Remembering the "touching show of unity" that led to the drummer's sole lead-vocal turn on 1967 LP
"How about if we become an alter-ego band?" McCartney would recall asking the group following French road trip and Kenyan safari in late 1966
Horses on the dance floor, an orgy in the street, Andy Warhol and Donald Trump sightings, and other tales from NYC's most legendary nightspot
Pitch-shifting, plagiarism fears and other factors that played into Robert Smith and Co.'s MTV-friendly "dumb pop song"
Stolen pop riffs, Warhol's wild ideas, an ill-fated Greenwich Village residency and other elements that influenced the band's legendary debut
How a Georgian mansion, a roadie's death, an "Infinite Guitar" and more played into the band's career-defining 1987 album
"The Loco-Motion," Monkees' 'Head' theme and other standouts from legendary songwriter's vast catalog
Why "Silver Springs" was left off the LP, how the band's Rolling Stone cover shoot fueled Steve Nicks and Mick Fleetwood's affair, and more
How an uncredited bassist, Jim Morrison's acid-fueled studio meltdown and a fateful Buick ad played into band's legendary first LP
How Glenn Frey's drug dealer, Don Henley's king-size mattress and other behind-the-scenes elements played into band's dark 1976 masterpiece
From pranking Phil Collins to hosting Hells Angels, read lesser-known tales from singer-songwriter's life outside Beatles
From sneaking Lady Di into a gay club to concealing his final resting place, read lesser-known tales of vocal legend's life
"We fell into each other's arms through some process of elimination," Cohen said of affair that inspired "Chelsea Hotel No. 2"
Explore hits and misses from legendary singer-songwriter's formative days
How singer-songwriter returned from brink of retirement to create painstaking, groundbreaking 1976 release