The new movie, The Beatles: Get Back, looks quite promising.
Van Halen’s oversized influence on popular music stretched well beyond hard rock.
Eddie Van Halen pushed away rock’s pretentious revolutionaries and said, “Let’s party.” Preferably naked.
If you were looking to build a Mount Rushmore of the founders of rock n' roll, it would have to include Little Richard.
In politics, he’s a rock-and-roll bully; she’s an American pragmatist with a heart of gold.
If there’s anything more dangerous for rock music than musical ambition, it is literary ambition.
The Rush drummer, who died on Tuesday after a long, quiet battle with brain cancer, was a one-of-a-kind musician and lyricist.
The delicate reflectiveness of his lyrics, like his attractively humble singing voice, tethers him to us, makes him unusually relatable.
Did you know that Bob Dylan’s Blonde on Blonde and The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds were released on the same day, 50 years (and 4 days) ago? Well, Tablet’s Liel Liebovitz knew, and it led him to ...