40 Years Ago: Air Supply Hit Big Time With ‘One That You Love’
You'd probably have a problem getting classic rock fans to admit liking their music. Such is the guilt inherent to guilty pleasure.
The Doors’ ‘L.A. Woman’: The Story Behind Each Track
Final statement from the band's original incarnation contains a little of everything that made them so engaging.
20 Great Aretha Franklin Covers
The Queen of Soul is gone, but we remember her skills as an interpreter of other artists' songs.
Cleveland DJ Recalls Chats with John Lennon, Brian Wilson
WMMS celebrates 50 years as former DJ recalls interviews with legends.
45 Years Ago: Stevie Wonder Seriously Injured in Car Accident
Legend says "I was definitely in a much better spiritual place" during four-day coma.
New Prince Album, ‘Piano and a Microphone 1983,’ Announced
It's 1983 and Prince sits at his piano to record a demo. Listen to the extraordinary results.
40 Years Ago: Barry Gibb Camps Out at No. 1 With Four Hits
In 1978, four consecutive songs written by Barry Gibb hit No. 1 -- a record that still stands. Here are their stories.
Dion Announces Release of 52-Year-Old ‘Lost’ Album
On May 12, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dion will release Kickin' Child: The Lost Album 1965.