Joe Walsh to Debut New Music at VetsAid 2021: Exclusive
Fifth annual benefit will be available virtually from Dec. 18-25.
When Bill Murray Mistakenly Announced ‘World War III’ on ‘SNL’
40 years ago, the comedian earnestly announced that USSR had invaded Poland. Except it didn't happen.
How Michael Nesmith’s Rejected Monkees Song Hit for Linda Ronstadt
Ronstadt's Stone Poneys scored a Top 20 hit with Nesmith's "Different Drum."
Deep Purple Talk Covers LP, Why a ‘Long Goodbye’ Was Premature
"It was really a chance for the guys to stretch out a bit after all those months locked up," singer Ian Gillan says of 'Turning to Crime.'
Why Def Leppard Released ‘Bringin’ on the Heartbreak’ Twice
Single came out in November of 1981 before getting a second release in January of 1982.
Motley Crue Greatest Hits Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Eight compilations since the '90s. Which is best?
40 Years Ago: Bob Seger Takes a Victory Lap With ‘Nine Tonight’
Second live album spawned a Top 5 single.
The Who’s ‘Who’s Next': A Track-by-Track Guide
The nine-song LP broke new ground for the band and left its mark in rock history.
King Crimson Touring the U.S. for the ‘Last Time’
Band wanted to avoid the "tacky device" of calling it a farewell tour.
40 Years Ago: How Van Halen’s ‘Unchained’ Used Two Secret Weapons
It may seem like one of the band's more straightforward songs, but the details make all the difference.
Journey’s ‘Escape’ at 40: Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain Look Back
Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain look back on the creation of Journey's 1981 commercial breakthrough.
Paul Stanley Says ‘Kisstory’ Captures the ‘Human Side’ of Kiss: Exclusive Interview
He notes "chemistry and camaraderie" with Gene Simmons takes center stage in new band documentary.