With his saucy eye patch, Johnny Kidd rocked England with a hit song written at the last minute — and later covered by dozens of acts.
Punk — as music — seemed deceptively “simple.” But its history is more complicated. The new book, “Spitting and Screaming,” digs in.
He was there for some of the wilder tour moments of Aerosmith, Van Halen, Pink Floyd, and other rock legends. A new book serves up the dish.
Charlie Watts was the “heartbeat” of the Stones. A recent book breaks down why this timekeeper was one of the most masterful drummers of any genre.