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The 25th Anniversary Woodstock concert, entitled “Woodstock ’94,” began on Aug. 12, 1994. It was held in Saugerties, NY, with over 30 bands playing for a crowd of about 350,000. Performers from the original Woodstock appearing at Woodstock ’94 were The Band, Santana, Joe Cocker, Country Joe McDonald, John Sebastian, surviving members of Sweetwater, and […]

‘Ten Years After released their 2nd LP “Undead” on Aug. 10th, 1968. A little over a year later, the band would play Woodstock and their appearance in the film of the festival, would secure them a place in Rock and Roll history. This album, was a live recording of the band that was recorded at […]

It’s been 23 years now. Jerry Garcia passed away on Aug. 9, 1995. It just doesn’t seem possible that it has been that long. What is the first song that comes to your mind when you hear Jerry’s name? RIP Capt. Trips. Return If Possible. A lot of people would like that very much. Read […]

Photographer Iain MacMillan had a photo session on Aug. 8, 1969 where he took one of the most iconic pictures in the history of Rock and Roll. On that day he shoots the cover for what would be the Beatles’ last recorded album, “Abbey Road.” The session took place just outside the studios of the […]

The Yardbirds released their LP “Over, Under, Sideways Down” on Aug. 8, 1966. The album had been released as “The Yardbirds” (better know as ‘Roger The Engineer”) in the UK. The original American versions of this album had a completely different album cover and name as the song “Over Under Sideways Down” was already a […]

The Beatles released their LP titled “Revolver” in the US on Aug. 8, 1966. It had been released in the UK 3 days earlier on the 5th. The album’s title, like that of Rubber Soul, was a pun, referring to both a kind of handgun and the “revolving” motion of the record as it is […]

Can it really be that long ago? On Aug. 7, 1970, The Moody Blues released their sixth LP, “A Question of Balance”. The album was an attempt by the group to strip down their well-known lush, psychedelic sound in order to be able to better perform the songs in concert. In order to be able […]

On Aug. 7, 1971, Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention played a concert at the Pauley Pavilion at UCLA in Los Angeles. The concert was recorded and released in 1972 as the LP “Just Another Band from L.A.” Included on this album is “Billy the Mountain”, Zappa’s long, narrative parody of rock operas, which […]

6th Aug 1981, Stevie Nicks released her first solo album Bella Donna which contained four top 40 US hits. ‘Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around’, (with Tom Petty), ‘Leather and Lace’, (with Don Henley), ‘Edge of Seventeen’ and ‘After the Glitter Fades.’ Read it here

On Aug. 6, 1996, The Ramones recorded their LP “We’re Outta Here!” at The Palace in Los Angeles. It was the bands final concert. It featured several special appearances from former band members, including Dee Dee, as well as from bands who were influenced by the Ramones. The show featured several special guests such as […]


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