Why George Michael Sang Queen’s ‘Somebody to Love’ to Just One Person
He took the stage at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness while enduring a very personal pain.
35 Years Ago: ‘Crossroads’ Offers a Twisted Take on the Blues
The Ralph Macchio-starring film drama was inspired by the mythology of blues legend Robert Johnson.
Alice Cooper Recalls the Artists Who Made Detroit Great: Exclusive Interview
Motor City's other iconic artists range from Iggy Pop to Motown.
Underrated Led Zeppelin: The Most Overlooked Song From Each Album
Some of the band's most ambitious, interesting songs are deep cuts and lesser-known tracks.
19 Famous and Forgotten Eddie Van Halen Concert Collaborations
Some of the guitar legend's greatest moments with other artists happened onstage.
Glenn Frey’s Death: Five Years Later
Eagles began an unexpected final chapter, despite his passing.
35 Years Ago: ‘Clue’ Riffs on Mystery, Murder and Madcap Comedies
An initial dud at the box office, this clever comedy found second life as a cult hit.
40 Years Ago: Tom Selleck Defines ’80s Cool with ‘Magnum, P.I.’
After failing with other TV projects, this detective role finally made him a star.
Angus Young: Eddie Van Halen Had a ‘Very Tight Bond’ With Malcolm
The AC/DC guitarist remembered the friendship between his brother and Eddie Van Halen.
45 Years Ago: Lynda Carter Makes ‘Wonder Woman’ a TV Icon
A made-for-television movie starring the previously unknown actress led to a series that lasted three years.
‘The Goldbergs” Eight Greatest Classic-Rock Moments
Rush, REO Speedwagon and Queen are some of the many artists to have their music featured on the sitcom.
How the Events of 2020 Changed Bon Jovi’s ‘2020’ Album: Interview
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer discusses charity, America and how "Runaway" was more socially conscious than one might have thought.