Tag "classic rock"

Stephen Stills, Neil Young Share the Stage: 2016

The 3x bandmates performed at Stills’ annual benefit. We’ve got great videos of many of their favorites including “For What It’s Worth” and “Heart of Gold”

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Strawberry Alarm Clock’s Psychedelic ‘Incense & Peppermints’

Trivia note: The singer on one of the biggest and most memorable hits of 1967 was not even a band member. Check out the whole back story here.

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‘Brandy’ by Looking Glass (It’s a Fine Song)

For one week only, in the summer of 1972, it was the best-selling, most often played single in the United States of America.

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Journey Shares 3rd Track From First Studio Album in Over a Decade

The group has had a busy 2022, performing on their Freedom Tour, named for their upcoming album

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Eric Clapton Announces 2022 U.S. Concerts

The dates include his 49th and 50th appearances at New York’s Madison Square Garden dating back to his first concert there as a member of Cream in 1968

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Joe Walsh’s ‘But Seriously, Folks’: Behind the Scenes

“Coming off of ‘Hotel California,’ this was just big fun. This was dessert. It wasn’t drudgery, it wasn’t work, it wasn’t doing things over and over again.”

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10 Great One-Man-Band Albums

What do Paul McCartney, Todd Rundgren, Prince, John Fogerty and Steve Winwood have in common? Each made a true solo album. Our guide to do-it-yourselfers.

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Radio Hits of May 1973: Clowns to the Left of Me

Check out the videos from some all-time greats including Steely Dan, the Edgar Winter Group and Stealers Wheel’s “Stuck in the Middle With You”

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse’s Debut: Of Rivers and Cowgirls

The 1969 album’s streamlined band sound offered a direct connection to Young’s emerging power as a live musician, and launched a career-long partnership

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The Summer of Love and That Song About ‘San Francisco’

It was a song of its time, inviting “gentle people” to wear flowers in their hair and migrate to California. Many thousands took Scott McKenzie’s advice

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