The George Harrison Birthday Special HOUR ONE Be Here Now – George Harrison Taxman Roll Over Beethoven Blow Away – George Harrison Think For Yourself My Sweet Lord (rough mix) – George Harrison It’s All Too Much This Is Love – George Harrison Unconsciousness Rules – George Harrison Love Comes To Everyone – George Harrison…
KISS’ self-titled debut was released on this day (February 18) in 1974, and to say that most of America didn’t know what to make of the group is an understatement, especially when you watch this March 1974 appearance on The Mike Douglas Show.
Dennis DeYoung celebrates his birthday today (February 18), and while he may not be with Styx anymore, he’s responsible for some of the band’s biggest hits. In honor of his birthday, here’s our top five.
Yoko Ono turns 84 today (February 18th), and while many remember her for being the wife of the late John Lennon, Ono is a revered performance artist in her own right. In honor of Ono’s birthday, here’s three very different (and very unique) performance art pieces from her.
At 6:25 - "The Classic Rock Riddle" for tickets to the Comfort Food Fest More info on Jamaican John Sledding, since it's happening Friday! At 8:10 - "Thin The Herd" and at 8:35 - "Concert Ticket Price Is Right" for tickets to see John Mellencamp at The Mann
On this day, February 19 in 1974, KISS made their national TV debut, performing 3 songs 'Nothin' to Lose', 'Firehouse' and 'Black Diamond' on ABC's In Concert. The episode aired on March 29. Get a taste of what it looked and sounded like.