Wh-Wh-Who had a huge hit trying to sound like M-M-M-Mods on S-S-S-S-Speed? And stop sending stuff to Ringo! Just stop it! Can’t you see he’s busy?
Ready for an immersive experience? The retrospective “David Bowie Is” opens today in Chicago, and it’s a mind-blowing examination of one of the modern musical era’s most fascinating creative minds.
The Beatles talk about meeting Bob Dylan, and Ringo spills the beans on Conan: He was the first one to take a hit! Brian Wilson reveals the real inspiration behind California Girls, and it wasn’t a SHE…or a He for that matter…live Alice Cooper, Chicago, and more!
The story of The Stones’ managers record company, The Beatles 6th-to-last show ever, Exploding White Mice, Lennon with Cheap Trick, and more……..
Townsend Goes El Kabong On Moon, Chicago’s Bass Player Beat Up By Marines: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Joe Cocker sings with subtitled lyrics AND with John Belushi imitating him…and Chicago’s Peter Cetera sings with his jaw wired shut after some Marines beat the snot out of him!
Chicago is about to return with their first new album in quite a while, and this one may do something that the horn-fueled band rarely does: court controversy.
The Beatles invented rock videos, though they didn’t call them that then….see one of their early ones…along with live Metallica with Dave Mustaine…Chicago in the early days…and more!
See one of the first “rock videos” ever made…of course they didn’t call them that then. See the great Terry Kath on guitar LIVE, Johnny Rotten gets nasty, the awesome Slim Harpo…and more!
No Dancing In Cleveland, Floyd’s First Single, And Terry Kath Is Great On Guitar, With Guns Not So Much: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
See the earliest known footage of Nirvana at a Radio Shack in Aberdeen, Hear Springsteen’s last show with his band Steel Mill, and the last E-Street Band performance of Danny Federici…
The GRAMMY Hall of Fame was established in 1973 to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old. According to GRAMMY.org, inductees are selected by a “special member committee of eminent and knowledgeable professionals from all branches of the recording arts.”