The blues and rock and roll are full of sexual innuendo -- in fact, "rock and roll" is a sexual euphemism in and of itself. Led Zeppelin were certainly no strangers to the topic, both in their hedonistic road exploits and their lyrics, and 'Custard Pie,' No. 40 on our countdown of the Top 50 Led Zeppelin Songs, is a prime example.
Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung brought his solo show titled 'The Music of Styx' to Nashville's historic War Memorial Auditorium on Friday night (June 28). The show is billed as a Styx greatest hits show, and that's exactly what DeYoung delivered, turning back the clock for two hours of pure Stygian magic.
Simon & Garfunkel rose to prominence in the mid-'60s as part of the folk-rock movement, but by the time the duo ended their run in 1970, they had created a body of work that touched on pop, rock, country, gospel and world music. Their clean productions and pristine vocal harmonies made their recor
Kiss are getting to be the elder statesmen of shock rock, currently celebrating 40 years since their formation and still going strong. In a new interview Gene Simmons says he's not ready to hang up his face paint and dragon boots just yet, revealing that he thinks the band could possibly last another decade.
The Rolling Stones are among the most exhaustively chronicled bands in the world, so it must have been difficult for director Brett Morgen to find a new angle from which to approach his subject. He found it with 'Crossfire Hurricane,' which tells the story of the Stones' rise from obscurity in the blues clubs of London into the touring megalith that they became by the end of the '70s.
The boys in Bon Jovi sure are keeping busy this year. Fresh from a string of European concerts, the Jersey-based rockers have announced a run of North American tour dates this fall. These dates will comprise the second leg of the North American shows that began in February and ran through April before the group headed overseas.