Revolutions: Patti Smith's "Horses"
In 1974 clubs like CBGBs were a haven for the artistic underground in lower Manhattan. Here you could experience the rush of unapologetic rock that took no prisoners. Here, Patti Smith was a fixture.
New Voices in Rock: Lydia Loveless
Lydia Loveless is a rising Alt Country star that's not afraid to open up lyrically or with the Rock Hall team in our New Voices in Rock video series.
The Memphis Music Scene & Making Human Connections to Music Through Take Me to the River
Take Me to the River tells the story of human connection facilitated by music. Experience the Rock Hall's event through our guest writer Esther M. Morgan-Ellis.
Rock 'n' Roll High School Rock Off's Final Exam Is Here
Some bands made their big break before graduation. With the High School Rock Off's Final Exam days away, we look at the fortunate situations that helped other stars launch their careers.
Revolutions: The Jimi Hendrix Experience's 'Are You Experienced?'
The Jimi Hendrix Experience's Are You Experienced? album created a blueprint for the fuzzed-out psychedelic rock that consumed the displaced and pierced popular rock and roll in the side.
The 2017 Rock Hall Film Series Preview
Like rock & roll? You'll probably like our rock & roll film series too. Learn more about which films we're showing this year.
Interview with Valerie June
Musician Valerie June produces some of the most interesting sounds heard in recent years. We had the chance to ask her a few questions about her inspirations, what's next for the country scene and more.
Interview with Bernard Fowler: Philip Glass's "Songs from Liquid Days"
Composer Philip Glass turns 80 on January 31, 2017. We asked Bernard Fowler—best known as backing vocalist for the Rolling Stones—to tell us about his experience working with Glass on the crossover album "Songs from Liquid Days."
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