UFO's Strangers In The Night captured a great rock band at their peak, and is one of the all-time great live albums. But by the time it was released, they were no longer the band who’d made it
Bad Company was “basically a spaghetti western set to music”, but it gave the band their theme song and gave rock a classic
Lifelong fan Randy Bachman looks at the impact of The Beatles, and the the music of their quietly pivotal, influential youngest guitarist, George Harrison
Fifty years ago, they arguably created the first rock opera concept album – but they never got the glory. What went wrong? We find out the story behind that album, and ask: how prog are The Pretty Things?
Blackmore's Night singer Candice Night on coping with stage fright, hair metal fashion, and Ritchie Blackmore's haunted clock
Interview: Life of Agony singer Mina Caputo on growing up in a hate-filled home, female oppression, and the dangers of touring
They run festivals, manage top bands and are generally the brains behind many of rock’s biggest stars. These are the women quietly running rock’n’roll
Right from the off, in ’89, Gun were thrust into the big time: appearing on Top Of The Pops, supporting the Stones… Now, with a new album out, they’re hoping to get back there
Almost three decades since their last album, how did the Dream guys find themselves recording again?
Despite his claim that his new album is more pop than prog, Steven Wilson has long struggled to break into the mainstream. But why? We join Wilson to discuss his place in modern music
With a rock’n’roll heart but a country exterior, Jason Isbell suffered from an identity problem. Now, with a gritty new album, he’s finally found his audience
After all the drink, drugs, fighting and… sore feet, Aerosmith are back on the road for what will be the last time. Or will it? The Toxic Twins reveal all