The Classic Rock Legacy

When Paul Simon Dazzled on Opening Night of His Farewell Tour

Watch the beloved singer-songwriter as he began 2018’s Homeward Bound Tour with a full 25-song set of his memorable favorites

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When Don Henley Revealed That Glenn Frey’s Son, Deacon, Was Joining Eagles

“I think it’s the only appropriate way to carry on. Deacon is a very talented young man, and he seems to be up for the task”

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When the Alice Cooper Band Reunited for a 5-Song Set

Three members of the original Alice Cooper band joined the star for a reunion that featured “I’m Eighteen,” “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and “School’s Out”

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Procol Harum’s ‘Whiter Shade of Pale’: That Melody!

To this day, fans still debate the meaning of the song. But more than half a century after its release, it remains one of the most popular of all-time.

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Thank You, Bob Seger

The musician’s goodbye was unexpectedly delayed when he was forced to postpone his final tour in 2017 for “intense spinal surgery,” due to a ruptured disc

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When Classic Rockers Rocked the Classics

Classical themes have found their way into rock since the earliest days of the music. We look at some of the best, from ELO to ELP and beyond.

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When the Rolling Stones Performed on NYC’s Fifth Ave.

To promote their 1975 Made in the Shade tour, the band pulled off a stunt for the ages, playing live on a flatbed truck. Those were the days…

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1969 in Rock Music: A Look Back

Looking back at the year 1969 now, we have to admit that we were all very lucky to have this music in our lives—and we still are!

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1970: The Year in 50 Classic Rock Albums

We looked back at hundreds of albums released that year and whittled the list down to 50 standouts. How many do you own?

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New Director’s Cut of Prince’s Epic Performance at Harrison’s 2004 Rock Hall Induction

17 years after rock royalty honored George at the Hall of Fame, director Joel Gallen has updated the clip of Prince’s blistering solo on “While My Guitar…”

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