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Grammy-winning songwriter, CREED frontman and platinum-certified solo artist Scott Stappwill release his new album, “The Space Between The Shadows”, on July 19 via Napalm Records. Pre-order the album and get two instant-grat tracks — “Purpose For Pain” and “Name” — with two more to come — “Face Of The Sun” (May 31) and “Gone Too Soon”(July 12). Stapp has posted a lyric video for “Name” to highlight a song that […]

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May 21, 1979: Elton John started a tour of the USSR when he played at the Bolshoi Oktyabrsky (Great October) Concert Hall in Leningrad. The concert tour (with Ray Cooper on percussion) consisted of eight shows, four in Leningrad and four in Moscow, making Elton the first Western rock star to ever tour the Soviet […]

May 21, 1955: Happy Birthday to Stan Lynch, original drummer for Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers! Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – I Need To Know (Live) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers perform "I Need To Know" Article reposted from

May 21, 2013: Trevor Bolder, bassist for The Spiders From Mars before moving on to Uriah Heep, died of cancer at the at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham, England. He was 62 years old. Queen Bitch – David Bowie From the 1970's UK TV show 'The Old Grey Whistle Test' this is David Bowie with […]

May 21, 1966: The Mamas and The Papas had the #1 record on the Billboard chart with their debut album, “If You Can Believe Your Eyes And Ears”. Containing the hit singles “Monday Monday” and “California Dreamin’” this would be the group’s only album to top the charts. The Mamas & The Papas: California Dreamin’ […]

May 21, 1971: Paul McCartney released his second post-Beatles album, "Ram". Unlike his first solo LP, this one was not a one-man show; his wife Linda is on vocals, with session men David Spinozza and Hugh McCracken on guitar and bass, along with drummer Denny Seiwell acting as his backing band. The album would be […]

May 16, 1970: Lead guitarist Randy Bachman quits The Guess Who. He would go to form Bachman-Turner Overdrive and enjoy six Billboard Top 40 hits over the next six years that included “Let It Ride (#23), “Takin’ Care Of Business” (#12) and “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” (#1) and “Roll on Down the Highway” peaked […]

May 16, 1966: The Beach Boys released their eleventh album, "Pet Sounds." Although it is now regarded as the masterpiece of composer-producer Brian Wilson, it initially met with a lukewarm critical and commercial response in the United States, peaking at #10 in the Billboard 200, making it the group's worst charting album at the time. […]

May 16, 1967: The Monkees released their third album, "Headquarters". After hearing complaints and accusations of being a manufactured "pre-fab" band, the group took control of their musical output after their second album; "Headquarters" was their first LP with substantial songwriting and instrumental performances by Micky, Davy, Michael and Peter, rather than by session musicians […]

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