Like many British rockers of his generation, Ray Davies has a big crush on America.
Most Kinks fans have heard the story of how Ray Davies invented the Kinks' groundbreaking 'You Really Got Me' guitar sound by stabbing an amplifier with a knitting needle.
Ray and Dave Davies of the Kinks recorded a few demos together.
In the late ’70s, the Kinks had returned from the dead.
Video killed the radio star. Just ask Ray Davies, who's certain he'd never stand a chance if he were starting out with the Kinks in today's image-driven music marketplace.
The Kinks' hoped-for 50th anniversary reunion seems to have hit a snag.
The Kinks' Ray Davies was not easily deterred.
The Kinks' earliest career-making songs will be collected on an upcoming box set titled 'The Anthology 1964-1971.'
Earlier this week, it was reported that the long-rumored Kinks reunion may be happening without Dave Davies.
The Kinks haven't released an album of new material since 'Phobia' in 1993, but if fans were expecting all that time off to smooth the famously fractious relationship between co-founding brothers Dave and Ray Davies, they can think again.