Say It Loud! Stories: 70s Concert Memories
What are some of your all-time memorable live concert experiences? Rock Hall visitors share their favorite concert performances from the 1970s.
Revolutions: Van Halen's "Van Halen"
In 1978, Van Halen's self-titled debut album gave rock 'n' roll an electrifying jolt of energy. Forty years later, Van Halen is considered one of the greatest debut records of all time—a vibrant rock 'n' roll masterpiece that reinvigorated heavy music.
Inductee Insights: Yes
Complex, progressive, and virtuosic rock suites built on influences ranging from psychedelic rock to classical music - Yes pushed the boundaries, forever expanding the rock experience. Watch how the 2017 Inductees have shaped the genre in their Inductee Insights episode.
In Memory of Bowie - A Rock & Roll Book Club
In memory of his father, the late David Bowie, Duncan Jones has started a book club centered on titles on Bowie's personal reading list. Join the club.
Say It Loud! Stories: Alice Cooper
Fans tell us why Alice Cooper is one of the most impactful bands they've listened to or have seen live inside our Say It Loud! story booths. Watch and hear all of the memories inside.
Inductee Insights: Nile Rodgers
It’s hard to imagine a more prolific musician than Nile Rodgers. With his collaboration history, there’s not a single listener who hasn’t heard at least one song he’s recorded, produced or composed. Watch his Inductee Insights episode that travels through his sonic history.
Revolutions: Dr. Dre's "The Chronic"
Dre’s 1992 debut album The Chronic is a stark, eclectic record that established West Coast hip-hop as a mainstream musical force. 25 years after its release we explore the album in our latest Klipsch Revolutions episode.