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Mick, Keith, Ronnie Talk About Missing Charlie, and 2021 Tour

In a wide-ranging interview, the remaining members of the Rolling Stones talk about the past, present and future of the band

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12 Influential Early MTV Videos

Remember when the cable channel played music? Billboard magazine’s video editor saw all the early MTV videos and selects the significant clips

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Lita Ford: Queen of the Rock Guitar

The founding member of the all-female punk band, the Runaways, enjoyed solo success a decade later. “The Queen of the Rock Guitar” still rocks

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Remembering Jimi Hendrix in Greenwich Village

Guitar World magazine’s Founding Editor heard and met Hendrix in 1966 in Greenwich Village, where he believes the guitar icon truly developed

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B.B. King May Be Gone But the Thrill Remains

In our tribute, we describe how he gave his all to blues music, and as a result became its preeminent ambassador the world round.

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David Clayton-Thomas on His Early Years With Blood, Sweat & Tears

DCT: “I had to go back to Canada to renew my visa. A couple of days later I got a call. ‘Do you want to try out for the band?’ I said, ‘You’re damn right.’”

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9/11: The Music Events That Helped Bring Us Back 20 Years Ago

Two music events—“America: A Tribute to Heroes” and “The Concert for New York City”—were organized following the tragic events of September 11, 2001

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10 Grammy Album of the Year Hits & Misses

“And the winner is…” often leads to a lot of head shaking. We’ve identified some that were well-deserved and others that didn’t make sense

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The Hollies’ ‘Long Cool Woman’: Admit It, You Don’t Know the Lyrics

It’s a song you’ve heard 100s of times. When it comes on the radio, you perk up because its instantly recognizable guitar introduces a welcome listen

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra Interview, 2021 Winter Tour

The 2021 winter tour celebrates an album for its 25th anniversary. We spoke to TSO founder Paul O’Neill shortly before his unexpected death

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