Ron Wood's third solo album, 'Gimme Some Neck,' was released on April 20, 1979.
Did Robert Plant once serve as Dee Snider's opening act? It sounds crazy, but it actually happened.
Joe Jackson's 1989 album 'Blaze of Glory' found the singer merging his many recent genre-hopping experiments into a cohesive whole.
When Long Island, New York’s Blue Oyster Cult released ‘Secret Treaties,’ on March 15, 1974, their future standing as bona-fide hard rock legends was anything but guaranteed.
Styx were on top of the world during the early '80s, with a string of multi-platinum albums and a growing collection of hit singles to their credit -- but it was all about to come to a screeching halt.
British heavy metal pioneers Saxon unleashed their sixth studio album on April 16, 1984.
On April 16, 1974, Queen played their first show in America, opening for Mott the Hoople in Denver, Colorado.
Subtlety was not part of the MC5's mode of operation, and in April of 1969 their behavior cost them a record deal.
Lynyrd Skynyrd's breakthrough second album, 'Second Helping,' was released on April 15, 1974.
Thin Lizzy released 'Black Rose: A Rock Legend’' on April 13, 1979.