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U2's Joshua Tree Tour Revisits the Band's Greatest Era–But Its Urgency Has Faded Three Decades Later
The fire that fueled young U2's call to action hasn't gone out, but it smolders beneath the surface in a way that favors comfort over challenge
On the 40th anniversary of the earth-shattering 'News of the World,' Lambert contributes to the rock band's legacy while moving forward with his own
How fatherhood opened the musician's eyes and shaped his most vulnerable album yet
You can respect Pure Comedy and his tour behind it without "liking" it—because art doesn't have to please you in order to do its job.
Margo Price didn't get a Grammy nomination in spite of her meteoric year in 2016, but who the hell cares when she's playing by her own rulebook?
Lucius walk through their experience working with the Pink Floyd frontman on the most extraordinary performance from the legendary weekend.
Neil Young can crack a joke at Trump's expense, but is it enough of a release when we need one the most?
The Fender Stratocaster may be the weapon of Patti Smith's generation, but it very well could be the secret weapon of pivotal change in 2016.
Members of the Rage Against the Machine/Public Enemy/Cypress Hill supergroup set their sights on the Republican National Convention.
On one day in an eruptive year in rock 'n' roll history, two legends released seminal records that would change rock music forever
Now that the first season is over, HBO's rock epic may have just learned from its mistakes.
Onstage and on-record, Simpson ditches the confines of genre and has a damn blast in the process.