Month: October 2020
BOURBON HOUSE Stream New Song “6000 Miles” BOURBON HOUSE Stream New Song “6000 Miles” Read this article at Classic Rock Magazine!
October 31, 1981: Punk Rock comes into America’s living rooms as Fear appeared on Saturday Night Live as the musical guests. John Belushi, a fan of the band, was the one who got them on the show, and theySee More brought a bunch of their Punk friends with them, including members of Minor Threat, Cro-mags, […]
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers‘ ‘Pack Up the Plantation: Live’ arrived 35 years ago today as a multi-format release, but the old VHS tape was vastly superior: Revisiting Tom Petty’s First Live Album, ‘Pack Up the Plantation’ [post embed] Read the article at Ultimate Classic Rock: https://www.facebook.com/107710719302307/posts/4681890965217570
BLACK SABBATH Drummer BILL WARD’s DAY OF ERRORS Reissue “Ghost Train” BLACK SABBATH Drummer BILL WARD’s DAY OF ERRORS Reissue “Ghost Train” Read this article at Classic Rock Magazine!
Lets make the longest Halloween Mixtape. Pick your favourite Halloween song and add it to the list. Read the full article at The Day InMusic!: https://www.facebook.com/19706525166/posts/10164110335195167
Who’s to say we aren’t being haunted by our favorite dead rock stars? Tales of Classic Rockers From Beyond the Grave [post embed] Read the article at Ultimate Classic Rock: https://www.facebook.com/107710719302307/posts/4677492295657437
TODD KERNS Debuts “Little Grace” Art Film TODD KERNS Debuts “Little Grace” Art Film Read this article at Classic Rock Magazine!
31 Oct 1974, Led Zeppelin held the UK launch for their new record label Swan Song at Chislehurst Caves, Kent, England on Halloween night. Drinks were served by nuns in suspenders, a naked woman lay in a coffinSee More covered in jelly and naked male wrestlers cavorted in recesses of the caves. Label mates Bad […]