British magazine MOJO compiled a tribute to “Physical Graffiti” with White Denim, Blackberry Smoke, Laura Marling, Michael Kiwanuka and others.
The connection between rock and rollers isn’t easy to figure out, but luckily a few very smart, diligent people over at Pop Chart Lab have drawn it out for you.
In an interview with the BBC about the reissue of Led Zeppelin’s first three albums, guitarist Jimmy Page said the likelihood of a band reunion show is slim.
Every week during season six, Radio.com will check in with “True Blood” Music Supervisor Gary Calamar.
Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones engineer Andy Johns died Sunday (April 7) at the age of 61. Johns began his producing career as a tape operator at London’s Olympic Studios after quickly ditching a career as […]
Bay Area rock legends Metallica have announced the details regarding the band’s upcoming concert film, Metallica Through The Never, which is now set for wide release in American movie theaters on August 9. “We’re back […]
John Paul Jones played on the Foo Fighters’ 2005 album “In Your Honor,” and at the 2008 GRAMMYS he conducted an orchestra that backed the Foo Fighters on their performance of “The Pretender.” Grohl tells CBS Local that actually being in a band with Jones meant a great deal to him.