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 Announces Virtual Tour Tailored for 25 Cities
Songwriter's 2021 Clearly Human run will be staged in Chicago, with a limited amount of socially distant in-person tickets available.
Hear Todd Rundgren's 'Espionage' From New 'Space Force' Album
Lead single from upcoming LP is a collaboration with Muslim hip-hop artist Narcy.
Todd Rundgren to Celebrate 'A Wizard, a True Star' on New Tour
He'll play a full side of his experimental 1973 album, plus another set of career-spanning hits.
Todd Rundgren, Steve Stevens Appear on New David Hasselhoff Album
LP includes cover of Neil Diamond’s ‘Sweet Caroline’ featuring Ministry.
Christopher Cross, Todd Rundgren In All-Star Beatles Tribute Tour
Micky Dolenz, Jason Scheff and Joey Molland will help deliver White Album shows.
35 Years Ago: Laura Nyro Releases Album Todd Rundgren Quit
Rock legend tried to produce one of celebrated singer-songwriter's final records. It didn't go well.
Todd Rundgren Announces 'The Individualist' Book and Tour
A new autobiography is set for publication in December, followed by a string of spring dates.
Alex Lifeson and Todd Rundgren Guest on New John Mayall Album
Veteran will be 85 when 'Nobody Told Me' is released in February.
Five Reasons Todd Rundgren Should Be in the Hall of Fame
The singer-songwriter once said his career was marked by "consistency of inconsistency," and there's perhaps no more apt description.