Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Everything you’ve wanted to know about KISS but were afraid to ask.
Between original members and former members, the band just can’t sort out their differences.
Including a legendary cranky rock critic who “ripped Foreigner to pieces in the press,” but played air-guitar to them on weekends.
Phil and his brother Don made up the Everly Brothers, one of the most important groups of the early rock and roll era; they were a huge influence on, among others, the Beatles and the Beach Boys.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their 2014 inductees today and needless to say those who made it in were excited to receive the honor and more than happy to share that excitement with their fans.
“The day started off well,” Paul Stanley said, with uncharacteristic understatement.
Gene Simmons will no longer get to field the question that he is most frequently asked: How does he feel about KISS, one of the most influential bands of the past four decades, not being inducted […]
Interview: Rush’s Geddy Lee Talks ‘Clockwork Angels Tour’, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Pavement
Our lengthy interview with lead singer Geddy Lee on rerecording ‘Vapor Trails’, The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Pavement, and the Clockwork Angels Tour DVD that will be streaming exclusively on Radio.com starting tomorrow.
Radio.com called Dave Davies up to talk current projects, brother-on-brother musical feuds, and of course, whether the Kinks will ever work together again.
When we recently sat down with KISS frontman Gene Simmons, the topic of conversation at hand was the band’s new oral history. As is often the case with Simmons, the conversation veered toward an array of colorful topics.
Two twenty-somethings put down their iPads and log off Tumblr for as long as they can bear to talk about The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and, of course, come up with a number of reasons why they are unsatisfied with it.
Rock Hall Nominees 2014: Nirvana, Hall & Oates, KISS, The Replacements, Peter Gabriel, Linda Ronstadt & More
Besides Nirvana, Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel, The Replacements, Linda Ronstadt, Yes, Cat Stevens, Link Wray and The Zombies are also first-time nominees on this year’s list.
It’s their tenth live release, so a cynic might think that there’s nothing new here, even for the most hardcore of fans.
Those cynics would be wrong.
Jerry Cantrell and Sean Kinney talk about moving forward, religion, and more in an exclusive Radio.com interview.
Here, we take a look at Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble’s classic debut, 1983′s “Texas Flood,” released which turns 30 this month.