Kinks’ Early Albums Collected in New Vinyl Mono Box
A highlight of this upcoming set, simply dubbed 'The Mono Collection,' is the previously out-of-print U.S. mono mix of Live at Kelvin Hall.
35 Years Ago: The Kinks Enter the ’80s With ‘Give the People What They Want’
The Kinks released 'Give the People What They Want' in August 1981.
Dave Davies Again Sets the Record Straight on the ‘You Really Got Me’ Guitar Tone
Dave Davies took exception to an article that claimed a fight with his brother led to the distorted guitar tone on the Kinks' first hit.
The Story of the Kinks’ Rush-Released Second Album, ‘Kinda Kinks’
It's important to remember that things moved a whole lot faster in the music biz back in the '60s.
Top 10 Dave Davies Kinks Riffs
We're not going to lie to you. Most of the awesomely tight power-chord riffs that Dave Davies played for the Kinks sounded pretty much the same. When you get right down to it, Davies -- the younger brother of the band's singer and songwriter Ray Davies -- probably wrote three and a half ri…
Revisiting That Time Ray Davies Was Shot in New Orleans
Like many British rockers of his generation, Ray Davies has a big crush on America.
Kinks’ Dave and Ray Davies Perform Together For First Time in Nearly 20 Years
It wasn't a Kinks reunion, but it was close.
How the Kinks Took Big Steps With ‘The Kink Kontroversy’
The Kinks' third album saw Ray Davies taking more chances as a songwriter.