Rock and Roll Memories

Huey Lewis’ Last Known Performance After Hearing Loss: 2018

That April, he canceled his entire tour, telling The Today Show, “I can’t hear music.” Six months later, he sang a favorite for the first time in 8 months

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Gerry and the Pacemakers: Part of the British Invasion

The Liverpool group, who shared the Beatles’ manager and producer, scored hits like “How Do You Do It?” and “Ferry ‘Cross the Mersey”

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Here We Come… The Monkees’ Incredible First Year

Our look back at the 3 chart-topping albums, three #1 singles and the shocking exit of a behind-the-scenes exec less than 8 months after Monkee-mania began

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When Eric Clapton Headlined the Greenwich Town Party

The annual event has had a knack of booking big name talent. Slowhand’s 15-song set featured a favorite he hasn’t played in decades

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Stevie Wonder’s Higher Ground on ’72 Stones Tour

In music, careers can turn on a dime. In 1972, Wonder’s career turned when he was asked to join the Stones’ fifth American tour

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My 20 Years at Tower Records

Jackson Griffith shares some of his experiences working for the chain during the heyday of record retailing. “It was a great ride while it lasted.”

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Tommy Roe: ’60s Pop Star Reached ‘Dizzy’-ing Heights

The singer scored with six top 10 singles including a pair of #1s which he wrote, “Sheila,” and “Dizzy.” The bubblegum star once toured with the Beatles

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‘The Most Famous Musician You’ve Never Heard Of’: Exclusive Book Excerpt

The author of a new memoir tells the story of his encounters with the late, great Harry Nilsson, Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, and more!

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When Music Went Mobile with 8-Track Tapes

Do you remember when it was a big deal to have an 8-track player in your car? Check out Ford’s 1966 Mustang ad featuring a “stereosonic tape player”…

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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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