Month: July 2018

CANDICE NIGHT On Her Relationship With RITCHIE BLACKMORE: ‘We Have A Great Form Of Communication’ Read The Article

July 31, 1966, was the last day of the 6th National Jazz and Blues Festival in Windsor, UK. It was on that Sunday that Cream (then called The Cream) made their official live debut at the Festival. If you look at the 2 previous day, the line up was pretty good including The Who, The […]

WISDOM IN CHAINS: ‘Already Dead’ Video Read The Article

On July 31, 1971, James Taylor went to No.1 on the singles chart with the Carole King song ‘You’ve Got A Friend’. The song would go on to win the 1971 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male. 47 years ago today. It just doesn’t seem possible that the song is that old. What […]

KORN Frontman JONATHAN DAVIS: Making Of ‘Black Labyrinth’ Episode 6 Read The Article

31st July 1971, James Taylor went to No.1 on the US singles chart with the Carole King song ‘You’ve Got A Friend’, (included in her album Tapestry and James Taylor’s album Mud Slide Slim). The song would go on to win the 1971 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal male Performance and Song Of The […]

Gary Lewis of Gary Lewis and the Playboys fame is celebrating his 72nd birthday today. As you all know, (we think) Gary is the son of actor / comedian Jerry Lewis. When Gary was born, his mother had planned on naming him Cary, after actor Cary Grant, but the hospital screwed it up and he […]

HALESTORM’s LZZY HALE Loves Seeing Metalheads Singing Along To Her ADELE Cover Read The Article

MIKE PORTNOY: ‘PANTERA Was The Only Band To Really Carry Metal Through The ’90s’ Read The Article

On July 25, 1966, The Rolling Stones started their US tour with a concert at The Hollywood Bowl in LA. The first picture shows the band playing onstage there. If you will notice, there is a sign behind them that says “No Swimming.” It was a rule that was strictly enforced. On Sept. 18, 1968, […]


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