Lyrics Uncovered: The Rolling Stones’ ‘Some Girls’ Album
The Rolling Stones had one heck of a decade in the '70s. They started with one of their all-time greats -- 1971's 'Sticky Fingers' -- and then ended it with another classic, 1978's 'Some Girls.' The latter record helped save the band after a few years of rock-star excess nearly sank them...
Vixen Founder Jan Kuehnemund Dies
Jan Kuehnemund, guitarist and founding member of glam-metal pioneers Vixen, has died after what was deemed a "fierce battle" with cancer. Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Kuehnemund started Vixen while still in high school, eventually relocating to Los Angeles in 1981. She was 51.
The Pretenders Help ‘Glee’ Say Goodbye to Corey Monteith
'Glee' capped off what was already an emotional episode last night -- a tribute to the show's recently deceased star, Corey Monteith -- with a moving rendition of the Pretenders' "I'll Stand By You."
Sweet Guzheng O’ Mine?! – Hear Guns N’ Roses Performed on an Ancient Chinese Instrument
Michelle Kwan (no, not the figure skater) has been getting a lot of attention on YouTube by uploading her cover versions of classic rock and pop tunes, played on the guzheng, a Chinese plucked zither. Her most recent clip might be her best work to date: a beautiful version of Guns N' Roses' classic 'Sweet Child O' Mine...
Ratt’s Stephen Pearcy Reveals How He Helped Pioneer the ’80s Glam Look
Rock memoirs are a great source of salacious details about the history of a band or artist, and that's certainly true in the case of Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy's new autobiography. As its title suggests, his recently released 'Sex, Drugs, Ratt & Roll: My Life in Rock' digs into the excesses of the '80s when Ratt were at their peak, and offers some insights into how he helped bring a little gla
Rush Guitarist Alex Lifeson Looks Back on Tough Times
Canadian rockers Rush have a lot to celebrate this year: 45 years of playing music together, a current tour that's selling out arenas all over North America and of course, their recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But it hasn't always been easy, as guitarist Alex Lifeson admits in a new interview.