“Treat Her Right” had a popular resurgence after appearing in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
How three visits on a Sunday variety show changed the course of rock and roll forever in America.
In 1969, the legendary group played its last public performance.
These movies just wouldn’t be the same without purple hazes, waterfalls, and foxy ladies.
D.A. Pennebaker’s classic rock documentary captured Dylan as we’ve never seen him before or since.
Lou Reed and John Cale lead listeners through a seminal blend of arty audacity and frenzied aggression.
Dennis Wilson is one of several artists who temporarily fell under Manson’s spell.
Sean Durkin’s long-delayed film looks to finally be moving forward.
These artists are proof that sometimes all you need is one hit.
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years is due out this September.
Newly unearthed interview hears The Velvet Underground leader discussing his contemporaries.
Whereas our forefathers sang of “Gems” and “Sweethearts”, we’re content with … “U” and “Thang”.