Duo recreate band's 1970 classic with awkward rhymes, errors on 'Tonight Show'
"Initially I felt a mixture of surprise, humility, joy and a bit embarrassed," singer says of honor
Expanded classics, unearthed obscurities and other historical gems
Carnegie Hall performance previews upcoming reissue of band's 1972 double album 'Everybody's in Show-Biz'
Brothers perform together for first time in nearly 20 years at Dave Davies' London concert
The Kinks guitarist on his new live album, an upcoming biopic and those never-ending reunion questions
The Beatles in mono, Led Zep's alternate takes, history's greatest bootleg and more of the year's best boxes rereleases and excavations
Singer on the Who ripping him off, Wes Anderson and whether he and his brother can agree to a Kinks tour
"I don’t want it to be a Ray Davies show where he lets his little brother stand in the corner," says the Kinks guitarist
"It's like I've been reborn," says the Kinks guitarist, who has fully recovered from a stroke. "A real second chance"
Long-held myth that Led Zeppelin guitarist created the track's distorted guitar sound and solo resurfaces
"I met Dave only last week to talk about getting together again," says co-founder Ray Davies of brother
Songwriters behind hits for Elvis, the Yardbirds and Gladys Knight & the Pips will also be inducted
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