Pete Wentz on what it’s like to save rock ‘n’ roll
Hayley Williams and the drama that almost tore her band apart
Always a place at the table for Cory Chisel
Josh Ritter comes out on the other side of heartbreak
Volbeat or Anthrax? Rob Caggiano refuses to choose sides
Getting literary with the Seattle foursome
Alan Sparhawk on the secrets of keeping a marriage and a band intact . . . at the same time
Las Vegas foursome hit big with “It’s Time”
One would think that Chicago’s rich and deep-rooted Irish heritage would propagate songwriters and bands celebrating it, but strangely that hasn’t been the case
My Morning Jacket frontman keeps his soul intact.
Owning a piece of Nick Waterhouse is as easy as replying to a Craigslist ad.
“Sex And The City” actor goes country.
Ken Stringfellow sits down for our monthly Q&A.
Bedtime stories from the Quin sisters
Archie Powell calls “bullshit” on any scribe rendered useless by the taunts of that cursor blinking like a ticking time bomb on a blank document. Bathing in the sickly light of a computer screen alone won’t pull a song out from the ether.