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Led Zeppelin’s ‘Houses of the Holy’ Turns 40

Veiled blues, shimmering acoustic guitars, James Brown funk, quasi-reggae, a little jazz -- Zeppelin's first post-"Stairway" LP, released March 29, 1973, captured the band at its most playful and soulful.

Harper Simon, Son of Folk Great Paul, Puts on His Rock ‘N’ Roll Shoes (Q&A)

Members of the Strokes, Bright Eyes, Wilco and the Heartbreakers appear on Simon the Younger's new album "Division Street," out March 26.

Don Felder Gives ‘History of the Eagles’ a Mixed Review

The Showtime doc brings back memories good and bad for the band’s erstwhile guitarist, now a solo artist.

Alex Patsavas: The Industry’s Premier Music Supervisor on Choosing Songs for TV and Movies (Q&A)

The curator of the music for the "Twilight" franchise, new film "Warm Bodies" and such TV series as "Mad Men" and "The Carrie Diaries" is inseparable from her target audience.