Al Green’s hit train left the station in ’67
Tag Archives: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Tonight’s the Night was a small hit at the beginning of a Hall of Fame career
Proving once and for all that they care about the fans, Kiss has decided not to play with their most popular lineup at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Wilson Pickett had a storied career with Atlantic Records in the ’60s.
This week the pre-Beatles spotlight shines on Atlantic’s Queen of R&B, the one and only Ruth Brown.
In the spring of 1959, the Flamingos achieved immortality with one of the most beautiful pop songs ever released.
Now that Rush is at long last in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it’s as good a time as any to look at their best material… from the ’90s to today.
Axl Rose sent a (no) thank you card to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Popdose staff couldn’t help but analyze it.
More than just the guy who plays keyboards for David Letterman, Paul Shaffer is really one of the more underrated musical icons of the last 35 years — something illustrated in Shaffer’s new autobiography, We’ll Be Here for the Rest of Our Lives, as well as his Popdose Interview with Will Harris.