Concerts and Tours, News, New Music Two of the three surviving members of the Clash -- guitarist Mick Jones and drummer Nicky "Topper" Headon -- have recorded together for the first time since sessions for 1982's 'Combat Rock.' The former bandmates have joined forces with activist musician Billy Bragg and several inmates for a rendition of their 1978 song 'Jail Guitar Doors' in an effort to promote a campaign to help rehabilitate prison inmates.
Mick Jones’s rock and roll bookmobile. A defense of Dave Matthews. A big lineup for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s twenty-fifth anniversary concerts: Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, and more. Jimmy Page weighs... Read Post
If the name had not already been taken, Fleetwood Mac might be more accurately known as the Buckinghams. Guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, dubbed the veteran rock band’s “mentor” and “maestro” by drummer and co-founder Mick Fleetw... Read Post
Last week Rolling Stone rang up former Clash drummer Topper Headon to talk about the making of the band’s classic 1982 album Combat Rock (read the full story in our new issue, on stands now). When we asked him how he wrote “Rock The... Read Post