How a calculating band of lawyers, promoters, cons and other vultures have plundered the grave of Jimi Hendrix
Unearthed and re-recorded Hendrix tracks pop up on new album 'Crash Landing'
The Capetown to Swaziland Blues: Afrikaner politics and principles in apartheid South Africa
A Q&A with the Who's unhinged British millionaire drummer about the band's origins, 'Tommy,' touring, dealing with massive success, unbridled hedonism
Britain's Presley plays for Jesus
Rock and roll fashion revivalists
Use of the drug spreads through music and the culture at large
Arthur Janov treats neurosis with screams and counts John Lennon among his fans
Las Vegas prepares for the King
'Kiss kiss, flutter flutter, thank you thank you'
"Is that a lot?" says Mick Jagger
The band enjoys LA amid complaints about too-high ticket prices
Less crowds, more peace at sixth annual installment of folk festival
Uncovering the history of rock and roll with John Gilliland