‘Lambert & Stamp’: A Must-See Doc for True Fans of ‘The Who’

This two-hour film about the origins of The Who can be abrasive, relentless, almost difficult to get through. But it’s also very rich and somewhat innovative, kind of like the band it’s documenting. Pete Townshend was a young art student…

Bring Your Own Doc: ‘DANNY SAYS’ Director Interviewed about His Film on Rock Legend Danny Fields

Danny Fields documentary DANNY SAYS explores the unbelievable life of a rock shadow figure from the 1960s, to punk and beyond. From his time working with The Beatles, The Doors, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, to Lou Reed, the Ramones,…

25th Anniversary of Jane’s Addiction ‘Ritual de Lo Habitual’

Perry Farrell talks about how he records music and why he and his band created the music festival Lollapalooza in 1991.

Neil Young: Don’t Be Denied

This documentary charts Neil Young from his earlier days in Canada to his chart-topping international success as rock and folk superstar.

‘RUNNIN’ DOWN A DREAM: TOM PETTY and THE HEARTBREAKERS’: Fantastic Four-Hour Documentary Made by a Smart Hollywood Big Shot

By Gregory Crofton It seems Tom Petty doesn’t know how to make something that’s not good. So when it came time to make a documentary about his band of thirty years, he asked Peter Bogdanovich to direct it. Bogdanovich, who…

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