Month: January 2018

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On Jan. 16, 1971, a lil’ ole band from Texas released their first album. The band was ZZ Top and the LP was titled “First Album”. It didn’t do much and they only released one single from the record which failed to chart. But, as we all know, they didn’t give up. Can any of […]

https://www.udiscovermusic.com/features/musical-pioneers-you-should-know/ Musical Pioneers You Really Should Know | uDiscover From cult icons to musical innovators, we look at some of music’s most criminally overlooked pioneers. Read it here

TY TABOR On KING’S X’s Longevity: It Takes Everybody In The Band Really Enjoying Being Together Read The Article

16th Jan 1988, 24 years after The Beatles first topped the chart, George Harrison went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Got My Mind Set On You’ an old favorite of George’s that was originally recorded by James Ray in 1962. In the UK, Harrison’s version spent four weeks at No.2. More on […]

STRYPER Frontman: ‘Some Of The Biggest Idiots I Know Claim To Be Christians’ Read The Article

PHILIP ANSELMO On Hypothetical PANTERA ‘Reunion’ Concert: ‘It Would Be A Great Idea If Everyone Else Felt It Was A Great Idea’ Read The Article

SLASH Says It Was ‘Cathartic’ To Speak With AXL ROSE For First Time In Nearly Two Decades Read The Article

The Doors wouldn’t do it. Buddy Holly and Bo Diddley wouldn’t do it. But The Rolling Stones did…. The Rolling Stones were the musical guest on the Ed Sullivan Show on Jan. 15, 1967. The Stones were set to play their big hit “Let’s Spend the Night Together” on the show. But, as he was […]

15th Jan 1948, Born on this day, Ronnie Van Zant, vocalist with Lynyrd Skynyrd who had the 1974 US No. 8 single ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ and the 1982 UK No. 21 single ‘Freebird’. Van Zant died in a plane crash between shows from Greenville, South Carolina to Baton Rouge, Louisiana on October 20th 1977 along […]

MIKE PORTNOY And JOHN PETRUCCI Reunited Read The Article


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