How the Eagles Finally Pieced Together 'Heartache Tonight'
They topped the charts for a final time with this jigsaw puzzle of a song.
Kiss' Stage Manager to Share Backstage Stories at Benefit Stream
Longtime crew member will share tales to raise money for others like him affected by COVID-19 shutdown.
30 Years Ago: Bruce Hornsby Plays His First Grateful Dead Show
He may have seemed like an unlikely figure to find onstage, but it was practically a moment of destiny.
Why Dee Snider Had ‘Trepidation’ in Twisted Sister's Early Days
Rocker discusses his early career, the camaraderie of metal fans and his new live album in exclusive conversation with UCR.
How Nick Mason Brought Back a Lost Pink Floyd Song
Syd Barrett's "Vegetable Man" sat unfinished and unreleased for decades.
50 Years Ago: The Pinto Becomes Ford's 'Embarrassment'
The car's failure and Ford's poor response to serious safety concerns are the stuff of infamy.
Was Warrant’s ‘Cherry Pie’ Video as Sexist as It Seemed?
Notorious it may be, but the clip helped the band reach its height.
How the Metallica Movie ‘Some Kind of Monster’ Lucked Out
Lars Ulrich explains why 2004 film managed to connect with so many people.
45 Years Ago: How Kiss Finally Hit It Big on the 'Alive!' Tour
"It suddenly seemed like just a matter of time before things would explode."