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HBD to the Prince of Darkness! (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

Epstein Courts Beatles, Floyd’s Pig Gets Loose, A Who Show Goes Bad: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

AC/DeCember 3rd: Hear Brian Epstein talk about managing The Beatles, learn how to not get jolted by your electric guitar, live Monkees, the Stones listening to themselves, the soccer team owned by Frampton, Wakeman, and Simon…and Ozzy on his birthday!

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He's no Bonham, but Letterman can play drums, unlike Buddy Guy, Natalia Makarova, or Dustin Hoffman. (Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)

Beatles Do Comedy, Obama Honors Zeppelin: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

AC/DeCember 2nd: See the Beatles getting wacky on Brit TeeVee, the shagadelic singer of Shocking Blue, The Monkees, Zeppelin being gushed all over by Jack Black, Heart, and Obama at the Kennedy Center, and Kennewick’s biggest rock star has a birthday.


HBD to The Doors John Densmore. (Frazier Harriosn/Getty Images)

David Geffen Vs. Neil Young, Pink Floyd Vs. SCOTUS: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

AC/DeCember 1st: Early live Blue Oyster Cult and The Who, see Neil Young’s stuff that pissed off one of the biggest Moguls of Hollywood, Thomas is not Lou Rawls grandson, but you’ll never find another love like his. The Sex Pistols behave badly on telly, and Seattle’s Kenny G shows you how he set a world record for heavy breathing….


Well who doesn't sweetie, but we're talking about the YEAR. Get your mind out of the gutter. (Oli Scarf/Getty Images)

The Stones ’69, George Has The Last Laugh With The Taxman: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

November 30th: In which The Rolling Stones’ greatest American tour gets underway, Elton gets crap from The Boy Scouts of America, and a small chunk of Manhattan Island is renamed for The Ramones singer…


George Harrison in 1966 with then-wife Patti Boyd, the inspiration behind "Something", "For You, Blue", "I Need You", and "Isn't It a Pity"...and later as Mrs. Eric Clapton, "Layla", "Bell Bottom Blues", and "Wonderful Tonight". "Something" came out today in 1969, George died today in 2001. (AFP/Getty Images)

All Things Must Pass, Sadly Including George Harrison: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

November 29th: Two more Beatles are deported from Germany, where as John said “I was born in Liverpool, but I grew up in Hamburg”…Colorado’s governor loves him some Rolling Stones, and Ronnie Montrose would be 69…


Arguably Seattle's best drummer, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam's Matt Cameron is 54 today. What a geezer. (Cindy Ord/Getty Images)

John Lennon’s Last Concert, Yardbirds Guitar Gods Unite, Seattle’s Best Drummer Turns 54: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]

November 28th: A Beatles Xmas song that used to be super-rare..John Lennon’s last major concert appearance came on a bet…and Seattle’s best drummer? I dunno, there’s a lot of good ones…some of them work here even…but we think he’s the best!


Jimi would be 74 today. (Hulton archive/Getty Images)

Pagey Plays Prison, Jimi Hendrix’s Birthday, Freddy Mercury’s Funeral: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

Spend ’62 with the Beatles, early live Stones, George Harrison and friends…Hendrix and his story, and tons more in today’s awesome videos….


Guess which KZOK artist was first played in Space when Cosmonauts cranked 'em on the stereo in their Soyuz? (Vyacheslav Oseledko/Getty Images)

Cream Bid Farewell, The Beatles Hit #1 Again, The First Band In Space: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

November 26th: Guess which Classic Rock staple was first in Space? See the Beatles “Rock Video” played on Ed Sullivan tonight in ’68…Cream’s farewell from the Royal albert Hall…The Eagles Hell freezing over…Fleetwood Mac over the years…live focus…and more…


HBD to Ellensburg's Mark Lanegan, solo artist and former singer with arguably the best band of the "grunge" era, The Screaming Trees. (Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images)

The Everlys Join The Marines, Lennon Sends His MBE Back, Hendrix Wows London: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

November 25th: In which John Lennon sends his MBE medal back to the Queen, The Jimi Hendrix Experience play their first show in London to a room full of rock stars with their jaws on the floor, Bob and Midge record Band Aid’s Do They Know It’s Christmas for Ethiopia…


Freddy left us today in 1991.  (Steve Wood/Getty Images)

The Beatles Give Us Strawberry Fields Forever, We Lose Freddy Mercury: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

November 24th: The original “rock videos” for Strawberry Fields Forever, Ringo’s Photograph, one of Seattle’s biggest rock stars you’ve never heard of, and Queen’s totally different and much harder rockin’ take on We Will Rock You from their awesome 1981 Montreal concert….playing tonight in Seattle area theaters!


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