At 89, he's witnessed some of the biggest moments in history, and now he's using his life experiences to create a world of political satire.
If you have ever loved comic books, you'll want to meet Craig Shutt.
Everyone always talks about how great and significant the 1960s were, but what about the '70s, particularly 1970? "Rolling Stone" music editor David Browne describes how four major albums -- and the breakup of three iconic bands -- changed everything
The unmistakable voice behind songs like "Dancing in the Streets" and "Nowhere to Run" is more powerful than it's ever been.
He reached the top of the charts with the Turtles in the 1960s, but he learned the hard way that the music business wasn't always a happy place. Professor Flo now schools a new crop of performers about the real music biz.
Just as his star was rising, singer Joe Cocker was falling deep into the bottle. His story of survival will show you it's never too late to change for the better.
Hitch a Ride Back in Time
The VW microbus is an iconic symbol of the 1960s and '70s. And, it turns out, one of the most popular -- and valuable -- classic vehicles around these days. See how a father and son team is bringing memories back as they restore these vintage vans.
In the 1960s, the Lennon Sisters were one of the biggest groups in the world. They appeared constantly on the covers of movie magazines and performed across the world. And they got their entire start because Lawrence Welk was home sick one day.
In the '60s, The Yardbirds burst onto the music scene with big hits and three of the greatest guitarists of all time. The man who held the band together was drummer Jim McCarty. He shares stories from the London club scene that changed music history.