45 Years Ago: Rolling Stones Stage Benefit Concert for Nicaragua Earthquake Victims
The Rolling Stones lifted their unofficial ban on doing benefit concerts on Jan. 18, 1973, when they performed to aid the earthquake victims of Nicaragua.
When the Beatles Signed Their First Contract With Brian Epstein
They were one of the most popular bands in Liverpool, but still desperate to find a manager.
An Insider’s Guide to the Rolling Stones’ ‘Exhibitionism’ Collection
Exhibitionism -- the Rolling Stones' massive collection of rare instruments, stage costumes, lyrics, posters and album art -- spans from their early days at cramped London clubs to today's concerts.
An Insider’s Guide to Sotheby’s ‘Rock and Roll Anthology’ Auction: Exclusive Interview
On Dec. 10, Sotheby's will bring to the auction block some of the most historically important artifacts of rock history.
Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason on ‘The Early Years’ Box Set and More: Exclusive Interview
We spoke with Pink Floyd's drummer about the pre-'Dark Side of the Moon' days of the band.
‘The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, The Touring Years': Movie Review
If you were a Beatles fan at the start of the British Invasion, you saw rock music change forever.
The Story Behind the Cover of the Beatles’ ‘Revolver’
The Beatles' Revolver, one of the earliest albums of the psychedelic era, debuted in the U.K. on Aug. 5, 1966; its U.S. release came three days later.
When the Beatles Began ‘Revolver’ Sessions With ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’
The title – inspired by one of Ringo Starr's malapropisms – never appears in the song.
A Look Back at the Beatles’ Early Days at the Cavern Club
They wore leather jackets and jeans onstage, infuriating owner Ray McFall, who was no fan of rock 'n' roll.
How ‘Disco Demolition Night’ Turned Into a Chicago Riot
The blockbuster success of 1977's 'Saturday Night Fever' had persuaded many radio stations to switch from rock to disco.