Daryl Hall and John Oates Get Their Hollywood Star
Almost 45 years after they arrived in Los Angeles, Daryl Hall and John Oates were back to accept a star on the Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame.
The Mystery of a 1969 Jimi Hendrix Photo Is Finally Solved
We spoke to the photographer and subject in an intriguing photo taken at a much-bootlegged concert at Royal Albert Hall.
Derek Trucks Looks Beyond Life With the Allman Brothers Band
The guitarist talks to us about working with his wife, Susan Tedeschi, and being able to play with his heroes.
By Land, Air Or Sea: The History of the Rolling Stones’ Outrageous Tour Announcements
The Rolling Stones' tour announcements have often surprised and delighted over the years, beginning with an impromptu performance on the streets of New York City.
Exclusive: Todd Rundgren On His New Foundation and the Beatles’ Influence
Rock legend and renaissance man Todd Rundgren recently received the highly regarded Les Paul award at the NAMM convention in Southern California. As a songwriter, producer and all-purpose innovator, Rundgren's legacy splashes across many different platforms.
Exclusive: Stevie Nicks Talks About Working With Dave Stewart
Stevie Nicks' 2011 album 'In Your Dreams' marked a solid return for the legendary singer-songwriter. But it wasn't a total solo project. Nicks received much help from producer Dave Stewart, the former Eurythmics multi-instrumentalist who's worked with Mick Jagger, Tom Petty and Ringo Starr.
The Eagles Soar at Los Angeles’ Newly Refurbished Forum
When it was announced last year that the Eagles would be the first band to play the newly renovated (and formerly “Fabulous”) Forum in Inglewood, Calif., tickets flew out the door.