Rock Talk With Carter: With the Death of The Yardbirds Came the Birth of Led ZeppelinOn this day in 1968, The Yardbirds broke up, and Jimmy Page went on to form Led Zeppelin.
Jeff Beck Announces New Studio Album 'Loud Hailer'The effort marks the guitar legend's first new album in six years
Jeff Beck Adds Tour Dates, Announces New Studio AlbumBeck's yet untitled new album will drop on July 15th. It's his first since the GRAMMY winning Emotion & Commotion in 2010.
Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy Announce Summer Tour DatesThe co-headlining run kicks off on July 19th in Port Chester, NY. See the full list of dates below.
Top 5 Jeff Beck Deep Cuts, As Chosen by Carter AlanIn honor of Jeff Beck's 71st birthday this week, Carter Alan decided to count down his top five favorite deep cuts from the legendary guitar player.
Remember That Time Keith Moon Joined Led Zeppelin On Stage?Thank goodness for the person who filmed it.
Happy 100th Les Paul: 5 Classic Albums with a Les Paul on the CoverLots of legendary six-stringers have rocked a Gibson Les Paul. Some have put them on their album covers.
Carter Alan Previews Record Store Day Releases From Robert Plant, Jimi Hendrix and MoreRecord Store Day is this Saturday. Here's Carter Alan to preview the most exciting classic rock and blues records to find this weekend.
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: March 30 in Classic Rock HistoryHappy birthday to Guitar god Eric Clapton! What was the original name of his Derek & the Dominos?
A to Z: "I Ain't Superstitious" (I Just Have Terrible Stage Fright) by Jeff Beck GroupIn 1968, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Micky Waller released the album "Truth" as the 'Jeff Beck Group'. While you'd never guess it now, Rod Stewart had TERRIBLE stage fright back then.
Sharing Songs in Rock43 years ago, David Bowie wrote "All the Young Dudes" for Mott the Hoople. Here are 5 other artists who have written songs for someone else.
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: March 15 in Classic Rock HistoryHappy birthday to Phil Lesh, bassist of the Grateful Dead. Bass wasn’t his first instrument, though; what did he play to begin his professional career?