How the Darkness’ Debut Single Nearly Torpedoed Their Career
The ultravulgar "Get Your Hands Off My Woman" landed with a thud in February 2003.
Why One INXS Member Struggled With ‘Devil Inside’
1988 single helped mark a turning point in hot band's career.
Men at Work: Where Are They Now?
Original lineup scored two No. 1 hits, but broke up just three years later.
Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett’s 2022 Tour: A Tale of the Tape
A look at the vital statistics of all four acts on this summer's biggest tour.
Geddy Lee Slams ‘Bad’ Decision to Axe Baseball Radio Broadcasts
The ardent Blue Jays fan is upset that his team has done away with their dedicated radio broadcast.
How Canadian TV Regulations Gave Birth to Bob and Doug McKenzie
Demands for "distinctive Canadian programming" led to the characters' creation.
How Label Pressure Helped Eric Clapton to a Big Hit With ‘Forever Man’
The only consolation was how well it all worked.
40 Years Ago: ‘That’s Incredible!’ Airs Insane Pre-‘Jackass’ TV Stunts
Eighties show presented real people doing weird, wonderful and occasionally stupid things for thrills and laughs.
How Queen’s ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ Came Together
Written quickly and inspired by Elvis Presley, the song became the band's first U.S. No. 1.
How Slash’s First Solo Album Rekindled His Love of Music
'It's Five O'Clock Somewhere' reminded the Guns N' Roses guitarist how much fun it was to be in a band.