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https://www.udiscovermusic.com/in-depth-features/history-album-artwork/ Cover Story: A History Of Album Artwork | uDiscover Music Music fans have always known that music and art will always go hand in hand, as album covers can be as much a part of a record's identity as the sound. Read it here

Way up north in Green Bay, they had a really cool three nights of music with the last night being 51 years ago today. 3 Days of music, 3 bucks. And the bands were all really big in that part of the country. We are referring to The Cryan' Shames', The New Colony Six, two […]

On Aug. 29, 1970, The Man-Pop Festival was a music festival held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Led Zeppelin was the headlining act at the event. Other artists performing at the festival included The Youngbloods, The Ides Of March, Iron Butterfly, Chilliwack, plus local bands, including Dianne Heatherington and The Merry Go Round. The festival was […]

https://www.udiscovermusic.com/news/music-legends-tribute-aretha-franklin/ Music Legends Pay Tribute To The Late Aretha Franklin Music legends from right across the spectrum have been paying tribute to the late Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, who died yesterday aged 76. Read it here

Here is a nice article on an up and coming musician. Help us spread the word. The artist is Michael Pinder. Now there are going to be those of you who will think the only reason we posted this was because Michael’s father is Mike Pinder of Moody Blues fame. Honestly, it didn’t hurt Michaels […]

It was almost a year after Woodstock that The Goose Lake International Music Festival was held on August 7–9, 1970 in Leoni Township, Michigan. The Goose Lake promoters set out to create a better planned event with better facilities for rock fans than Woodstock. Goose Lake Park was built on 390 acres of land, with […]

We love vinyl and we love music books! We’ve just launched a new Facebook page for news and updates on all our latest books in print and digital formats. If this interests you then check out the new page! https://www.facebook.com/thisdayinmusicbooks/?modal=admin_todo_tour This Day in Music Books This Day in Music Books publish books on music in […]

For our vinyl loving friends from Chicago, you’ve lost a legend. Val Camilletti has lost her battle with breast cancer. She was 78 years old. It is people like Val who helped keep the spirit alive and love to teach young’uns’. RIP Val. Thank You making records special to so many of us. https://chicago.suntimes.com/?post_type=cst_article&p=1249466 Val […]

Another sad Rock and Roll story…. On July 24, 1972, the music world lost Bobby Ramirez who at one time was the drummer in Edgar Winter’s White Trash. At the time, Bobby was playing in the band LaCroix. They were on tour with Uriah Heep and they had just done a show in Chicago.. Ramirez, […]

It started out being called the ‘Sedilia Bluegrass Festival”… The Ozark Music Festival was held July 19–21, 1974 on the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia, Missouri. While the Woodstock Festival from 1969 is the most well-known rock festival, the Ozark Music Festival was one of the largest music festivals ever held. “No Hassles Guaranteed ” […]


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