Tag "best classic bands"

13 Bands That Changed Their Lead Singers

You can’t imagine the Stones without Jagger or Zeppelin without Plant. But these 13 bands all changed their lead singer and lived to tell the tale.

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The Who ‘Sell Out’ Super Deluxe Edition Due

The expanded edition of their 1967 album features previously unheard Pete Townshend demos, studio sessions, outtakes, unheard jingles and much more

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Peter Frampton Releasing All-Instrumental Covers Album

On Frampton Forgets the Words, he chose 10 favorite songs for the follow up to his 2007 Grammy Award-winning instrumental album, Fingerprints

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‘Bob Dylan-1970’ 3-CD Set, Featuring George Harrison, is Released

The rarities set includes early versions of Dylan originals plus covers of songs by everyone from Phil Spector to the Everly Brothers to…the Beatles

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Alice Cooper Releases ‘Detroit Stories’ Album: Listen

“Los Angeles had its sound. San Francisco had the Dead and Airplane. New York had the Velvet Underground. But Detroit was the birthplace of angry hard rock”

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10 Seminal Hard Rock Albums

Albums from Deep Purple, Steppenwolf, Led Zep, Black Sabbath and The Who are all significant benchmarks in the birth of hard rock. Check out the complete list and see who’s #1

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Aerosmith Moves Tour to 2022

2020 was shaping up to be a busy year for the four-time GRAMMY®-winning band, who were planning to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their formation

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Tommy James and the Shondells Complete—Review

With 17 Top 40 hits, and covers by everyone from Springsteen to Dolly Parton, they were a major act. Now, finally, all of their work is in one place.

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‘All Things Must Pass’–George Harrison’s Crowning Solo Set

Released in 1970 as the Beatles officially split and all four dropped solo albums, Harrison’s mammoth boxed set was a dark horse.

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All Star Lineup Performs Music of Peter Green: Watch

The evening was billed as “Mick Fleetwood and Friends Celebrate the Music of Peter Green and the Early Years of Fleetwood Mac.” What a lineup!

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