Stevie Ray Vaughan’s well-deserved induction as part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015 gives us a chance to celebrate one of the most dearly missed guitarists of all time.
The biggest story of 1994 was the shocking suicide of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, and it’s fair to say his ultimate rejection of the rock star dream left fans stunned and confused.
The heavy metal community is no stranger to occasionally tragic incidents, be they accidental overdoses, tour bus crashes or in-concert audience mishaps.
Ozzy Osbourne is nearly killed when an ATV flips over onto him.
We chronicle the various lineups Judas Priest has had in their history.
Ritchie Blackmore left the band shortly after the November 1974 release of 'Stormbringer.'
Short of references to eye color, perhaps no other body part has had as much classic rock prose committed to it as the leg – proof positive that more rockers’ minds live in the proverbial basement than in the penthouse, so to speak.
'S&M,' Metallica’s daring encounter with a symphony orchestra, was released 15 years ago without the slightest hint of irony about the potential pain and pleasure it might impart upon the band’s fan base.
As 1999 (and an entire millennium, for that matter) raced down its final stretch, Geffen Records unveiled the first official Guns N’ Roses release in six years with the two-CD ‘Live Era ’87-’93.’
Pearl Jam's third album, 'Vitalogy,' was released Nov. 22, 1994.