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At the Woodstock music festival in 1969, the British blues-rock band Ten Years After burst onto the U.S. music scene with a searing rendition of "I'm Going Home" featuring the fleet-fingered Alvin Lee whaling away on guitar. When the "Woodstock"...
Tags: Physiology, Mick Fleetwood, Concerts, Music, USA Today
It began in 1964 as a Time magazine photo assignment for Henry Grossman to cover the Beatles' debut appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." It developed over the years into a deep friendship between Grossman and the group, one that allowed him rare access...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGVeteran Lehigh Valley bluesmen Craig Thatcher and Mike Dugan make a triumphant return to Quakertown, playing a set of acoustic and full band tunes at McCoole's Arts and Events Place....
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGWhen it comes to music, the 1970s was a vapid wasteland. So did Olivia Newton-John’s more than a dozen Top 10 songs in that decade mean she was that good, or just that everything else was just so bad? Turns......
The first song the broader world heard from the Beatles wasn't one of the pop-music gems that seemed to flow so effortlessly from the pens of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, nor was it any of their versions of American R&B and blues songs that were a...
Tags: Norwich, John Lennon, Germany, Music Industry, England
Roland Moritz Longtime L.A. Philharmonic flutist Roland Moritz, 86, who played flute for the Los Angeles Philharmonic for more than 40 years and for a time shared the concert stage with his father, Frederick Moritz, the Philharmonic's longtime...
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Tony Sheridan, the singer/guitarist who in the early 60s met, mentored and later recorded with theBeatles while the Fab Four performed in Hamburg, Germany, died Saturday at the age of 72, UK’sTelegraph reports. Sheridan first met John Lennon, Paul...
Working on Richard LaGravenese's latest movie, "Beautiful Creatures,” gave a couple of the musicians who created the film's music a chance to follow in their fathers' footsteps. "It was epic,” George Harrison’s son Dhani Harrison...
On this topic, the legendary Paul McCartney was right on the money: There's no way that the world has had enough of silly love songs. And what's wrong with that? Music won't add inches to your waistline, like a box of chocolates will. It won't wither...
Guitar giant Eric Clapton and the Guitar Center have teamed to produce and sell the Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Collection, featuring replicas of some of his most famous guitars. Proceeds will benefit the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s...
Astrid Kirchherr met the Beatles in 1960 when they were five lads from Liverpool pounding out marathon shows at a club in a seedy part of her native Hamburg, Germany. She fell for the bass player, Stuart Sutcliffe, and found the others — John...
Tags: John Lennon, Arts, Radio, NPR, Ringo Starr
Over the years, many Hampton Roads radio stations have been content to follow more often than lead. For example, once rock hits were broken in major markets, local outlets would jump on and ride the wave. That's started to change recently as stations...
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