If you’re a fan of rock music from the last few decades of the 20th century, you’ll snap to attention at the sight of a Beatle, a Zep, an Eagle, an Aerosmith and a Top. Those durable music artists…
In the days when guitar gods ruled the Earth, Jimmy Page commanded his own celestial body. As the lead guitarist in the Yardbirds, he had inherited the mantle once worn by Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck…
The magic for Led Zeppelin fans is far from over. The legendary rock band is reissuing its first three albums with previously unreleased live and studio tracks as the beginning of an “extensive…
The Grammy Awards will never be perfect, and maybe they shouldn't be. But that doesn't mean they don't matter. After enduring years of dinosaur jokes and slumping ratings, the Recording Academy has…
In his new book "What You Want Is in the Limo," Michael Walker points to the '70s, more specifically 1973, as the year when the screw turned, when Zeppelin, the Who and Alice Cooper went onstage.
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have pacted with BMG for representation of their interests in the Rolling Stones' publishing catalog. As of July 1, the music unit of German media giant Bertelsmann…
Underscoring the breadth of artistic aspirations driving many of today's European directors, Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties" is one of three English-language films helmed by a Euro director playing in…
Andy Johns, a longtime music engineer and producer who worked with artists ranging from Led Zeppelin to Television, the Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix, died on Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 61…
Some Oscar rituals take a while to grow in Hollywood.
There may be bigger music libraries, but Sound Adventures is the only one that can boast of having the Vienna Boys Choir in its repertoire.
Always one of the TV year's classiest evenings, the latest edition of the "Kennedy Center Honors" features two notoriously prickly stars, David Letterman and Dustin Hoffman.