Of all the low points Bob Dylan somehow steered into throughout his long career -- the early '70s, the late '70s, the early '80s, etc. -- none was as low as the one he reached by the mid- and late-'80s.
On Sept. 18, 1983, an unthinkable event in Kiss-story took place: the world's most famous masked band removed their makeup and revealed their true faces.
Frank Zappa once referred to 'Joe's Garage' as a "stupid little story about how the government is going to do away with music."
‘Shindig!,’ TV's first prime-time rock music show, premiered on ABC on Sept. 16, 1964.
Some of rock's biggest names banded together to protest the nuclear energy industry in September of 1979.
The celebrated Mark II lineup of Deep Purple had long refused to get back together simply to cash checks on a reunion tour.
Co-written by Pete Townshend, the movie adaptation of the Who's 'Quadrophenia' marked a definitive departure from the earlier 'Tommy.'
We know the video mania of the early '80s prompted many of our favorite rockers to make some ill-advised decisions, but the MTV era also produced some noteworthy triumphs.
Jethro Tull's 12th studio album concludes with 'Elegy,' a quiet instrumental of pastoral acoustic guitar and melancholy strings. The title is appropriate.
Fleetwood Mac released their ninth album in Sept. 1974.