1965, Wilson Pickett made his UK live debut at the Scotch of St. James Club in London. 1966, John Lennon met Yoko Ono for the first time when he visited her art exhibition "Unfinished Paintings and Objects" at the Indica Gallery in London. 1967, the first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine was published in San Francisco. It featured a photo of John Lennon on the cover, … [Read more...] about Today in Rock History – November 9
Today in Rock History – August 19
1964, The High Numbers, (The Who) played at The Scene in Soho London, England. 1964, The Beatles kicked off a North American tour at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California, to a crowd of 17,130. Playing 12 songs which made up their repertoire for the entire tour: Twist and Shout, You Can't Do That, All My Loving, She Loves You, Things We Said Today, Roll Over Beethoven, … [Read more...] about Today in Rock History – August 19
Song Of The Day – “Just A Song Before I Go” by Crosby, Stills & Nash
The release of 1977’s “CSN” album signaled a comeback for the trio during a time when like-minded artists like Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, America and many others of that ilk were seeing their biggest successes. The airwaves were chock full of mellow singer-songwriter rock, and the group’s now-matured hippie idealism put the trio right back on top. … [Read more...] about Song Of The Day – “Just A Song Before I Go” by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Concert Review – David Crosby at McGlohon Theater – Charlotte
Thanks to Glenn Love for this review. David Crosby last night at the quaint, 720-seat McGlohon Theater in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina was most excellent, as was the fresh Triple C IPA that was on tap. Crosby's extraordinarily tight and talented band consisted of: Michael League, founder of Snarky Puppy, on guitar, bass & vocals; Becka Stevens, a native of … [Read more...] about Concert Review – David Crosby at McGlohon Theater – Charlotte
Editors Choice: Graham Nash – "Military Madness"
The Acid Flashback streaming is coming! Here's a little sample of what we play. This comes from his first solo release in may, 1971. He is assisted by bandmates David Crosby and Neil Young, along with Jerry Garcia and Phil Lesh from the Grateful Dead, as well as Dave Mason, David Lindley, and Rita Coolidge. … [Read more...] about Editors Choice: Graham Nash – "Military Madness"