Rolling Stones Shows Will Still Have Charlie Watts’ Stamp on Them
Band's longtime production director says there "is always a piece of Charlie in the show."
Ringo Starr Calls ‘Get Back’ Film a ‘Six-Hour Masterpiece’
"I think everyone will enjoy it because you'll see this band work really hard."
Why Guns N’ Roses Covered Bob Dylan’s ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’
Band made song a live staple before recording studio version.
Why Tony Kaye’s 9/11-Inspired Solo Album Took 20 Years to Make
Original Yes keyboardist tells UCR why this is his first - and likely last - solo LP.
40 Years Ago: Bob Seger Takes a Victory Lap With ‘Nine Tonight’
Second live album spawned a Top 5 single.
How Kool and the Gang Won Over Skeptical Van Halen Fans
"Hey, rock head, you better get up and get down on it, too."
Aretha Franklin’s Most Memorable Rock Covers
The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Elton John and Simon & Garfunkel are just some of the artists covered by the Queen of Soul.
King Crimson Touring the U.S. for the ‘Last Time’
Band wanted to avoid the "tacky device" of calling it a farewell tour.
Dusty Hill Never Made Any Apologies for ZZ Top’s ’80s-Era Update
"Some people were like, 'What are you doing? You're abandoning your roots, which was not true at all."
Paul Stanley Explains the Evolution of Kiss’ ‘Detroit Rock City’
Track "started off as just a song to sing the praises of this rock 'n' roll city" before gaining a deeper meaning.