Robert Plant Moves Forward With the Past: Concert Review
The singer played the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail, Colo. We were there.
Ernie Isley Recalls Santana Project, Jimi Hendrix Friendship
Ernie Isley has stories to tell.
Why Led Zeppelin’s Post-‘Live Aid’ Reunion Attempt Didn’t Fly
A Led Zeppelin reunion inspired by what some thought was a poor showing at Live Aid failed to reunite the band for good.
10 Years Ago: ‘U2 3D’ Doesn’t Rattle, but It’s a Great Encore
With the first drum thump and guitar crunch of U2's “Out of Control,” it was clear the Irish quartet wasn’t going to spend its career banging around Dublin bars.
10 Years Ago: ‘Rock Band’ Changes the Music Video Game Industry
Released in December 2007, 'Rock Band' built on 'Guitar Hero''s success by adding more instruments and new songs every week.
10 Years Ago: Eagles Return to Studio on ‘Long Road Out of Eden’
On Oct. 30, 2007, Eagles fans got an early Halloween treat: the band’s first new studio album in almost three decades.
Peter Wolf Looks Back on Tom Petty, Ahead to Possible HOF Entry
Peter Wolf has been spending a lot of time lately looking both forward and backward.
Pete Townshend Says He Was the Who’s ‘Timekeeper': Exclusive Interview
Pete Townshend is currently on the road for the Classic Quadrophenia tour.
Alice Cooper Says He Writes About ‘Characters People Can Relate To': Exclusive Interview
Alice Cooper is a nice guy. Yes, his lyrics say something different. But, honestly, the godfather of shock rock is as friendly as they come.
How John Mellencamp Made His Most Focused Statement on ‘The Lonesome Jubilee’
Mellencamp's growing connection to the national consciousness turned his eye from personal to public pain as he penned songs for 'Scarecrow''s follow-up, 'The Lonesome Jubilee.'