Self-described "Stevie Ray Vaughan wannabe" John Mayer inducted the late guitar hero into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during the organization's annual ceremony tonight in Cleveland.
The Moody Blues had already pulled off a successful second act when the '80s heralded a third.
Progressive rock fans who are into Steve Hackett and vampires are going to love the former Genesis guitarist's new video for “Love Song to a Vampire.”
Bad Company recently announced plans to release reissues of their first two albums, 1974's Bad Company and the following year's Straight Shooter.
If you believe in the afterlife, then you might have interest in Dead Men Walking, a new group featuring singer Mike Peters of the Alarm, Captain Sensible of the Damned on bass, drummer Slim Jim Phantom of the Stray Cats and guitarist Chris Cheney of Australian rockers The Living End.
Bernie Marsden's years in Whitesnake will always be a big part of his calling card as a songwriter and guitarist.
Wayne Nelson talks about keeping Little River Band going after all these years and the album they made with Beatles producer George Martin.
Former Night Ranger guitarist Jeff Watson talks to us about his new songs and releasing the lost fourth Mother's Army demos.
Former Bachman-Turner Overdrive mastermind Randy Bachman will release his latest solo album, Heavy Blues, on April 15.