Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
Rush’s Geddy Lee Isn’t Dead, Just Trending on Twitter
“Even I gulped when I saw I was trending," the bassist writes. "But I asked my dogs, and apparently I’m a bit boring but otherwise fine."
Led Zeppelin Album Art: The Stories Behind 9 Famous LP Covers
Their LP covers were as detailed and innovative as the music itself.
When Rush Expanded Their Horizons on ‘Fly by Night’ Tour
They weren't truly Rush until their imaginative second LP, and then the Canadian power trio bloomed further onstage.
Fleetwood Mac Dig Up 1974 Audio, Unreleased Track for New Box Set
Eight-CD collection will feature gig promoting 'Heroes Are Hard to Find,' along with unreleased tune "Good Things (Come to Those Who Wait)."
Eddie Van Halen-Owned Ferrari Up for Auction
Vehicle expected to bring between $150,000 and $200,000 at July sale.
The Beatles Are Rock’s Only Million-Selling Act So Far This Year
Queen, Imagine Dragons, Fleetwood Mac and Metallica round out Nielsen's top five from 2020's first half.
Kiss’ Paul Stanley: ‘Wear Your Mask!’
Singer also blasted "conspiracy theorists" on the subject.
Axl Rose Blasts Surgeon General Over Comments on Large Gatherings
Guns N' Roses singer exchanged tweets with Jerome Adams leading up to July 4 weekend.
Benny Mardones, ‘Into the Night’ Singer, Dies at 73
Singer cracked the Top 20 chart twice with his signature soft rock ballad.
Bob Dylan First Artist With Top 40 LPs in Seven Different Decades
Songwriter's latest record, 'Rough and Rowdy Ways,' debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard album chart.
Billy Gibbons’ ‘Rock and Roll Gearhead’ Book: Preview and Interview
"Every guitar maintains a special characteristic and personality," says ZZ Top leader. "No two are exactly alike. Same six strings, way different effect!"
Rock’s Best Summer Soundtrack Songs
When blockbuster films meet blockbuster songs — from 'Eye of the Tiger' to 'The Lion King'