Ozzy Osbourne just got his next big TV role — and it’s as a cartoon fish whose name is strikingly similar to a fellow controversial rock star.
Pete Townsend Beans Cop With Guitar, Robert Plant Pulls Knife In Atlanta While He Is In Wales: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
See the stuffed lion The Beatles played with, guitar lessons with Pete Townsend and Jack Casady, and Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic catching his bass…with his head.
Lennon And McCartney Do Tonight Show, Yardbirds Singer Gets A Tragic Shock: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
John and Paul do the Tonight Show tonight in ’68, but…..Where’s Johnny? Who’s this f***in’ baseball player then?
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!
Buddy Invades Britain, Airplane Becomes Starship, And Goodbye Randy Rhodes: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
See Buddy Holly on his only British tour the way The Beatles did…Bob Dylan’s first-ever TV appearance doing that song from ‘O Brother Where Art Thou?…The Stones with and without ties…Ozzy with Randy Rhodes…and the last new Beatles song ever!
See Pattie Boyd right after she met George Harrison…hey! How’d she get in the cage? Hear 3 of the 2,200 covers of Paul McCartney’s Yesterday…Ray and Robbie pay tribute to Jim in Paris, and more…..
Live Led Zeppelin, Tower of Power, Manfred Mann doing Springsteen, Wishbone Ash, Focus (they’re even weirder live), and a historical reenactment of Ozzy’s trip to The Alamo. Do you like it? He peed on it.
Forty-four years ago, a teenager had just returned from the record store. Out of a paper bag came an LP with what looked to be a haunted castle and an ominous figure staring as he […]
We’re grateful that some of the greatest artists of all time are still adding to their respective legacies with excellent new albums. Here, then, are five great albums that legends released in 2013.
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of great albums as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, we look back at Black Sabbath’s fifth album, 1973′s ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.’