Toronto rock trio Rush has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame and Canadian Music Hall of Fame, and received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame. But you know you’ve really made it when three capybaras are named after you.
The Tigers Jaw/Saintseneca/Smidley tour is about to come to an end, hitting Philly tonight (6/23) before wrapping things up in Boston on Saturday (6/24). Last night (6/22), the tour rolled through NYC for a show at Webster Hall... Continue reading…
A bass owned and played by James Jamerson, the 2000 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee who Base Player magazine named the "Greatest Bass Player" of all time, set a world record for the most valuable bass ever offered at auction in Heritage Auctions' June 17-18 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Event in Beverly Hills. Show More Summary
There may be no questions left that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend Frankie Valli has not been asked in the nearly six decades he has serenaded the world. In his own words: “of every question there is, I have been asked it at least 50 or 100 times,” he said with a […]
Bill Monroe is credited with the creation of Bluegrass Music, and that distinction has earned him inductions into both the Country Music and Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, as well as the International Bluegrass Music Association's Hall of Honor. Though the singer passed away in September 1996, his legacy still casts a huge shadow…
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is planning its first international expansion with a branch in Japan, the world's largest music market after the United States. The shrine to rock culture, which runs a popular museum in Cleveland and each...Show More Summary
The Jay Z news just keeps rolling out—days after former President Barack Obama helped induct the Magna Carta Holy Grail artist into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame, he and Beyoncé are celebrating the birth of their twins, who will almost certainly eventually rule us all. Show More Summary
KISS might be in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, and he might have received awards for his humanitarian work, but Gene Simmons is still worried about his legacy. It’s not enough to have sold over 70 million albums with his band—according...Show More Summary
For those of you keeping an eye on the progress of the first Delta Airbus A350, there’s good news today, with the plane rolling out of the Airbus paint shop in Toulouse. Delta Air Lines A350-900 rolls out of paint hall – Image Airbus/Delta...Show More Summary
Cleveland has the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, Nashville has the Country Music Hall Of Fame, and now New York will be getting a Hip-Hop Hall Of Fame early next year. This comes from Fact Magazine, which says the nonprofit behind the project...Show More Summary
When the time for mandatory minicamp rolled around last year, Packers coach Mike McCarthy excused all players with five or more years of experience from those practices. With the Packers set to play in the Hall of Fame Game last year, McCarthy cited the longer than usual training camp as the reason why the veterans…
No wonder the Whisky was the first venue inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Next year, Radiohead will be eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the first time, an institutional accolade the band have given exactly zero thought to. In an outtake from Rolling Stone’s bottomless well of recent Radiohead interviews, the band greets the idea of being inducted with ... More »
The interview that keeps on giving... Rolling Stone recently talked to Radiohead for a cover story about OK Computer's 20th anniversary, and they keep on publishing new details from their conversation. Last week, we ran down 11 of the most interesting quotes about their classic album, and just today we found out that they considered…
Rolling Stone has released the outtakes from Radiohead’s recent interview with the publication. During the original interview, the band revisited OK Computer, and also touched on A Moon Shaped Pool, their personal lives, and more. In...Show More Summary
On a special edition of NBA Soundsystem, legendary bassist and recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jeff Ament joins hosts Brent Barry and Laurence Scott for a wide-ranging conversation about the NBA, music, and more.
Billboard reports that Gregg Allman has died. A multiple-time Grammy winner, Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, and the author of Southern rock hits like “Melissa” and “Midnight Rider,” Allman had been suffering from health problems for some time; he was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 2007, and received a liver transplant in 2010. Show More Summary