Month: June 2018

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June 27th is a bad day for legendary bass players. Three years ago today, on June 27, 2015 the music world lost Chris Squire. Chris was a founding member of, the bassist for and the only person to appear on all of the album of Yes. Chris has said that he was influenced by Jack […]

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27th June 2015, Chris Squire, the bass guitarist and co-founder of 1970s British progressive rock band Yes, died at the age of 67 after battling leukemia. He was the only member to appear on each of their 21 studio albums, released from 1969 to 2014. Read it here

The Mothers of Invention ( Frank Zappa) released their debut LP “Freak Out” on June 27, 1966. Often cited as one of rock music’s first concept albums, the album is a satirical expression of frontman Frank Zappa’s perception of American pop culture and the nascent freak scene of Los Angeles. The album was produced by […]

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LAMB OF GOD’s RANDY BLYTHE Remembers VINNIE PAUL: ‘He Always Treated Me And The Guys In My Band Like Family’ Read The Article

June 27, 1971, was a sad day for many. Bill Graham closed the legendary Fillmore East, the New York version of his equally legendary San Francisco “rock ballroom.” The Allman Brothers Band, The J. Geils Band, Albert King, The Beach Boys, Edgar Winter, Country Joe McDonald and Mountain (Leslie West Mountain) were on the bill […]

HELLYEAH’s Record Label Pays Tribute To VINNIE PAUL: He Was ‘A Pioneer And An Absolute Legend’ Read The Article

ZAKK WYLDE On VINNIE PAUL: ‘Your Heart Of Gold Made The World A Better Place’ Read The Article


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