You'd think Randy Newman would have been jumping for joy after scoring the first hit of his career with the No. 2 single 'Short People.'
On May 4, 1989, Stevie Ray Vaughan kicked off a tour that ended up comprising three legs, 147 shows and 18 months.
Being a member of one of the biggest rock bands in the world comes with many privileges: fame, fortune, women, etc.
Classic rockers dominated the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards.
When Tesla released its fourth studio album ‘Bust a Nut’ on Aug. 23, 1994, they were fighting for their very survival.
When Trent Reznor curated the soundtrack to the Oliver Stone serial-killers-on-the-rampage movie 'Natural Born Killers' 20 years ago, he was still 17 years away from becoming an Oscar-winning composer.
Neil Young's controversial clip for 'This Note's for You' won Video of the Year at the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards.
The 1989 MTV Video Music Awards took a violent turn when Motley Crue's Vince Neil introduced his fist to Guns N' Roses guitarist Izzy Stradlin’s face.
Though it might have come as a surprise to anyone who purchased it on Aug. 22, 1984, 'The Blitz' was actually Krokus' eighth studio effort.
As with so many of their earlier photo shoots, the Beatles' final session tells you everything about where the band was in its evolution.