Ryan Reed is a freelance music/culture writer/editor. He also contributes to Rolling Stone, Relix Magazine, Revolver, Pitchfork, and other publications.
Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin” Wasn’t Lock for ‘Sopranos’ Finale
When show creator David Chase mentioned the song as a possibility to his crew, their disgusted reaction solidified his choice.
Phil Collins ‘Can Barely Hold a Stick’ Ahead of Genesis Tour
“I’m kind of physically challenged a bit, which is very frustrating because I’d love to be playing up there with my son."
When Nickelodeon Let ‘Doug’ Meet Beatles Parody the Beets
"Killer Tofu" band debuted in September 1991 episode "Doug Rocks."
Brian May on ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Sequel: ‘Maybe It Could Happen’
Queen guitarist admits “it’s going to be hard to follow” Oscar-winning 2018 movie.
Stevie Nicks Says Her Debut Solo LP Kept Fleetwood Mac ‘Together’
"I did not want the album to sound anything like Fleetwood Mac — that would have defeated the dream," singer writes in journal excerpt.
50 Years Ago: Gene Wilder Adds Mystery, Mischief to ‘Willy Wonka’
Actor delivered an all-time classic performance in musical fantasy, which hit theaters in June 1971.
Jane Curtin and Laraine Newman Revisit That Famous ‘SNL’ Fight
Castmates Chevy Chase and Bill Murray got into a physical altercation in 1978.
Bruce Springsteen Will Guest on New John Mellencamp LP
"Bruce is singing on the new record and is playing guitar,” Mellencamp said during Clive Davis' virtual Grammy party.
30 Years Ago: Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss Ask ‘What About Bob?’
The duo's boiling comedic tension fuels 1991 Frank Oz film.
Ann Wilson Says Heart Will Collaborate ‘When the Time Is Right’
"We haven't written together in a while," singer said of sister and bandmate Nancy Wilson. "The times when we see each other are the times when Heart tours."
John Oates Joins Sax-Playing Sasquatch for Revamped ‘Maneater’
Guitarist tackles Hall & Oates' 1982 hit with costumed, viral-friendly saxophonist.
Tina Turner Recalls Path to Rock Stardom in New HBO Doc Trailer
Singer recalls dream of becoming "the first Black rock 'n' roll singer to pack places like the [Rolling] Stones."