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!
The Beatles First Time At Abbey Road, Syd's First Show Since Floyd: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]June 6th: Love Me Do was released with 3 different drummers...see the one you've never heard of, Roy Orbison riding motorcycles, Screaming Lord Sutch, from whom it could be said that Alice Cooper stole his whole schtick...and more...
Buddy's First Single, Bob's Second Album, The Pistols Make England Angry: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]May 27th: Buddy Holly on Ed Sullivan doing the song that sold millions of Stratocasters and made The Beatles fall in love with Buddy Holly....live Stones, Paul McCartney getting his doctorate, and... Pirate Radio! Arrr!
The Tragic Station Nightclub Fire, And Kurt Cobain Would Be 50: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]February 20th: Early live Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Spirit, Jerry Lewis's Son, Screaming Lord Sutch...a rare early interview with Nirvana, and a documentary on the tragic Great White show tonight in 2003.
Paul Gets Schooled On How To Woo!, Woody Gets His Legs Broken: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]November 12th: Ultra rare video today includes Billy Preston talking about meeting The Beatles and his boss Little Richard, Patti Boyd opens up to Ron Wood, and Screaming Lord Sutch, England's original shock-rocker!
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!
The Beatles First Session, Syd Goes Solo, And Meet Screaming Lord Sutch: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]The Beatles recorded Love Me Do....the first time...with Pete Best. George Martin was not amused. Screaming Lord Sutch tours New Jersey with Bruce Springsteen...and a dramatization of Decca A&R man Dick Rowe turning down The Beatles.