The Who were one of rock's biggest bands of the '60s and '70s, releasing a series of classic albums that remain among the very best of their era.
All things considered, keeping tabs on ZZ Top is pretty simple -- their lineup hasn't changed in decades, and neither has their distinctive brand of Texas boogie rock.
Rock stars are a lot like people in the real world.
What's it like being behind the boards for one of the biggest rock bands on the planet? We went straight to AC/DC producer Brendan O'Brien to find out.
At this point, it's difficult to think of Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian as anything other than a woolly-bearded merchant of metal, but once upon a time, he was just another Elton John-loving '70s kid -- and then Kiss came along.
Even as we celebrate another class of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, it's difficult not to cast a frustrated glance over to the ones left behind.
Anthrax's Scott Ian understands why Gene Simmons said rock is dead -- but not, in a larger sense, with the premise.
After 40 years in the spotlight, you'd think there's nothing left to know about Rush.
Every self-respecting Bon Jovi fan knows all about steel horses and the story of Tommy and Gina, but the history of New Jersey's most impressively coiffed rockers contains a lot more than that.
Membership in the so-called '27 Club,' made up of music stars who tragically died at that age, continues to grow -- making it difficult to keep up with this historical oddity.