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Consider yourself a KISS mastermind? 19 things you (probably) never knew about Kiss Link to original article here

Yep, here we go again with another of those 50 year old things… On Nov. 1, 1968, The Beatles' new record label "Apple" released their 1st album. The album was "Wonderwall Music" by George Harrison. It was the soundtrack album to the film Wonderwall, and the debut solo release by George, and the first solo […]

The day after Woodstock ended in Upstate New York, a number of the artists who performed there, were in New York City where they appeared on The Dick Cavett Show. Through the magic of the world wide webby, we can see the show which featured Joni Mitchell (yeah we know, she didn't play at Woodstock), […]

The Rolling Stones released their fourth US LP “Out of Our Heads” on July 30, 1965. It would be their third UK LP and it wasn’t released there until Sept. 24th of that year with a different cover and song list. Most of “Out of Our Heads” was rhythm and blues cover songs. The US […]

The Zombies released their second LP titled “Odessey and Oracle” on April 26, 1968. The album was recorded over a period of three months between June and August 1967, in sessions that took place at Abbey Road and Olympic Studios, in London. “Time of the Season” was released as a single and became a surprise […]

The Bee Gees Maurice Gibb, all of 19 years old married British singing sensation Lulu on April 18, 1969. The wedding at St. James’ Church, Buckinghamshire, England, was suppose to be kept secret. It didn’t work out that way. Over 3,000 fans showed up. Several children were hurt as the crowd – that had waited […]

Canned Heat’s legendary front man Bob “The Bear” Hite passed away on April 5, 1981. Bob was the lead singer of the blues-rock band, Canned Heat, from 1965 to his death in 1981. Canned Heat came together when Bob was introduced to Alan Wilson by Henry Vestine and the two of them helped convince blues […]


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