Jon Bon Jovi turns 55 today (March 2), and it goes without saying that in addition to being an absolute force live decades after debuting, he has, without a doubt, aged extremely well. (And he's embraced a silver-haired look and got better looking. JBJ is unreal!)
The legendary Johnny Cash would have turned 85 today (February 26), and in a career that spanned six decades, there was one thing he could do better than nearly anyone else: Cover a song and make it his own.
Legendary record executive/DreamWorks studio co-founder David Geffen celebrates his 74th birthday today (February 21.) He may be mostly retired from the entertainment business, but there’s one thing he isn’t retired from: Posting amazing photos on Instagram.
On this day, February 8, in 2006, some of classic rock's finest took center stage at music's biggest awards show. U2, Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen turned in some great performances & U2 were nominated for 5 Grammy's. McCartney's performance was his first ever at The Grammy's. Check out some video from this memorable night.
Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album was released 48 years ago today (January 12.) Besides being one of the best albums of all time, Led Zeppelin also has one of the best opening tracks of all time, too.
Today (1/11) marks the birthday of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence 'Big Man' Clemons. We honor him with info on his last concert recording & video of an extremly touching tribute that Bruce & the band did for Clemons in Philly in 2012.
There's been some great 'classic rock couples' over the years - from Bruce and Patti to John and Christie McVie of Fleetwood Mac. Whether they made it last or romantically went their separate ways, here’s some of our favorite rock couples ever.