Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
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How Eagles Ended Up on ESPN: ‘They Went Crazy, We Went Crazy’
Since their fans are "a little old-school," the band originally made a traditional deal with Rhino.
Fleetwood Mac Dig Up 1974 Audio, Unreleased Track for New Box Set
Eight-CD collection will feature gig promoting 'Heroes Are Hard to Find,' along with unreleased tune "Good Things (Come to Those Who Wait)."
Remembering Four Iconic World Trade Center Stunts
A look back at the most famous Twin Towers feats, from wire walkers to parachuters.
Mick Jagger Says Next Rolling Stones Album ‘Sounds Pretty Good’
"We recorded a bunch of tracks at the same time we did ['Living in a Ghost Town']," singer says. "Actually I’ve been finishing off the vocals and some other instruments on them."
Why David Byrne Walked Out on Talking Heads’ Final Concert
Drummer Chris Frantz claims he had to drag frontman back onstage after he walked off during 1984 show in New Zealand.
Hear Chris Cornell’s Unearthed Cover of Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Patience’
Track, recorded in 2016, marks what would have been Soundgarden singer's 56th birthday.
Eddie Van Halen-Owned Ferrari Up for Auction
Vehicle expected to bring between $150,000 and $200,000 at July sale.
Why Def Leppard Would Rather Write Like T. Rex Than Bob Dylan
"I'd much rather write 'Hubcap diamond star halo' than 'The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind.'"
Kiss and Mick Jagger Keyboardist Phil Ashley Dies at 65
Musician was close friends with Paul Stanley, playing on several of his projects.
Styx’s Todd Sucherman on Gifting ‘Super Fans’ Front Row Seats
"They would explode into high fives, jumping up and down and hugging each other in celebration and in total disbelief," says drummer of pre-show ritual.
The Beatles Are Rock’s Only Million-Selling Act So Far This Year
Queen, Imagine Dragons, Fleetwood Mac and Metallica round out Nielsen's top five from 2020's first half.