Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
Geddy Lee on Why Rush’s Rock Hall induction Was ‘Serious Moment’
Frontman says moment was way bigger than band anticipated.
Geddy Lee Explains Why It was ‘Bittersweet’ Performing With Yes at the Rock Hall Induction…
"I practiced, as I usually do, like a crazy person, to make sure I didn't embarrass Chris by my performance."
5 Reasons Stevie Nicks Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
She's already enshrined as a member of Fleetwood Mac - but Stevie Nicks deserves her own place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
How Duran Duran’s ‘Seven and the Ragged Tiger’ Embraced the ’80s
"The vultures," John Taylor later admitted, "were definitely circling."
Alice Cooper and Dennis Dunaway Dedicate Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Pinball Exhibit
Alice Cooper and Dennis Dunaway dedicated the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's pinball exhibit, which features the new game, Alice Cooper's Nightmare Castle.
Why Cyndi Lauper Deserves to Be in the WWE Hall of Fame
Cyndi Lauper has had a long and decorated history with the WWF and, later, the WWE. So why isn't the '80s pop icon in the WWE Hall of Fame?
What Would Toto’s ‘Africa’ Sound Like Played in an Empty Mall?
What would Toto's 'Africa' sound like played in an empty mall? One YouTube user made that idle thought a reality.
Hear Toto’s ‘Africa’ Performed by Old-Fashioned Computer Equipment
Toto's 'Africa' sounds pretty awesome when performed by outdated computer equipment.
Def Leppard’s Catalog Finally Available to Stream and Download
Def Leppard's catalog is finally available to stream and download from your favorite digital services.
Prince Gifts the Bangles a Hit with ‘Manic Monday': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
The Bangles had their first major hit in 1986 with "Manic Monday," a song Prince gifted to them.
That Time Chris Farley Interviewed Paul McCartney on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Paul McCartney performed three songs during the episode, including the Beatles' "Hey Jude," but not before making a stop on 'The Chris Farley Show.'
When David Bowie and Bing Crosby Rang in the Holidays
"Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy" remains one of the most absurd (but charming) TV duets of all time.