14th May 1943, born on this day, Scottish musician, singer and songwriter Jack Bruce who was a member of the Graham Bond Organization, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Manfred Mann and Cream, who had the 1967 UK No.11 single 'I Feel Free', and the 1968 US No.5 single 'Sunshine Of Your Love'. Their 1968 Wheels of Fire […]
25th October 2014, Jack Bruce, best known as one third of Cream died of liver disease aged 71. Bruce played bass, sang and was the principal songwriter in Cream, and his CV reads like a comprehensive guide to the British blues boom, with spells in Alexis Korner’s Blues Inc, the Graham Bond Organisation, John Mayall’s […]
On Oct. 24, 2005, Cream ( Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Eric Clapton) began their series of reunion concerts at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. How many of you were at one or more of the shows, 13 years ago? Ginger never sent us tickets. Nettie? Read It Here!
30th July 2016, Jack White’s mission to play the first record in space was accomplished. ‘A Glorious Dawn’ by composer John Boswell, mixed with audio of American scientist Carl Sagan describing the universe, was played 28,000 metres above Earth on a “space-proof” turntable. The record played for about 80 minutes until the high-altitude balloon which […]
With the passing of Jack Bruce 3 years ago, it could never happen again. On May 2, 2005, Cream (Jack, Ginger Baker & Eric Clapton) reunited at London’s Royal Albert Hall after 36 years. They played a four-night stint. At least it happened. Any of you there? RIP Jack. Read It Here!
Jack Blades has 64 candles on his birthday cake today. Jack has worked in several bands: Rubicon, Night Ranger (as bassist and one of the lead vocalists), and Damn Yankees (as one of the founding members). He also recorded with Tommy Shaw under the name Shaw/Blades, and has done work alongside TMG, the Tak Matsumoto […]