How Paul Simon Depended on Other Musicians to Make ‘Graceland’
Some argue that exploitation played as large a role as collaboration.
In Defense Of: Starship’s ‘We Built This City’
People often make fun of the 1985 hit... But they also love it.
35 Years Ago: ‘Crocodile Dundee’ Hits Huge With Australian Charm
Star and co-writer Paul Hogan wanted film to be his country’s pioneering blockbuster — and he succeeded.
Why George Michael Sang Queen’s ‘Somebody to Love’ to Just One Person
He took the stage at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness while enduring a very personal pain.
How Little Steven Lived His Beatles Fantasy at the Cavern Club
There were problems fitting his large band on the iconic Liverpool venue's small stage.
Glenn Frey’s Death: Five Years Later
Eagles began an unexpected final chapter, despite his passing.
40 Years Ago: Tom Selleck Defines ’80s Cool with ‘Magnum, P.I.’
After failing with other TV projects, this detective role finally made him a star.
10 Years Ago: ‘Rock Band’ Changes the Music Video Game Industry
Released in December 2007, 'Rock Band' built on 'Guitar Hero''s success by adding more instruments and new songs every week.
Alice Cooper Says He Writes About ‘Characters People Can Relate To': Exclusive Interview
Alice Cooper is a nice guy. Yes, his lyrics say something different. But, honestly, the godfather of shock rock is as friendly as they come.
How Bob Seger Finally Became an Overnight Star With ‘Night Moves’
He's often thought of a poor man's Bruce Springsteen. Not only is the accusation wrong, it's ignorant.