These ten documentaries take a look at some of the music industry’s best and how they made it to the top.
Chuck Berry from ’59 live, Wonderful Radio London, The Beach Boys with Brian Wilson’s replacement, Mr. Glen Campbell, George Harrison’s pad on Maui, and the drum solo that sold a million drum kits…
Epstein Courts The Beatles, Floyd’s Pig Gets Loose, A Who Show Goes Bad: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Hear Brian Epstein talk about managing The Beatles, learn how to not get jolted by your electric guitar, live Monkees, the Stones listening to themselves, the soccer team owned by Frampton, Wakeman, and Simon…and Ozzy on his birthday!
Hot on the heels of releasing an Eddie Vedder solo live set for charity, Pearl Jam is offering up another special concert album for fans to devour.
Bill Graham Opens The Fillmore…Guess Who’s Playing? And Aerosmith’s First Show: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
…Oooh! Oooh! It was the Grateful Dead I’ll bet! Or maybe the Jefferson Airplane… What do I win? What do you mean “employees are not eligible?” That’s bulls***!
Yes, they sang “Hunger Strike.” And it was awesome.
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 song was written about the area in which they performed that night.
While Pearl Jam played a show in Detroit on Thursday night (Oct. 16), singer Eddie Vedder took a moment to dedicate a thought and a song to Isaiah “Ikey” Owens.
Eddie Vedder doesn’t break promises.