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25 Years Ago: David Coverdale and Jimmy Page Make an Album Together
Jimmy Page and David Coverdale, two veterans eager to prove themselves outside of their famous bands, joined forces on the album Coverdale/Page, which was released on March 15, 1993.
Blue Murder Keyboardist Nik Green Dies
Blue Murder keyboardist Nik Green died last night (March 13) after what his former bandmate Tony Franklin called "a brave battle with cancer."
Iggy Pop’s Had Enough of You … Yeah, YOU!
Iggy Pop ends his new album 'Post Pop Depression' with a spectacular rant against modern society.
Dave Grohl Plays the Beatles’ ‘Blackbird,’ Pays Tribute to David Bowie at Oscars
Dave Grohl performed the Beatles' 1968 song "Blackbird" as tonight's Oscar ceremony In Memoriam segment paid tribute to David Bowie and other stars the film world lost in the past year.
How Led Zeppelin Recorded ‘Physical Graffiti’
Led Zeppelim released 'Physical Graffiti' on February 24, 1975.
Classic Rock’s 25 Best Selling Albums
We look at the classic rock artists who have racked up the most platinum awards according to the Recording Industry Association of America.
Lady Gaga Steers Her David Bowie Grammy Tribute Into Cruise Ship Hell
Lady Gaga's Grammy tribute to David Bowie COULD have worked...
Rock Star Vs. President Songs
10 classic rock songs about various Presidents of the United States of America.
Fixing the Grammys: Who Should Have Won Every Year’s ‘Best Rock Album’ Award
The Grammys have been handing out awards for Best Rock Album for a little more than two decades now – and by our count, they've chosen the correct record exactly three times.
25 Years Ago: Mick Jagger Goes Solo Again on ‘Wandering Spirit’
It took him three tries, but on Feb. 8, 1993, Mick Jagger finally released a solo album Rolling Stones fans could fully get behind.