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 Black Keys

The Black Keys Considering January Studio Return

The Black Keys are certainly looking forward to getting their North American tour underway on Sept. 5 in Columbus, Ohio. But given their druthers, Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney wouldn't mind logging some studio time sooner rather than later to start making a follow-up to their chart-topping Turn Blue, which came out in May.
Gary Miller

Rock Against Trafficking Founder Gary Miller Hopes to Launch at the Grammys

The founder of the all-star Rock Against Trafficking (R.A.T.) campaign is eyeballing next year's Grammy Week for the organization's public launch, with a variety of activities that include the release of an album featuring Police and Sting covers, a party and perhaps a performance at the awards ceremony.