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A hit for Madeline Bell that was a bigger hit by a Motown supergroup
It’s the 35th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s “In Through The Out Door”
In honor of the release of …Like Clockwork, we review the 10 best Queens of the Stone Age songs to date.
We’re counting down our Top 50 favorite rhythm sections of all time! See who made the list as we look at numbers 35 through 21.
Most rock supergroups are less than the sum of their parts, so Jason Miller listened to Them Crooked Vultures with a cautious ear. Should you believe the hype?
Rock Court is back in session, and this time, the fate of God — a.k.a. Eric Clapton — hangs in the balance. Take your seat in the jury box!
In this week’s edition of Caught on Tape, Steven Rosen journeys back to 1977, and his time spent in the eye of the Led Zeppelin hurricane.
In his latest Popdose Interview, Michael Burke talks with Nickel Creek’s Sara Watkins about her debut solo album, her songwriting techniques, and something called a Hardanger fiddle.