Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
Geddy Lee on Why Rush’s Rock Hall induction Was ‘Serious Moment’
Frontman says moment was way bigger than band anticipated.
Geddy Lee Refuses to ‘Live Off the Fumes’ Of His Past: Exclusive Interview
Geddy Lee talks about his new book and what his post-Rush future looks like so far.
Geddy Lee Explains Why It was ‘Bittersweet’ Performing With Yes at the Rock Hall Induction…
"I practiced, as I usually do, like a crazy person, to make sure I didn't embarrass Chris by my performance."
Alex Lifeson Says Greta Van Fleet ‘Can Carry That Banner For a Rock Band Into The Future’
"There's a real great future for them as they develop their own style - much like we did."
The Story of Slade’s Festive Glam Smash ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’
You can thank the mother-in-law of Slade's Jimmy Lea for this eternal Christmas classic.
5 Reasons Stevie Nicks Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
She's already enshrined as a member of Fleetwood Mac - but Stevie Nicks deserves her own place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
How Duran Duran’s ‘Seven and the Ragged Tiger’ Embraced the ’80s
"The vultures," John Taylor later admitted, "were definitely circling."
20 Years Ago: R.E.M. Find Their Way as a Trio With ‘Up’
When they returned with their 11th studio album, they sounded like an entirely different band.
Alice Cooper and Dennis Dunaway Dedicate Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Pinball Exhibit
Alice Cooper and Dennis Dunaway dedicated the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's pinball exhibit, which features the new game, Alice Cooper's Nightmare Castle.
Exclusive: How The New Hollywood Vampires Album Makes Alice Cooper ‘Uncomfortable’
Unlike the first album, this one will feature all-original material.
John Oates on the ‘Divine Intervention’ Behind His Blues Album ‘Arkansas': Exclusive Inter…
Joan Oates talks about his new album 'Arkansas,' which nods to his love of blues and roots music, and specifically the artist Mississippi John Hurt.
35 Years Ago: Ministry Release Disavowed Debut, ‘With Sympathy’
On May 10, 1983, Ministry released their debut LP, 'With Sympathy,' a dark New Wave album that band leader Al Jourgensen later completely disowned.