Full-time freelance writer based in Glasgow, Scotland… author of 17 books, three of which are in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Permanent Collection… former news editor at TeamRock.com… former band manager, drummer and keyboardist… TV and radio presenter… real ale fan.
Why ‘Rocketman’ Will Be Lucky to Make Half of What ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Did
Elton John movie has some similarities to the Freddie Mercury biopic -- but significant differences could hamper its box office chances.
Sting and Stewart Copeland Reunite for New Documentary
The Police drummer interviewed former colleague for TV show about love of music.
Guns N’ Roses Waited for Izzy Stradlin at Rehearsals Every Day
Duff McKagan says reunion lineup kept amps ready for guitarist during three months of tour preparation.
Gene Simmons Says It’s Not Just Rock That’s Dead
Kiss star accuses “pathetic” music industry of keeping artists of all genres “handcuffed.”
Robert Plant Says He Sometimes ‘Missed the Mark’ in Led Zeppelin
Singer retains affection for “Stairway to Heaven” but describes some of his other songs as “a bit iffy.”
Could Motley Crue Get in the Hall of Fame After All?
Even though they believe they’ll never get in, they’re currently leading the Voice Your Choice poll of museum visitors.
Elton John Suggests Taron Egerton Covers Album
‘Rocketman’ star and subject discuss their movie for the first time.
Dio Drummer Reveals Downside of Hologram Shows
Simon Wright admits first performance with projection was “a little strange.”
Queen ‘Haven’t Earned a Penny’ from ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
Guitarist Brian May rejects speculation on how much band have made from billion-dollar movie.
Hear Peter Frampton’s Cover of B.B. King’s ‘The Thrill Is Gone’
New version, featuring Sonny Landreth, appears on upcoming album ‘All Blues.’
Listen to Clips From ‘Rejected’ David Bowie Early Demos
Tracks recorded in 1966 and 1967 for debut album set to be auctioned.
15 Years Ago: Current Kiss Lineup Begins First Tour
Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons are joined by Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer for Rock the Nation road trip in 2004.