"Paul was a lot like me — opinionated, confident and not very afraid of anything," David Crosby says
The singer revisits the wild feeling of the early Seventies on a bright, uptempo album
"The next opening I have, we'll slot it in and get it out," says Springsteen of next album
Behind the scenes as the E Street Band launches their first tour in nearly two years. Plus: Springsteen's plans for his next album
John Paul Jones, Corin Tucker, Jeff Tweedy and more join Buck at latest Todos Santos Music Festival
Last year brought gold from the Zeppelin and Neil Young vaults, along with plenty of under-the-radar archival treasures
The Shultz brothers survived drugs, a tough childhood and each other to make their band one of the best in rock
The arty, unsettling 'Blackstar' is Bowie's best anti-pop masterpiece since the Seventies
"There was a big mirror there for Scott: taking what he saw in himself, whether he liked it or not, and making it into something great musically"
Massive sets from Dylan, Springsteen and more
'The Bottom Line Archive' series spotlights everyone from Janis Ian to Joey Ramone
Raitt digs deep, gets noisy with her longtime band on her first album since 2012
ZZ Top's guitarist on how the Stones, Devo and a backwoods cathouse inspired some supercharged Texas-blues classics
A múm spin-off, veteran acts from overseas and Björk's provocative press conference
"I have decided to put all of my energy into Iceland," singer says. "I can be more valuable here ... than if I tried to fly around the world and fight global warming"