Gary Graff

Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist based in Detroit. In addition to Billboard,, and, 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.

The Indigo Girls perform in Washington DC

Indigo Girls To Enter Studio In The Fall

Indigo Girls hope to make "something that's different and pushes us a little bit" when the duo hits the studio this fall to work on a new album, the duo's follow-up to 2011's "Beauty Queen Sister."

Godsmack's Sully Erna Talks '1000hp,' Unveils Track List: Exclusive

Godsmack frontman Sully Erna acknowledges that between 2010's chart-topping "Oracle" and the upcoming "1000hp," "people were having doubts about whether the band was going to continue" -- doubts that were quickly dispelled once the quartet got together last fall to start working on new material.
Aerosmith's Joe Perry Talks Touring With Slash, Next Album

Aerosmith's Joe Perry Talks Touring With Slash, Next Album

Aerosmith's Joe Perry isn't expecting any sort of replay of the group's notorious 1988 tour with Guns N' Roses when it hits the road Thursday (July 10) in Wantagh, N.Y., for a summer tour with Slash and his Conspirators.
Judas Priest

Judas Priest Shares The Story Behind 'Redeemer of Souls': Video Premiere

Rob Halford and his bandmates wanted to "reinvestigate the roots of (Judas) Priest" for "Redeemer of Souls," the Metal Gods' 17th studio album and first set of new material since the concept album "Nostradamus" in 2008, released on Tuesday (July 8). Check out a special behind-the-scenes video of the making of "Redeemer of Souls," premiering exclusively on