Allison Rapp is a New York City-based music and culture journalist. Her work has appeared in Brooklyn Magazine, City Limits and more. She tweets at @allisonrapp22
40 Years Ago: Robert Plant Re-Starts With ‘Burning Down One Side’
At one point, the former Led Zeppelin singer seriously pondered whether his musical career was over for good.
Dead and Company Announce Final Tour for Summer 2023
Guitarist Bob Weir says band will launch one more trek next year.
Guns N’ Roses Announce 97-Track ‘Use Your Illusion’ Box Set
Complete live concerts from 1991 and 1992 are included in the Super Deluxe edition.
Last Waltz Tour Set to Return This Fall
This year's all-star concerts will include Warren Haynes, Jamey Johnson, Don Was and others.
55 Years Ago: The Beatles Begin Filming ‘Magical Mystery Tour’
It's difficult to describe the plot, namely because there really wasn't one.
Roger Taylor Announces ‘The Outsider Tour Live’ Album
LP's songs were recorded during the Queen drummer's 2021 solo tour.
Roxy Music Launches 50th-Anniversary Tour: Set List and Video
Trek is band's first in over a decade.
Beatles’ Remixed and Expanded ‘Revolver’ Box Finally Gets Release Date
First taste of the long-awaited set is a remix of George Harrison's album-opening "Taxman."
How a Tragic School Fire Led Journey’s Jonathan Cain to Music
He was just nine years old when more than 90 classmates died at Our Lady of the Angels School in Chicago.
Watch Neal Schon Perform on ‘America’s Got Talent’
Guitarist performed the Journey classic "Don't Stop Believin'" alongside singers Kodi Lee and Teddy Swims.
Peter Jackson Fighting for Extended Cut of ‘Beatles: Get Back’
Director says there are "five or six hours of fantastic material" not included in the 2021 film.
Listen to Unheard Demo of Lou Reed’s ‘Men of Good Fortune’
Track will be included on upcoming archival album, 'Words & Music, May 1965.'
Bill Pitman, Wrecking Crew Guitarist, Dead at 102
Highly regarded musician recorded for Frank Sinatra, the Beach Boys and many others.
Alice in Chains Returns to the Stage for First Time in Three Years
"Felt good to make some noise," bassist Mike Inez declared after the show.
Hear New Tedeschi Trucks Song from Final ‘I Am the Moon’ LP
'Soul Sweet Song' pays tribute to the band's original keyboardist, Kofi Burbridge.
25 Years Ago: New York City’s Legendary Palladium Closes
Iconic 14th Street venue hosted everything from rock to metal to new wave.
Whitesnake Drops Out of Scorpions Tour Due to Health Issues
Singer David Coverdale is reportedly seeking treatment for a "persistent upper respiratory infection."
John Lennon’s Bitter 1971 Letter to Paul McCartney Up for Auction
Three-page document is expected to sell for around $30,000.
40 Years Ago: Peter Frampton’s Poppy ‘The Art of Control’ Flops
His label insisted on a more commercial sound, with disastrous results.
Creedence Clearwater Revival Live Album and Film Set for Release
This will be the only concert footage of the band's original lineup to be released in its entirety.