The new book, King’s X: The Oral History, is out now via Jawbone Press.
The New Pornographers’ Todd Fancey wrote and recorded the now-classic number for the “Dinner Party” episode.
Including Jack White’s initial impressions of Yeah Yeahs, Bruce Springsteen’s pep talk to Conor Oberst, and that time Peter Doherty propositioned The Strokes’ Nick Valensi.
The band reflects on their landmark album 20 years later.
The festival’s founder, George Wein, discusses race and folk music in journalist Rick Massimo’s new book.
The band blames Adams for getting guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. hooked on heroin.
The story of four friends who tried running a studio and succeeded beyond their wildest dreams.
As told by Ian Mackaye, Henry Rollins, Bob Mould, and many others.