All four members of HSAS joined us to talk about this one-and-done supergroup, and the impact it had.
There weren't many female voices on rock radio in the early '80s -- the short list of mainstream rock stars who happened to be women was pretty much limited to Joan Jett, Heart, Pat Benatar, and Deborah Harry of Blondie.
Jon Anderson parted ways with Yes in 2008, when health concerns kept him from committing to a tour.
By all rights, the mid-'70s should have been an easy time for Harry Nilsson.
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.
Woodstock made a complicated journey toward its status a generation-defining event.
Led Zeppelin emerged from a troubled period to produce 'In Through the Out Door,' one final charttopping studio effort.
How Starship traded in the Summer of Love ideals espoused by their original incarnation, Jefferson Airplane, for a handful of Top 40 hits.
"I never felt the same about Gene after that," Ace Frehley said of the movie. "He had reached an all-time low with me, and this particular snub contributed greatly to my second departure from Kiss."
We spoke with the former Santana and Journey keyboardist/singer on the 45th anniversary of Santana's breakout performance at Woodstock.