Phil Ehart Looks Back at 8 Key Albums as Kansas Turns 50
Founding drummer dives into early recordings, career-making triumphs and band's recent comeback.
Kansas’ Phil Ehart on the Band’s 50 Years: ‘Not Ready to Hang It Up Yet’
The band just released a career-spanning compilation album, 'Another Fork in the Road.'
How ‘Voices’ Ended Hall and Oates’ Slump and Made Them Superstars
Duo crafted 1980 comeback album by taking creative control.
Why Randy Bachman Left as the Guess Who Began to Peak: Interview
He wrote or co-wrote a string of hits for the Guess Who including “These Eyes,” “American Woman,” “No Time,” and “Laughing.”
Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Movie Fact vs. Fiction: How Events and People in Movie Differ From What Really Happened
How events and people in the movie differ from what really happened.
Don Felder Looks Back at 40 Years of ‘Hotel California': Exclusive Interview
Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder recalls a moment when he realized the universal appeal of “Hotel California.”