Grace Slick Performing At Woodstock ’69 Is Everything We Love

She’s a Goddess Grace Slick, the iconic singer of the band Jefferson Airplane, delivered one of the most memorable performances at the historic Woodstock music festival in 1969. Slick’s electrifying voice and commanding stage presence helped solidify Jefferson Airplane’s place as one of the most influential bands of the 1960s counterculture. Slick and Jefferson Airplane […] More

“Guitar Shop Grandpa” Plays For Great-Great Granddaughter

Have you come across the “Guitar Shop Grandpa?” His name is Bob Wood and he was dubbed with the title after his viral video in 2014 where he went inside the British Audio Service in Nashville and played a fun rendition of the traditional bolero song Besame Mucho on an electric guitar. Bob impressed everyone at […] More

5 Underrated Songs Written By Paul Simon

Roll Hall of Famer Paul Simon wrote and sang a lot of great hits, but there are also some of his underrated songs that we feel people should listen to. Here are five of them, 1. “Everything Put Together Falls Apart” From his self-titled album in 1972, this song sounded like a Simon & Garfunkel […] More

Spectator Captures Queen’s Guard Paying Tribute to Meat Loaf

Netizens uploaded on social media clips of the Queen’s Guard honoring the late and great Meat Loaf. Just outside the gates of Buckingham Palace, members of the Queen’s Guard marching band performed their arrangement of Meat Loaf’s hit song “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That).” Fans of the late artist got […] More

Brian May Helps Boy Reunite With Lost Guitar

A lost guitar was found and brought back to its eight-year-old boy owner. All thanks to Queen’s Brian May, stage actress Mazz Murray, and the power of the internet. U.K. West End star Murray found the instrument on the London Underground station. She posted it on social media asking for help to find the person […] More

Angus Young Puts Van Halen In Their Place

An old interview of AC/DC’s Angus Young was uploaded on YouTube with the title “Angus Young Puts Van Halen In Their Place”. The interview was about the upcoming 1984 Monsters Of Rock festival at Castle Donington which was a music festival that is very remarkable for those who got to experience it. The lineup composed […] More

Bon Scott’s Last Recording Before Death, Resurfaces

A video of what believe to be the last recording of the late legendary AC/DC frontman Bon Scott was uploaded on YouTube. On the video, we can hear Bon singing “Ride On” from their 1976 album Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. Scott died at the age of 33. He is best remembered for being the […] More

Randy Bachman Reunited With Guitar After 45 Years

First Love It was the very first guitar Randy bought and he performed some very big hits on that guitar. It is the Chet Atkins 1957 Gretch 6120 model and he worked multiple jobs including having a paper route, baby-sitting, washing cars and saved up to get it. Unfortunately it was stolen in 1976 in […] More

The Peanuts Gang Cover “The Chain” By Fleetwood Mac

The Cutest Cover A Youtube user has transformed our favorite classic rock songs into Peanuts music videos. The nostalgia between the music and the beloved Peanuts Gang is a perfect match. In particular, Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain.” A song about love and betrayal, it’s surprising to see cartoons sing out lyrics like “and if you […] More

Listen To “Kickstart My Heart” But Country Bluegrass Style

Wow! Mötley Crüe originally released “Kickstart My Heart” on their 1989 album, “Dr. Feelgood.” Although it only peaked at #27 on the US Billboard Hot 100, it became one of their most popular and enduring songs. Written by bassist Nikki Sixx, it was famously inspired by his overdose accident. Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler […] More

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