Rock Talk With Carter: When Neil Young's Record Label Sued Him For Not Sounding Like HimselfOn December 1st of 1983, Neil Young was sued by Geffen records, who claimed that his albums were “not commercial in nature, and musically uncharacteristic of his previous albums."
Rock Talk With Carter: Back in 1987, U2 Opened Up For Themselves as 'The Dalton Brothers'The band came onstage in Los Angeles wearing wigs and cowboys hats.
Highlights from the World Premiere of ChuckTV: The MovieThe World Premiere of ChuckTV: The Movie was held at the Regent Theatre in Arlington last night to rave reviews!
Recapping Our Commercial Free Veteran's Day Broadcast Co-Hosted By Local Service MembersBoston’s Classic Rock, 100.7 WZLX is honoring America’s troops in an exciting and unique way this year by inviting military Veterans, including active duty servicemen and women, to be a WZLX guest DJ on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11th!
Rock Talk With Carter: Steve Miller Band's 1972 Show at The 'Aquarius', AKA The Orpheum TheatreAt the time, Steve Miller was one year away from releasing his famous album, 'The Joker.'
Rock Talk With Carter: The Day Bob Dylan Signed With Columbia RecordsOn October 21, 1961, Bob Dylan signed with Columbia Records. It was his first recording contract.
New U2 Album Coming In March Or April Of 2017"We've decided it's not finished. We're going to work up until Christmas," U2 bassist Adam Clayton tells Irish radio.
Rock Talk With Carter: Happy Birthday to The Red Rocker, Sammy Hagar!At 68-years-old, Hagar is indestructible.
U2 Attack Donald Trump in Performance Rant“Good people are not gonna stay silent while you run off with the American dream. You hear me candidate, you’re fired,” Bono cries.
Rock Talk With Carter: Bob Seger's 1980 Boston Garden Live Album RecordingOn October 6th of 1980, Bob Seger played the second of three consecutive shows at the Boston Garden. Material was recorded for his live album, 'Nine Tonight,' on all three nights.
Rock Talk With Carter: The Day John Lennon Finally Spoke UpOn September 29th of 1980, John Lennon ended a 5-year self-imposed silence. On that same day in '96, Julian Lennon bought Paul McCartney's handwritten recording notes for "Hey Jude."
Don Henley On Glenn Frey: Up To Joe Walsh And Me To Carry OnDon Henley released his “Cass County” album last August, a collection of songs about his hometown in Texas and a trip back to his roots as he mused in his conversation with Carter Alan.