Paul McCartney’s musical output, both with The Beatles and as a solo artist, has been well-documented. What might not be so well known are the guest appearances Paul has done over the years.
For decades, it’s been known that Steve Miller was not only a prolific recording artist but, since he owns all the publishing and copyrights to his songs, he’s kept an extensive collection of unreleased and alternate recordings of his music in his own vaults.
Playing this “ABCs Of Classic Rock,” and the guessing of bands by their alphabet, got me thinking. I wanted to compile a list of bands, alphabetically from A-Z, who I didn't think got the recognition or fame they deserved. Just one band per letter. Some did have a few hit albums or singles but didn’t…
The average house sold for $90,000, Rain Man and Die Hard were in the theaters, and these were the top 10 rock albums in the country on June 6, 1988: #10 The Joshua Tree - U2 U2 - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For (Official Video) Listen to U2 on Apple Music: http://po.st/U2AppleMusic…
On May 30, 1970, Al Unser won the Indy 500, Baseball All-Star voting was returned to fans, and these were the top 10 rock albums in the US:
The Ballad Of John And Yoko by...The Nerk Twins??