Why One INXS Member Struggled With ‘Devil Inside’
1988 single helped mark a turning point in hot band's career.
Broadcast Signal Intrusions: When TV or Radio Stations Get Hacked
It all started when Orson Welles' contrived 'War of the Worlds' news bulletin "interrupted" a broadcast.
Men at Work: Where Are They Now?
Original lineup scored two No. 1 hits, but broke up just three years later.
How Rush Paved the Way for Bob and Doug McKenzie’s Hit Comedy LP
Anthem Records, a coincidental acquaintance and a Geddy Lee cameo helped bring the comedy duo a wider audience.
How Queen’s ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ Came Together
Written quickly and inspired by Elvis Presley, the song became the band's first U.S. No. 1.
Revisiting Rock ‘n’ Roll’s First Concert
The Moondog Coronation Ball was held on March 21, 1952 in Cleveland.
The Night Mick Jagger Kicked Off His 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.
The Day Mick Taylor Joined the Rolling Stones
Guitarist's musical contributions often take a backseat to the bigger picture of their story.
Why the Kinks’ Dave Davies Was Knocked Out by Bandmate Onstage
They had performed just two songs at Cardiff’s Capital Theatre when a fight erupted.
How Allman Brothers Band’s ‘Where It All Begins’ Became an Ending
LP boasts a coherent feeling, but change was afoot.