30 Years Ago: Van Halen Cook Up a Hit With ‘Poundcake’
First single from 'For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge' arrived with some new six-string tricks up its sleeve.
30 Years Ago: Jimmy Page Jams With Locals on Memorial Day Weekend
Former Led Zeppelin guitarist played with two Lake Tahoe bar bands while in the area working on 'Coverdale-Page' album.
35 Years Ago: ‘Dallas’ Brings Bobby Back from the Dead
Ratings fell when the popular character was killed off, so the prime-time soap opera invented a way to bring him back.
Van Halen’s ‘Fair Warning': A Track-by-Track Guide
Band's 1981 album remains its darkest work, but it's also a fan favorite.
25 Years Ago: How ‘Humans Being’ Spelled Disaster for Van Halen and Sammy Hagar
Their initial 11-year association ended slowly, and then all at once.
20 Years Ago: ‘Blow’ Joins a Long Line of Drug-Smuggling Classics
Like most stories involving illicit activities and drugs, it all goes bad in swift fashion.
10 Things We Learned From Producer Ted Templeman’s New Book
Boards veteran sheds light on his work with Van Halen, the Doobie Brothers, Aerosmith and others.
30 Years Ago: Aerosmith Party On as Guests on ‘Wayne’s World’
Band appeared on 'Saturday Night Live' on Mike Myers' first episode as a full-time cast member.
35 Years Ago: ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’ Rides Off Into the Sunset
Series never recovered its early momentum when its two stars temporarily left due to a dispute over merchandising royalties.
Federal Election Commission Dismisses Complaint Against Kid Rock Over Faux Senate Run
Apparently enough people bought into the prank by Rock that he was running for Senate that the FEC had to get involved.
Gene Simmons on ‘I Was Made For Loving You': I Hate That Song
It might be one of the biggest hits for KISS, but that doesn't mean the Demon has to like it.
Contrary to Popular Belief, the Compact Disc Isn’t Dead Just Yet
Reports of the death of compact discs has been greatly exaggerated according to a new study.