If not for the repeal of Prohibition, America might never have discovered the soulful voice, risque lyrics and killer slide guitar of Kokomo Arnold.
The Beatles and The Rolling Stones first stormed U.S. charts and countdowns in 1964. These days, their records are still large and in charge on our Market Watch countdown of the top online auction results. What other acts have joined them this time out?
Featured performers will include Little Richard, Dick Dale and The Cleftones during the four-day festival, which caters to all things rockabilly, including cars and clothing.
‘Bread: A Sweet Surrender’ dives into the soft-rock group’s rise and fall. This excerpt picks up after the release of 1971′s ‘Manna’ and the departure of Robb Royer.
The country-rock pioneer and Monkee shares his inspirations, why he’s going back on the road and why Tommy Tedesco’s Telecaster went airborne during a recording session.
Calling all collectors — and record store owners and reocrd labels: The clock is ticking for the arrival of Record Store Day 2013. What’s your game plan? Tell us about it!
If you were a British musical act trying to make it in America, you didn’t have a prayer until The Beatles broke. Here are some of the memorable picture sleeves of the eras.
Only 5,000 copies will be made of the 24-by-36-inch poster, which is printed on heavy paper and will be gratis at fully participating record stores in the U.S.
Alto Reed talks about meeting Seger for the first time, composing the “Turn the Page” riff, and why the band decided to do the Rock And Roll Never Forgets tour.
Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Alan White, Geoff Downes and Jon Davison will perform “The Yes Album,” “Close to the Edge” and Going for The One” in their entirety.