Where did Joe DiMaggio go? Paul Simon tells the story of "Mrs. Robinson"
A Visual History of the Everly Brothers
Donovan Pays Tribute to the Everly Brothers During Music Masters Week
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Fever"
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Announces the Initial Tribute Concert Lineup and Additional Events for the 19th Annual Music Masters® Series Honoring the Everly Brothers
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Stairway to Heaven"
Songs They Wish They'd Written with Ray Davies, Slash and St. Vincent
Los Angeles in the 60s: Beefeaters, Byrds, Buffalos and Folk-rock Supergroups
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "That'll Be the Day"
Pop up!: The Fine Art of Rock and Roll Comes to Cleveland
Debates about the predominance of singer over song (or vice versa) reign eternal. The Temptations' "My Girl" makes a case for the song. It has one of the most memorable melodies of the rock era, one of Smokey Robinson's ...Categories: Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll, History of Rock and Roll, Hall of Fame, Today in Rock, Exhibit, Inductee
In January 1961, Motown signed the Supremes, an all-female group who emerged from the poverty of Detroit’s Brewster housing project to become among Motown’s most consistent hitmakers and the most popular female group of the 60s.
Representing the ...Categories: Inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Exhibit, History of Rock and Roll, Inductee, Hall of Fame, Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll
On December 14, 1968, Marvin Gaye's "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" reached Number One on the Billboard charts and stayed there for seven consecutive weeks, carrying it into the new year. "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" is ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll
No single figure has been more closely aligned with Motown than indcutee Smokey Robinson. In addition to leading the Miracles, he served as a Motown producer, songwriter, talent scout and Berry Gordy’s most trusted confidant and right-hand man. On ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Education