The Velvet Underground
Gene Simmons is sure you love his band so much you’ll pay thousands to be buried in an official Kiss Koffin…Richard Nixon knew how to deal with pot smokin’ hippies…and see one of shock-rock’s prototypes, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins….
Epstein Courts The Beatles, A Who Show Goes Bad, And Floyd’s Pig Gets Loose: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Hear Brian Epstein talk about managing The Beatles, see live Stones and miming Monkees, the soccer team owned by Frampton, Wakeman, and Simon…and Ozzy on his birthday!
Paul Gets Schooled On How To Do “Woo!”, Woody Gets His Legs Broken: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
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!
Little Richard records his first record, The Beatles scream like schoolgirls, full documentaries on Chuck Berry (John Lennon screams for him too), CBGB, live Grateful Dead and BTO…and more!
Dylan Goes All Original, One Stevie Loses Another Sense, While Another Goes Solo: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
See Guns and Roses live in ’88, The Stones with Stevie Wonder, and Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgewick on Merv Griffin circa 1965!
Live videos from The Rolling Stones, early Def Leppard, The Velvet Underground with the shagadelic Nico, KISS, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins….and more!
Pagey Joins The Yardbirds, Blackmore Quits Deep Purple, And Ray Davies Is 69: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Awesome live Kinks, Aerosmith in the “Toxic Twins” years, Badfinger, Rolling Stones, Yardbirds with Jimmy Page, The Troggs getting down and dirty in Paris, and Axl Rose losing his temper! Oh my!
The Beatles Get Brian, Keith Richards Gets A Charge Playing Live, Ozzy’s Birthday: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
After having wild-eyed fans looking for their records in his store and going to see them at the Cavern Club, Brian Epstein invited The Beatles to his Liverpool office today in 1961 to discuss him […]
An 18 year old Richard Penniman was at an Atlanta radio station today in 1951 recording some of his songs for RCA. He had already taken to calling himself “Little Richard“. In 1964 he added […]