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.
Why Todd Rundgren (Probably) Isn't on Kanye West's New Album
"Nobody would regularly make records like that unless they had stupid money to throw around."
Todd Rundgren on Rock Hall: 'I Have Offered to do Something Live'
Rocker reveals to UCR the idea he's proposed to the Hall.
When Grand Funk Lived With Todd Rundgren and Frank Zappa
Drummer Don Brewer discusses a pair of very offbeat roommates from the '70s.
Will Todd Rundgren and Belinda Carlisle Skip Rock Hall Induction?
Both artists have shows booked in different cities on the night of the ceremony.
Rundgren, Turner, King and Foo Fighters React to HOF Inductions
This year's class marks one of the Rock Hall's most diverse group of artists.
Todd Rundgren Raises Virtual-Concert Bar: Show Review
Clearly Human tour focused on Cleveland earlier this week.
5 Reasons Todd Rundgren Should Be in the Rock Hall of Fame
The singer-songwriter once said his career was marked by "consistency of inconsistency," and there's perhaps no more apt description.
Todd Rundgren on Rock Hall Nomination: 'I Don't Care About It'
"It doesn't matter how many times they nominate me," he said. "It's not gonna make me care."