Rock and Roll
Naomi Weisstein fought against the idea of women as objects in both the fields of psychology and rock 'n roll
James Watt, who was outed from office in the early 1980s, said the only songs he knew were 'The Star Spangled Banner' and 'Amazing Grace'
Curator Kevin Strait from the African American History Museum details the day he met the great musician
In 2012, Berry donated his red Eldorado Cadillac to the Smithsonian
The vicious Velvet Underground frontman will live on at the New York Public Library
Take a tour through Americana music history
A new center will celebrate the glory days of Boss and other American musical icons
This Halloween, check out a genre devoted to Harry Potter's Wizarding World
The collections in the show "Musical Crossroads" at the African American History Museum are near encyclopedic in their scope
Don’t stop believin’ in the power of music
A la Graceland
Get all shook up with the winners of this year's Tribute to the King
Get back to the site of the Fab Four's disastrous meditation retreat
For those who photograph rock, we salute you
The new Meryl Streep vehicle is the latest in a long history of movies about bar singers
Even today you can visit the site where groups such as R.E.M. found a true artistic genius
Rock fans do their own investigative work to understand their favorite groups’ influences. So why can’t the rest of us get with the program?
A new exhibition showcases the Sunset Strip's "rock 'n' roll billboards"
This week a new Smithsonian Folkways compilation and a Smithsonian Channel show highlight the seminal blues man of the century
Musicians, historians and critics tell us what they consider to be the greatest game changers for the industry
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