Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
Journey’s Postponed Opening Night: What Could We Have Seen?
The band's North American tour with the Pretenders was supposed to launch tonight — before COVID-19 sidelined it.
Why Tony Levin Loves Remote Recording and Dancing With Peter Gabriel: Exclusive Interview
Bassist has appeared on countless sessions, but the former Genesis frontman remains his longest-standing collaborator.
Bon Jovi and Billy Joel to Play COVID-19 Benefit
Tina Fey will host virtual telethon 'Rise Up New York!,' supporting New Yorkers impacted by coronavirus
Rock Stars Mock Trump for Praising Wrong State After Super Bowl
Rockers make fun of president after he saluted Kansas, not Missouri, after Kansas City Chiefs win.
Go-Go’s Plot North American Summer Tour
Quintet books 11 U.S. dates that follow Sundance premiere of upcoming Showtime documentary.
How Gentle Giant’s Derek Shulman Surprised Ex-Bandmate Elton John: Exclusive Interview
Singer-turned-record label exec also takes us back to discovering Pantera.
Chicago Plots North American 2020 Tour With Rick Springfield
Brass-rock ensemble and power-pop singer link up for 26-date trek across the U.S. and Canada.
Hear Bastille’s Dan Smith Cover REO Speedwagon’s ‘Can’t Fight This Feeling’
Indie-pop singer teams with London Contemporary Orchestra for cover version used in British Christmas ad.
Fleetwood Mac Set List Primer: 5 Rare Songs From New Tour
To get all fans on the same page, let's recap the five rarest rarities from the band's current tour.
Why Genesis Had to Keep Shedding Members: Exclusive Interview
For Genesis, chart success really was a matter of addition by subtraction.
There Won’t Be a Supergroup Featuring Genesis’ Tony Banks: Exclusive Interview
Though he has certainly worked with lots of famous folks, Tony Banks calls supergroups "a little off-putting."
Why Genesis’ Tony Banks Left Progressive Rock Behind: Exclusive Interview
Tony Banks' music has been dotted with oboes and cornets since releasing 2004's 'Seven' – not synthesizer solos and tom-tom fills.