KISS' 1981 concept album "Music From The Elder" bombed when it was first released, but has developed a cult following over time.
This article suggests a list of the ten greatest rock bands of all time and provides a short biography of each group, as well as photos and videos.
Duran Duran was a big influence on my preteen and teen years. Watching their videos and hearing their music brought me lots of joy in the '80s (and ongoing). Here are eight of my favorite Duran Duran songs from the '80s.
A long time Dokken fan presents a brief history of the band and examines their extensive catalog of hard rock classics.
Kix's third album, Midnite Dynamite, was released in 1985 and is still considered to be their finest work, but success would continue to elude them for a few more years. The hard working Maryland band is still on the road to this day!
Jeff Buckley is probably most well-known for his cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." But he also has an entire discography of equally stellar songs. Here's 10 of Jeff Buckley's best songs.
"Creatures Of The Night" is considered one of KISS' best albums today, but in 1982 it seemed like their last gasp. It features new guitarist Vinnie Vincent and the anthem "I Love It Loud."
This article explores eight begginer-friendly guitarists that any novice guitar player can look to for wisdom and inspiration.
This article suggests a list of the 13 greatest Native American rock bands. It only includes bands from North America, that is, Canada and the United States.
This article is an in-depth biography of the career of Mike Bloomfield, one of the greatest blues guitarists of all time.
While the sitar is a plucked stringed instrument used prominently in Hindustani classical music traditions, it became very popular in the western world in the '60s and remains an integral part of several indie and psychedelic songs. This article showcases the very best rock songs with sitar.
Close kin to Rhythm and Blues, Swing and Boogie-Woogie, Jump Blues hit the music world in the 40s with a big bang. Originating among the black musicians, who played the chitlin circuit, Jump Blues helped launch the careers of crossover musicians like Louis Jordan, Ella Fitzgerald and Big Joe Turner.