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Tony Burrows: A Six-Time One-Hit Wonder

The singer still lays claim to the title of the only one-hit wonder who did it six times. It’s a title that’s unlikely to ever be matched.

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Radio Hits in August 1965: Look Back

In the summer of 1965, the Beach Boys, the Beatles, Sonny & Cher and Bob Dylan were all climbing the charts with some timeless singles

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Melanie on ‘Candles in the Rain,’ ‘Brand New Key’ & More

“I was just Melanie, the cute flower child person. To the hip people, the real hipsters, I became the cool person to bash. I don’t know how that happened.”

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Look Back: Beatles Different ‘Revolver’ Releases

Learn a thing or two about an album that’s been an essential part of your collection for decades, including the unusual decision about its singles

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The Flying Burrito Bros.’ Seminal Country-Rock Debut

Gram Parsons had envisioned the Burritos as “his” band, but ‘The Gilded Palace of Sin’ underscores the partnership between Parsons and Chris Hillman.

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Radio Hits in August 1968: Look Back

Top 40 was rocking in 1968 this week with a WLS Chicago Top 10 dominated by many classic rock favorites, including hits by The Doors, Cream and Steppenwolf

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Jeff Lynne’s ELO Open 2018 North American Tour

Believe it or not, it’s the group’s first tour there since 1981. And the appreciative sold-out crowd on opening night enjoyed hit after hit after hit

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Happy Birthday Tony Bennett!

The American icon has a long history of singing rock songs and collaborating with A-List stars. Here are two clips of him singing with Billy Joel

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Steve Marriott: A Previously Unpublished Interview

“There’s something good about working for a living. You know exactly what you’re getting and you know exactly where it’s going. I’m very happy like that.”

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David Crosby on CSNY Reunion: ‘Neil’s in Charge’

He’s busy touring with his own band, performing “three of the best records I’ve ever made” but says “when Neil wants to do it, he’ll call us. If I’m not busy, I’ll do it”

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