Clapton Starts Cream, Harrison's First Beatles #1: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]July 16th: In which we see Cream live, The Beatles and their wives in the sweet mushy video for George's love song "Something", live and Playboy Mansion Deep Purple, and Stewart Copeland takes on Letterman's drum solo week....
Mick And Keith Busted In Witch-Hunt, Hendrix Comes Home, Densmore Sues Doors: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]February 12th: More Beatles from the first week of the British Invasion circa 1964...Mick and Keith busted in tabloid-fueled Witch Hunt...Hendrix comes home to Seattle....and more!
Zeppelin's First Album Hits Stores, Keith Busted For Blow, Van Snubs Rock Hall: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]January 12th: Early live Zeppelin, The Steve Miller Band, and The Police...Freddy Mercury's Rolls Royce, a tour of Strawberry Fields in Liverpool, and Big Star, the best band you've maybe never heard of....
Simon And Garfunkel's TV Debut, Two Beatles Albums Debut, Dylan Gets Married, Wyman Gets Divorced: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]November 22nd: See the Beatles recording the White Album and live in '63...Meet Bill Wyman's ex-wife Mandy (she was 13 when they started dating)...live Talking Heads, Simon and Garfunkels first song...
Q&A: Stewart Copeland of the Police Speaks on the Gaza Strip Conflict, 'Fancy Friends' Jam Sessions, StingCopeland has unusual insight into the Gaza Strip conflict because he grew up in Beirut and spent much of his childhood in the Middle East.
Peter Gabriel, Stewart Copeland, Serj Tankian Contribute to Gaza Relief Album '2 Unite All'"I am not and have never been anti-Israeli or anti-Semitic; I am anti-Israeli government policy, anti-injustice, anti-oppression and anti-occupation," says Peter Gabriel.
Cream Formed In Ginger's Car, George Does Something, Dylan Is Alias: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]See the film for the Beatles "Something"...Cream at the very beginning...a tour of Springsteen's hometown...The Police's drummer's solo on Letterman...and more!
Andy Summers Will Never Rule Out A Police ReunionFormer Police guitarist Andy Summers will premiere a documentary at the New York Documentary Festival on November 9th. Titled "Can't Stand Losing You," the film is based on Summers' 2006 autobiography "One Train Later: A Memoir" and will take an in-depth look into the Police from the '70s, '80s and their reunion tour from 2007-2008.
Beach Boys Get A Contract, Clapton forms Cream, Stewart Copeland's 60: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]

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