Bryan Rolli is an Austin-based music journalist and musician. His work has appeared in Forbes, Billboard, Consequence of Sound, the Daily Dot and more. He's still lobbying for Warrant's 'Dog Eat Dog' to get the respect it deserves.
Bono Is ‘Embarrassed’ by His Vocals on U2’s ‘Boy’
He's not a fan of his band's name either.
Judas Priest Scrap One-Guitarist Tour Plans and Rehire Andy Sneap
Andy Sneap will remain in the fold when band resumes touring in March.
Judas Priest’s Quartet Tour Plans ‘Disappointing’ to Andy Sneap
Band will resume touring in March as a four-piece for first time since 1974.
Why Michael Nesmith Hated ‘More of the Monkees’
He once called the LP "probably the worst album in the history of the world."
Bon Jovi Announce Spring 2022 North American Tour
Upcoming arena trek runs from April 1 through April 30.
Neal Schon Explains Why Journey Fired Jeff Scott Soto
"It didn’t sound right - or, better put, what we wanted," guitarist writes on Facebook.
John Mellencamp Details Upcoming ‘Strictly a One-Eyed Jack’ Album
New LP features three Bruce Springsteen collaborations.
Michael Nesmith Loved Watching Jimi Hendrix on Monkees Tour
"It brought me to my knees, moved me back three feet," Nesmith told MTV in 1986.
Why Sebastian Bach Changes Skid Row Lyrics Live
Singer has omitted homophobic lyrics from "Sweet Little Sister" for years.
Why Led Zeppelin Released Only 10 U.S. Singles
Rock giants put out just a handful of commercial 45s between 1969 and 1979.