Tales from his days in The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers
Queen's longtime photographer shares photos and talks about touring with the band
On "Best Day Of My Life" and mental health in music.
The Blue Note singer on bringing back the songs of Billie, Ella, and Nina
Our favorite episodes named for song titles and featuring those songs
How a song written to impress a girl went to #1 with some help from the owner of Myspace
A song about "being a Jesus for somebody else," inspired by Elvis and Priscilla
With four capable songwriters in the band, Queen kept their sound fresh, with stadium rockers like "We Are The Champions," throwbacks like "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," and the epic "Bohemian Rhapsody." It helped that their frontman, Freddie Mercury, could sing it all with the conviction of a preacher moved by a higher power.More about Queen
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The ladies who ruled the '90s in this quiz.Take the Quiz
Ever notice how the old gambler never actually gives him any advice? "What can you tell me, friend?" "You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em…" "Yeah yeah, I know that. But WHEN should I hold or fold?" "…know when to walk away, know when to run…" "When I'm several hands up? Or just a gut feeling?" "You never count your money…" "Oh, I'll know how much money I have. But when should I fold?" "…'til the dealin's done" "Look, mister, this is like Tommy Lasorda telling me I gotta know when to pitch to the batter and when to walk 'im. WHEN??" "You gotta know when to hold 'em…" "You mooched a cigarette, a lighter, and my last drop of liquor, and that's all you can tell me?"...
Did the corduroy jacket come from the Gap? Is their biggest hit a cover song? Take this Fact or Fiction to find out.Try the Fact or Fiction