40 Years Ago: Mick Taylor Quits the Rolling Stones

 Mick Taylor is widely acknowledged as the most technically accomplished musician ever to perform as one of the Rolling Stones. Read more...

40 Years Ago: George Harrison Releases ‘Dark Horse’

Produced during a particularly turbulent period of George Harrison‘s life, Read more...

Ace Frehley to Cover Kiss Songs on Next Album

Ace Frehley‘s upcoming album of cover songs will hold a special treat for his long-time fans — new takes on classic Kiss songs.
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23 Years AgoThis Week : Freddie Mercury Dies

Freddie Mercury was the face of Queen’s  popular mix of hard rock, pop, cabaret, glam and opera in the ’70s, Read more...

35 Years Ago: ZZ Top Begins ’80s Transformation With ‘Deguello’

The album went platinum on the strength of a pair of radio favorites in ‘I Thank You’ and ‘Cheap Sunglasses.’

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30 Years Ago: The Who Say Farewell (Sorta) With ‘Who’s Last’

The Whohave toured so much in the past 15 years that it’s amusing to think of the rock titans stagin Read more...

50 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Banned In Cleveland

The Rolling Stones were no strangers to controversy from the very start. On the band’s second U.S. tour, their appearance in Cleveland, Ohio on November 3, 1964 became the scene of near tragedy. Read more...

45 Years Ago: Johnny Winter Releases His Masterpiece

late October 1969  Johnny Winter released ‘Second Winter,’ arguably the pinnacle of his long and storied career. Read more...

40 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Get Back to Rock ‘n’ Roll

In October 1974, the Rolling Stones reminded fans, critics and possibly even themselves that it’s only rock ‘n’ roll. Read more...

35 Years Ago: Fleetwood Mac Tries Something New with ‘Tusk’

How do you release a double album that goes multi-platinum, breaks the Top Five, spawns multiple hit singles, while still being widely regarded as an artistic flop? Read more...
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