Revisiting Rock ‘n’ Roll’s First Concert
The Moondog Coronation Ball, generally viewed as having been the first ever rock 'n' roll concert, was held in Cleveland on March 21, 1952.
30 Years Ago: Mick Jagger Kicks Off First Solo Tour
With the future of the Rolling Stones in limbo, Mick Jagger kicked off a solo tour of Japan on March 15, 1988, in support of his second album, 'Primitive Cool.'
Meet the Artists Who Refused Their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions
How Axl Rose, Johnny Rotten and Ozzy Osbourne all turned down their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame invitations.
Michael Jackson’s Rock ‘n’ Roll History
The pop legend had a history of working with rockers.
How Santana Reached New Commercial Heights With ‘Supernatural’
Santana had the biggest-selling album of his career with 'Supernatural,' released on June 15, 1999.
The Day Mick Taylor Joined the Rolling Stones
The musical contributions that guitarist Mick Taylor made to the Rolling Stones often take a backseat to the bigger picture of the band's story.
The Day Dave Davies Was Knocked Out by a Bandmate During a Kinks Show
Kinks drummer Mick Avory flattened guitarist Dave Davies in mid-concert in May 1965.
Revisiting the Allman Brothers Band’s ‘Where It All Begins’
Recorded live in the studio, the Allman Brothers Band's 'Where It All Begins' boasts a casual yet coherent feeling. Still, change was afoot.
How Jimi Hendrix Got Arrested, and Acquitted, in Toronto
Jimi Hendrix was arrested in Toronto for possession of narcotics on May 3, 1969, but the charges wouldn't stick.
The Day Jon Bon Jovi Married Dorothea Hurley in Las Vegas
It is fairly safe to say that Bon Jovi's frontman broke many hearts when he married his high-school girlfriend in 1989.
Sunday Morning: You Think You Know Motley Crue?
They are one of the most successful and iconic bands of the modern classic rock era. But how well do you know the story of Motley Crue's early days?
Jimmy Page Reveals Why There Was No ‘Led Zeppelin V’
Jimmy Page explains why Led Zeppelin abandoned naming their albums numerically for 'Houses of the Holy.'