It’s just a small publicity photo — or is it? What makes this photo so important to rock and roll hall-of-famer Roger McGuinn? Why is it a priceless memento from the early days of The Byrds?
“Frampton Comes Alive” is still one of the top-selling live albums of all time. Peter Frampton says it has allowed him to do what he loves every day.
What do the Rolling Stones and tree farming have in common? Keyboardist Chuck Leavell is a rock legend and a world warrior.
He learned his craft in the Greenwich Village scene of the ’60s and like a fine wine has perfected with age. Introduce yourself to the music of this amazing songwriter/guitarist.
For someone who’s done it all, seen it all and tried it all, all rock ‘n’ roll legend Eric Burdon wants is to not be misunderstood. He’s divulging the secrets, struggles and accomplishments of being a rock hall-of-famer in his new book.
It’s one thing to be a role model to somebody, but it’s a whole other accomplishment to be an inspiration to a whole entire generation! Rocker Gary US Bonds even influenced musical legend Bruce Springsteen!
For a man whose music literally defined the 1970s, it’s surprising that Harry Wayne Casey is just as popular today. Known for hits like “Get Down Tonight” and “That’s the Way I Like It,” he’s the man behind K.C. and The Sunshine Band.
Petula Clark became a mega-superstar in Europe before crossing the ocean and becoming a household name in America with her hit song “Downtown.”
Listing off Robert “Kool” Bell’s awards could take forever. But he and his group, Kool & The Gang, don’t seem to be going anywhere. Ten years after their last album, they’ve expanded the band 12 and added an intergenerational touch to their music.
Legendary rock star and founding member of the band Jay and the Americans, Sandy Yaguda, is having fun bringing his band back to life.