20 Years Ago: The Who Carries on Without John Entwistle
His death could have ended the band. Instead, it launched its next era.
When Def Leppard’s ‘Make Love Like a Man’ Raised Eyebrows
Song's lyrics prompted some questions, but were never meant to be taken too seriously.
Revisiting Rush’s First and Final Concept LP, ‘Clockwork Angels’
According to guitarist Alex Lifeson, the 2012 album allowed drummer and lyricist Neil Peart to "express himself on a wider platform."
Phil Collen Looks Back at 40 Years With Def Leppard
After decades of playing with the band, guitarist recalls how the journey began.
Why Heart’s ‘Private Audition’ Deserves a Better Legacy
Despite being band's first commercial failure -- and marking the beginning of a down period -- there's still quality material found on the 1982 LP.
Rusty, ‘The Resurrection of Rust': Album Review
Elvis Costello digs up early band for six-song EP.
When Meat Loaf Was a Motown Singer
Before he became a bat out of hell, the future rock star was part fo the duo Stoney & Meatloaf.
When the Steve Miller Band Reached a New Peak With ‘Book of Dreams’
"I felt like it was really in a groove," frontman says of productive late-'70s period.
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.