College rock in the 90s was comprised of solid, predominantly American rootsy rock – here are 10 of the best albums the genre produced
The 80s was the decade of brat packers, teen movies, and big films about fast cars and fighter pilots – all of which had killer soundtracks. We round up 10 of the best
We went to see Pearl Jam play the O2. We got the Trump balloon, a set that smashed the curfew, and a whole load of hysteria
They’ve come a long way since winning the Best New Band at the 2014 Classic Rock Awards. With a third album out, The Cadillac Three are here to take southern rock’s crown
For many, The Cure of the 1980s was that of smudged lipstick and funny pop songs, but as albums Pornography and Disintegration showed, the reality was much darker...
￼In a career that's gone from folk rock to glossy AOR, Heart’s Ann and Nancy Wilson have seen both the good times and the bad. We chart the ups, downs, drug highs and emotional lows
In 1988 Bon Jovi were living with the pressure of following up Slippery When Wet. Fifteen years on, we discovered how recording New Jersey and the tour that followed nearly spelled the end
60s folk gave way to 70s troubadours and a generation of singer-songwriters who could rock as well as strum. Here's 10 of their best albums, from Neil Young to Bruce Springsteen and beyond...
Lawnmowers into swimming pools, death threats, hit records: Heart were mega in the 80s. Then grunge burst the bubble. CR catches up with Ann and Nancy Wilson's return to their roots.