Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
When Stevie Nicks Came Back Strong With ‘Trouble in Shangri-La’
After bottoming out in 1994, Stevie Nicks' next solo album, 2001's 'Trouble in Shangri-La,' found her back in form.
The Night Motley Crue Played Their First Concert
Motley Crue performed in public for the first time when they opened for Y&T on April 24, 1981.
How the Rolling Stones’ ‘Black And Blue’ Ad Campaign Spawned a Music Industry Revolution
An ad campaign to promote the Rolling Stones' then-new album got the band in trouble with feminists.
This Three-Year-Old Girl Is the Biggest Led Zeppelin Fan You Know
Watch a three-year-old girl play "Name That Tune" with Led Zeppelin classics.
Watch Cheap Trick, Deep Purple and Others Close Out Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 2016 Cere…
The inductees ended the night by jamming on Fats Domino's "Ain't That a Shame."
How Heart Landed in the U.S. With ‘Dreamboat Annie’
Heart established the template for their career on Feb. 14, 1976 with their debut, 'Dreamboat Annie.'
11 Classic Rock Valentine’s Day Cards for Your Sweetheart
UCR's raucous sweet nothings are sure to nab you a valentine – or at least make cupid give you a solid once-over or two.
How Nirvana Hinted at Future Greatness on ‘Bleach’
When Nirvana released their debut album 'Bleach' on June 15, 1989, few could have predicted that the Kurt Cobain-led group would eventually change the world.
Paul McCartney Inducts Ringo Starr Into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame
Ringo Starr has learned many things in his decades-long musical career, but during his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction speech, he gave his top tip for musicians in a band: "If you fart, own up."
Peter Wolf Inducts the Paul Butterfield Blues Band Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Influential Chicago blues act the Paul Butterfield Blues Band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.