Today in Rock History – March 25th


1966, At a photo session with Bob Whitaker’s studio in London, The Beatles posed in white coats using sides of meat with mutilated and butchered dolls for the cover of their next American album, ‘Yesterday and Today’. After a public outcry, the L.P. was pulled from stores and re-issued with a new cover. 1967, The […]

Today in Rock History – September 22nd


1965, San Francisco band The Great Society, featuring Grace Slick and her husband Darby, make their live debut at The Coffee Gallery, North Beach, California. 1967, The Doors appeared on the Murray the K show on WPIX-TV in New York City performing “People Are Strange” and “Light My Fire.” 1968  Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum gives […]

Today in Rock History – September 19th


1969, Creedence Clearwater Revival scored their only No.1 single with “Bad Moon Rising” Also on this day the group started a four-week run at No.1 on the album chart with Green River. 1969, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young performed at the Fillmore East in New York. 1969, Child, featuring Bruce Springsteen played the first of […]

Today in Rock History – September 3rd


1966, Donovan went to No.1 on the US singles chart with “Sunshine Superman,” a No.2 hit in the UK. The track featured then Yardbird and future Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. 1967, During a 10-date tour of Sweden, The Jimi Hendrix Experience appeared at the Liseburg in Gothenburg, Sweden. 1968, After a two week absence, […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Most People” by Dawes


Dawes make musical catnip circa 1976 for Mumford-loving, aging boomers who are desperately trying to stay musically relevant, while never ever leaving their musical comfort zone. And along with Fleet Foxes, Dawes have created a sound that is grounded in well-written songs, hummable melodies, plush harmonies and poetic lyrics that are chock full of credibility, […]

Imaginary Music in 3D

Imaginary Music Show

Two weeks ago on The Award Winning 3D RadioActivity we featured a musical journey into fantasy, so on this episode we are playing songs about imagination: the ability of forming new images and sensations when they are indirectly perceived through sight, hearing, or other senses.  Imagination helps provide meaning to experience and understanding to knowledge; […]

Jackson Browne – Opening Night, 2012 Tour 7-15-12 – Glitch City


by Richard Lyman … The Blumenthal Performing Arts Center is arguably Charlotte’s premier music venue. It hosts the Charlotte Symphony, the Opera, Broadway shows, the ballet and most of the big name rock acts who come thru town who care about good acoustics and only need to sell two thousand tickets. In theory, it was […]