Jeff Giles and Matt Wardlaw
35 Years Ago: George Thorogood Releases the Career-Defining ‘Bad to the Bone’
George Thorogood and the Destroyers seemed like unlikely candidates for a breakout hit in 1982.
That Time Foreigner Started Over With ‘Unusual Heat’
Foreigner ended the '80s as one of rock's most successful acts — and then they lost singer Lou Gramm to a solo career, forcing founder Mick Jones to start over for the band's seventh studio album.
How ‘Takin’ It to the Streets’ Redefined the Doobie Brothers’ Sound
They stared down a crisis prior to the sessions for this sixth studio album, making a fateful personnel decision.
The Complete History of Damn Yankees
Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, Michael Cartellone, Ron Nevison and John Kalodner discuss their short-lived supergroup.
How Joe Walsh’s First Post-Eagles LP Picked Up Where He Left Off
After the Eagles dissolved in 1980, he quickly got to work on a new solo project.