Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
How Queen Embraced the Synthesizer on ‘Play the Game’
The band experimented with an Oberheim OB-X synth on the opening song from 1980's 'The Game.'
Which Songs Did Pink Floyd Play the Most in Concert?
The list features plenty of 'Dark Side,' some early staples and more 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason' than you might expect.
Brian May Says Nerve Pain ‘Paralyzed My Brain’
Queen guitarist revealed how recent injury has affected his daily life.
Watch Journey’s New Six-Piece Lineup Perform ‘Don’t Stop Believin”
Bassist Randy Jackson, drummer Narada Michael Walden and keyboardist Jason Derlatka helped play 1981 hit during benefit event.
Who Sang the Most Genesis Songs? Lead Vocal Totals
Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Ray Wilson — we looked through the band's catalog and ranked the results.
Bon Jovi and Billy Joel to Play COVID-19 Benefit
Tina Fey will host virtual telethon 'Rise Up New York!,' supporting New Yorkers impacted by coronavirus
Classic Rock on Amazon Prime: Documentaries and Concerts
A round-up of our favorite music-themed titles available on the streaming service.
Who Sang the Most Fleetwood Mac Songs? Lead Vocal Totals
More than a dozen members have stepped up to the mic in the band's half-century career.
Phil Collins Plans to Drum ‘Some Bits’ on Genesis Reunion Tour
"I've gotta start really seriously thinking, but I have already been working out what I'm gonna do and what songs to play on," frontman notes in new interview.
Genesis Reuniting for First Tour in 13 Years
"The Last Domino?" trek will feature trio lineup of Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford.
Who Sang the Most Eagles Songs? Lead Vocal Totals
Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Don Felder, Bernie Leadon, Timothy B. Schmit and Randy Meisner — we looked through the band's catalog and ranked the results.
Led Zeppelin’s ‘Physical Graffiti’ at 45: A Track-by-Track Guide
Here are the stories behind every song on the band's freewheeling 1975 double LP.