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Bert Berns: Behind-the-Scenes Producer/Songwriter Legend

“The greatest untold story of rock ‘n’ roll.” The Rock Hall inductee co-wrote “Twist and Shout” and “Piece of My Heart” and produced “Brown Eyed Girl”

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Tom Scholz Talks About Boston’s Recording Process

On the eve of the band’s big 2017 Hyper Space Tour, the mastermind behind one of classic rock’s biggest bands spoke to us about touring, recording and more

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Founding Eagle Randy Meisner Remains Largely MIA

The band’s original bassist – and singer/co-writer of the group’s 1974 #4 hit song “Take It to the Limit” – has had a rough time in recent years

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The Animals: A ‘Lost’ Interview with the Five Original Members (Part 1, the Early Days)

In 1983 the British Invasion band famous for “House of Rising Sun” got together one last time. Our editor spoke with all five members.

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Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’ (as a ’90s Sitcom)?: Here’s How

A talented editor has taken elements from the 1980 psychological horror film and created a brilliant, breezy “what if?” parody as if it were a 30-minute sitcom

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Russ Solomon, Late Tower Records Founder: Interview

In a 2017 interview, the founder of the Tower Records retail music corporation discussed the history of the company. He died in 2018 at age 92

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When a Label Chief Threatened to Cancel Metallica Signing

An Elektra Records senior executive paints a great picture of an industry legend: “You have to get out of here. That guy is crazy”

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10 Seminal Hard Rock Albums

Albums from Deep Purple, Steppenwolf, Led Zep, Black Sabbath and The Who are all significant benchmarks in the birth of hard rock. Check out the complete list and see who’s #1

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Henry Diltz on the Early ‘70s Los Angeles Music Scene

The legendary photographer shares his recollections–and photos–of many of that vibrant music scene’s fixtures including Linda, Joni, Jackson and the Eagles

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16 Songs That’ll Make You Feel Groovy

Nobody says groovy anymore. But there was a time when they said it a lot–and sang it too. Here are some of the grooviest songs you’ve ever heard.

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