Beck Smashes Howe's Guitar, Lennon And Morrison Talk Guns: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Zeptember 23rd: See The Yardbirds with Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page, hear one of Steve Howe's pre-Yes bands, Alex Chilton and The Box Tops, and watch Neil Young with Crosby Stills and Nash schooling the youngsters on how to make an old-fashioned hippie protest song....
Stones Meet Blues Idols In Chicago , Jerry Garcia Don't Feel Too Good: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]June 10th: Fly Down Under with The Beatles, The Stones pay tribute to Chess Records, Jerry Garcia talks about being in a coma and the weird s*** he saw, and Howlin' Wolf live in England....
British Invade Britain, Slowhand Drinks Too Much: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]March 14th: The Beatles invented rock videos, though they didn't call them that then....see one of their early ones...along with live Metallica with Dave Mustaine...Chicago in the early days...and more!
Jimmy Page's Forgotten Solo Record, Elvis Meets Doctor Feelgood: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]February 26th: Hear Jimmy Page's first solo record, circa 1965...Paul McCartney sings Michelle...to Michelle....Obama....Canned Heat at Woodstock...meet Elvis's pill-happy doctor...and more...
Elvis And The Who Debut On TV, And We Are The World: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]January 28th: Elvis and The Who make their TV debuts on the same day, but 10 years apart. Live Traffic, Wings, Moody Blues, and more....
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Garfield High School One Of The First To Use Quincy Jones' Music Education AppSeattle's Garfield High School will be one of the first schools in the U.S. to use Quincy Jones' education application called Playground Sessions, an app that teaches users how to play the piano and read music.
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