Dave Davies Says He Isn’t Holding Up a Kinks Reunion
Ray Davies says a Kinks reunion can't happen until his brother Dave settles a feud with drummer Mick Avory. Dave Davies disagrees.
That Time Ray Davies Flew Across the Atlantic to Re-Record Two Words in ‘Lola’
Ray Davies of the Kinks racked up an absurd number of frequent-flyer miles just to alter two lines in the band's 1970 hit single, "Lola."
The Day Dave Davies Was Knocked Out by a Bandmate During a Kinks Show
Kinks drummer Mick Avory flattened guitarist Dave Davies in mid-concert in May 1965.
Kinks’ Upcoming Biopic ‘You Really Got Me’ Sets Director and Stars
Julien Temple, who directed the Sex Pistols mockumentary 'The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle,' will helm a biopic focused on the Kinks.
The Story of the Kinks’ Return to Rock ‘n’ Roll on ‘Misfits’
The Kinks released 'Misfits' in May 1978.
Revisiting Another of the Kinks’ Theatrical Concept Albums, ‘Soap Opera’
The Kinks released an album that went with a made-for-TV play on May 16, 1975.
Dave Davies Hoping for a Kinks Reunion ‘Before We Die’
At various points in 2013 and 2014, Ray and Dave Davies both expressed a hope that they'd find a way to get the Kinks back together in time for the band's 50th anniversary.
Dave Davies Accuses Brother Ray of ‘Lying’ About the Kinks’ ‘You Really Got Me’ Guitar Sou…
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 Working on New Songs
Ray and Dave Davies of the Kinks recorded a few demos together.
Why the Kinks’ Resurgence Ended With ‘Word of Mouth’
In the late ’70s, the Kinks had returned from the dead.