The summer of 1967 was all about exploring brave new sounds.
Paul McCartney said he tried to write a song about the recent Ferguson and New York City protests but scrapped it when he felt it wasn't going anywhere.
John Fry, the founder of Memphis' Ardent Studios, has died at the age of 69.
As the '70s turned into the '80s, a funny thing was happening: Rock music couldn't be as easily categorized as it once was.
Newly minted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Joan Jett and her Blackhearts will open for the Who's 50th anniversary tour when it hits North America next year.
Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell and former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan will join a reunited Mad Season for one live performance next month.
Why should baseball fans be the only ones to get a special Metallica Night?
The best music of 1974 didn't hurl itself at you like it did in previous years.
The burst of creativity that came during the late '60s has been unmatched in rock history.
On 'South Park''s season finale this week, Kurt Cobain showed up as a hologram.