The history of the pub rock supergroup Ron Wood and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones formed in the late '70s.
On April 22, 1969, the Who performed 'Tommy' for the first time.
Soundgarden claimed their rightful place among rock's top bands with the release of the masterful 'Superunknown' in 1994.
Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention released 'Uncle Meat' on April 21, 1969.
Tom Fogerty's third post-Creedence solo album, 'Zephyr National,' was released in April 1974.
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.