How ‘Priest … Live!’ Captured Judas Priest at Their Biggest
Heavy metal had soared to unprecedented heights by the time band released its second concert album.
Phil Collen Looks Back at 40 Years With Def Leppard
After decades of playing with the band, guitarist recalls how the journey began.
Why Alan White Hung Up When John Lennon Called
Here’s what the recently deceased drummer once told UCR about his work alongside the former Beatle.
15 Years Ago: Sammy Hagar Sells Cabo Wabo Tequila for $80 Million
What started as a small endeavor became a massive success for the Red Rocker.
How ‘Stevie Wonder’s Original Musiquarium I’ Swept the Charts
Legend saw an opportunity to break new ground with a compilation.
Black Crowes, ‘1972’: Album Review
Six-song EP looks back 50 years ago with Stones, Bowie and Temptations covers.
Six Reasons Motorhead’s ‘Iron Fist’ Deserves More Respect
There's plenty to like about the much-maligned 1982 album.
John Mellencamp’s ‘American Fool': Beyond ‘Jack and Diane’
There's more to his only No. 1 album than its two massive singles.
How Bryan Adams Stretched His Songwriting on ‘Into the Fire’
Singer-songwriter aimed for a new approach on the follow-up to hit 'Reckless.'
Eagles Pay Tribute to Late Glenn Frey at Detroit Performance
"It's always a little bittersweet to come play here, but we are forever connected with you," Don Henley told the audience.
Scorpions, ‘Rock Believer': Album Review
More than a half-century on, German band still rocks like a hurricane.
The Live Album Becomes an Art Form: 20 Classics From 1972
With classic concert recordings by the Band, Aretha Franklin, Neil Diamond and Deep Purple, the format came into its own.
How ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ Solidified Bon Jovi’s Rock Chart Success
"No. 1 was great, don't get me wrong. But a No. 1 rock song - we were a rock band, ya know?"
How Barenaked Ladies’ Singer Helped Design Rush’s Pinball Machine
Ed Robertson talks about spearheading project and brainstorming song choices.
Meat Loaf’s 13 Most Underappreciated Songs
We know his hits, of course, but the former Marvin Lee Aday gave us a great deal more.
45 Years Ago: Jimmy Buffett Sails to Fame With ‘Changes in Latitudes’
His first platinum album was home to "Margaritaville," a signature Top 10 hit.
How Ronnie Spector Helped Eddie Money Score His Biggest Hit
Duo logged a knockout with 1986's "Take Me Home Tonight."
‘It’s Not Journey!': CNN Hosts Debate Band’s New Year’s Eve Show
CNN became the unlikely location for a New Year's Eve debate about Journey.
Chuck Berry, ‘Live From Blueberry Hill': Album Review
Concert souvenir from late rock 'n' roll pioneer's later days showcases age-defying fire.
Joe Walsh to Debut New Music at VetsAid 2021: Exclusive
Fifth annual benefit will be available virtually from Dec. 18-25.