Every year, the Recording Academy chooses a select number of songs and albums to be inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame, and this year’s class features some of classic rock’s biggest and most-influential tracks and LPs.
Tonight (December 12) marks the first night of Hanukkah, and thanks to Adam Sandler referring to the holiday as “Eight Crazy Nights,” we thought we’d look back at eight crazy nights in classic rock history. Enjoy!
The Kingsmen classic “Louie Louie” was released on this day in 1963 and is best known for its unintelligible lyrics that caused such a stir the FBI launched an investigation on the suspicion that the track contained dirty lyrics. (It didn’t.)
"I am the Great White Buffalo and I play an American-made Gibson guitar that can blow your head clean off at 100 paces." Whatever that means, Ted Nugent. Now to the world's most valuable guitars and other Great White guitar-playing Buffalos. Here's a top five:
When guitar players get together it's usually a matter of both camaraderie and competition. But some of the greatest cite Jimi Hendrix's arrival in London during September of 1966 as a galvanizing moment.
In celebration of "Guitar Month," we gathered a list of five great guitar documentaries available through Netflix to stream throughout April. This list spans decades and crosses genres, taking a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of some of the most wildly popular music icons and their lasting legacies.