Celebrated as “one of the greatest singers of all time” Darlene Love spent much of her early career as an unknown. On backup, Love’s voice perfected hits from “Da Doo Ron Ron” to “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin.’”
Tom Waits has been 50-something his whole life, a result of his weathered, beaten, drunken, tragic disposition on stage and in song since his first album in 1973.
From the Beastie Boys, Guns & Roses to War, the 2012 nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame embody the broad scope of what ‘rock and roll’ means.
Seeking the fountain of youth? Check out rock and roll. That was the philosophy of Hank Ballard, who rose to fame with The Midnighters and helped shape music.
Blood? Check. Snakes? Yup. Mascara? You bet. Alice Cooper, the manly band with the ladylike name, is all ready to roll into the Rock Hall.
What would modern music be without Bob Marley’s influence? Rock Hall’s reggae master made rock and roll grow up and grow better.
This volume includes a wealth of historical photography, archival memorabilia, and the low-down on the musicians and their contributions to the genre.
The First Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was a night to remember. And years later, the legend Jerry Lee Lewis had plenty to say about it.
And the perfect example is the one Robertson is about to make available: a beautiful signed and numbered “How to Become Clairvoyant” collector’s set
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Smokey Robinson to be interviewed at Rock Hall’s Foster Theater, Saturday, June 18, 11 a.m.