Warren Haynes formed the band as an Allman Brothers side project. Two thousand gigs later, they've created a cult of their own
Even at the height of his fame, the brilliant singer struggled to outpace his demons
"When he opened his mouth and started singing ... there was this honesty that made a connection with people that was undeniable"
He was a grunge god and one of rock's most powerful singers. He channeled his dark side into his songs – until it finally got the better of him
"There is definitely an energy, definitely a sound at the Garden," guitarist says of venue that will host the band's upcoming "Baker's Dozen" shows
As they gear up for a North American reunion tour, members of the beloved Australian band reflect on their legacy – and their "prophetic" back catalog
Singer on recruiting everyone from Mavis Staples to Noel Gallagher for 'Humanz' album, and life as an "aging Britpop-er"
The latest from indie-rock supergroup BNQT, Seventies-style synth specialists Survive and other acts that stood out in Austin
Laurie Anderson, archivist Don Fleming talk complete, career-spanning trove of late icon's papers and recordings
How Canadian duo survived a breakup and staked their claim as one of rock's most exciting young bands
Our take on epic box set memorializing late saxophonist-composer Ornette Coleman
Guitarist on what he learned from late uncle and Allman Brothers bandmate – and what he'll miss most
Expanded classics, unearthed obscurities and other historical gems
From the stage to the page: The year's best memoirs, essay collections and more
The year's best archival sets – from Pink Floyd's early odyssey to Bob Dylan's greatest tour, from deep funk to outlaw country