Classic Rock News

Survivor tasted their first Top 40 success with their second album, 1981's Premonition, but they were still waiting for their big break when they started working on their third LP. Continue reading…
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The members of Kiss have canceled a planned appearance at the Manchester Arena in the wake of the bombing that killed more than 20 people during an Ariana Grande concert at the venue. Continue reading…
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Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson have long been intertwined with the Pacific Northwest music scene. Continue reading…
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If “When I’m Sixty-Four” sounds so simple a child could have written it, that’s what kind of happened. Continue reading…
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Lindsey Buckingham has revealed that the members of Fleetwood Mac had doubts over their contributions to the new duets album he wrote with Christine McVie. Continue reading…
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Little Feat's long, strange musical journey took a satisfying creative leap with their second album, 1972's Sailin' Shoes. Continue reading…
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This Day in Music History

Saatchi & Saatchi were fired by Dr Martens for running an advertising campaign featuring dead rock stars such as and Sid Vicious wearing the brand's boots in heaven. David Suddens, the chief executiv...
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Robbie Williams was voted into first place beating and David Bowie to be named the best live solo artist. A UK nation-wide survey of 5,000 people saw the former Take That star beat music icons inclu...
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Oasis singer was left with cuts and bruises after a scuffle with a youth at the Tower Thistle Hotel in east London. Members of the band had been drinking at the bar when the fight broke out.
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The Smiths were at No.1 on the UK independent chart with their debut single 'Hand In Glove.' The Smiths recorded the track after their manager Joe Moss paid £250 for a one-day recording session at Str...
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single 'God Save The Queen' was released in the UK. Banned by TV and radio, high street shops and pressing plant workers refused to handle the record. It sold 200,000 copies in one week and peaked at ...
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The album The Freewheelin Bob Dylan was released by Columbia in the USA. Establishing as a leader in the singer-songwriter genre and a supposed spokesman for the youth-orientated protest movement, it...
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