The timeless troubador, Justin Hayward, muses about days of future passed.
In a classic interview with Elvis confidant Marty Lacker, the scene behind the 1969 Memphis recording sessions is revealed in detail.
Author Ken Sharp catches up with legendary rock star Gene Simmons.
A day-to-day diary of sailing on the hard rock seas with “Kiss Kruise VI: Creatures of The Deep.”
U.K. proggers are more concerned about world crisis than the future of progressive music, thus the new album, “F.E.A.R.”
New album, “Leap of Faith,” gives Eagle Timothy B. Schmit a special faith that soars high.
Opeth started out as a raw metal band and evolved into a more refined art.
Who started Folk Rock? One standout candidate is Simon & Garfunkel. However, there’s a case to be made that the British contribution is a legitimate one.
Meat Loaf’s latest release, “Braver Than We Are,” is his 13th studio album and fifth with his creative partner Jim Steinman, the duo who vaulted to fame on “Bat Out of Hell” in 1977.
Of all the anniversaries set to be celebrated this year, good and bad, no doubt the fiftieth anniversary of the death of British pirate radio will be among the most loudly discussed… and so it should be. After three years …