Epstein Meets The Beatles, John Meets Yoko, Plant Gets Married: This Day In Classic Rock: [Videos]November 9th: In which Brian Epstein goes to check out a band kids keep asking for in his record store...the first issue of Rolling Stone comes with a free roach clip...and BTO point out they didn't rip off The Who...
Floyd Wish Syd Were Here...Rick Wright Too: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Zeptember 15th: In which we see high tech car audio...for the day...in car ads from the 60's....The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour...and Pink Floyd's Rick Wright's piano on Dark Side of the Moon...soloed so you can hear how awesome it is...
The Beatles Introduce Their Guru, Hendrix Plays England For The Last Time, The Stones Make Bank: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]August 26th: In which we thrill to Lennon's original musical take on the Maharishi before George made him change it...the incredible Isle of Wight festival from 1970...and the "Shreds" series parodies of Rolling Stones' Top 5 Guitarists.
Seattle Pop Day Two, Hendrix's Last Seattle Show, Zeppelin Cancels Last Tour: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]July 26th: The legendary Seattle Pop Festival arguably had a better lineup than Woodstock a month later...footage of Jimi Hendrix's last show in Seattle....watch Mick age before your eyes...Brian Johnson of AC/DC on Britain's car show Top Gear....and MORE!
Stones Go Dixieland, The Who Are The Loudest, And Bonzo's Birthday: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]May 31st: John Bonham would be 68 today....Led Zeppelin's drummer changed rock music forever. The Stones take a cue from dixie land jazz bands, who used to play walking the streets of New Orleans the day of their show to advertise. Naturally the Stones amped it up a bit.
Mick Beaned, Ringo Doubled, Wilsons Honor Wilson, Dr. Hook Gets The Cover Of The Rolling Stone:This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]March 29th: See footage of the Rolling Stones in the South of France in 1966....we don't have footage of someone hitting Mick with a chair, but it's pretty cool anyway. Who the hell would throw a chair at Mick?
Zeppelin's First Album Hits Stores, Keith Busted For Blow, Van Snubs Rock Hall: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]January 12th: Early live Zeppelin, The Steve Miller Band, and The Police...Freddy Mercury's Rolls Royce, a tour of Strawberry Fields in Liverpool, and Big Star, the best band you've maybe never heard of....
KISS Vs. Rock Critics: The Never-Ending BattleRock critic Dave Marsh has some thoughts about "the hottest band in the world."
KISS Lands the Cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ For the First Time EverBetter late than never!
5 Artists 'Rolling Stone' Could Have Put On Their Cover
5 Things We Learned From Jimmy Page's "Rolling Stone" InterviewLed Zeppelin and Rolling Stone magazine have always had an uneasy relationship: although the band dominated the '70s, they were only on the cover once during that decade. And Rolling Stone didn't always give Zeppelin's records favorable reviews. So, it was a surprise that the band's leader Jimmy Page gave the magazine an eight-hour plus interview in the new issue, which features a vintage Page shot on the cover.
Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Won't Happen This Year