27 Rock Songs That Got a Second Life From Movies and TV
The Beatles, Queen and the Doors are just some of the artists who got new boosts thanks to the big and small screens.
In Defense Of: Starship’s ‘We Built This City’
People often make fun of the 1985 hit... But they also love it.
35 Years Ago: ‘Crocodile Dundee’ Hits Huge With Australian Charm
Star and co-writer Paul Hogan wanted film to be his country’s pioneering blockbuster — and he succeeded.
Why George Michael Sang Queen’s ‘Somebody to Love’ to Just One Person
He took the stage at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness while enduring a very personal pain.
Candy, Sandy and Rosie: Bruce Springsteen’s Greatest Title Characters
He's at his best when he devotes a single song to a single relationship.
When Dee Snider and Leslie West Celebrated Passover on TV
Anthrax's Scott Ian also joined for 2005 VH1 Classic special 'Matzo and Metal.'
Dreams: Imagining Van Halen’s ‘5150’ With David Lee Roth
Let's make some educated guesses based on history and artistic trajectories – and a little bit of wishful thinking.
35 Years Ago: ‘Crossroads’ Offers a Twisted Take on the Blues
The Ralph Macchio-starring film drama was inspired by the mythology of blues legend Robert Johnson.
35 Years Ago: John Hughes’ ‘Pretty in Pink’ Explores Teen Romance
Every character in the writer's most mature teen romance has something in common: Nobody is getting the love they want, need and think they deserve.
Alice Cooper Recalls the Artists Who Made Detroit Great: Exclusive Interview
Motor City's other iconic artists range from Iggy Pop to Motown.
Underrated Led Zeppelin: The Most Overlooked Song From Each Album
Some of the band's most ambitious, interesting songs are deep cuts and lesser-known tracks.
How Elvis Costello Reinvented Himself on ‘King of America’
Songwriter's 10th LP showed he could lovingly riff on Americana royalty.