81 Essential Albums That Turn 40 in 2021: Class of 1981
From synths to New Wave, the year's evident musical shifts deeply impacted the future of rock 'n' roll.
20 Years Ago: Jimmy Page Joins the Black Crowes for ‘Live at the Greek’
Historic collaboration between the two was documented and packaged in an innovative way.
Chris and Rich Robinson Start ‘Brothers of a Feather’ U.S. Tour: Videos and Set List
Run-up to Black Crowes reunion shows kicked off in Boston with acoustic versions.
30 Years Ago: Aerosmith Party On as Guests on ‘Wayne’s World’
Band appeared on 'Saturday Night Live' on Mike Myers' first episode as a full-time cast member.
Led Zeppelin Hot Wheels Car Collection Announced
Five collectible die-cast vehicles will feature images inspired by the group's career.
32 Years Ago: Judas Priest Flash Metal Form on Experimental ‘Ram It Down’
Judas Priest made an effort to get back to metal basics on 'Ram It Down' without shaking off the synths.
10 Times Howard Stern Feuded With Famous Musicians
The shock-jock's talk-focused show has never hidden his love of music.
How Tesla Disputed Glam Metal Tag With ‘Great Radio Controversy’
The blue-collar Sacramento five-piece eschewed the era's teased hair, spandex and heavy makeup.
Van Halen ‘1984’: A Track-by-Track Guide
A look inside every song on the band's blockbuster album.
Sebastian Bach Talks Professional Jealousy, Skid Row and Being the Last of a Dying Breed: …
The former Skid Row singer talked to us about professional jealousy and why the latest reunion talks with his old band broke down.
When Metallica Revisited Their Influences on ‘Garage Inc.’
They'd been talking about doing another 'Garage Days' album for some time.
27 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne Gets Sober and Releases the Smash LP ‘No More Tears’
Coming in the wake of a particularly tumultuous period in Ozzy's life, 'No More Tears' was a rebirth.