Sinatra Launches Reprise, Monkees Play Instruments, And Black Sabbath’s Debut: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Hear Frank Sinatra’s ultra rare record for The Beatles Apple label he recorded for Ringo’s wife’s birthday…Peter Gabriel era Genesis, Black Sabbath doing their theme song, and more…
The Killer Marries 13 Year Old Cousin, Jim’s Last Show With The Doors, Mick Knighted: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Boogie with Ian Stewart, Arthur Lee and Love, Dickey Betts and The Allmans, Ike Turner, the MC5, plus hear Keith Richards bitch about Mick getting Knighted…
Paul Points Out That He’s Not Really Dead, Led Zeppelin II, Pearl Jam’s First Show: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Super rare film of the Who in their mod-scene element when they were The High Numbers…Pearl Jam’s first-ever show in Seattle when they were Mookie Blaylock…and Paul McCartney tells David Letterman what it’s like to be dead….
The Beatles Cartoon and The Partridge Family Come To TeeVee, We Lose Bonzo: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Wanna feel old? Watch the very first episodes of The Beatles cartoon and The Partridge Family! That one sure makes Danny feel old…
Bowie Brings Ziggy To America, Willie Neil and John Start Farm Aid: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Two of the greatest charity fundraiser concerts ever happened on the same day…one of TV’s greatest but most short lived music TV shows, long before MTV…and Nirvana’s ONE show with Dan Peters of Mudhoney right BEFORE they got HUGE
Wax Beatles At Tussauds, Collins Steps Out From Behind The Drums, Jimmy Page Not A Satan-Worshipper: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Take a tour of London’s landmark wax museum, Live Zeppelin, Genesis, CSN, Ozzy, Tull, and Seattle’s own Mudhoney!
Video today includes The Beatles rooftop concert, Bloody Sunday in Ireland and some of the songs inspired by the British Army’s tragic overreaction, early Genesis, and more….
12. Capping Day – Seattle Art Museum May 3 Vanderpool: [This was] for the opening of the EMP’s “Women Who rock” exhibit and the ACT theater’s play These Streets, written by Greta Harley and Stranger “genius […]
How many bands, let alone Seattle bands, have their own Ice Cream flavor?
Bruce Pavitt, co-founder of Seattle’s Sub Pop, admits the label’s success couldn’t have happened without a little field trip he and his business partner Jonathan Poneman coordinated in 1989. At the end of November of that […]