The Beatles are rarely hailed as a band known for parceling out one all-timer of a guitar solo after another, but nearly any Beatles buff grapples with the pleasing task of sorting out which solos stand apart from the rest, such was the sheer volume of worthy exemplars. Here are 10 that make a worthy…
Paul Simon’s storied career has had a number of incredible moments, but perhaps the most magical took place September 19, 1981 when over 500,000 people gathered to watch him reunite with Art Garfunkel in the now historic “Concert In Central Park.”
That hand infection is far worse than expected for Ozzy Osbourne, who is now canceling the remaining four dates of the North American leg of the “No More Tours 2” tour, which were already rescheduled due to said infection.
Daryl Hall celebrates his birthday today (October 11), and besides his continued touring with John Oates, one of the best projects he's done in recent years is Live From Daryl’s House, which features live performances of Hall with a variety of guests.
Well...Lindsey Buckingham’s story of how he was ousted from Fleetwood Mac sure is interesting! Then again, should any of us expect anything less from one of the most tumultuously dramatic bands in history?
Benjamin Franklin is wrong. There are three things in this world that can be said to be certain: Death, taxes and rock fans losing their sh*t every year when the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announces the nominees for their next induction class.
U2’s Rattle and Hum, the soundtrack album to the film of the same name, was released 30 years ago today (October 10), and while the film gets knocked by critics and fans for being a bit pretentious, there is no denying the soundtrack album, especially its original tracks, is simply stellar.