Sterling Whitaker is a Nashville-based musician and music journalist. He is the author of two books: 'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' and 'The Grand Delusion: The Unauthorized True Story of Styx.' He has appeared as a guest on VH1, BBC Radio and radio all over North America. Whitaker is also very involved in animal rescue.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse, ‘Walk Like a Giant’ – Song Review
There's great news for Neil Young fans; not only is the iconic rocker releasing a new album with the world's greatest garage band on Oct. 30, from the sound of its first single, 'Psychedelic Pill' is going to be a classic Crazy Horse production.
The Rolling Stones Release Trailer for ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ Documentary
The Rolling Stones are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year by releasing an in-depth documentary titled 'Crossfire Hurricane,' and now fans can get an early look at the film in a new trailer that's been released online.
Rolling Stones, Joe Cocker Songs Appear in ‘Flight’ Trailer
The upcoming Denzel Washington movie 'Flight' is already one of the most hotly-anticipated films of the year, and a trailer for the flick reveals not only a stellar cast and story, but some great classic rock tracks, too.
Def Leppard Mourn the Death of Keyboardist Dick Decent
The members of Def Leppard are mourning the passing of their friend and sometime collaborator Dick Decent, who had played with the band live as well as in a side group with Joe Elliot and Phil Collen.
Aerosmith Releases Second Making of ‘Music From Another Dimension’ Episode
Aerosmith are preparing to release their first studio album in more than ten years in November, but their eager fans can get some early sneak previews inside the recording sessions via a series of online webisodes.
28 Years Ago: Kiss Break out the Synths on ‘Crazy Nights’
Kiss made a stab at Top 40 glory on Sept. 18, 1987 with 'Crazy Nights.'
Neil Young Says Music Is Taking Its Toll on Him
Neil Young once famously sang, "It's better to burn out than to fade away" in 'My My, Hey Hey,' but the 66-year-old rocker isn't doing either one just yet - despite his admission that continuing his touring career is getting harder as he grows older.
Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Talks Politics: ‘I’m a Definite Old School Republican’
You might think of Aerosmith as the ultimate rock and roll bad boys, but when it comes to politics, at least one of the legendary Boston-based rockers is a bit more conservative. In a new interview, guitarist Joe Perry expresses his frustration with the current political climate, describing his beli…
Heart Share Crazy Van Halen, Led Zeppelin Stories in New Book Preview
After a four-decade career as the reigning queens of rock, there's not much Heart founding members Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson haven't seen. Their new book 'Kicking & Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul and Rock & Roll' pulls the lid off their legendary career, shari…
Wolfgang Van Halen Joins Mark Tremonti as Touring Bassist
It looks like Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen won't be sitting around unemployed while waiting for his father, legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen, to recover from his recent emergency surgery. The 21-year-old musician has been tapped to join Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti …