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June 1, 1981: George Harrison released his seventh post-Beatles album, “Somewhere in England.” Released on George’s own Dark Horse label, it was his first album after the murder of John Lennon in December 1980; the first single off the album, “All Those Years Ago”, paid tribute to Lennon, and featured Ringo Starr on drums and […]

Former STYX singer Dennis DeYoung will release his final studio album, “26 East, Vol 2”, on June 11 via Frontiers Music Srl. The official lyric video for the latest single and video from the album, “The Last Guitar Hero”, featuring a guest appearance by RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist Tom Morello, is available below. As with the preceding volume, “26 East, Vol 2” once again hints strongly […]

April 22, 1979: The Rolling Stones performed two benefit concerts for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind in Oshawa, Ontario. The shows were part of Keith Richards’ 1978 sentence for heroin possession; busted in Toronto in 1977, he was ordered to do community service instead of doing time in prison. Rolling Stones Let It […]

Video of ALTER BRIDGE and SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS vocalist Myles Kennedy performing acoustic versions of two songs, “Get Along” and “In Stride”, for HardDrive Radio can be seen below. “Get Along” and “In Stride” are taken from Kennedy‘s sophomore solo album, “The Ides Of March”, which will be released on May 14 via Napalm Records. During his time at home due to all touring being canceled, Myles created the framework […]

April 12, 1975: David Bowie announced in a Playboy Magazine article that he was retiring…for the second time. Bowie was quoted, “I’ve rocked my roll. It’s a boring dead end for me, there will be no more rock n’ roll records from me. The last thing I want to be is some useless fucking rock […]

April 10, 1970: One week before the release of his first solo album, Paul McCartney issued a press statement, announcing that he had left The Beatles. In the statement, Paul announced, “I have no future plans to record or appear with The Beatles again, or to write any music with John”. Lennon, who had kept […]

April 9, 1965: Bruce Johnston joins the Beach Boys as a touring replacement on bass/piano for Brian Wilson. Brian had suffered a nervous breakdown in late 1964 and had given up touring in order to concentrate on the band’s work in the recording studio. The Beach Boys – God only knows Read the full article […]

April 7, 1970: The Beatles had the #1 single on the US charts with “Let It Be.” This would be the group’s last single as a working band; while John Lennon had quietly left earlier in the year, Paul McCartney would publicly announce his departure from the group two days later. The single would peak […]

April 5, 1980: Genesis went to #1 on the UK Album Chart for the first time with their tenth album, “Duke.” It would stay at the top of the chart for two weeks. Genesis – Turn It On Again (Official Music Video) Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD! https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10159498619708846

April 4, 1964: The Beatles broke all American chart records when the latest Billboard chart showed them with the Top Five records in the country: #5: “Please Please Me” #4: “I Want To Hold Your Hand” #3: “She Loves You” #2: “Twist And Shout” #1: “Can’t Buy Me Love” They also have nine other singles […]


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