Get back to the site of the Fab Four's disastrous meditation retreat
For those who photograph rock, we salute you
The National Portrait Gallery’s senior historian David Ward takes a look at the rock 'n' roll legend's new memoir
Rock the Pope
The new Meryl Streep vehicle is the latest in a long history of movies about bar singers
What gives a musical group its identity? Is it the name on the poster or the people on the stage?
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?
The spikes on one hardcore species inspired scientists to name it after Joe Strummer of the Clash, who was also an ardent environmentalist
The writer and director of <i>Jimi: All Is by My Side</i> speaks about making living history from legend
Hearken back to the era of punk and new wave music with these snapshots
Playing to the middle-aged crowd at the New Frontier Hotel, Elvis' first Vegas show didn't go over so well
They'd go on to change American music forever, but the press focused on the moptops
Elvis has been gone for nearly 40 years, but a newly published photo shows the King at age 13
The '70s music scene is being reexamined in these books by and about the major players of rock 'n' roll
An Oval Office photograph captured the bizarre encounter between the king of rock and roll and the president
Featuring acts such as the Beach Boys, James Brown and the Rolling Stones, The T.A.M.I. Show defined popular music for a generation
In the 1950s, Wanda Jackson was one of the first women to record rock 'n' roll.
Bo Diddley's beat changed the course of rock music. And his lyrics evoked a history that reached all the way to Africa
Moscow-born Regina Spektor draws on classical music roots to create and perform pop songs of rare originality
Thirty years after the King's death, there's still a whole lotta shakin' goin' on, thanks to legions of "tribute artists"
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