We know the video mania of the early '80s prompted many of our favorite rockers to make some ill-advised decisions, but the MTV era also produced some noteworthy triumphs.
Ace Frehley explains how a studio mistake made his cover of the Steve Miller Band's 'The Joker' unique.
We're still weeks away from the Sept. 26 release of the live film and CD 'Celebrating Jon Lord at the Royal Albert Hall,' but you can catch an early glimpse of the concert's contents right now.
The only professionally filmed concert in the complicated history of beloved cult band Big Star will make its way to DVD, CD and vinyl this fall.
Cosimo Matassa, the studio owner and engineer whose Cosimo Recording Studio played host to some of the most important recordings of the early rock era, has passed away at the age of 88.
Aerosmith nearly fell apart in the late '70s and early '80s, with guitarists Joe Perry and Brad Whitford both leaving the lineup prior to 1982's disappointing 'Rock in a Hard Place' album.
David Crosby knows a thing or two about making big mistakes in full view of the public, and he's learned to be perfectly blunt about blunders -- both his own and those committed by people close to him.
Gene Simmons is no stranger to controversy, and his recent pronouncement that rock is dead has provoked a typically passionate response -- including rebuttals from some of his peers.
Brian Wilson has lived enough life for several people, so perhaps it's only fitting that in 'Love & Mercy,' director Bill Pohlad's biopic about the Beach Boys founder, Wilson's portrayed by two actors: Paul Dano and John Cusack.
Judas Priest's new 'Redeemer of Souls' album has been greeted with strong reviews and healthy sales -- but at one point, guitarist Glenn Tipton couldn't see the band recording ever again.