Daptone Records co-founders Gabriel Roth and Neal Sugarman detail bittersweet process of recording late singer's 'Soul of a Woman'
The guitarist's bad behavior got him fired from one of rock's wildest bands. Retired in Florida, he's ready to make peace with his past
As alt-rock was devolving into a cliché, Eddie Vedder & Co. dismantled their sound and broke free
At 23, he's made a great LP and been invited to Kanye's studio. But Archy Marshall just wants to be left alone
Singer-drummer also delves into his country roots, moving on after Glenn Frey's death and how the band's songs take on new meaning in the age of Trump
Inside the heady rise, hard fall and unlikely rebirth of the band that inspired Nirvana, founded Rock for Choice and redefined punk feminism
As his band releases its 20th album, the prolific musician and label head explains how 'D&D' and a "zen" work ethic fuel his underground empire
Rhythm guitarist's grasp of the swing at the heart of the hard-rock masters' sound powered the group for four legendary decades
After promoters announce tour's swan song, pop-punk frontman reminisces about its no-frills, egalitarian origins and its ultimate legacy
At home with the chart-topping rapper as he sounds off on race, guns, his buddy Justin Bieber, and the pleasures of Olive Garden
New book 'Everything's Bigger in Texas' details Renaissance man's drug-fueled adventures with musical and Hollywood A-listers
The Platters, the Flamingos, and other pioneering performers share stories of divided audiences, Jim Crow absurdities and harrowing violence
The creators of 'Red Roses, Green Gold' on how they brought Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's songs to the stage
As band releases film and album of last-ever concert, Ozzy Osbourne & Co. look back on their farewell tour and ahead to what the future might hold
With a large community of performers living abroad, some hope it will help internationalize the country's music. But how to keep the dream alive?