“If [this] isn’t an important milestone in the history of modern music, then I don’t know what is,” Oliver Murray, director of “Now and Then: The Last Beatles Song,” tells us.
Petty and the Heartbreakers’ “Mojo” has been reissued on what would’ve been his 73rd birthday. Speaking to Jeff Slate in 2010, he called the album “something really special.”
The Who’s chief architect looks back on their ambitious, never-released concept album—and hints at where he and Roger Daltrey stand on the future of the band.
The Mott the Hoople rocker tells The Daily Beast about his new album “Defiance, Part 1” and working with everyone from Johnny Depp to Billy Bob Thornton.
The rock legend discusses his all-star autism benefit, becoming an empty nester, and writing all those classic songs.
The legendary New York Dolls frontman talks to The Daily Beast about the Scorsese-helmed documentary “Personality Crisis: One Night Only,” and so much more.
The surviving members of Pink Floyd and their key collaborators recall the moment rock ’n’ roll grew up.
Wu-Tang Clan’s de facto leader talks to us about celebrating the legendary hip-hop group’s “unsung heroes” and going bigger and bolder for the Hulu show’s third and final season.
Twenty-five years later, and with a new box set helping to tell the tale, producer Daniel Lanois and engineer Mark Howard remember the birth of Dylan’s “Time Out of Mind.”
Croz, who died Thursday, knew the end of his life was ‘where the rubber meets the road’: ‘Whatever time I’ve got,’ he said, ‘I want to spend it making art that will outlast me.’