The Rolling Stones have celebrated their golden anniversary with five shows, two new songs, one documentary (2012’s Crossfire Hurricane), and a slew of other film and photo exhibits around the world. Now they’ll get their […]
A little more than a week has passed since Bruce Springsteen‘s former home located at 71/2 West End Court Long Branch, New Jersey was placed on the market for $349,900 by one of its three […]
“I wish they had taken a few weeks to make it. It’s fine for us freaks.” – Little Steven
The former Beatle and Motown Records founder Berry Gordy are teaming up to raise money to help conserve and honor a famous piece of Motown’s history.
At the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, Bob Dylan “went electric,” as his three-song set has since been famously dubbed. But does Dylan know where the Fender Stratocaster he used that day is?
Mick Jagger is not a frontman bound by the confines of his band. In addition to releasing four solo albums, the Rolling Stones singer has collaborated with his fair share of musical friends, some more […]
This week in 1981, “Music Television” (yes kids, they used to play music on MTV!) aired its first ever “stereo” concert. The featured band had the #1 album in the land with Hi Infidelity, which […]
Genesisview gallery 25 years ago this week, it was an interesting competition for the coveted #1 spot at the top of the charts. The band that had the #1 single beat out a solo artist…who […]
On this day in 1969, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]John Lennon[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Yoko Ono[/lastfm] retreated to Montreal to record the classic “Give Peace a Chance.” They also held a peace rally and performed the song for tens […]
This week in 1967, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Jimi Hendrix[/lastfm] signed his first record deal in North America with Reprise Records. Just a few months later, Are You Experienced got its U.S. release and a legend was born.