Dead & Co.'s Mickey Hart: 'Mr. Trump Has Bad Rhythm'
Dead & Company, featuring Grateful Dead surviving members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, begins its North American tour on May 30.
Metal Legend Rob Halford on 'Firepower'
The Judas Priest lead singer on the band's 18th album and why he thinks it's "a very shaky time right now" when it comes to world politics.
Joe Satriani Gave Up Football for Jimi Hendrix
Joe Satriani talks to Newsweek about choosing guitar over football; giving Metallica's Kirk Hammett lessons; his newest album, "What Happens Next"; and the film his son ZZ directed.
Gene Simmons on Women, 'Power' and Promiscuity
Kiss's Gene Simmons has new book, a Cliffs Notes of sorts, on how to attain more "power," with sections on Niccolò Machiavelli, Oprah Winfrey, Napoleon Bonaparte, Michael Jordan and Elon Musk. He also has a box set of unreleased material with a huge price tag.
Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson on Visiting Auschwitz
The lead singer talks about his new memoir, piloting his band's Ed Force One jumbo jet and creating epic metal that "rivals Cecil B. DeMille."
Kelsea Ballerini Will Perform at the CMA Music Awards
Last night's CMA's performer talks to Newsweek about her new album.
Still X Centric: Exene Cervenka on 40th Anniversary
The singer/songwriter discusses "X: 40 Years of Punk in Los Angeles"; her views on feminism; working with the Doors' Ray Manzarek; and her first moments singing.
Queen's Brian May Goes 3-D
The guitarist and astrophysicist has published a new 3-D history of Queen.
Styx's Tommy Shaw Blasts Off to Mars, Pluto, 'Paradise'
Styx singer/guitarist Tommy Shaw talks to Newsweek about 'The Mission,' the band's classic-rock milestones and meeting the NASA guys who planned the Pluto flyby.
Metallica's Lars Ulrich on the Hottest Show on Earth
Drummer Lars Ulrich discusses Metallica's world tour, what "Battery" and other war-themed songs are really about and why "The Black Album" works so well in stadiums.
Ian Anderson on Climate Change, Prog-Rock Cred
In addition to talking up a storm about climate change, Anderson touches on 'The String Quartets,' 'The Walking Dead' and his group's illustrious career.
Jean-Michel Jarre on Work With Snowden, Townshend
In a Newsweek interview, electronic music legend Jean-Michel Jarre discusses his first U.S. tour, using analog instruments and sharing messages through music.
John McLaughlin On Mahavishnu, Miles, Jimi, Yoga
In an interview with Newsweek, jazz-fusion legend John McLaughlin discuses his work with the Mahavishnu Orchestra and Miles Davis, as he prepares for his farewell U.S. tour.
Yes Joins Its 'Heroes' in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Rush great Geddy Lee joins on bass for performance of 'Roundabout' before Yes play 'Owner of a Lonely Heart.'
John Lydon Says Rotten Things About Trump, Green Day
John Lydon talks about his early punk days, PiL and his appreciation for Pink Floyd, even though he used to wear an "I Hate Pink Floyd" T-shirt.
Michael McDonald Doesn't Believe What the Fools Believe
The former Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan singer/keyboardist discusses the Last Waltz 40 Tour and offers a heated view of the state of the union.
Piano Man: Rick Wakeman's Solo Journey Into Yes, Bowie
The legendary prog-rock keyboardist talks about working with David Bowie, touring with fellow Yes alumni Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin, and his animal rescue work.
An Interview With Metallica's James Hetfield
Metallica frontman/guitarist James Hetfield talks about making "Hardwired...to Self-Destruct," his all-time favorite Metallica album and how he secretly wants to play drums.
Yes's Steve Howe on His Hall of Fame Career
Howe talks about recording "Fragile," "Relayer" and "Drama," his wide range of influences and the afternoon he auditioned for Keith Emerson's group the Nice.
Guitar Great Ritchie Blackmore's Renaissance
The famed Deep Purple and Rainbow guitarist talks about his influences, recording "Smoke on the Water" and his transition to Renaissance music.
Patterson Hood Wants to Bring Trump Down
Patterson Hood talks about the harsh realities expressed on the Drive-By Truckers' newest album, American Band, and how most conservative musicians are "kind of morons."
The Cult's Ian Astbury Won't Look Back
The Cult's Ian Astbury talks about performing with members of the Doors; the Cult's latest record, "Hidden City"; and the expectations people have based on past work.
Speaking With ELP's Lake and Palmer
The drummer and the singer/bassist/guitarist talk about creating the music of ELP and honoring the memory of keyboardist Keith Emerson.
An Interview With Jon Anderson of Yes
Jon Anderson talks about his favorite Yes song, writing an album over the internet and his last conversation with Chris Squire.
Alice Cooper and His 'Dead Drunk Friends'
Alice Cooper talks about performing with guitarist Johnny Depp, his new supergroup Hollywood Vampires and reuniting with his former '70s bandmates.
Space Ace Frehley in a Groove Exploring Musical Origins
"Origins Vol. 1" features Slash, Lita Ford, Paul Stanley on tracks by Thin Lizzy, the Troggs, Free and more.
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons Talks His New TV Show
The sharp-dressed frontman on hot rods, Cuba and his new plans to record.