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Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: June 27 in Classic Rock HistoryOn this day in 1964, the Rolling Stones self-titled first album entered the English charts two months after it was released. That same month it was released in America under what different title?
Sunday Morning Blues: June 26th, 2016Sunday Morning Blues began this week with a tribute to guitarist Jeff Beck and drummer Mick Fleetwood, who both had birthdays on June 24th. We did a ‘Yesterday & Today’ set from Beck, whose latest album “Loud Hailer” is in stores and online on July 15th!
Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: June 26 in Classic Rock HistoryHappy birthday to Mick Jones of the Clash! He formed Big Audio Dynamite after leaving the band, but what group was he in just prior to joining the Clash?
Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: June 25 in Classic Rock HistoryDavid Bowie underwent angioplasty surgery on this day in 2004 to open a blocked artery. At the time, he had been on the road with what turned out to be his final tour; what was that tour called?
Guns N' Roses Rock Detroit in Tour OpenerAxl Rose no longer needs to borrow Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters throne.
Burger King's Latest Creation Will Make You Question YourselfIt's Doritos Locos Tacos all over again.
Rock Talk with Carter: The Day The Rolling Stones Closed Down Manning Bowl in LynnWill the Stones ever return for another show?
Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: June 24 in Classic Rock HistoryHappy birthday to Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac! In 1994, he formed a short-lived band with Delaney & Bonnie Bramlett’s daughter Bekka on vocals; what was the name of that group?
Led Zeppelin Win ‘Stairway to Heaven’ LawsuitThe jury believed “there was no substantial similarity in the extrinsic elements of ‘Taurus’ and ‘Stairway to Heaven.'”
Guns N' Roses Kick Off 'Not In This Lifetime' Tour With Backstage VideoFind out who prefers a glass of wine before getting on stage, and who likes to get "jacked up on sugar"!
Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: June 23 in Classic Rock HistoryThe Rolling Stones released their album “Emotional Rescue” on this day in 1980. The album was #1 in the U.S. for seven weeks. Only two other albums that year stayed at #1 longer. Which ones?
Neil Young Joins Jimmy Fallon For "Two Neil Youngs On a Tree Stump""Two Neil Youngs on a tree stump... Where did the other Neil come from?"

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