How Bee Gees Wrote ‘Saturday Night Fever’ in a Week
They knew almost nothing about the movie when work began.
40 Years Ago: Hall and Oates Hit No. 1 With ‘Maneater’
Duo's biggest hit of their entire career is actually about much more than a wild woman.
James Hetfield’s Childhood: Metallica Star’s First 72 Seasons
A religious upbringing, alienated school life and the loss of his mother all played a role in the future frontman's formative years.
When ‘Conspiracy Theory Rock’ Was Banned From ‘SNL’
Biting satirical piece aired in 1998 - but never again.
Why David Crosby Says He Won’t Play Guitar on Stage Anymore
"I could probably get away with it," he tells UCR, "but it's not good enough for me."
Why Led Zeppelin Auditioned New Singers After Their O2 Reunion
Robert Plant nixed a full-scale tour, but Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham wanted more.
What Peter Frampton Should Have Done After ‘Frampton Comes Alive!’
He now knows how he could have got out of feeling “constipated” by success.
How the Beatles Inspired New ‘Satanic Panic’ Conspiracy Theories
Their infamous "butcher" cover has something to do with it.