July 7th: In which we see The Kinks not so sunny video for Sunny Afternoon, Ringo’s 70th birthday party 5 years ago, and interviews with him through the years….
July 6th: In Which the stars align and Lennon meets McCartney and the strange coincidence of where it happened…
Beatles Snub Phillipines’ Marcos, Doors Know The Little Girls Understand, Born On The 4th Of July: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
July 4th: In which The Beatles sort of unintentionally snub the first family of The Philippines…and boy are they pissed! The last live show for Steely Dan…for quite a while…and the first for The Clash.
The Monkees Meet The Beatles, The “27 Club” Gets 2 Biggies, Lauren Hammond And His Organ: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
July 3rd: In which The Monkees meet The Beatles, and it goes better than they expected! Crosby Stills and Nash meet at Joni Mitchell’s house, and Lauren Hammond and some of the famous players of his organ….wait, that sounded dirty. It’s not.
July 2nd: In which Jimi Hendrix was in the Army’s famed 101st “Screaming Eagles” Airborne Division…but didn’t much like it. The Beatles ultra-rare LONG version of “Her Majesty”…Axl Rose and The Grateful Dead start riots, and the second Mrs. Jagger on Letterman…
July 1st: In which The Beatles open for an American they love at the Cavern Club…The Band have their own hit, John Lennon records at his Tittenhurst Park home, Eric Clapton with Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, and the shagadelic daughter of Steven Tyler…
June 30th: In which Paul is knocked from the Top of the Pops by George…Gregg Allman marries Cher and makes gawd-awful music…The Buzzcocks make the second-shortest record ever…and Pearl Jam get a call from Pete Townsend, who went through something similar.
June 29th: In which Mick and Keith are sent to prison, Frampton is almost killed, John Lennon’s psychedelic Rolls ends up in Victoria, and hang with Deep Purple at the Playboy mansion on Ian Paice’s birthday
June 26th: In which The Beatles play New Zealand, Celine Dion’s horrific cover of an AC/DC song, a rare interview with Col. Tom Parker, and home movies from Keith Richards and Anita Pallenberg.
The Beatles Go Worldwide On Satellite, Pearl Jam vs. Ticketmaster: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
June 25th: In which The Beatles appear in the BBC’s part of the first-ever worldwide Satellite TV broadcast…Springsteen surprises Letterman…and Pearl Jam go to court for their fans!