The Classic Rock Legacy

Thank You, Peter Frampton

In 2019, the popular musician did a farewell tour, due to an incurable muscular disease. A 2020 edition in Europe was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic

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10 Cool Covers of Prince Songs

He was a prolific songwriter and often gifted songs to artists he admired. Some of these were huge hits; others simply demonstrate his musical genius

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Moby Grape: When Bad Things Happen to Good Bands

They recorded one of the greatest debut rock albums of all-time. After that, nothing went right. The sad saga of a legendary, doomed San Francisco band.

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9 Signature Rock Classics That Weren’t U.S. Chart Hits

Many songs associated with classic rockers were never actually hits. Here are the surprising back stories to ones by ELO, Billy Joel, Van Halen, Queen & more

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Bon Jovi with Richie Sambora at 2018 Rock Hall Induction

Radio host Howard Stern praised the band in his induction speech as “some of the nicest people I’ve met,” before lambasting the Rock Hall’s Jann Wenner

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Moody Blues at Overdue 2018 Rock Hall Induction

The group members were genuinely humbled following their decades-long snub. Watch their speeches and performances of several favorites

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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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Dire Straits Member Inducts Band at Rock Hall 2018

There have been strange inductions at previous Rock Hall events and this one joins the list as Mark Knopfler and brother David were no-shows

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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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Black Oak Arkansas’ ‘Dandy’ Days on Stage

[caption id="attachment_94604" align="alignleft" width="299"] Black Oak Arkansas’ 1973 album, High on the Hog[/caption] Let’s get this part out of the way: The Southern rock band Black Oak Arkansas took their name from their hometown. (And a grand idea it was,

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