Joan Jett released her 2nd solo LP “I Love Rock ‘n Roll” on Nov. 18, 1981. It was her first album feature her backing band The Blackhearts. It is Jett’s most successful album to date with over 10 million copies sold, largely due to the success of the title track which was released as a […]
One of only a handful of people to be inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, Neil Young is celebrating his 72nd birthday today. Neil was inducted first as a solo artist and for the second time with Buffalo Springfield. He is also well know for his work with Crazy Horse and […]
The staff here at The College of Rock and Roll Knowledge thought this we would offer this on the anniversary of the tragedy of the Edmund Fitzgerald. RIP to all that were lost on this day in 1975. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6DUFPNILvM Tribute to the Edmund Fitzgerald’s crew… Read It Here!
Here are two questions from The College of Rock and Roll Knowledge: #1. How many of you (in the US) forgot to change your clocks? #2. Do you agree with this meme, or would you replace Zeppelin with somebody else? And if so, who? Read It Here!
The College of Rock and Roll Knowledge had a Halloween feast tonight. Our dear friend, the Good Professor Poster brought the main course. We think we will make this a Halloween tradition….. pass the eye balls please… Read It Here!
Yes, we have posted this in the past here on The College of Rock and Roll Knowledge page, but the song “Truckin’” was released 47 years ago today on The Grateful Dead’s “American Beauty” LP. Happy 47th Birthday to “Truckin’”!! Now if you have never sang along with this…. well. we’re sorry. Read It Here!
1992 was a pretty good year as far as The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees were concerned. On Nov. 4, 1991, they announced the 7th annual inductees. They included Jimi Hendrix ( The Jimi Hendrix Experience), Booker T & The MGs, Sam & Dave, The Yardbirds, The Isley Brothers, Johnny Cash, Bobby “Blue” […]