Steve Morse reinvigorated Deep Purple after Ritchie Blackmore left in the 1990s. And Morse plays as the album’s title implies, with total abandon.
By the time the concert film “The Strange Case of Alice Cooper” was released in 1979, Vincent Furnier had legally changed his name to his rock and roll persona.
As Record Store Day continues to gain traction as a growing phenomenon among collectors and vinyl enthusiasts, the buzz now travels over to Black Friday.
Veteran metal band brings out the best in celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Countdown To Extinction.” Dave Mustaine explains in a candid Q&A with Goldmine.
Fan/collector Andrew Klein has co-authored “Randy Rhoads,” a 420-page biography, packed with rare photos and personal stories from those who knew Rhoads best.
High-end, hard-to-find lots for artists ranging from punk rock acts to The Beatles, The Boss and The Band are among the goodies up for grabs in Backstage Auctions’ Rock & Pop Auction, which closes Nov. 11, 2012.
Throughout the year, Metal Blade Records has been celebrating its 30th anniversary. Here is an interview with Brian Slagel, owner/founder of the heavy metal label.
After Tuesday’s advance screening of “Celebration Day,” Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham fielded assorted (and sometimes sordid) questions from the press.
The 10 Albums picked by guitarist Marcus Siepen is a good example of how “progressive song structures” have had an impact on the evolution of the band’s sound.
If you’ve ever wondered what 50 years of rock and rolls look like, The Morrison Hotel gallery’s latest exhibition is a great place to start. The gallery’s current exhibit, “Rolling Stones 50 Years in Photography” showcases career-spanning photographs of The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band.