Jeff Giles and Matt Wardlaw
35 Years Ago: George Thorogood Releases the Career-Defining ‘Bad to the Bone’
George Thorogood and the Destroyers seemed like unlikely candidates for a breakout hit in 1982.
That Time Foreigner Started Over With ‘Unusual Heat’
Foreigner ended the '80s as one of rock's most successful acts — and then they lost singer Lou Gramm to a solo career, forcing founder Mick Jones to start over for the band's seventh studio album.
How Doobie Brothers Redefined Their Sound on ‘Takin’ It to the Streets’
The Doobie Brothers stared down a crisis prior to the sessions for their sixth studio album, making a fateful personnel decision.
The Complete History of Damn Yankees
Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, Michael Cartellone, Ron Nevison and John Kalodner discuss the short-lived supergroup Damn Yankees.
How Joe Walsh’s First Post-Eagles LP Picked Up Where He Left Off
After the Eagles dissolved in 1980, Joe Walsh quickly got to work on his next solo project.