Lennon’s Psychedelic Rolls Is Closer Than You Think, Cobain’s Body Found: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
See John Lennon’s iconic psychedelic Rolls Royce…it’s usually not so far away from us. Wings play their first single, one that got them banned in England, and stories from 20 years ago today, when Kurt Cobain was found. It still makes us sad.
See the legendary grainy video of the Who show in ’74 when Keith Moon passes out and is replaced by a 19 year old audience member…it’s the rock and roll equivalent of the Zapruder film from the grassy knoll!
Moon’s Last Show With the Who, McCartney Raises $$$ For NYC After 9/11: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
See The Kingsmen from Portland doing Louie Louie on national TV, Paul McCartney showing off the Elvis Bass, and Alice Cooper vs. Kiss: You be the judge!
(We should mention we have a conflicting report telling us this was released in the U.S. on August 18th…but we’re gonna go with the 21st)
Stones Get Satisfaction, George Plays Backwards, And Bob Seger Is 67: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
See The Stones play Satisfaction over the years! See Marianne Faithfull talking about Mick! See the Who talk about Keith Moon! And tons more…
See Keith Moon trash a hotel room with the help of Steve Martin! See the lovely Cilla Black sing a Paul McCartney wrote for her on her Limey TV show! See the REAL Lester Bangs and the fake one from Cameron Crowe’s movie…and more!
John Psychedelicizes His Rolls, Kurt Cobain Found Dead, Woody Escapes The Reaper: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
IN which Kurt’s body is found by an electrician who immediately calls The X, John paints his Rolls all psychedelic on Julian’s birthday, and more!
Bowie’s first TV show, Bad Company’s first shows, McCartney’s less-than-first weed-bust, and Keith Moon gets a plaque for blowing up toilets…and other stuff…all with bitchin’ videos.
In which another Scott fills in for The Who’s drummer on short notice 40 years after the last time it happened!
In the past few years, a number of rock legends have picked up the proverbial pen to set the record straight on their personal stories. Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Sting have all told their […]