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Chris Squire changed the way rock musicians thought about the bass guitar – taking the melodic style established by the Who's John Entwistle and pushing into an entirely new level. His bass had a clean sustained tone that frequently moved ...Categories: History of Rock and Roll, Today in Rock
Discover more amazing Clash stories in the Rock Hall's punk rock exhibit and plan your visit today.
Below is an excerpt from Stealing All Transmissions: A Secret History of the Clash by Randal Doane.
With her Pentax camera in ...Categories: Inductee, History of Punk, History of Rock and Roll, Rock's Greatest Guitar Players, Event, Hall of Fame, Exhibit, Exclusive Interviews
In a career that has spanned more than 30 years, 2006 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Glen Matlock has made indelible contributions to music as the original bass player with the Sex Pistols, founder of the New Wave ...Categories: Inductee, History of Punk, History of Rock and Roll, Event, Exclusive Interviews, Hall of Fame, Exhibit, Foster Theatre
Founded in 1968 by Jon Anderson and Chris Squire, Grammy-award winning recording artists Yes have created some of the most important and influential music in rock history. Throughout their career, Yes has been known for their esoteric lyrics, elaborate album ...Categories: Education, Exclusive Interviews, Event
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s artifact collection represents a diverse group of artists – much like the genre of rock and roll itself. The exhibits chronicle rock and roll history from its earliest days right through ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Exhibit
In June 1978, Pete Sears and his Jefferson Starship bandmates narrowly escaped a riot following a cancelled concert in Germany. Amid the chaos, much of the band's gear was left behind, including Sears' one-of-a-kind bass created by famed luthiers ...Categories: Today in Rock, Exclusive Interviews
Released on March 7, 1983, New Order's "Blue Monday" was a smash. Designed by Factory Records' Peter Saville, the original 12-inch sleeve packaging cleverly replicated a floppy computer disk and included little information about New Order (neither the ...Categories: Exclusive Interviews, Exhibit, Education, Foster Theatre, Event
“It was a group of talented musicians that made up – three guys that expressed, power…creating a sound that everybody in this room can relate to and certainly set the stage for our outfit.” – Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top inducting ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Rare Performances