Aerosmith’s Rocks was released 42 years ago today (May 3), and in its own right, it’s a classic album, but it certainly had a lot to live up to considering it was released a little over a year after Toys in the Attic.
AC/DC's debut album High Voltage was released 42 years ago today (April 30.) The album features some of the band's biggest fan favorites, including "T.N.T." and "It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll)," but those pesky critics at Rolling Stone didn't think too highly of the Aussie's debut effort.
If you’ve been following the Olympics, you know that the Ladies’ Short Program was last night and included some interesting song choices thanks to the new rule that allows skaters to use music with lyrics.
Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album was released 49 years ago today (January 12.) Besides being one of the best albums of all time, Led Zeppelin also has one of the best opening tracks of all time, too.
The late Syd Barrett would’ve turned 72 today (January 6), and besides being Pink Floyd’s founding guitarist/frontman, one of his other biggest contributions to the band’s history is serving as the inspiration to “Shine On You Crazy Diamond,” an epic and favorite among fans the world over.
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band dropped the single “Night Moves” in December of 1976. The track undoubtedly helped secure Seger’s star status coming off of the success of Live Bullet, but the track also remains one of the best songs about, for lack of a better term, getting busy. In honor of the anniversary of “Night…
In the wake of AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young's death this month, a campaign has been launched in the U.K. to make the group's 1982 hit "For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)" the Christmas week No. 1 in the U.K.
Any differences and grievances were put aside Tuesday (November 28) as AC/DC alumni Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd, Cliff Williams and Mark Evans joined family and friends of the late Malcolm Young during a funeral service at St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney, Australia.