35 Years Ago: Billy Joel Makes History With Soviet Union Shows
"You never could have told me I'd be playing rock 'n' roll in Russia," the Piano Man marveled.
How Heart Finally Made a Hit Out of ‘Alone’
It took several tries — and several years — before song became a chart-topper.
15 Years Ago: Sammy Hagar Sells Cabo Wabo Tequila for $80 Million
What started as a small endeavor became a massive success for the Red Rocker.
John Mellencamp’s ‘American Fool': Beyond ‘Jack and Diane’
There's more to his only No. 1 album than its two massive singles.
How Bryan Adams Stretched His Songwriting on ‘Into the Fire’
Singer-songwriter aimed for a new approach on the follow-up to hit 'Reckless.'
Eagles Pay Tribute to Late Glenn Frey at Detroit Performance
"It's always a little bittersweet to come play here, but we are forever connected with you," Don Henley told the audience.
How Ronnie Spector Helped Eddie Money Score His Biggest Hit
Duo logged a knockout with 1986's "Take Me Home Tonight."
How Steve Perry Started Believing in Christmas Again
Former Journey singer says recording new holiday music has put him back in the spirit after last year's socially distant season.
Meat Loaf Is Working on New Music and TV Show: ‘I’m Not Done’
"My voice is in incredible shape," says 'Bat Out of Hell' singer.
Rolling Stones Shows Will Still Have Charlie Watts’ Stamp on Them
Band's longtime production director says there "is always a piece of Charlie in the show."