Dave Davies Is Still Open to New Music With His Brother Ray
Kinks fans have been waiting for years to see whether long-feuding co-founders Dave and Ray Davies can get back in the studio.
Ray Davies Says a Kinks Reunion Will Take a Miracle
Newly knighted Kinks frontman Ray Davies said he’s writing music in the style of the band, but he believes the long-speculated reunion with brother Dave will take place only if a “miracle” occurs.
That Time the Kinks Embraced Country on ‘Muswell Hillbillies’
The Kinks had a rocky romance with the U.S. After the band’s initial burst of fame in the mid-’60s, it was banned from touring in the States for four years, due to “rowdy” performances. In the ensuing years, the group’s…
Dean Ween on ‘Dickey Betts,’ a Kinks Reunion and Creating ‘Original Classic Rock': Exclusi…
Dean Ween talks about paying tribute to Dickey Betts, why the Kinks should get back together, and what he'd do if a bandmate slept with his wife.
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.