When Brendan O’Brien first heard Kansas' ‘Song for America,’ he was stunned.
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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.
The four guys who made up the original 'Kiss Krew' share their stories about working for the band during its rise to fame in their new book, 'Out on the Streets.'
Motley Crue's Mick Mars talks about how much the internet has changed the music industry.
Even though it wasn’t his first time singing lead, Journey drummer Deen Castronovo admits that the idea of doing a whole album where he would be the featured vocalist was daunting.
Looking back on his impressive run with Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora is quick to acknowledge that it was a really satisfying experience.
On Jan. 27, Gov’t Mule will release ’Sco-Mule,’ a document of their 1999 concerts with jazz guitarist John Scofield.
Little River Band will perform on ‘The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon’ on Monday, Jan. 12, kicking off a year’s worth of activities celebrating the group’s 40th anniversary.
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.