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Stories of Rock

#RockHall2018 Message from The Moody Blues

John Lodge of the Moody Blues is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominee
Prog Rock fans, listen up - John Lodge of the Moody Blues has a message for all the fan voters casting a ballot in the #RockHall2018 Fan Vote. Watch now.

#RockHall2018 Message From Judas Priest

Rob Halford of Judas Priest Video Message for Fans
Heavy metal maniacs, #RockHall2018 Nominee frontman Rob Halford of Judas Priest wants to make sure you're voting every day in the Fan Vote.

Say It Loud! Stories: Rock is for Lovers

Rock Hall Visitors Share Memories About Love Songs with Say It Loud Stories
What's love got to do with it? A lot, according to our visitors whose Say It Loud! memories revolve around music's role in their relationships. Check out our latest Say It Loud! Stories, powered by PNC Bank.

#RockHall2018 Message from Eurythmics

Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox Eurythmics Rock Hall Nominees
Current Nominees Eurythmics share a personal message for fans about the current Fan Vote.

Inductee Insights: Pearl Jam & the Grunge Explosion

Eddie Vedder and Mike Mccready at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Inductee Insights explores the artists that have changed the course of Rock's sonic history. In the 1990s, Grunge emerged as the perfect storm of punk and classic rock. In the eye of this storm were Pearl Jam, the musical movement's pioneer of introspective lyrics and darkly emotional melodies.

Interview with Cheetah Chrome of the Dead Boys

Cheetah Chrome from the Dead Boys Punk Band Interview
The Dead Boys founding member and guitarist talks growing up in Cleveland, the influence of the MC5, and 40 years of 'Young, Loud and Snotty.'

Q&A with Nils Lofgren of E Street Band on Blind Date Jam Project

Nils Lofgren E Street Band Q&A
E Street member and Rock Hall Inductee Nils Lofgren talks to us about his latest impromptu jam session project.

Revolutions: Sex Pistols "Never Mind the Bollocks"

Sex Pistols 40th Anniversary Never Mind the Bollocks Album
In 1977, British punks the Sex Pistols dropkicked punk rock into the mainstream with their confrontational debut LP, Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. 40 years later, the album hasn't become less abrasive or challenging.