Linkin Park is an outlier. The band’s risky creative choices—swinging wildly from song to song, album to album—are a hallmark of their career.
How do you replace the most exciting and innovative frontman in rock-n-roll history? You simply don’t.
Legendary Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen chats with the Mighty Manfred about the group’s kickass new album We’re All Alright! and looks back on 45+ years of a life in rock ‘n’ roll. This one is a must-listen!
The first thing you notice when you meet Little Steven Van Zandt is his eyes. He has an intense gaze that invites engagement on all things rock ‘n’ roll, but doesn’t suffer fools gladly. This isn’t an aloof rock star – this is a True Believer.
It was 50 years ago that Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play – and it was released roughly 18 years before I was born.
Opposing tides flowed into each other in Las Vegas on Friday evening as the candy-colored festival goers heading north to the Electric Daisy Carnival walked through a mass of faded Pink Floyd t-shirts in the queue outside T-Mobile Arena.
Perfect weather and late spring wanderlust means only one thing: it’s time for a road trip.