Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
That Time Chris Farley Interviewed Paul McCartney on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Paul McCartney performed three songs during the episode, including the Beatles' "Hey Jude," but not before making a stop on 'The Chris Farley Show.'
Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks: A History of Their Friendship and Musical Collaborations
A look back at the musical collaborations between long-time pals Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks.
35 Years Ago: ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ Revolutionizes Teen Movies With Tasty Waves a…
Cameron Crowe's first movie got all of the details of high-school life right, especially the music the students were listening to.
Cheap Trick Reportedly Releasing a Christmas Album
Cheap Trick are reportedly releasing a Christmas album later this year.
Heart’s Nancy Wilson Explains the ‘Beautiful Collusion’ of Roadcase Royale: Exclusive Inte…
Roadcase Royale are a powerful new band featuring Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson and singer Liv Warfield, a New Power Generation member who was mentored by Prince.
Heart’s Nancy Wilson Remembers Chris Cornell: Exclusive Interview
Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson have long been intertwined with the Pacific Northwest music scene.
30 Years Ago: MTV’s Headbangers Ball Premieres With Motorhead Mirth
On April 18, 1987, Headbangers Ball premiered on MTV.
11 Rain-Soaked Classic Rock Music Videos
It's rather incredible that classic rock artists escaped the '70s, '80s and '90s without being electrocuted.
Why Steve Perry Is the San Francisco Giants’ Bill Murray
One surefire way to lure the singer to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction might be to promise him tickets to a baseball game.
30 Years Ago: The Beatles’ First CDs Arrive in Stores
A year-long campaign to issue the Beatles' records on compact disc began when their first four British albums were re-released on Feb. 26, 1987.
2016 Gift Guide: 18 Festive Holiday-Themed Classic Rock Items
Need to find something for the classic rock fan in your life? Our gift guide can help.
How Rush Survived the ’80s
Like many '70s bands, Rush adapted with changing musical trends and embraced synthesizers during the '80s.