In Search of America: 50 Very Diverse Rock Songs About the U.S.
What’s more American than rock ‘n’ roll? Rock ‘n’ roll songs about America, that’s what.
Underrated Rolling Stones: The Most Overlooked Song From Each Album
With so many classic tracks, it's easy to forget many of the band's less-celebrated gems.
Underrated Elton John: The Most Overlooked Song From Every Album
For all the great singles, sometimes the best moments on the Rocket Man's records are the deep cuts.
30 Years Ago: John Candy Brings Laughs, Sweetness and Pathos to ‘Uncle Buck’
John Hughes' film transcends “crazy uncle watches nieces and nephews, learns the meaning of family” plot.
Yes, Elton John’s Stepfather Really Was That Great
Fred "Derf" Farebrother later served as the singer-songwriter's band chauffeur and sometime roadie.
Revisiting Elton John’s Masterpiece, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’
This was the second studio album he released in 1973, and his seventh in five years. Oh, and it was a double album.
Billy Joel Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Ultimate Classic Rock ranks Billy Joel albums, from worst to best.
10 Years Ago: The Beatles Release ‘Let It Be…Naked’
In 1969, everybody had a hard year, and everybody had a good time. It was a year in which history seemed to be tripping over itself -- the moon landing, Woodstock and Altamont, and the slow disintegration of the Beatles.
48 Years Ago: The Beatles Finish ‘Rubber Soul’
On Nov. 11, 1965, the Beatles convened to finish recording their sixth album, 'Rubber Soul.' Entering the studio at around 6PM, they realized they were a couple songs short of the 14 tracks slotted for the new record. Believe it or not, John Lennon and Paul McCartney were having trouble writing enough material for the album. So they "tossed off" a few new songs and resurrected a cast-off
50 Years Ago: ‘Beatlemania’ Is Born
When the Beatles took the stage fifty years ago today (Oct. 13 -- ignore the date on this video) to appear on the variety show 'Sunday Night at the London Palladium,' they were four lads armed with the simple tools of their early classics--a bass, two guitars, drum kit. The psychedelia, the massive studio productions, the brilliance and adoration, suspicion and disintegration -- those were years a