Kevin Parker is a psychedelic monk with talent to burn — now can he learn to loosen up?
Fest organizer Jay Sweet on Jack White, George Wein and the elusive Bob Dylan
"I hope you like it enough tonight to go out and buy it!" Richards tells New York crowd
Guitarist also discusses the differences between playing with the Allmans and the Grateful Dead
Gov't Mule frontman releases first folk album 'Ashes and Dust' on July 24th
"Nobody matches that sound," blues legend says in a heartfelt tribute to his favorite rock band
On the bus as the band goes electric at Bonnaroo and beyond
Entire band spends rare night on the town together at blues legend's Chicago club
Guitarist on barbecuing with Phil Lesh and why his band won't let him wear cool sneakers
Show gives an in-depth look into the life of the reclusive late night host
"It was so weird watching Britt Daniel play my guitar," says singer Jeff Beam. "The whole night felt like a gift from the universe or something"
From killer jams to a deadly ep of 'Game of Thrones,' a complete rundown of the fest's essential moments
Kacey Musgraves could be a country superstar. But only if she gets to do it her way
New United Nations goodwill ambassador explains his role for World Environment Day
"It’s not the greatest for having a life or a family, but onstage is where we like to be," says singer Dan Reynolds of touring