The Monkees Debut, Johnny Cash Checks Out, And The Birth Of The Professor: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Thin Lizzy live, the trailers for Magical Mystery Tour and La Bamba, the first-ever full Monkees episode, Fleetwood Mac get back together for Bill, and The Professor’s part of Letterman’s drum solo week!
Mick Nearly Trampled, Ringo Rejoins To Flowers, And The First “US” Festival: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
The Stones in Dublin in ’65, Donovan goes psychedelic with Page and Jonesy, The Woz throws his first US Festival, and money is no object…all this and more in today’s bitchin’ video smorgasbord.
Beatles Rained Out, Leppard’s Drummer Rejoins With One Less Arm, And Robert Plant Can Retire Now: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
The Stones’ manager starts a record label, and puts out Rick Derringer’s first hit. They have a party, and Eric Clapton drinks. A lot. The Beatles, already sick of playing live get rained out in Cincinatti three nights before coming to Seattle sunshine! All this and more useless rock and roll trivia inside!
Today’s bitchin’ vids include Live Beatles, The Beatles landing in Seattle in ’64, Live Queen, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Ginger Baker being his lovable, affable self!
Thin Lizzy has announced a “Farewell” in a press release, that states, “After a very successful 2 year run with the current line up. Thin Lizzy have made a decision to not release a new album under the Thin Lizzy name.”
Beatles Last At Abbey Road, Leppard’s First With Armless Drummer, And A 64 Year Old Plant: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Bo Diddley performed live for the first time tonight 1955 at Harlem’s Apollo Theater. The Rolling Stones then-manager Andrew Loog Oldham and partner Tony Calder launched their label Immediate Records with a party tonight in […]
The new, expanded edition of The Smashing Pumpkins’ “Pisces Iscariot” reveals that even during the punk-obsessed ’90s, frontman Billy Corgan had a pretty big jones for the classic rock and pop of the ’60s and ’70s.
Old Gar’ gave us an extra long version of This Day In Classic Rock…
Another busy day in classic rock history…
[pullquote quote="I'll remember a late 1970's overnight shift in a snowy January and reaching for a Gary Moore solo track called 'Flight of the Snow Moose.'" credit="Lin Brehmer"]The enigmatic Peter Green, original leader of Fleetwood […]