Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Today in rock history 27th September

1943 – Randy Bachman of Bachman-Turner Overdrive is born in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
1947 – Happy birthday to Meat Loaf, who is born in Dallas
1964 – In England, Ringo Starr and Beatles manager Brian Epstein appear as judges in a talent contest to benefit the Oxfam charity.
1967 –The Beatles spend the day at Abbey Road recording string parts and themselves for “I Am the Walrus.”
1973 – Rolling Stone announces that guitarist Carlos Santana has added the name “Devadip” since becoming a disciple of Sri Chinmoy. The name means “the Lamp of the Light Supreme.”
1973 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “We’re an American Band,” Grand Funk. The single is pressed on gold-colored vinyl.
1979 – Elton John collapses onstage during a show at Los Angeles’ Universal Amphitheater. After a 10-minute break he returns to continue with the concert. He’s later said to be suffering from exhaustion coupled with a case of the flu.
1986 - Metallica bassist Cliff Burton was killed in Sweden when their tour bus skidded off the highway & flipped onto the ground, he was thrown through the window of the bus, which later fell on top of Burton, crushing him to death. He was 24 years old.
1997- Bob Dylan performs at the World Eucharistic Congress in Bologna, Italy, before the pope. The two chat for about a minute after Dylan sings “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall.”
1999 – Atlanta declares today ZZ Top Day. The band is actually from El Paso, Texas.
2000 – U2 perform two songs from its upcoming album on the roof of Dublin’s Clarence Hotel, a property owned by the band.
2003 – Great White drummer Derrick Pontier is hurt in a car collision in Allentown, Pa. He was heading to a gig benefiting victims of the Rhode Island club fire which killed 100 people during a Great White show.
2007: Van Halen kicked off their reunion tour with David Lee Roth at the Charlotte Bobcats Arena. It was their first tour with Roth in 23 years.
2008 – Pink Floyd’s manager Bryan Morrison died after spending over two years in a coma. Morrison suffered severe brain injuries in a polo accident at the Royal Berkshire Polo Club, England in 2006, and never recovered.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Today in rock history September 26th

1945 – Vocalist Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music is born in Durham, England.
1954 - Craig Chaquico-guitarist for Jefferson Starship born today in California.
1961 – Bob Dylan gets a steady gig. He spends the next two weeks at Gerde’s Folk City in New York’s Greenwich Village, opening for the Greenbriar Boys, a local bluegrass group.
1964 – The Kinks release their single “You Really Got Me.”
1965 – Queen Elizabeth II awards the Beatles the Order of the British Empire. John Lennon later returns his to protest poor sales of “Cold Turkey,” Vietnam, and whatever else was bugging him that morning.
1968 – Rolling Stone Brian Jones is found guilty of marijuana possession. A judge fines him $150.
1969 – Promoter Bill Graham opens the Fillmore West in San Francisco. It quickly becomes the epicenter of the city’s psychedelic-band boom.
1970 – John Lennon begins recording sessions for what will become his therapeutic John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band album.
1974 – John Lennon releases his solo album Walls and Bridges. Featuring the Elton John-assisted single “Whatever Gets You Thru the Night,” it becomes his last album of original material for six years.
1979 – The Clash release their first single in America. “I Fought the Law,” a cover of the Bobby Fuller Four number, fails to chart.
1981 - Bruce Dickinson replaced Paul Di’Anno as the singer for Iron Maiden.
1986 – Having been delayed by nearly a year, Mick Jagger’s longform video Running Out of Luck finally arrives in stores to scant notice.
1988 – Keith Richards releases his first solo album, Talk Is Cheap
1989 – Paul McCartney begins his Get Back tour – in which he plays several Lennon/McCartney compositions live for the first time – at the Drammenshallen, in Dramen, Norway.
1996 – The Grateful Dead unveil their new line of ties at a New York art gallery.
1999 – Deep Purple play London’s Royal Albert Hall accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
2003 – British singer Robert Palmer, best known for his dapper dressing style and his iconic videos in the 1980s for songs like “Addicted to Love,” dies. He is 54.
2003 – Metallica’s James Hetfield puts his restored black 1967 Chevrolet Camaro up for sale – on eBay!
2004 – Green Day top the UK charts with their punk-rock concept album American Idiot.

Today in rock history September 25th

1936 – Bluesman Roosevelt “Booba” Barnes is born.
1943 – John Locke, keyboardist with the acid rock band Spirit, is born in Los Angeles.
1945 – The Average White Band guitarist and vocalist Onnie McIntyre is born in Lennox Town, Scotland.
1964 – Brian Epstein reveals that a consortium of American businessmen tried to buy out the Beatles’ management contract. Despite an offer of 3.5 million pounds, Epstein turned them down.
1965 – The Beatles’ Saturday-morning cartoon series premieres on ABC.
1966 – Jimi Hendrix’s second day in London is an eventful one. He’s in bed with Cathy Etchingham, a 19-year-old hairdresser who has taken his fancy, when Keith Richards’ ex Linda Keith bursts into his hotel room, steals a guitar she bought for him in New York, climbs under the covers, and says he can only have the guitar back if he sleeps with her. This is the ’60s, but Hendrix still declines the offer.
1967 – At Abbey Road, the Beatles record “Fool on the Hill.”
1969 – John Lennon records “Cold Turkey,” about his battle with heroin addition, with a band including Eric Clapton, Beatles associate Klaus Voormann, Yoko Ono, and Ringo Starr.
1976 – In America, Boston’s self-titled debut enters the albums chart. It would go on to become the fastest-selling debut album in chart history.
1976 – They meant well. Wings perform a benefit concert in Venice’s St. Mark’s Square to raise money to restore art damaged by the canal water. However, the 25,000-strong crowd only causes the square to sink deeper into the brine, and water rises up through the cracks in the paving.
1980 – Drummer John Bonham of Led Zeppelin is found dead in his bed after a drinking binge.
1990 – Dave Grohl, former drummer of the Washington DC band Scream, joins Nirvana.
2000 – A collection of 1965 writings by Janis Joplin to then-fiance Peter DeBlanc go up for auction on eBay.
2000 – U2 frontman Bono turns up in Prague, where he meets with the World Bank president to discuss his debt-relief plan for the Third World.
2003 – Welsh power trio the Stereophonics announce they have fired drummer Stuart Cable over “commitment issues.”
2006 - Steven Tyler made a cameo appearance on Two and a Half Men playing himself as a noisy, obnoxious neighbor.
2008 – Paul McCartney announced today that he will perform in Israel to the delight of many fans. It has been over 40 years since The Beatles tried to perform there and were shut out by the government.

Today in rock history September 24th

1941 – Rock photographer and Beatle spouse Linda McCartney is born in Scarsdale, N.Y. She also sang backing vocals with Wings, but let’s not speak ill of the dead.
1946 - Jerry Donahue-guitarist for Fairport Convention is born
1966 – Jimi Hendrix arrives in London in the company of his new manager, Chas Chandler. Chandler was a bassist with the original Animals and discovered Hendrix playing in a Greenwich Village go-go club. On the flight to England, Hendrix changes the spelling of his name from “Jimmy” to “Jimi.”
1971 – John Lennon appears as a guest on The Dick Cavett Show.
1977 – Styx release their single “Come Sail Away.” It becomes their second top 10 hit, peaking at No. 8.
1978 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Kiss You All Over,” Exile.
1989 – The group Chopped Liver make their debut on the L’Chaim to Life Telethon ’89 in Israel, featuring Bob Dylan on flute and recorder, actor Harry Dean Stanton, and Dylan’s son-in-law Peter Himmelman on guitar.
1991 – Nirvana’s breakthrough album “Nevermind” is released.
1993 – Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler reaches a $2.5 million settlement in his lawsuit against the group and managers. Adler was thrown out of the band because he couldn’t kick his heroin habit. The agreement was reached shortly before the lawsuit would have gone to the Superior Court jury.
1994 – Eric Clapton is tonight’s special musical guest on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live.
1998 – Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler, 33, is sentenced to 150 days in jail for beating two women he dated and for violating his probation from an earlier domestic violence conviction.
1998 - Steven Tyler threw out the first pitch at the Montreal Expos-St. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.
2003 – Dave Matthews Band plays to over 100,000 people at charity show in New York’s Central Park. Warren Haynes joins them onstage for a version of Neil Young’s “Cortez the Killer.”

Today in rock history September 23rd

1947 – Neal Smith, drummer with Alice Cooper, is born in Akron, Ohio.
1949 – Bruce Springsteen is born in Freehold, N.J.
1959 – Songwriter Martin Page is born in Southampton, England. If you’ve heard Starship’s “We Built This City” or Heart’s “These Dreams,” you know his work.
1960 – In Hamburg, the young Beatles with Stu Sutcliffe cut versions of “Fever,” “Summertime,” and “September Song.”
1966 – The Rolling Stones kick off a British tour at London’s Royal Albert Hall, supported by an all-star cast of Ike & Tina Turner, the Yardbirds, Peter Jay & the Jaywalkers, the Kings of Rhythm Orchestra, Jimmy Thomas, Bobby John, and Long John Baldry.
1969 – In today’s issue of Illinois’ Northern Star newspaper, a journalist rounds up the clues that point to the death of Paul McCartney. They include a mumble that sounds like “I buried Paul” in the fade to “Strawberry Fields Forever” and numerous things to do with walruses.
1972 – Mott the Hoople release their single “All the Young Dudes.” Not so much a comeback single as life support system, the song was written for them by David Bowie to encourage the band to stay together.
1978 – Foreigner release their second album, Double Vision.
1980 – Bob Marley collapsed on stage during a concert at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Marley had collapsed in New York’s Central Park while jogging, two days before and was told to immediately cancel the US leg, but flew to Pittsburgh to perform one final performance.
1980 – David Bowie opens in the title role of “The Elephant Man” on Broadway.
1991 - Guns N’ Roses announced that guitarist Izzy Stadlin was leaving the band. Gilby Clarke would shortly replace him.
1999 – Garbage’s Shirley Manson unveils her own line of lip gloss.
2006 – Neil Young was named artist of the year at the Americana Honors and Awards at the fifth annual event in Nashville, Tennessee. The 60-year-old singer-songwriter released the protest album Living With War this year.
2010 -  Heart guitarist & singer Nancy Wilson filed for divorce from her husband of 22 years, film director Cameron Crowe.

Today in rock history September 22nd

1951 - David Coverdale of the groups Whitesnake and Deep Purple is born in Saltburton By The Sea, England.
1960 – Joan Jett is born in Philadelphia.
1965 – Grace Slick makes her singing debut with San Francisco’s Great Society in North Beach, Calif.
1965 – The Who kick off their Scandinavian tour by mostly kicking one another in Copenhagen. Roger Daltrey is nearly thrown out of the band after punching Keith Moon.
1967 – Filming their Magical Mystery Tour, the Beatles shoot the scene in which Ringo gets his tickets from John Lennon. The band also appears on the cover of today’s issue of Time magazine.
1980 – John Lennon signs a new record deal with Geffen Records as he prepares to release Double Fantasy, his first album of new material in six years.
1985 – Champaign, Ill., hosts the first Farm Aid. Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson, and Bob Dylan with Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers inaugurate the charity concert, which raises $10 million for beleaguered farmers and becomes an annual event.
1990 – Nirvana plays the Motor Sports International Garage with Mudhoney’s Dan Peters on Drums. Peters quickly leaves the band.
1992 – Bruce Springsteen’s recording of MTV Unplugged loses the “un” after he decides he’d rather go electric.
1998 – White Zombie calls it a night. Bassist Sean Yseult confirms that the 13-year-old hard rock group has decided to break up.
1999 – Bono meets the pope at the Vatican. The pope offers his support for Bono’s Third World-debt-ending initiative Jubilee 2000. He also steals the U2 singer’s sunglasses.
1999 – There’s a temporary Clash reunion as Mick Jones, Joe Strummer, and Paul Simonon are all seen in the same room at the same time, at the London premiere of the Clash documentary Westway to the World.
2003 – Jack Osbourne, Blink-182’s Travis Barker and Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath watch English comedy rockers the Darkness make their West Coast debut at Los Angeles’ Roxy Theatre.
2003 – Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora become co-owners of the Arena Football League expansion team the Philadelphia Soul.
2005 – Jimmy Page was made an honorary citizen of Brazilian city Rio de Janeiro for his work helping its street children.
2010 - Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler joined American Idol to be a judge for its tenth season which began the following January.

Thursday, 21 September 2017

Today in rock history September 21st

1947 – Don Felder of the Eagles is born in Topanga, Calif.
1954 – Motorhead drummer “Filthy” Phil Taylor is born in Chesterfield, England.
1965 – The Moody Blues play their first major gig at London’s Royal Albert Hall as part of a bill called Brian Epstein’s Evening of Popular Music. They share manager Epstein with the Beatles.
1968 – Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum gives its Beatles statues their fifth hair and clothes makeover in four years, in keeping with the lads’ taste for hippie fashions.
1971 – Pink Floyd give their album Meddle a quadraphonic mix at London’s Command Studios.
1974 – Bachman-Turner Overdrive release “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet.”
1979 – U.N. Secretary General Kurt Waldheim makes an appeal to the Beatles to reunite to benefit the Vietnamese boat people.
1987 – Bassist Jaco Pastorius of Blood, Sweat & Tears dies after being beaten up in Florida. He had been trying to break in to Fort Lauderdale’s Midnight Club. He was 35.
1991 – Status Quo play four British arenas in 11 hours. The Guinness Book of World Records is on hand to confirm that, yep, it’s a record.
1993 – Nirvana’s album “In Utero” is released.
1999 – Hole bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur leaves the grunge band to embark on a solo career. She changes her mind and joins the Smashing Pumpkins instead.
2000 – Bono appears on Capitol Hill in an effort to get American lawmakers to agree to his debt relief plan for the Third World.
2000 – Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, and Tony Banks reform as Genesis for a one-off performance at the London Hilton during the British Music Roll of Honour gala, organized by the Music Managers Forum. The act’s manager, Tony Smith receives the Peter Grant Award for outstanding achievement at the event.
2004 – Singer Cat Stevens (“Wild World”), who changed his name to Yusuf Islam after becoming a Muslim, is denied entry into the United States after his name is found on an anti-terrorist watch list. Stevens denies links to the terror group Hamas.
2009 - Eddie Van Halen made a cameo appearance on the season premiere of the seventh season of Two and a Half Men.

Today in rock history September 20th

 1948 – Styx drummer John Panozzo is born.
1963 – The Rolling Stones’ second single, “Poison Ivy,” is withdrawn.
1964 – The Beatles wrap up their American tour with a charity show in Brooklyn, N.Y. Bob Dylan visits them backstage and later introduces the bandmates to pot.
1966 – George Harrison journeys to India to meet with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for the first time.
1966 – Guitarist Nuno Bettencourt of Boston metal band Extreme is born in Portugal
1967 – Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, the identical twin sons of singer Ricky Nelson, are born. They form the rock group Nelson and hit No. 1 in 1990 with “(Can’t Live Without Your) Love and Affection.”
1968 – Ben Shepherd, bassist for Seattle grunge outfit Soundgarden is born in Okinawa, Japan.
1969 – No. 1 on both the American and British albums charts today is Blind Faith, the only album by the supergroup that features Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, and Ginger Baker.
1969 – The Beatles’ publishing company, Northern Songs, is bought by Associated TV for 1 million pounds, while their new business affairs manager, Allen Klein, negotiates an increased royalty rate for the band with EMI/Capitol.
1970 - The Doors’ singer Jim Morrison was found guilty in Miami of exposing himself onstage during a concert the previous year though he was acquitted on charges of lewd and lascivious behavior.
1971 - Peter Frampton departed Humble Pie to start a successful solo career. His debut solo album Wind of Change was released the following year.
1972 - Paul and Linda McCartney were arrested for growing a crop of marijuana at their farmhouse in Campbeltown, Scotland.
1973 – Jim Croce dies in a plane crash in Natchitoches, La.
1973 – Los Angeles’ Roxy club opens with a show by Neil Young & Crazy Horse.
1983 – Former Blind Faith members Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton are among the performers at the ARMS benefit concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The concert raises money for research into multiple sclerosis.
1991 – Nirvana kicks off a six-week U.S. tour.
2003 – Rocker Melissa Etheridge exchanges vows with her partner, actress Tammy Lynn Michaels, in California, in spite of a law preventing homosexuals from marrying in the state.
2005 – “New Sensation” hit-makers INXS select J.D. Fortune (surely not his real name) to be their front man in the final episode of the reality series Rock Star: INXS.
2006 – The Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards says he’s finally given up drugs … because they’re not strong enough. “I think the quality’s gone down,”
2010 - Leonard Skinner, the gym teacher who inspired the name Lynyrd Skynyrd died of Alzheimer’s disease at a nursing home in Jacksonville, FL. He was 77 years old.

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Today in rock history September 19th

1934 – Brian Epstein, the Beatles’ future manager, is born in Liverpool
1946 – Status Quo drummer John Coghlan is born in Dulwich, England
1958 – Rock siren Lita Ford (“Kiss Me Deadly”) is born in London
1964 – John Lennon gives his permission for his drawing titled “The Fat Budgie” to be printed up on Christmas cards.
1968 – In the studio, recording starts on the Beatles song “Piggies,” a track that would inspire Charles Manson.
1970 – Neil Young’s After the Gold Rush album enters the charts.
1973 – Byrds guitarist/vocalist Gram Parsons is found dead in a hotel room in Joshua Tree, Calif.
1974 – Max Weinberg plays with the E Street Band for the first time at Philadelphia’s Main Point.
1979 – Another Beatles reunion scare, as the New York Post announces, “The Beatles are back!” The premature announcement is based on rumors surrounding a benefit concert for Cambodian boat people.
1979 - Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, and James Taylor are among the participants at the first No Nukes concert in New York.
1985 - Frank Zappa, John Denver and Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider testified before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee against the Parents Music Resource Centre’s plans on wanting warning labels on albums.
1987 – Pink Floyd release A Momentary Lapse of Reason. The comeback album is the band’s first since the departure of Roger Waters and the subsequent lawsuit over the use of the band name.
2000 – Rick and Barbara Springfield release a statement following his arrest on charges of spousal assault saying they “will continue their relationship and raise their family.”
2003 – Jack Bruce, former bassist with Cream, undergoes a success liver transplant after being diagnosed with cancer.
2008 –AC/DC’s release “Rock N’ Roll Train.”
2008 – With the Chicago Cubs two wins (or Milwaukee Brewers losses) away from clinching a playoff spot, Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder has penned a song in honour of the baseball team. “All The Way,”

Today in rock history September 18th

1950 – Michael Hossack, drummer with the Doobie Brothers, is born in Paterson, N.J.
1951 – Bassist Dee Dee Ramone of the Ramones is born in Fort Lee, Va.
1964 – The Beatles are involved in a bomb scare as a phone caller says there is an explosive on their flight to Dallas. It turns out to be a false alarm.
1965 – Today in the British pop paper Disc, you can read “My Life as a Stone’s Wife” by Bill Wyman’s wife, Diane
1966 – The Doors appeared at Bido Lito’s, Hollywood, California. Also on the bill The Seeds.
1967 – In London’s Raymond Revue Bar, the Beatles shoot the striptease scene for The Magical Mystery Tour.
1970 – Jimi Hendrix is found dead from barbiturate overdose.
1971 – Pink Floyd performs at the Classical Music Festival in Montreux, Switzerland. They become the first rock group to play the festival, performing their work “Atom Heart Mother.”
1972 – In London you can visit the Rock at the Oval festival. Headliners are the Who, but the bill is filled out by Mott the Hoople and the Faces, whose Kenny Jones would later sub for the deceased Keith Moon on drums.
1974 – Listeners tuning in to New York’s WNEW-FM tonight might hear a soothing Liverpudlian voice taking them into the night. The guest DJ is John Lennon.
1976 – At Don Kirshner’s Rock Music Awards, Fleetwood Mac win Best Group and Best Album for Fleetwood Mac. Their single “Say You Love Me” is currently at No. 11 on the charts. Peter Frampton is awarded Rock Personality of the Year.
1980 – Amsterdam’s Paradise Club is the setting for a two-day festival celebrating the life of Jimi Hendrix, which ended 10 years ago today. The 1,100 attendees watch Hendrix films and an appearance by the Noel Redding Band, with Mitch Mitchell guesting on drums.
1983 – Members of Kiss appear on MTV without their trademark makeup.
1991 – Rob Tyner, lead singer with the MC5, dies at age 47 of a heart attack.
1997 – The Rolling Stones play Chicago’s Double Door Club as a warm-up for their Bridges to Babylon tour. The Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan is in the audience, but he pays the $7 admission along with the other 400 lucky punters.
2000 – Rick Springfield is arrested for alleged spousal assault after police discover “minor injuries” on his wife. He’s released just in time to tape an episode of Behind the Music.
2004 – Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young perform at the 19th annual Farm Aid in Auburn, Washington. Dave Matthews, Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams, Trick Pony and rock ‘n’ roller Jerry Lee Lewis also perform for the farmers.
2006 – Sir Cliff Richard unveiled a plaque to mark a tiny basement said to be the birthplace of British rock and roll, fifty years after the “2 i’s” coffee bar opened in London’s Old Compton Street.
2008 – One of the bigger breakout hits of the Toronto Film Festival was It Might Get Loud, a documentary that consists entirely of Jimmy Page, Jack White and The Edge swapping stories, expounding on their experiences and of course jamming with each other.
2008 – Unreleased material Jimi Hendrix wrote and recorded with twin brothers Arthur and Albert Allen — a.k.a. the Ghetto Fighters — may finally be released through software/multimedia company we-R-you

Today in rock history September 17th

1950 – Vocalist Fee Waybill (John Waldo) of the Tubes is born in Omaha, Neb.
1967 – The Doors appear on TV’s “Ed Sullivan Show.” Sullivan asks Jim Morrison to omit the line “Girl, we can’t get much higher” from the song “Light My Fire.” Morrison agrees, then sings it anyway.
1967 – On The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, in one of the greatest rock TV moments ever, Keith Moon rigs his drum set to explode at the end of the Who’s performance of “My Generation.” The resulting detonation cuts Moon’s leg, singes Pete Townshend’s hair, and does some serious damage to his hearing.
1976 - The Sex Pistols performed a concert for inmates at the Chelmsford Maximum Security Prison in Essex, U.K.
1984 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Missing You,” John Waite.
1991- Slash says the logic behind Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II is that fans can buy one and tape the other off their friends. Regardless, the band sells half a million copies of the two records in two hours.
1997 – The Fleetwood Mac reunion tour in support of the band’s new album “The Dance,” gets under way at the Meadows in Hartford, Conn.
1998 – Hootie & The Blowfish make an emergency stop in Denver during their American Airlines flight from New York to Los Angeles when a passenger described as “extremely agitated” reportedly turns violent after meeting the band.
2003 – Former Smashing Pumpkins frontman and Zwan leader Billy Corgan presents a multimedia poetry performance in his Chicago hometown, opening the Poetry Center of Chicago’s 31st Annual Reading Series at the Art Institute of Chicago’s Rubloff Auditorium.
2003 – U2’s Bono meets with President George W. Bush to discuss giving more money to AIDS initiatives. In a press conference after their talk, he says, “I’m not here peddling a cause. Seven thousand people dying a day is not a cause. It’s an emergency.”
2004 –Black Rebel Motorcycle Club announce that drummer Nick Jago has left the band, but that “the doors always open for him to play with BRMC.”
2010 – Ozzy Osbourne cancels German show due to back troubles
2010 – American Idol has new judges… News Corp.’s Fox will announce next week that recording artists Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler are joining “American Idol” as judges.

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Rock Talk – Peter Frampton

Part 1
1.     Peter Frampton – Show me the way
2.     The Herd – I don’t want our loving to die
3.     Humble Pie – Hallelujah (I love her so)
4.     George Harrison – What is life
5.     Peter Frampton – All I want to be is by your side
Part 2
1.     Peter Frampton – I’m in you
2.     Peter Frampton – Doobie wah
3.     Peter Frampton – More ways than one
4.     Peter Frampton – Show me the way
5.     Peter Frampton – Winds of change