‘Shindig!,’ TV's first prime-time rock music show, premiered on ABC on Sept. 16, 1964.
On the afternoon that we spoke with Mick Jones, he was phoning us from a somewhat unusual location -- a table at Starbucks where he stopped in with his assistant in the midst of a busy day of appointments.
Bachman-Turner Overdrive had been on a very respectable run, in the period leading up to the release of 'Not Fragile.'
He’s one of the most identifiable characters in rock 'n' roll, and when you hear that Slash is putting out an album called 'World on Fire,' instincts tell you that the music contained within it is very likely to match the intensity conveyed by the title.
We spoke with Great White keyboardist Michael Lardie about the current state of Great White and his tenure in Night Ranger.
All four members of HSAS joined us to talk about this one-and-done supergroup, and the impact it had.
Jon Anderson parted ways with Yes in 2008, when health concerns kept him from committing to a tour.
The L.A. Kiss arena football team, co-owned by Kiss founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, didn't have a banner debut season, finishing at 3-15.
We spoke with the former Santana and Journey keyboardist/singer on the 45th anniversary of Santana's breakout performance at Woodstock.
Roger Glover talks about Deep Purple's 'Now What?!,' the band's plans for a new album and a series of rare upcoming U.S. dates.