John And Paul Show Mick And Keith How It's Done: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Zeptember 10th: In which we see the Beatles and Stones do the song John and Paul wrote in front of Mick and Keith that made 'em think "Hey! We can do that!" and the Seattle band's song that conquered the world.
The Monkees Meet The Beatles, The "27 Club" Gets 2 Biggies, Lauren Hammond And His Organ: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]July 3rd: In which The Monkees meet The Beatles, and it goes better than they expected! Crosby Stills and Nash meet at Joni Mitchell's house, and Lauren Hammond and some of the famous players of his organ....wait, that sounded dirty. It's not.
Jones Leaves Stones, Wakeman Leaves Yes (1st Time), Springsteen Gets Married (2nd Time): This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]June 8th: The other Stones sack Brian, but let him tell the public...Rick Wakeman live and on Top Gear...Bill Wyman solo...Springsteen with an entirely different Patti....and more in today's bitchin' vids!
48 Years Ago Today: Led Zeppelin Destroys Green Lake Aqua Theater!Zeppelin's second Seattle show was awesome, unless you were the Green Lake Aqua Theater ...or Ann and Nancy Wilson. Also, an interview with the author of an excellent new Zeppelin bathroom-book with never before told tales of rock and roll debauchery involving creatures from the briny deep of Puget Sound.
David Bowie Releases Song For Apollo 11 Launch, Jerry Garcia Launches Neckties: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]See David Bowie's original 1969 video for Space Oddity...and Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's cover on board the International Space Station..live Humble Pie...Bill Clinton talks about his Jerry Garcia neckties...and Seattle's own Heart with HUGE HAIR in the 80's....no really, it's the biggest damn hair EVER!
John And Paul School Mick And Keith, Davies Invents Metal, Slash Hates G&R's Only #1: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]Joe Perry speaks on his birthday...so does John Lennon's first wife Cyn! And who really played lead guitar on The Kinks' You Really Got Me?
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