Gram Parsons End At Joshua Tree, No Nukes, Simon And Garfunkel Play To Half-Million At Central Park: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Zeptember 19th: In which the No Nukes Concert doesn't work, because we still have nukes, in fact we have even more nukes now. Pearl Jam puts out a record setting record, the 5th Beatles has a birthday but dies first, and the Lovely Lita Ford
The Premier Of Help!, The Debut Of Cream, The Birth Of Geddy: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]July 29th: In which we see movie trailers galore in today's videos: The Beatles Help!, Beware of Mr. (Ginger) Baker, and Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan documentary...plus live Cream and Screaming Lord Sutch!
Bill Graham Opens The Fillmore...Guess Who's Playing? And Aerosmith's First Show: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]November 6th: ...Oooh! Oooh! It was the Grateful Dead I'll bet! What do I win? George Young has Friday on his mind, it's his birthday. And The Monkees movie! Man is that weird!
Zeppelin III, And Elvis Has Left The Building: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]November 5th: Boyce and Hart and The Monkees....a tour of Bron-Yr-Aur in south Snowdonia Wales, where Page and Plant wrote most of Zeppelin III... that cute Peter Noone on Ed Sullivan, and more!
Help! Premiers, Dylan Crashes Triumph, Zeppelin Robbed: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Elvis does the song John Lennon panned on the BBC's Juke Box Jury...Early live Cream...the bizarre Screaming Lord Sutch...and a delightful interview with Geddy Lee of Rush on his birthday!
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America's Biggest Band Plays First Show, Graham Opens Fillmore, Sax Invents Ophone: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Monkees Can't Play, Elvis Leaves The Building, Billy Switches Supermodels: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]