This Day In Classic Rock History
Welcome to Monday! Guitarist Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi is 52, and on this day in 1969, The Rolling Stones released “Honky Tonk Women.” The song inspired by an old Hank Williams classic “Honky Tonk Blues.”
Perhaps you were at Steely Dan’s WAMU performance last Saturday, many thought it too jazzy…many did not, however, on this day in 1977, Steely Dan released their classic “Aja” album.
June 28, 2011, WTF? Another light day for birthdays. Unless of coarse it’s your big day! “Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em!”
Original Beatle bassist Stu Sutcliffe would have been 71. Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter is 70. On this day 1976, Paul McCartney & Wings wrapped up their “Wing Over America” tour at The Forum in […]
Free Concert Friday from us to you tickets to see KISS! With a tour on the way, it WAS On this day in 1978, The Rolling Stones‘ ”Miss You,” the first single from their forthcoming […]
Robbie Kieger talked about him this past Saturday on Crow’s Psychedelic 60’s Show, The Doors/Janis Joplin producer Paul Rothchild would have been 76 today.
Welcome to Thursday! Guitar god Ritchie Blackmore, of Deep Purple and Rainbow fame, is 66, on this day in 1969, Paul McCartney and John Lennon recorded The Beatles song “The Ballad of John and Yoko” in […]
Hi! Bassist Jack Casady of the Jefferson Airplane is 67, Lowell George, the crazy musical genius behind Little Feat, would have been 66 and “Mighty Max” Weinberg, The E Street Band‘s drummer, is 60.
Welcome yo Tuesday! Steppenwolf‘s head guy, John Kay is 67, David Letterman turns a cranky 64 and Guitarist Pat Travers is 57.
On this day in 1067 The Who begin recording what Pete Townshend considered their greatest single I Can See For Miles. When it was eventually released Pete could not believe it did not sky rocket […]