Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
Fleetwood Mac Drummer Mick Fleetwood Sells Recorded Music Rights
Dollar amount is currently unknown for deal, which follows publishing sales from Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
Hear Rick Springfield Front New Version of Badfinger Song
Revamped "Love Is Gonna Come at Last" precedes new Badfinger LP also featuring guest spots from Todd Rundgren and Rick Wakeman.
Watch ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons Reunite With Rhinestone Suit
Guitarist inspects garments, which he accidentally left on a 1974 flight, during recent 'Pawn Stars' episode.
Rush Album Art: The Stories Behind All 19 LP Covers
Decrepit puppet kings, fireball jugglers, dalmatians next to fire hydrants — the band wasn't afraid to experiment with its sleeves.
AC/DC’s Angus Young Hasn’t Written Music With Axl Rose
"Nothing really came out solid," guitarist said of potential collaboration with Guns N' Roses singer.
Why Rush Went ‘Minimal’ for Cover of Final LP, ‘Clockwork Angels’
Art director Hugh Syme considers the prog-rock band's 2012 LP its "opus," particularly for Neil Peart.
Rush’s ‘Roll the Bones': How Theme of ‘Chance’ Inspired Cover
Art director Hugh Syme explains how he expanded on the lyrics for the cover of 1991 LP.
Rush Open Up About Neil Peart’s Cancer Battle
Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson recall their emotional journey following drummer's brain cancer diagnosis.
Why Rush’s ‘The Garden’ Feels Like Neil Peart’s Symbolic Goodbye
One year after the drummer and lyricist's death from brain cancer, the 'Clockwork Angels' song offers a prescient sense of finality, both for the band and himself.
Neil Peart Dies: One Year Later
A look back at 12 months of Rush-related activity following the drummer's death.