31 Years Ago: Red Hot Chili Peppers Release Their Self-Titled Debut
The Red Hot Chili Peppers' path to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame began with this tentative first step.
24 Years Ago: Lollapalooza Makes Its Debut
Daytime temperatures hit 111 degrees, Nine Inch Nails played a one-and-a-half minute set and Jane's Addiction got into a fistfight on stage. It's July 18, 1991.
Check Out Post-Punk Legends Reimagined as Marvel Superheroes
Artist Butcher Billy reimagines New Wave and post-punk icons like Morrissey as Marvel superheroes and the results are awesome.
14 Songs for Victims of Love on Valentine’s Day
We get it -- you're in love. Here's a playlist for the rest of us.
Martin Luther King Jr. On the Power of Music
"Everybody has the Blues. Everybody longs for meaning. Everybody needs to love and be loved."
Dec. 8, 1980: The Day the ’70s Ended
The '70s were the "Inevitable Beatles Reunion" decade, until they couldn't be anymore.
Arlo Guthrie’s ‘Alice’s Restaurant,’ Thanksgiving’s Go-To Song
Each Thanksgiving there's only one song trotted out like that enormous turkey platter your grandmother loves so much.
The Foo Fighters Invade Texas On This Week’s ‘Sonic Highways’
Grohl and company explore the Live Music Capital of the World in this week's episode.