After kicking around with some Philly bands in the late '60s, Todd Rundgren broke through to the mainstream in 1972 with 'Something/Anything.' For the rest of the decade, he was one of music's most restless artists, releasing solo records as well as albums with prog-influenced Utopia. He also produced a wide variety of artists over the years, including Meat Loaf, the New York Dolls, the Band, Badfinger, XTC and Hall & Oates. Songs like 'Hello It's Me,' 'I Saw the Light' and 'Can We Still Be Friends' kept him in the Top 40. But he's never stayed in one place too long, dabbling in electronic music, pop, R&B, blues and New Wave. More recently, Rundgren has played with Ringo Starr's All-Starr Bands and fronted the New Cars, a new-millennium spin-off the '70s and '80s hitmakers.
Todd Rundgren Sets Release Date for New Album 'Space Force'
LP includes collaborations with the Roots, Rivers Cuomo, Rick Nielsen, Steve Vai and others.
Todd Rundgren and Adrian Belew Lead David Bowie Tribute Tour
The Celebrating David Bowie will hit the road in October.
Todd Rundgren and Christopher Cross Lead Beatles Tribute Tour
It Was Fifty Years Ago Today: A Tribute to The Beatles will feature an eclectic lineup of musicians performing tracks from 'Revolver' and 'Rubber Soul.'
Daryl Hall Announces Spring 2022 U.S. Tour With Todd Rundgren
Dates include shows at the Ryman Auditorium and Carnegie Hall.
How Two Superstars Helped Badfinger Complete 'Straight Up'
George Harrison and then Todd Rundgren stepped in as the band worked on their best album.
The Heartbreak Behind Todd Rundgren's 'Hello It's Me'
He never told first love that track heard in ‘And Just Like That’ was about her.
Patti Smith Inducts Todd Rundgren Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
"He has been our alchemist, our wizard, our true star," she said.
Why Todd Rundgren Is No Longer Playing Certain Cities
Veteran musician says climate change will continue to make touring more difficult.