Belgians squeeze new juice from old genres
He taught Mark Wahlberg how to rock, and was offered a blow job by a very unlikely nonagenarian. He's former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist and Black Label Society founder Zakk Wylde
The none-more-black blues-punks from the Belgian underground are “on a mission”. Meet The Sore Losers...
Henry Yates on the latest releases from King King, James Leg, Mark Harrison, Larry Miller and Reverend KM Williams
'Jeez, what a morbid interview' - former Eagles guitarist Don Felder answers life's most difficult questions
Foghat are in that select group of Brit bands with US hits who never had any success at home. Their defining moment came with this mid-70s single about rock'n'roll mainstay S-E-X.
Inspired by sci-fi and Dutch cigars and recorded while the band sat their A-Levels, Ash's Girl From Mars was truly out of this world
Henry Yates on the latest releases from Joe Bonamassa, Devon Allman, The Coal Porters, Sari Schorr and Aynsley Lister
Irish rockers The Answer ditch the blues for something darker and more personal on the title track of their sixth album
The raunchy Paul Rodgers ballad that became an aphrodisiac anthem for his 70s supergroup Bad Company
He got the boot from the Bluesbreakers, helped Bill Clinton into office, played the fool with Arnold Schwarzenegger and nursed sore heads with Keef. He's Fleetwood Mac mainman Mick Fleetwood
Mountain man Leslie West recalls inspiration, amputation and the revelation of watching Cream on LSD.
As sales of Hysteria stalled, Def Leppard's US record company released Pour Some Sugar On Me in a last-ditch attempt to recoup the album's enormous costs. It went on to become a phenomenon
In 2013, Sammy Hagar released a blues album. “If I’d turned in this record back in the Van Halen days,” he says, “the record company would have told me to shove it up my ass…"
Keeper of the blues Joe Bonamassa talks about forum trolls, obsessed fans and delusions of grandeur…
Fusing a whodunnit novella with Rory Gallagher’s darkest songs, Ian Rankin's Kickback City is much more than a bog-standard box-set.
He’s sold millions of records and filled arenas, but teenage Metallica fan-turned-country rock outsider Eric Church is spurning the mainstream
American bluesman Walter Trout opens up about school bullies, the dangers of spaghetti and the mess that was his old liver
Henry Yates on the latest releases from Laurence Jones, Seratones, Larkin Poe, Charlotte Carpenter and Gary Hoey