Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
Heart’s Nancy Wilson Remembers Chris Cornell: Exclusive Interview
Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson have long been intertwined with the Pacific Northwest music scene.
The Day the Beatles’ First CDs Arrived in Stores
They were released in mono, in keeping with the direction of the original pressings and studio approach.
How Rush Survived the ’80s
Like many '70s bands, Rush adapted with changing musical trends and embraced synthesizers during the '80s.
The Story Behind the Cover of Metallica’s Black Album
Here's why Metallica scrapped the devil horns-worthy artwork (and titles) of previous albums for something far more streamlined.
Peter Gabriel and Sting Kick Off U.S. Tour With Exuberant, Inspired Collaborations: Concert Review
Peter Gabriel and Sting last toured together in 1986 and 1988 as part of a string of Amnesty International benefit concerts.
Watch Styx’s Tommy Shaw Sing Queen, Perform First Solo Orchestra Show
Shaw performed a concert with the Cleveland Youth Orchestra and sat in with a "newgrass" trio on a cover of "Fat Bottomed Girls."
Remember When Keith Richards Fell Out of a Tree?
He's had many brushes with death, but this was one of the scariest – and, at first anyway, most mysterious.
11 Classic Rock Valentine’s Day Cards for Your Sweetheart
UCR's raucous sweet nothings are sure to nab you a valentine – or at least make cupid give you a solid once-over or two.
When Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx Was Declared Dead
This band has had nine lives, and their bassist might have used up at least half of them.
41 Years Ago: Neil Peart Plays His First Show With Rush
Neil Peart played his first concert as a member of Rush on Aug. 14, 1974.
30 Years Ago: Heart Release Their Self-Titled, Mainstream Breakthrough Album
By the time 1984 rolled around, Heart were at a serious career crossroads. Then they released their self-titled 1985 album.
How Nirvana Hinted at Future Greatness on ‘Bleach’
When Nirvana released their debut album 'Bleach' on June 15, 1989, few could have predicted that the Kurt Cobain-led group would eventually change the world.