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
McLaughlin looks back to Seventies alongside fellow jazz-rock icon Chick Corea, while Miller honors T-Bone Walker with Jimmie Vaughan