Short of references to eye color, perhaps no other body part has had as much classic rock prose committed to it as the leg – proof positive that more rockers’ minds live in the proverbial basement than in the penthouse, so to speak
Billy Squier's early-'80s heyday may have come and gone -- unceremoniously halted, he says, by an instantly dated video for 'Rock Me Tonite' in 1984 -- but that doesn't mean he's not getting paid. In fact, Squier has become one of the most sampled artists in hip-hop, thanks to a series of thunderous rhythm tracks (courtesy of his late drummer Bobby Chouinard, whom
Ah, Thanksgiving: A time of family, football, and -- of course -- food. For most people, turkey and stuffing are the cornerstones of the annual feast, but figuring out what else to serve can get tricky, so we decided to consult songs from some of our favorite classic rockers for a little extra help
Pie songs are surprisingly easy to find on your local classic rock station, and what better time than Thanksgiving to run down some of our favorites odes to this popular dessert? (Plus, we gotta be honest, there were very few turkey songs out there
A significant year in rock history by any measure, 2003 marked the nominal dawn of the digital music age with the launch of the iTunes music store, while simultaneously yielding a rich crop of soon-to-be classic long playing albums, primed and ready to wage battle against the forces of individual downloads
Ringo was, and still is, one of rock and roll's most beloved figures. Despite being a bit of a fish out of water in the pool that housed the incredible talents of Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison, the Beatles wouldn't have been the Beatles without Ringo. Not only was he was one the most solid (and somewhat underrated) drummers of the era, but his charm and wit were always first-rate.