Johnny Cash's Daughter Shares Rarely Seen Side of the Man in Black
In 1995, Hall of Fame Inductee Johnny Cash’s youngest daughter Tara gave her famous father a book containing 365 questions. One year later, on her birthday, he returned the book to her with answers to all the questions.
Rock & Politics: Elvis is Drafted
Elvis Presley was at a career high when he was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1958 and shipped off to Friedberg, Germany.
Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll: "California Dreamin'"
The strong melody and evocative lyrics of "California Dreamin'" epitomized 1966 folk rock.
Protest Songs: The Message
In a few stark, eloquent verses, Edwin Fletcher sketched out the city that the hip-hop kids came home to when the clubs and the block parties were over.
Celebrating the Life of Otis Redding
Otis Redding’s life and music embodied the essence of soul. He was a self-professed country boy from Macon, Georgia, and he had it all: a big, gravelly voice, an immense gift for songwriting and a generous, hardworking disposition.
From the Chandelier to the Rock Hall: Sia Goes On Display
Several items from Sia's 2014 U.S. breakthrough hit, “Chandelier,” are now on display in Right Here, Right Now.
Revolution Summer Girl Style Now
We preview our August 30 event with author Sara Marcus with an excerpt from her book, Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution.
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