Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist based in metro Detroit. In addition to Loudwire, he contributes regularly to Billboard, Ultimate Classic Rock, Media News Group, the Cleveland Plain-Dealer/Cleveland.com, Consequence, Music Connection, VenuesNow, United Stations Radio Networks and others. He reports every Friday on music news with Bob & Brian in the Morning on WHQG-FM in Milwaukee and periodically with the Drew & Mike podcast out of Detroit. He is the co-founder and co-producer of the Emmy Award-winning Detroit Music Awards. He was the founding editor of the MusicHound Essential Album Guide series and has co-written and edited books about Neil Young, Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen, Rock & Roll Myths and, forthcoming, Alice Cooper.
Tom Petty’s 1997 Fillmore Residency Gets Box Set Treatment
Famed 20-date run with Heartbreakers included several cover songs and many guest appearances.
Carlos Santana Collapses Onstage Due to ‘Medical Emergency’
Guitarist passed out approximately an hour into his set.
‘It’s Not Journey!': CNN Hosts Debate Band’s New Year’s Eve Show
CNN became the unlikely location for a New Year's Eve debate about Journey.
Led Zeppelin Leftovers: Four Songs That Didn’t Make It Onto ‘IV’
Tracks eventually would be included on other albums.
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.
Paul Stanley Reveals New Plans for the End of Kiss’ Farewell Tour
Guitarist talks band's future.
Gina Schock: Go-Go’s Have Some ‘Very Exciting’ Things in Store
Drummer also discusses band's upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
How Huey Lewis Overcame Commercial ‘Pressure’ for Massive ‘Fore!’
'Sports' follow-up spawned hits "Stuck With You" and "Hip to Be Square."
Journey’s ‘Escape’ at 40: Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain Look Back
Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain look back on the creation of Journey's 1981 commercial breakthrough.
10 Facts About Tom Petty’s ‘Into the Great Wide Open’ Album
LP followed frontman's first solo project.