Phil Collen Looks Back at 40 Years With Def Leppard
After decades of playing with the band, guitarist recalls how the journey began.
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.
Glenn Frey ‘Wanted to Have Fun’ on Debut Solo LP ‘No Fun Aloud’
"[It] was a busting-loose album for me," Eagles member said of 1982 album.
How ‘Stevie Wonder’s Original Musiquarium I’ Swept the Charts
Legend saw an opportunity to break new ground with a compilation.
Timothy B. Schmit, ‘Day by Day': Album Review
Eagles bassist goes solo for his seventh LP of Southern California rock.
How Elton John Got Back on Track With ‘Jump Up!’
New band members helped steer the legend's career back in the right direction.
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.
How Timothy B. Schmit Crafted His New Solo Album ‘Day by Day’
"Honestly, I don't have a clue as to how I do this. I just sit down and I see what happens."
How Huey Lewis Scored a Surprise Hit With ‘Jacob’s Ladder’
"It wasn't meant to be a single," frontman admits.
Five Reasons Lionel Richie Should Be in the Rock Hall
"All Night Long" singer is an eyebrow-raising nominee for purists, but he deserves induction.