Gary Graff

Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist based in Detroit. In addition to Billboard, Billboard.com, and Billboard.biz, he also writes regularly for the New York Times Features Syndicate, Journal Register Newspapers, Revolver, Music Connection, United Stations Radio Networks and more, and for radio stations in Detroit and Milwaukee. He has written books about Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger, rock 'n' roll myths and other subjects.

Super Duper Alice Cooper

'Super Duper Alice Cooper' Explores the Mythology of Rock's Jekyll and Hyde

You wouldn't expect a film about Alice Cooper to be a normal documentary, would you? Of course not. So here comes "Super Duper Alice Cooper," an authorized project that its makers -- Banger Films, the folks behind "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage" and "Iron Maiden: Flight 666," among others -- have dubbed a "doc opera."
Saliva

Saliva, 'Lost': Exclusive Song Premiere

Bobby Amaru says his marching orders were pretty clear when he joined Saliva at the beginning of 2012 to replace original frontman Josey Scott.
Detroit EDM

Pair of Detroit EDM Festivals Called Off

Two new electronic music festivals scheduled for July 4th weekend in Detroit have been canceled for this year -- but have already announced dates for 2015.
Detroit EDM

Pair of Detroit EDM Festivals Called Off

Two new electronic music festivals scheduled for July 4th weekend in Detroit have been canceled for this year -- but have already announced dates for 2015.
Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Chris Robinson Brotherhood, 'Beggar's Moon': Exclusive Song Premiere

After taking a year off for its frontman and keyboardist to fly with the Black Crowes, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood is back in action and particularly excited about its upcoming third studio album, "Phosphorescent Harvest," according to its namesake.

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