"Kashmir" is the only Led Zeppelin song to use outside musicians, as it needed strings and horns.
The comedian Steve Martin had a hit in 1978 with "King Tut." The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, who Martin would open for on tour, were his backing band on the song.
At the end of "Love Bites" by Def Leppard, there are some vocals that are hard to understand. It was rumored that they were: "Jesus of Nazareth, Go to Hell." It is actually producer Mutt Lange saying "Yes it does, Bloody Hell," with a thick British accent.
Avicii's "Wake Me Up" was the first ever song to reach 200 million streams on the Spotify music streaming service.
"Torn" by Natalie Imbruglia was first recorded by the group Ednaswap in 1993. It was written by Ednaswap's Anne Previn and Scott Cutler, who went on to write some hits for Miley Cyrus.
"All Star" was written as a confidence builder for fans who were bullied for liking Smash Mouth.
Long before she was judging contestants on American Idol, Oliver was producing Paula Abdul. Here's how he helped turn this unknown choreographer into a star.
Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Mila Kunis and John Malkovich are just a few of the film stars who have moonlighted in music videos.
Tim and his brother Richard are the Furs' foundation; Tim explains how they write and tells the story of "Pretty In Pink."
Lyrics don't always follow the rules of grammar. Can you spot the ones that don't?
The man who created Yacht Rock with "Sailing" wrote one of his biggest hits while on acid.
Some album art was at least "inspired" by others. A look at some very similar covers.