The tragic events of Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland inspired even Paul McCartney to write a protest song, “Give Ireland Back to the Irish.”
On February 13, 1966, The Rolling Stones performed on Ed Sullivan, after he vowed they would never appear on the show again, and that was just the begging of their love-hate relationship.
In an interview with Radio.com about his upcoming limited edition book which documents his time in garage rock band the Bird, Ron Wood discussed both the Rolling Stones and the Faces.
300 lucky people got to see the Rolling Stones “practice” for their 1981 tour in Worcester, MA. Now you get to see a full concert from the tour, too!
The results may or may not surprise you.
On November 9, 1965, Bob Dylan, Brian Jones, & Robbie Robertson had an acoustic jam during a power outage, so they couldn’t record any of it.
In his forthcoming memoir, Glyn Johns recounts the time Bob Dylan told him he wanted to record an album with both bands.
The book will feature a forward by President Bill Clinton and comes personally signed by the four living members of the band.
According to the Stones, longtime sax-man Bobby Keys is “Under the weather.”
Bluesman and primary composer for Canned Heat, Alan Wilson, passed away and entered the “27 Club” on this day in 1970. Find out how he went from Arlington, MA to the Woodstock stage here!