Obsessive music fan, specifically Bowie, Heart, Cheap Trick, Roxy Music, etc.
Five Reasons Duran Duran Should Be in the Rock Hall
Induction would be the cherry (... ice-cream smile) on top of a 40-plus year career.
40 Years Ago: Duran Duran Release Second Single, ‘Careless Memories’
Encouraged by the group's record company, follow-up to "Planet Earth" was a modest hit.
5 Reasons Tina Turner Should Be in the Rock Hall of Fame
She's already in the HOF for her groundbreaking work with ex-husband Ike Turner, but this powerhouse deserves solo induction, too.
When David Bowie and Bing Crosby Rang in the Holidays
"Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy" remains one of the most absurd (but charming) TV duets of all time.
When Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx Was Declared Dead
This band has had nine lives, and their bassist might have used up at least half of them.
The Day Neil Peart Played His First Show With Rush
Contrary to popular belief, it wasn’t their initial American concert.
How Heart Went Mainstream With Their Self-Titled Hit Album
By the time 1985 rolled around, they were at a serious career crossroads.
How Nirvana Hinted at Future Greatness on ‘Bleach’
When Nirvana released their debut album 'Bleach' on June 15, 1989, few could have predicted that the Kurt Cobain-led group would eventually change the world.
Paul McCartney Inducts Ringo Starr Into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame
Ringo Starr has learned many things in his decades-long musical career, but during his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction speech, he gave his top tip for musicians in a band: "If you fart, own up."
Fall Out Boy Induct Green Day Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
The members of Fall Out Boy inducted Green Day into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with a speech detailing the band's status as musical trailblazers.
Peter Wolf Inducts the Paul Butterfield Blues Band Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Influential Chicago blues act the Paul Butterfield Blues Band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Hank LoConti, Cleveland Agora Founder, Dies at 85
Hank LoConti, who founded Cleveland's famous Agora theater, has passed away.