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1965 NME Concert: Beatles, Stones, Kinks + more

Our Classic Video is like your own time machine with an incredible lineup of British Invasion acts performing at one concert

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Earliest David Crosby Solo Recording Discovered

A rare live track by the future Byrds member and singer-songwriter legend, recorded in a Colorado club in 1961, has surfaced and been posted to YouTube.

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Shocking Blue Score With ‘Venus’

When the Dutch rock band replaced its male lead vocalist with a 21-year-old female, they enjoyed an out-of-this-world smash which sold a reported 7.5 million copies

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Billy Joel Surprise Performance With Tribute Band

So you’re a Long Islander out for a night at an area nightclub to hear Big Shot do their well rehearsed covers. Then the man himself appears

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Rick Wakeman, Chris Hadfield Perform Space Oddity

Some visionary rock musicians and scientific minds celebrate astronomy, space exploration and music. Watch the keyboardist and the astronaut-singer-guitarist play the Bowie hit

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Lemmy Kilmister in ‘Airheads’

Lemmy Kilmister made several feature film cameo appearances including this memorable scene in a 1994 comedy cult classic

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Watch: Bowie, Belew Wail on ‘Pretty Pink Rose’

In 1990, Adrian Belew served as musical director for David Bowie’s Sound+Vision tour. Bowie gave him two songs for his album; this live version from the Tokyo Dome absolutely wails

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Massive Crowd Sings ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Ever wonder what it would sound like if 65,000 people broke out into a spontaneous sing-along of the Queen classic? Give a listen!

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Blondie’s ‘Rapture’ Earns Unlikely Distinction

The band began as a cross between new wave and punk but earned chart success in other genres. One wild fact about “Rapture” can win you a lot of bar bets.

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Watch: Queen Concert Footage From 1976

An audience member at the band’s concert in NYC used a windup 8mm movie camera to shoot some tantalizing footage of a band on the rise

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