Geddy Lee Slams ‘Bad’ Decision to Axe Baseball Radio Broadcasts
The ardent Blue Jays fan is upset that his team has done away with their dedicated radio broadcast.
How Rush Paved the Way for Bob and Doug McKenzie’s Hit Comedy LP
Anthem Records, a coincidental acquaintance and a Geddy Lee cameo helped bring the comedy duo a wider audience.
40 Years Ago: ‘That’s Incredible!’ Airs Insane Pre-‘Jackass’ TV Stunts
Eighties show presented real people doing weird, wonderful and occasionally stupid things for thrills and laughs.
How Queen’s ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ Came Together
Written quickly and inspired by Elvis Presley, the song became the band's first U.S. No. 1.
Blizzard of Duets: 24 Times Ozzy Osbourne Sang With Somebody Else
Slash, Wu-Tang Clan and Miss Piggy are among the many artists the Prince of Darkness has worked with.
How ZZ Top Survived the ’80s
After having established a dedicated following with a five-album run that kicked off with their 1971 debut, ZZ Top entered the '80s with no idea that their fortunes would turn in a big way.
Extreme Schedule Release of ‘Pornograffiti Live 25′
To help commemorate last year's 25th anniversary of Extreme's Grammy-nominated second album, Pornograffitti, the Boston band will release the Pornograffiti Live 25.
When AC/DC Made a Stephen King Soundtrack
This marked a reunion with producers George Young and Harry Vanda, who oversaw the band's 1975-78 output.
Summer 2016’s 30 Biggest Rock Tours
The summer 2016 concert season promises to bring some of rock's biggest acts to your hometown.
Stephen Stills’ Band the Rides Announce Tour
In advance of the release of their second album, Pierced Arrow, on May 6, the Rides -- an all-star band consisting of Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Barry Goldberg -- have announced a tour.
Scorpions Reissuing ‘Return to Forever’ With Bonus Material
German rockers Scorpions have announced an upcoming reissue of their 2015 album Return to Forever on April 22.
Revisiting Rock ‘n’ Roll’s First Concert
The Moondog Coronation Ball was held on March 21, 1952 in Cleveland.