Individually and collectively, The I-Threes were a powerful and unique unit that helped lift Bob Marley’s music even higher.
Beastie Boys’ ‘Paul’s Boutique’ album was a slow burn at first, but its mind-boggling inventiveness is now hailed as one of the cornerstones of hip-hop.
Before there was Woodstock, there was Woodinville. In July 1969, thousands gathered to watch an all-star line-up at the first Seattle Pop Festival.
On July 25, 1970, Eric's name appeared on the charts as a solo artist for the first time.
The success of the American rock band was amplified when The Who took them under their wing.
The history of ‘Fever’ includes some strange tales and unlikely artists. Here are some of the best cover versions of the song made famous by Peggy Lee.
Recorded in 1973, ‘It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (But I Like It)’ is one of the most iconic Rolling Stones songs of all time.
Tony Visconti tells the story of the time he and Marc Bolan arrived in Los Angeles and created a pop classic.
Released in advance of 9/11, Jimmy Eat World’s ‘Bleed American’ album found itself taking on unintended dimensions, but has survived as an alt.rock classic.
The first Temptations single may have gone nowhere fast, but the label stuck with them, and soon they began to grow into soul giants.
‘At Fillmore East’ cemented the band's live reputation for delivering incendiary southern rock.
A tribute to the breadth and depth of The Beatles’ work, there is no shortage of Beatles jazz music taking the group’s songs into new territory.
With his debut Blue Note album, Lonnie Smith established himself as one of the rising new stars of organ-driven soul-jazz in the late 60s.
The best Slash solos are effortlessly iconic in every way, with the Guns N’ Roses guitarist proving to be the last in a dying breed of rock legends.
2Pac, Biggie, Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Missy, Outkast, Dre, Snoop: The 90s were a decade in which hip hop became one of the biggest genres in the world.