Joe Satriani Talks Jimi Hendrix Influence and Legacy: Interview
Guitarist reflects on original guitar hero's inspiration over the years.
How Stevie Nicks Learned to ’Stuff’ Poetry Into Songs
Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Stills and Nash albums provided early influence.
'Holy S--- This Is Heavy': When Motley Crue First Saw 'The Dirt'
Director Jeff Tremaine was nervous about showing movie to the band, but viewing ended with hugs and misty eyes.
How a Traumatic Childhood Shaped Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx
A broken home forged the bassist's fiery nature while also fueling his dreams of rock stardom.
Metallica and San Francisco Symphony to Play Together Again
September concert will mark 20th anniversary of ’S&M’ album.
Fleetwood Mac Split With Lindsey Buckingham Was ‘Only Route'
Christine McVie says reactivation of feud with Steve Nicks led band to fear a total breakup.
Jeff Lynne's ELO Pick Dhani Harrison as Summer Tour Opener
George Harrison's son will serve as the opening act for all dates on band's summer North American tour.
Lenny Kravitz Recalls ‘Fluid’ Studio Experience With Slash
Former schoolmates wrote “Always on the Run” after Guns N’ Roses guitarist was allowed only one take on “Fields of Joy” solo.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Editor Responds to Oscar Criticism
John Ottman admits he hates sequence that caused complaints with 60 cuts in two minutes.
How Queen Rescued Kansas From a Lousy Opening Spot
Phil Ehart recalls the ‘Sheer Heart Attack’ road trip in 1974, which left them unhappy until they spoke to Brian May.
How Mick Mars Has Lived With Ankylosing Spondylitis
Mick Mars has lived with ankylosing spondylitis, a rare form of arthritis, since he was 19.
Remember When Three Other People Were In Motley Crue?
John Corabi, Randy Castillo and Samantha Maloney took over when original members dropped out.
Mick Mars Says Solo Album will be ‘Harder’ Than Motley Crue
The guitarist also expressed his desire for Beatles-style vocals on the release.
Yes, Led Zeppelin Supergroup Drummer Wants Recordings Released
Veteran says it would be “quite amazing” to complete XYZ songs -- perhaps with Robert Plant singing.