From childhood injuries to car accidents, some of rock’s central figures have had to overcome awful obstacles to keep playing. And they did.
In honor of Michael Jackson’s birthday today, a look at some of the most generation-defining albums of the 80s (his included).
While name-checking 50s icons, the 1973 David Essex hit, “Rock On,” managed to capture a certain 70s “glam” feel.
After the success of “Bohemian Rhapsody” and the anticipation surrounding “Rocketman,” it seems like Classic Rock is the next big thing at the movies. Who’s next?