When Tom Petty decided he wanted to encapsulate what he and the Heartbreakers could do in concert, he went all the way.
Mott the Hoople combined the Rolling Stones and Dylan on their first album, which was released in November 1969.
In the late ’70s, the Kinks had returned from the dead.
Almost a year after U2 released 'How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb' on Nov. 22, 2004, Bono reflected on the quality of the record in the pages of Rolling Stone magazine.
By the late ’70s, most of the rockers who had established themselves in the ’60s were trying to assess their places in popular music.
When you mix classic rock and songs about war, you expect plenty of songs about Vietnam. How could you not?
The Who have toured so much in the past 15 years that it’s amusing to think of the rock titans staging a “Farewell Tour” way back in 1982.
Before he'd scored his first true hit, David Bowie had been kicking around the London music scene for five years.
The Toxic Twins had gotten clean. The song doctors had been summoned. The sound had been slickened.
The Kinks' Ray Davies was not easily deterred.