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Best Classic Bands Second Anniversary

We’re celebrating year two of the best classic rock news, features, reviews, contests, charts and more! Thank you for your support and please tell your friends

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Beach Boys’ ‘Pet Sounds’: Still Awesome at 50+

We spoke with Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and others as they look back at the masterpiece. “It didn’t meet Capitol Records’ expectations so they took it off the market.”

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Why Deaths of Older Rock Legends Still Shake Us

A wave of deaths of older rock legends has given boomers reason to pause. Is 67 or 70 the new 27? “I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead.”

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Muhammad Ali: Greatest Showman of a Generation

During his peak years, the Champ was as big a rock star as any of ’em. If you are of a certain age, you already knew that

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Gregg Allman: A Previously Unpublished Interview

Two years ago, the ABB mainstay was leading his own band and released a killer live album. This conversation with the legend has never before been seen.

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‘Dylan Goes Electric’ Author Talks Newport ’65

Author and folklorist Elijah Wald explores the myths, context and events surrounding the famous electric live debut at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival

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Rolling Stones in Mono – Behind the Boxed Set

ABKCO Records has gathered together all of the mono mixes of the British legends’ earliest albums into a beautiful new boxed set. We spoke with the label’s Chief Audio Engineer

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Timothy B. Schmit of the Eagles: An Intimate Chat

As a core member of the Eagles and Poco, and as a solo artist, he’s been ubiquitous for decades. We chat with a legend of California rock.

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Preview: The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper Reissue

A select few were treated to a first-hand preview of the ambitious 50th Anniversary release by project producer Giles Martin. “It’s a humbling process”

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Creedence Clearwater Revisited Still Fortunate

Original CCR members Doug Clifford and Stu Cook talk about then and now of the group that was arguably the most popular American band from 1969 to 1971

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