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A new singer, no songs, and even some onstage argy-bargy as Bruce Dickinson and Steve Harris vied for the spotlight, just how did Iron Maiden make their landmark album? Some Kind Of Monster: How Iron Maiden Made The Number Of The Beast Link to original article here

“! wouldn’t sacrifice a baby to a half-ram that I believe to be living underground” Ghost’s Tobias Forge: I’m a devil-liking kind of guy Link to original article here

This one is kind of hard to believe…. On Sept. 3, 1966, after 14 years on TV (and ten years on radio before that), the last episode of The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, which made Ricky Nelson a household name, aired on ABC. Ricky, had a number of hit records, first as Ricky and […]

Alice Cooper released the “Goes to Hell” album on June 25, 1976. It was kind of a continuation of the “Welcome to My Nightmare” record as it continued the story of Steven. Alice wrote almost all of this album along with his guitar player Dick Wagner and producer Bob Ezrin. With the success of “Only […]

It was kind of a ‘hometown girl does good’ event. On May 25, 1973, Carole King played a free concert in New York City’s Central Park. It was one of the first public things she did since the birth of her child and the wild success of her LP “Tapestry”. The concert only had about […]

His voice was one of a kind. His talent was limitless. If Joe Cocker were still with us, he would be celebrating his 74th birthday today. From his appearance at Woodstock, to Mad Dogs And Englishmen and all of his other work, he was one of a kind. Joe has been gone since Dec. 22, […]

It pretty much was the last of its kind. On April 6, 1974, California Jam, also known as Cal Jam was held at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Southern California. The concert featured: Rare Earth Earth, Wind & Fire The Eagles Seals and Crofts Black Oak Arkansas Black Sabbath Deep Purple Emerson, Lake & Palmer […]


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