Jim Morrison’s Arrest History
The Doors frontman's bad-boy image was bolstered by a numbers of run-ins with the law.
How Pete Townshend’s ‘Iron Man’ Musical Led to Another Who Reunion
His Broadway production's box office success piqued Hollywood interest, and the story was eventually made into a film.
When Dire Straits Stuck to the Formula With ‘Communique’
Dire Straits released their second album, 'Communique,' on June 15, 1979.
How Peter Gabriel Told His Own Story With the ‘Passion’ Soundtrack
He omitted the standard music cues used in films, instead creating a fully realized album.
The History of David Bowie and Tin Machine
By the late '80s, he wasn't interested in being a greatest-hits singer. This band would be the path toward reinvention.
When the Beatles Settled With Pete Best
He'll always be one of the biggest “I coulda been a contender” stories in rock.
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.