At 6:00 pm on July 13, 1985, Queen was prepared to take the stage and play a 20 minuet long set at what many say was the most successful rock n’ roll show in history, Live Aid.Read more "Queen’s Domination at Live Aid"
Dave Grohl became more than the drummer for Nirvana, he became one of most well known and celebrated musicians of our time.Read more "The Resilience of Dave Grohl"
Optimism and the vivacious, electric energy of the youth culture in the United Sates was restored with the arrival of The Beatles on February 7, 1964.Read more "The Brit’s Invade"
In 1988 George Harrison, Jeff Lynn, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Roy Orbison became the Traveling Wilburys.Read more "More Than a Happy Accident; The Traveling Wilburys"
Having already established a public image, Pet Sounds was considered a risk to release.Read more "The Creation of Pet Sounds"
Unlike Woodstock, the Altamont Speedway Concert ended in tragedy, death, and what some say, the end of the peace and love movement of the 1960’s.Read more "The Anti Woodstock"
It was at The Monterey Pop Festival that Jimi made his first mark on live music performance history.Read more "27 Years of Jimi Hendrix"