BCB Blog

We bring you behind the scenes and inside the process at Best Classic Bands as well as share our thoughts and opinions, announce news about our site, and keep you up to date about what’s currently up here, what’s to come and much more.

Ocean Carolina Takes It One Step At A Time

Ocean Carolina’s Michael Simone took an unusual path to being a frontman for a band

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Let’s Not Call It a Faces Reunion

Best Classic Bands’ editor is a huge fan of The Faces. But he resists calling the show played last night by Rod Stewart, Ron Wood and Kenney Jones The Faces .

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Classic Rock Pics Show in Woodstock

Classic rock pics were on display at an exhibit in Woodstock NY that featured images from many well known photographers

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Stacks and Stacks of Vinyl: Tower Records in 1971

Go back in time (before “big box stores”) and watch film footage of when Tower Records’ Sunset Blvd store was an adventure in vinyl album shopping.

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AXS TV Airs New ‘Live From Abbey Road’ Shows

AXS TV is the cable and satellite channel for music lovers with the new season of Live From Abbey Road, concerts galore and The Wrecking Crew documentary

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Aussie Rocker Courtney Barnett Intros Art Line (Update)

Apparently, singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett isn’t one to be complacent. After (finally) releasing her debut full-length earlier this year, Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit (via Mom + Pop Music in the U.S.) to rave reviews, the

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Show How Grateful You Are for The Dead

If maybe you’re at Soldier Field this weekend saying Fare The Well or wishing you were or want to express your gratitude to the Grateful Dead, you can frame your social media photos in nine different Dead-themed frames by going

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How Best Classic Bands Started: Burton Cummings

The idea for Best Classic Bands started with an innocent Facebook post that resulted in a missed concert and a vow to do something about it

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Best Classic Bands.com Has Arrived!

It’s been a bit longer and somewhat stranger trip than we expected along the way from inception to fruition. And a rather steep learning curve at times. But now that we’ve flipped the switch and gone live, we couldn’t be

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