Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Stairway to Heaven"
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Los Angeles in the 60s: Beefeaters, Byrds, Buffalos and Folk-rock Supergroups
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "That'll Be the Day"
Pop up!: The Fine Art of Rock and Roll Comes to Cleveland
In the Studio with Metallica Producer Flemming Rasmussen
Headbanger's Anthem: AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" Celebrates 35th Anniversary
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Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Shining Star"
With her 2009 debut album, Because I Was in Love, New Jersey–native Sharon Van Etten captured the attention of audiences, critics and musicians, who were drawn to her intimate musical portraits etched with introspective lyrics and varied arrangements ...Categories: Summer in the City, Exclusive Interviews
In February 2009, a who's who from the world of rock and roll convened in Clear Lake, Iowa, for the Fifty Winters Later series of events honoring the anniversary of the tragic deaths of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens ...Categories: Inductee, Education, Exclusive Interviews
From her self-titled debut album in 1971, Bonnie Raitt has established herself as a virtuoso blues musician who sings blues with gritty passion and plays slide guitar with authority, as if the genre’s fundamentals had been etched in ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit, Spotlight Exhibit
On February 15, DJ Spinderella of Salt-n-Pepa will participate in an interview and lead a DJ demonstration performance as part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's Ladies First: Celebrating African-American Women Who Rock programming ...Categories: Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll
For more than four decades, Loretta Lynn has delivered honest narratives with a country spirit on recordings from 1963's Loretta Lynn Sings to the Jack White–produced Van Lear Rose in 2004. On stage, she simultaneously projects a ...Categories: Spotlight Exhibit
Many women found a new voice and musical identity during the punk-rock explosion of the Seventies. The anti-establishment philosophy of the punk rock movement was the perfect fit for those female musicians who still felt like outsiders in the ...Categories: 10 Essential Songs
Dubbed "the female Elvis," Virginia native Janis Martin's sobriquet alone fostered great expectations for the young performer in the 1950s. As the fusion of R&B and country evolved into rockabilly, and a charge of primarily male artists ...Categories: Inductee, Education, Foster Theatre, Event
The so-called Mother of the Blues, Gertrude "Ma" Rainey was one of the form's most assertive female artists. She was a true pioneer who openly flouted convention and challenged mores on record and the road, performing at barrelhouses ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll