From karate with The King to getting served at Sinatra’s, Cannon explains why he’s no teen idol — even though he holds a record for ‘American Bandstand’ appearances and wrote a song with his mom.
Detroit rock and roll legend talks about his new projects, his odds in a bar fight and why he won’t be making ‘Mitch Ryder: The Musical!’ any time soon.
Christie’s latest Pop Culture Auction is a watershed moment for punk and grunge collectibles.
Disillusioned and discouraged, The Dictators dispersed — but never did break up. By the mid-1980s, guitarist Scott Kempner was looking for a vehicle for his songwriting, which was nothing like what was going on around him at the time. He found allies in his fight to revive real rock ’n’ roll, which was fast becoming a lost art.
In Part 2 of this Backstage Pass vintage interview, Love’s Arthur Lee looks back on the band’s Forever Changes album.
After Cream released "Sunshine of Your Love," everyone from Blood, Sweat and Tears to Jimi Hendrix took a crack at covering it. On the surface, it was a simple blues song. But no one ever managed to capture the magic of the original riff written by Cream bassist Jack Bruce.