Robert Plant's "Heaven Knows" is a satirical look at the '80s, when style seemed to trump substance.
Even though Johnnie Taylor's "Disco Lady" was the first US #1 with the word "disco" in its title, it wasn't a disco tune. He was just singing about disco.
"Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve samples an obscure orchestral arrangement of the 1965 Rolling Stones song "The Last Time." The Verve had to sign away most of the royalties before they could release the song.
Bono wrote "Sweetest Thing" for his wife to make up for working on her birthday.
"Centerfield" was the first song enshrined in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.
The good doctor shares some candid insights on recording with Phil Spector and The Black Keys.
Roger tells the stories behind some of his biggest hits, including "Give a Little Bit," "Take the Long Way Home" and "The Logical Song."
The Creed lead singer reveals the "ego and self-fulfillment" he now sees in one of the band's biggest hits.
As Procol Harum's lyricist, Keith wrote the words to "A Whiter Shade Of Pale." We delve into that song and find out how you can form a band when you don't sing or play an instrument.
One of the most popular classical vocalists in the land is lining up a trip to space, which is the inspiration for many of her songs.
Richard explains how Joe Walsh kickstarted his career, and why he chose Hazard, Nebraska for a hit.