Musicians who have joined the Kindie rock movement
They might not be the best ("Achy Breaky Heart"), but they made a lasting impact
Spot the real origin stories behind these 20 band names
On their upcoming album, and "the darkest moment in my life"
On the true-life events that inspired "The Freshman"
A list of songs that get your heart pumping
Some of these songs inspired the films - others just took the titles
On the earmarks of his songwriting, producing Grand Funk, and the song that had the biggest influence on him
Rock 'n roll seemed doomed when on February 3, 1959, three of the genre's pioneers - Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson - died in a plane crash. A 17-year-old Paul Anka wrote Holly's last hit, released posthumously, "It Doesn't Matter Any More."More about Buddy Holly
The Doobies guitarist and lead singer, Tom wrote the classics "Listen To The Music," "Long Train Runnin'" and "China Grove."Read the Interview
A beloved film institution near London was the recording site for the Buggles' one album, and it made history.Read the Story
Nirvana, Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen are among those who wrote songs with cities that show up in this quiz.Take the Quiz
Stunning, staggeringly powerful song -- an all-time favorite among the many works of genius Billy Joel has created. From the lovely simplicity of the opening piano figure, it builds organically into a pop masterpiece of sheer grandeur and magnificence, a plaintive cry from the very soul of us all. The bridge ("I could find a lover... I could find a friend... I could have security until the bitter end") is one of the best encapsulations of human interaction and interpersonal relationships any philosopher could have possibly stated; Billy has an incredible facility with lyrical & musical invention which few could ever hope to duplicate or even come close!... continueComment by: Groovus Maximus from Boston, MA
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