Allison Rapp is a New York City-based music and culture journalist. Her work has appeared in Brooklyn Magazine, City Limits and more. She tweets at @allisonrapp22
July 29, 1966, Marked New Eras for Bob Dylan, the Beatles and Cream
When one door closes, another opens.
17 Rock Stars Who Haven’t Returned From COVID-19 Lockdown Yet
Live rock music is returning ... slowly.
Steely Dan Announce 2021 U.S. Tour and New Live Albums
Tour will launch in October, just after release of two LPs.
When the Grateful Dead Helped Lithuania Win Olympic Bronze
Basketball team got a miracle in 1992 thanks to the American jam band.
When Eagles Joined Richard Marx: Book Excerpt
In his new memoir, singer recounts the time three superstar band members helped out on breakthrough single "Don't Mean Nothing."
Watch Foo Fighters Cover Bee Gees’ ‘You Should Be Dancing’
Clip comes just a few days ahead of the band's alter-ego album 'Hail Satin.'
10 Facts About Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 Self-Titled Album
This wasn't a debut album but with new members and a new musical direction, it could just as well have been.
Journey’s Neal Schon to Auction Off More Than 100 Guitars
"I've experienced them all. And it's time to share that experience with others."
Bruce Springsteen’s Daughter to Compete at 2021 Olympic Games
Jessica Springsteen will appear on the U.S. equestrian team next month in Tokyo.
Former Uriah Heep Frontman John Lawton Dead at 74
Singer also worked with Lucifer's Friend and the Les Humphries Singers in the early '70s.
When Tom Petty’s ‘Woman in Love’ Was Overshadowed by Stevie Nicks
Second 'Hard Promises' single may have suffered commercially because of a bigger hit released around the same time.
When Chicago Got Meta on ’25 or 6 to 4′
"It’s a song about writing the song," cofounder Robert Lamm said of the hit.