Daryl Hall and John Oates Get Their Hollywood Star
Almost 45 years after they arrived in Los Angeles, Daryl Hall and John Oates were back to accept a star on the Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame.
The Mystery of a 1969 Jimi Hendrix Photo Gets Solved
We speak to the photographer and subject in this 45-year old photo of a young boy onstage at a Jimi Hendrix concert.
The Man Behind David Bowie’s Look: Pierre LaRoche
Pierre LaRoche, who designed David Bowie's look, pretty much created the face of glam rock.
The Day ‘The Return of Kiss’ Tour Hit a Snag
Kiss' biggest and boldest shows yet would unfortunately mark the end of an era.
The Story of David Bowie’s ‘Diamond Dogs’ Tour
David Bowie shed the sparkling jumpsuits and flamboyant makeup of the 'Ziggy Stardust' era as he began the 'Diamond Dogs' tour on June 14, 1974 in Montreal.
Aerosmith Brings Sweet Emotion to the L.A. Forum
Review and photographs from Aerosmith's recent show in Los Angeles.
Def Leppard and Kiss Return With a Fury to the Fabulous Forum
We've got pictures from the recent Def Leppard and Kiss concert at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Revisiting Mick Taylor’s First Solo Album
In June 1979, four years after leaving the Rolling Stones, Mick Taylor released his solo debut.
Derek Trucks Looks Beyond Life With the Allman Brothers Band
The guitarist talks to us about working with his wife, Susan Tedeschi, and being able to play with his heroes.
How Bill Wyman Became the First Rolling Stones Member to Go Solo With ‘Monkey Grip’
'Monkey Grip' provides an interesting glimpse into the many American tastes and influences that impacted Bill Wyman.
By Land, Air Or Sea: The History of the Rolling Stones’ Outrageous Tour Announcements
The Rolling Stones' tour announcements have often surprised and delighted over the years, beginning with an impromptu performance on the streets of New York City.
Def Leppard’s Phil Collen Gives Master Class at Performing Arts High School
Phil Collen recently stopped by an Orange County performing arts high school to deliver a master class.