Norman Greenbaum's 1969 hit "Spirit in the Sky" is, along with Nena's "99 Luftballons" and Lipps, Inc.'s "Funkytown," one of the definitive one-hit wonders of the rock era.
The History Of
The news that Van Halen will perform over two nights on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live caps an interesting history of late-night television appearances by the group and its members.
John Lennon was engaged in a five-year fight with the U.S. government due to his political activism.
Richard Ramirez, a transient based in Los Angeles, spent a terrifying portion of 1984 and 1985 slipping into windows and through unlocked doors in California, committing a string of unspeakable crimes under cover of darkness.
We spoke with Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, Michael Cartellone. Ron Nevison and John Kalodner about the short-lived supergroup.
Bob Dylan released the groundbreaking "Subterranean Homesick Blues" on March 8, 1965.
Joe Cocker's recording career was in a bit of a lull in 1976, with his most recent release, Stingray, stalled at No. 70 on the U.S. chart.
Metallica will celebrate Record Store Day 2015 by releasing their widely circulated and legendary 1982 demo tape No Life ‘Til Leather on cassette.
Even the great ones get things wrong sometimes.
'Wonderful Christmastime' and 'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)' tend to get all the airplay, but the Beatles were releasing Christmas records before anyone in the U.S. knew who they were.