Arguably one of the greatest heavy metal bands of all time, Iron Maiden have built a career that stands loud and proud over the competition. With such a deep catalog to work with, there will always be t
Stevie Nicks first came to prominence when she teamed with Lindsey Buckingham, with whom she recorded the 1973 'Buckingham Nicks' album, which in turn led directly to the duo joining the ranks of Fleetwood Mac. Nicks kicked off her solo career with the release of 1981's 'Bella Donna,' an album remembered as much for its collaborations -- including 'Stop Draggin'
Think back to prog's 1970s heyday and you'll probably recall that British bands like Yes, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Genesis pretty much dominated the landscape, leaving little room for American bands. Nevertheless, a few managed to emerge, like the Topeka-based Kansas, whose blend of
Harry Nilsson was kicking around New York's pop scene, writing songs with Phil Spector and others, before 'Everybody's Talkin',' which he didn't write, became a Top 10 hit, thanks to its appearance in the Academy Award-winning movie 'Midnight Cowboy.' It was slow going, even after that 1969 brush with success. Bu
Some people will always consider Denny Laine the guy in Wings who wasn't Paul McCartney. But that ignores Laine's earlier contributions to the Moody Blues (like their first hit 'Go Now,' which he'd sing at Wings concerts), a bunch of good songs
The Band first gained attention as Bob Dylan's backing band during his whirlwind tour of Europe in 1966. They were known as the Hawks then. By the time Dylan joined them a year later in a ramshackle house in Woodstock, NY (w
We won't argue with you: The Rolling Stones made their best music in the '60s and '70s. In fact, after 1978's 'Some Girls,' they released only one more classic album, 1981's 'Tattoo You.' But that doesn't mean that the band's output over the past 35 y
Simon & Garfunkel rose to prominence in the mid-'60s as part of the folk-rock movement, but by the time the duo ended their run in 1970, they had created a body of work that touched on pop, rock, country, gospel and world music. Their clean productions and pristine vocal harmonies made their recor
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