For years, the so-called 'Blue Tapes' have been among the most sought-after items for King Crimson fans, coveted as much for the musical clarity on display during these 1973-74 concerts as for their scarcity.
There was a personal connection when Kiss played a rare acoustic and no-makeup concert on Monday in support of a military museum in Oregon.
Mark Knopfler is set to follow up his moody, seafaring-focused 2012 album 'Privateering' with a ninth solo project titled 'Tracker.'
The next time you're in your local record store and you see a guy who looks like Nikki Sixx filing the Bon Jovi albums under "EZ Listening," you might want to ask him for his autograph.
Our October 2014 New Music Releases countdown features new and archival releases from classic rock legends including Led Zeppelin, Bob Seger and Stevie Nicks.
Steve Winwood has been opening for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on their current tour in support of their new 'Hypnotic Eye' album.
Like just about any TV series that made heavy use of original music during its run, 'WKRP in Cincinnati' has faced a thorny thicket of licensing problems in the home video era, and for the show's previous rights holders, it was simply too expensive to put those episodes on DVD with their soundtrack intact.
Most Led Zeppelin fans probably weren't expecting Robert Plant to spend a ton of time listening to the current round of deluxe reissues that his former bandmate Jimmy Page has curated from the band's vaults, but he dispelled any doubts during a recent chat with Billboard.
Extreme vocalist Gary Cherone is back with his band Hurtsmile, and Ultimate Classic Rock is pleased to present the exclusive premiere of ‘Rock N’ Roll Cliche,’ the first single from the band’s upcoming album ‘Retrogrenade,’ which will be released on Oct. 7 on Cherone’s own label, Slipkid Records.
‘Shindig!,’ TV's first prime-time rock music show, premiered on ABC on Sept. 16, 1964.