The Route 103
Despite the health problems that have forced AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young out of the band’s lineup, the band will not break up anytime soon.
It’s almost surprising to hear Ace Frehley speak. Even after years of watching his interviews, you still kind of expect that the former KISS guitarist, “Space Ace,” would sound a bit more… spacey.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. This installment is taken from a 1979 interview with Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey of the Who. This Minimation was created for Radio.com by Max Werkmeister.
If you’re an up-and-coming drummer looking for a role model, you could do a lot worse than Brad Wilk. He’s a pretty low-key guy, happy to let the vocalists (and guitarists) in his band do the bulk of the interviews and press. He’s also happy to let his sticks do the talking on record and on the stage.
Genesis is one of the best selling bands of all time with approximately 130 million albums sold, worldwide.
Henry Rollins‘ weekly column for LA Weekly is causing a stir, and not because of the title, “F–K Suicide.”
Former Grateful Dead singer Donna Jean Godchaux celebrates her 67th birthday today. Godchaux and her late husband Keith were in the Dead during most of the 1970s. What was the first Dead studio album they appeared on?
A washboard miked up and plugged in to be used as an electric instrument is not something you’d expect to see at a rock concert. But for the Ben Miller Band it’s a regular staple — and crowd pleaser — at their live shows.
In The Route Rewind, afternoon host Tommy gives you some facts about one of the greatest hits of all time.
If you were thinking of using an iconic hard rock artist from the ’70s for the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For soundtrack, the obvious choice would probably be AC/DC. It would be an easy fit, as they have a classic song called “Sin City,” from their 1978 album, Powerage.