45 Years Ago: Led Zeppelin Go Rockabilly With ‘Candy Store Rock’
'Presence' single was a playful – if deceptively complex – homage to their early rock roots.
Why Alex Lifeson Got Kicked Out of a Music Store Every Week
Rush guitarist was once a regular presence at Long & McQuade in Toronto.
Styx’s ‘Crash of the Crown’ Could Have Been a Double Album
Guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw discusses band's new album in exclusive interview with UCR.
Foo Fighters Cover Bee Gees for Record Store Day LP
Limited-edition album also includes five live-in-the-studio versions of 'Medicine at Midnight' tunes.
How Tom Petty’s ‘Learning to Fly’ Became a Quiet Redemption Song
Lead single from 'Into the Great Wide Open' presented a subtle spirit of determination.
What Happened to Queen’s Lost Collaboration With Rod Stewart?
Song was originally conceived as a collaboration between British rock legends before Freddie Mercury's death.