We ring the Hell's Bells to see what songs and rockers are sincere in their Satanism, and how much of it is an act.
Michelob commercials generated hits for Eric Clapton, Genesis and Steve Winwood in the '80s, even as some of these rockers were fighting alcoholism.
A talk with Martin Popoff about his latest book on Rush and how he assessed the thousands of albums he reviewed.
Kiss is the subject of many outlandish rumors - some of which happen to be true. See if you can spot the fakes.
When a waitress wouldn't take him home, Jack wrote what would become one of the Eagles most enduring hits.
The lead singer of Everclear, Art is also their primary songwriter.
Dolly Parton is just fine with Whitney Houston's cover of "I Will Always Love You." Said Parton: "She can have the credit. I just want my cash."
The Frankie Goes To Hollywood hit "Relax" is, as the band says, about "shagging." It was banned by the BBC, which sent it to #1 in the UK as listeners flocked to record stores to buy it.
Village People lead singer Victor Willis, who co-wrote "Y.M.C.A.," insists it isn't a gay song - it's about hanging out with your buddies.
The Fratellis song "Chelsea Dagger" was named for their lead singer's wife - it was her burlesque name.
Adam Levine of Maroon 5 made it obvious who their song "This Love" was about when he named the album "Songs About Jane."
"Baby Got Back" isn't just a booty song: it's about "Lack of acceptance by Hollywood of the African-American body."