15 Years Ago: Tom Petty Takes on the Music Industry on ‘The Last DJ’
When they first heard Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ 'The Last DJ,' fans, critics and even casual listeners largely came away with the impression that Petty was bitter.
‘Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds’ Finds John Lennon in ‘Wonderland’: The Story Behind Every …
The Beatles’ most famous tribute to the effects of drugs had nothing to do with psychedelic drugs. Well, maybe not nothing…
50 Years Ago: The Beatles Experience an Amazing Series of Pre-‘Sgt. Pepper’ Highs and Lows…
The Beatles didn’t record or release any music on May 19, 1967, but it became an important (and infamous) day anyway.
50 Years Ago: The Who Play Their First U.S. Show
In March 1967, the Who made their live U.S. debut by taking part in a musical revue hosted by Murray the K. The legends played five times a day for nine days.
20 Years Ago: ‘Nine Lives’ Caps a Tumultuous Period for Aerosmith
Aerosmith endured mental illness, shifting producers, the departure of a manager and more while making 'Nine Lives,' released in March 1997.
45 Years Ago: Bob Dylan Joins the Band for New Year’s Eve Show
Before the Band closed out 1971 with a New Year's Eve Show in New York, Bob Dylan appeared for the encore. The old friends improvised a four-song set.
Attack on the Bataclan Theater in Paris: Looking Back
Remembering the sadness, controversy and charity that followed a Nov. 13, 2015 attack on Paris' Bataclan.
When the Cars Balanced Rock, New Wave on ‘Shake It Up’
After the critical and commercial failure 'Panorama,' the Cars bounced back in 1981 with 'Shake it Up,' as well as the hit title track and 'Since You're Gone.'
When Neil Young and Crazy Horse Got Noisy on ‘Arc-Weld’
In 1991, Neil Young joined Crazy Horse for an intense tour, depicted on 'Arc-Weld,' which contained two concert discs and one with a metallic noise collage.
15 Years Ago: Stars Unite at ‘The Concert for New York City’
'The Concert for New York City' was a charity show which entertained police and firefighters. David Bowie opened the show with Simon & Garfunkel's 'America.'