Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
Pete Townshend Isn’t Sure If There Will Be Another Who Album
Songwriter says there isn't "any real prospect" of new LP until he has "proper conversation" with singer Roger Daltrey.
Hear Nancy Wilson’s New Song Dedicated to Eddie Van Halen
Acoustic instrumental "4 Edward" highlights Heart guitarist's upcoming debut solo LP, 'You and Me.'
Hear Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl Team for New Song ‘Eazy Sleazy’
Song explores the absurdity and anxiety of pandemic-era life.
Final Albums: 41 of Rock’s Most Memorable Farewells
From 'Abbey Road' and 'Icky Thump' to 'Goodbye' and 'Everything Must Go.'
20 Years Ago: ‘Joe Dirt’ Blends Sophomoric Humor and Sweetness
David Spade starred in 2001 comedy, which earned hostile reviews but developed a cult following.
Cheap Trick’s Tom Petersson Recuperating After Open-Heart Surgery
Clarifying why he stayed seated during band's 'Late Show' performance, bassist wrote that he's "slowly but surely getting stronger every day" after procedure.
Roger Waters Announces New 2022 Dates for Postponed Tour
Songwriter will play new songs and material from Pink Floyd's "golden era" during trek, which he delayed due to the pandemic.
Watch Wolfgang Van Halen’s Animated ‘Think It Over’ Lyric Video
Power-pop track highlights upcoming debut solo LP as Mammoth WVH.
Tom Petty’s New ‘Angel Dreams’ Reworks ‘She’s the One’ Soundtrack
Remastered set, out in June as part of Record Store Day event, features four previously unreleased songs.
Guns N’ Roses Reschedule European Tour Dates to 2022
Band announces Gary Clark Jr. as a "special guest" for most dates, including five newly added shows.
Watch Miley Cyrus Cover Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’
Singer also tackled portion of "Don't Stop Me Now" during medley at NCAA men's basketball tournament Final Four.
John Oates Joins Sax-Playing Sasquatch for Revamped ‘Maneater’
Guitarist tackles Hall & Oates' 1982 hit with costumed, viral-friendly saxophonist.