Deep Purple Talk Covers LP, Why a ‘Long Goodbye’ Was Premature
"It was really a chance for the guys to stretch out a bit after all those months locked up," singer Ian Gillan says of 'Turning to Crime.'
Alan Parsons Teases Possible ‘Get Back’ Cameo, New Project Music
"I've been promised by [director] Peter Jackson that I will be seen in the movie," musician, who helped engineer 'Let It Be,' tells UCR.
When the Beatles Began to Fracture on ‘Hello, Goodbye’
Paul McCartney-penned song became band's 15th No. 1 hit in the U.S.
King Crimson, ‘Music Is Our Friend': Album Review
"Official bootleg" documents band's final North American live performance.
Deep Purple, ‘Turning to Crime': Album Review
Veteran band takes on classics by Bob Dylan, Cream and others on all-covers LP.
Brian Wilson, ‘At My Piano': Album Review
Beach Boys legend revisits his past, all by himself.
Paul Stanley Reflects on Success of Kiss’ ‘Do or Die’ ‘Destroyer’
"'Destroyer' was pivotal for us, a real a raise-the-bar moment," singer and guitarist says.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, ‘The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts': Review
Classic performances finally get the audio and visual sets they deserve.
When Kiss and Lou Reed Created ‘A World Without Heroes’
Bob Ezrin recalls how 'Music From 'The Elder'''s lone highlight came together.
Rolling Stones Visit Motown Museum Ahead of Detroit Concert: Photos
Their No Filter Tour continues tonight at Detroit's Ford Field.