Luke Holwerda"Spinal Tap" metal and "A Mighty Wind" folk each got their due Monday night.Before the Unwigged & Unplugged show even started last night, the official Spinal Tap moment had already happened. When the announcer came onstage at Dodge Theatre to do the customary plugging of upcoming sh ... More >>
Imagining a rock star Hanukkah
OnePlace gives new meaning to the phrase, "Rock me, Jesus"
Sex, drugs, and metaphor
The Phantom Surfers and Neil Hamburger run with the big dogs at Phoenix Greyhound Park.
It's Open season at TPC
Steppchild's rock 'n' zeal is missionary, despite the jokes about your wife
An oddball arena-rock triple bill showcases Mesa's returning heroes
AC/DC tribute band TNT squeezes extra mileage out of the highway to hell
The Bob-Man cometh; the Bash on Ash gets Hotter Than Hell; DJ Z-Trip bids farewell to the Valley
Moulin Rouge thrusts forth a deliciously garish Paris
Reminted Billion Dollar Babies recalls a time when Alice Cooper ruled the world and didn't have to become the 34th president to do it
In ABBA's old studio, Elvis Costello and Anne Sofie von Otter reinterpret pop music history
A Goonie no more, Corey Feldman is searching for his soul as a rock musician
Two rock critics tackle all 25 live Pearl Jam albums, and for what? Nothing, man.
Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson on Huxley and the proletariat
Flighty front man Stephan Jenkins overflows with Third Eye Blind ambition
Victims in Ecstacy will do whatever it takes to become stars. They'll even dress like boys.
Hank Williams III hopes that country gold comes in threes
Having averted a millennial apocalypse, it's time to catch up on the latest in heritage in roots music
How does one tiny island nation create so much disposable pop?
If TV's a vast wasteland, Sid and Marty Krofft are really cleaning up, recycling their Saturday morning dynasty
The Gin Blossoms bloom again with a greatest-hits collection, a reunion show and talk of a new album
Marilyn Manson saved himself from a life of decadence, and now he thinks he can save rock 'n' roll
With Atomic Cafe defunct, Victims In Ecstacy try to establish a new base for their heavy camp
The Artist gives a divine performance while saying to hell with the music industry
For heavy-rock quartet St. Madness, every day feels like Halloween
Spawn's creator revolutionized the comic-book industry. But did he survive Hollywood with his soul intact?
So would Scottsdale Community College, where Sheridan made his Academy Award-winning student film
It ain't heavy, it's the unclassifiable thunder of Freudian Slip
With Arizona Opera's Caroline Whisnant, it's not over 'til the phat lady sings
The speed metallurgists in Sepultura went into the rain forests to find their Roots
Just a few splashes of vinegar to cut all the honey in this issue . . .
Can Earth A.D. 1996 take a Glenn Danzig-less, Jerry Only-led Misfits seriously?
The reunited Who and Sex Pistols cheat death one more time
Jacked up on more volts than Frankenstein's monster, White Zombie patrols the perimeter of garish pop metal
MR. LOAF REUNITES WITH JIM STEINMAN FOR THE SECOND CHART-TOPPING SLICE OF HELL
HOMEBOY JOM ROSE AND HIS CIRCUS SIDESHOW ARE BACK. YOU PROBABLY WON'T VOMIT.