They fight. They make up. Then, they finally hammer out their differences and put out a new studio album. So why, after all these years, do the members of Aerosmith continue to come together as a band even though drama is sure to follow? The answer — at least from guitarist Brad Whitford’s point of view — is quite simple.
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.
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.
As The Who prepares to wrap up the second leg of its Quadrophenia tour, one thing is for sure: The wait was well worth it.
Denny Somach discusses the lingering controversy over the band’s adaptations of blues songs, the scoop on a reissue project and the likelihood of a reunion.
Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ron Wood reflect on life within Small Faces and Faces: two distinct British bands from two different eras with one shared rock and roll history.
The artists featured on this tribute, who range from country to heavy metal, pay tribute not only to the band ZZ Top but the original ZZ Top sound.