The Beatles Play Seattle Again, Hendrix Opens a Studio: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]August 25th: In which we see The Beatles in Seattle as they arrive for their 3rd and 4th to last-ever live shows...Seattle's own Soundgarden play Jimi Hendrix's studio in New York...Page and Plant unplugged, and more!
The Kinks And Moody Blues Come To America, Elton Plays For Wine: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]June 17th: The sad story of the guy who played one of rock's earliest and most recognizable guitar leads....Live Kinks and Moody Blues from the year they first came to America...Springsteen's longest show ever....all of it...and Vanderpool plays Journey. What?
4 Die In Ohio, Zeppelin Charter The Starship, Metallica Go After Napster: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]May 4th: Hendrix on top of The Pops, Zeppelin on their Boeing 707, Paul Butterfield at Monterrey, The Troggs in a tubestation...and Kurt Cobain's Seattle house...
The Beatles First American Concert, Ringo Gets Married, Paul Gets Cleaned Out: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]February 11th: The Beatles first concert on U.S. soil, Ringo and his lovely bride do an interview, as does Paul's ex after cleaning him out...all that and more in today's video roundup!
Beatles Start British Invasion, Plant Wins Grammys Without Zeppelin: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]February 9th: They weren't the first Brits to have a hit in the States, but when The Beatles played Ed Sullivan it launched The British Invasion...plus live at the Cavern Club, George's concert for Bangladesh, and more...
Gerry Goffin, Legendary Songwriter and Carole King Ex, Dies at 75Gerry Goffin, a songwriter who co-wrote a veritable cornucopia of pop music classics, died Thursday (June 19) at his home in Los Angeles, according to CBS Los Angeles. He was 75.
Ringo's New Ludwigs, Paul On Acid, And Ann's Birthday: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]For Ann's birthday videos include Heart at WSU in 1976, a rare Ann and Nancy TV interview, and of course them doing Stairway for Led Zeppelin and President Obama...Robert Plant cried, it was so good!