A History of ‘Next Led Zeppelin’ Bands
There's only one Led Zeppelin, but that hasn't stopped fans from crowning these groups the new kings.
Neil Young to Release ‘Songs for Judy’ Live Acoustic Album
LP, curated by Cameron Crowe and Joel Bernstein, features performances from singer-songwriter's 1976 tour.
Dave Grohl Says Foo Fighters Are ‘Ready to Take a Break’
Frontman can envision band's next record, but doesn't know when process will begin.
Judas Priest Reportedly Fared ‘Horrendously’ in Rock Hall Committee Vote
Even though it did well in the fan vote, the band reportedly didn't have many supporters in the nomination committee.
Glenn Hughes Is Glad Social Media Wasn’t Around in the Old Days
The bassist and singer says "It would have been crazy."
Glenn Hughes Watched Deep Purple on YouTube to Prep for His New Tour
Bassist and singer's enthusiasm for his old band never waned.
The Ongoing Legacy of Toto’s ‘Africa’
Ever since the release of Toto's "Africa" in 1982, the song has gone on to a life of its own in cover versions, hip-hop samples and viral videos.
25 Years Ago: Cranberries Emerge With Debut LP, ‘Everybody Else Is Doing It, Do Why Can’t …
A new Irish act emerged from the blue-collar town of Limerick in the '90s.
The Long, Enduring History of ‘All Along the Watchtower’
A look at the many incarnations of one of rock's most famous songs; from Bob Dylan's original and Jimi Hendrix's classic to beyond.