The Scene:

The Scene features a variety of articles that explore a wide range of subjects, all of then delving into the many aspects of rock ‘n’ roll music, its artists and players, the music business and classic rock culture

Friend & Lover ‘Reach Out of the Darkness’: So Groovy Now

The peace-and-love message of the song resonated in 1968, a relic of its time

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When the Blues Brothers’ ‘Bluesmobile’ Got Pulled Over

An Atlantic Records exec drove the legendary car to promote the 1980 movie soundtrack and had some tense moments when a state trooper stopped him on the highway

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Journey and the Final Scene of The Sopranos

One of the most highly anticipated, and nerve-wracking, episodes in TV history was the finale of this classic crime show. The music was supplied by Journey.

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Classic Rock Concerts You’ve Attended: Poll

We’ve listed 100 of the biggest names of all-time. How many have you seen perform live? Please share this post with your friends to see where you stack up

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Monterey Pop Festival—10 Killer Performances

Here is a look at some of the finest that went down over those 3 days, and which still loom so largely as we bring contemporary ears to bear on them

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AT40: When Casey Kasem Delivered the Hits

Fans tuned in each week for the popular syndicated program “heard in the fifty states and around the world,” and for great stories from its legendary host

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The Beatles’ ‘Yesterday and Today’: Should It Ever Have Existed?

The album was slapped together from odds and ends by Capitol Records, without the band’s participation. And what was up with that cover?

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When Glenn Frey Came to Small-Town Minnesota

Imagine you’re in a tiny town in Minnesota and there, onstage, is the co-founder of the legendary Eagles, playing for just a couple hundred folks.

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Iron Butterfly’s Classic ‘In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida’

The single and album signaled a shift from the psychedelic sound toward something more aggressive, loud and primal. Rock fans either loved it or hated it.

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When Blind Faith Made Their Live Debut For 100,000 People

The British supergroup chose to make its live debut at a free concert in London’s Hyde Park. Watch several clips from their performance

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