Jim Morrison’s Arrest History
The Doors frontman's bad-boy image was bolstered by a numbers of run-ins with the law.
30 Years Ago: Pete Townshend Gets Heavy on ‘The Iron Man’
Pete Townshend's musical, 'The Iron Man,' was released on June 27, 1989.
40 Years Ago: Dire Straits Stick to Formula With ‘Communique’
Dire Straits released their second album, 'Communique,' on June 15, 1979.
Revisiting Peter Gabriel’s ‘Passion’ Soundtrack
'Passion' by Peter Gabriel surfaced a year after Martin Scorsese's 'The Last Temptation of Christ' was released.
30 Years Ago: David Bowie Assembles Tin Machine
In the late '80s, David Bowie wasn't interested in being a greatest-hits singer. Tin Machine, with Bowie as lead singer, would be the path to his reinvention.
50 Years Ago: The Beatles Settle Lawsuit With Pete Best
Pete Best, one of the biggest “I could have been a contender” stories in rock history, won a legal battle against the Beatles in a defamation lawsuit in January 1969.
The Beatles’ Arrest History: Their Not-So-Fab Brushes With the Law
The Beatles' arrest history begins with one youthful and possibly accidental case of attempted arson.
15 Years Ago: David Bowie Records The First Cyber Song
David Bowie streamed the recording of 'What's Really Happening,' a collaboration with a contest-winner, over the Internet on May 24, 1999.
Top 10 Underrated Pete Townshend Songs
We dig into a rich mixture of lesser-known solo tracks and Who deep cuts.