How Jonathan Cain Helped John Waite Take Center Stage in the Babys: Exclusive Interview
The Journey keyboardist talks about another popular band he did time in and how he helped make the singer a huge star in an exclusive interview.
Jonathan Cain’s Journey to Stardom Began With Unlikely Instrument
Turns out the Journey keyboardist once considered a very different career path, as he tells us in an exclusive interview.
Jonathan Cain on Meeting Journey: ‘They Had It Down': Exclusive Interview
The songwriting keyboardist talks about the conversation that sparked his new book and what the future holds for Journey.
32 Years Ago: Stray Cats Release ‘Rant N’ Rave With the Stray Cats’
In August 1983, the Stray Cats released 'Rant N' Rave With the Stray Cats.'
Top 10 Seals and Crofts Songs
Jim Seals and Dash Crofts may be best known for the work they've released under their last names, but the duo first played together in such bands as Dean Beard and the Crew Cuts, the Champs (but not until after 'Tequila' was a hit), Glen Campbell and the GCs (yes, that Glen Campbell) …
Top 10 Stevie Nicks Songs
Stevie Nicks first came to prominence when she teamed with Lindsey Buckingham, with whom she recorded the 1973 Buckingham Nicks album.
Paul McCartney Re-Teams with Youth for Bloody Beetroots Song
Paul McCartney and producer / Killing Joke bassist Youth, occasional musical collaborators under the guise of The Fireman, have joined forces again to contribute to the new single by the Bloody Beetroots, the nom de guerre of Italian musician Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo.
Nikki Sixx Enjoys Summer ‘Vacation’ As Motley Crue Make Fall Plans
Motley Crue have added two new tour dates to their upcoming upcoming residency at Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
45 Years Ago: the Rolling Stones Record ‘Sympathy for the Devil’
45 years ago this week, the Rolling Stones recorded one of their most enduring songs, 'Sympathy for the Devil.'
‘Grown Ups 2′ Trailer: What are the Songs?
In the new trailer for 'Grown Ups 2,' a sequel to the 2010 buddy flick starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, and David Spade, the first sound you hear is the immortal opening riff of 'China Grove' from the Doobie Brothers' 1973 album, 'The Capta…