In this installment of 'Everything You Need To Know About,' we focus on the Yardbirds – a band that carries the distinction of being both celebrated and yet under-appreciated at the same time.
The difficulties of being Ringo Starr was the subject of a cheesy TV special in April 1978.
If Jefferson Airplane singer Grace Slick had her way in 1970, Richard Nixon might have been called Trippy Dick, instead.
By the time the Monkees released The Birds, the Bees & the Monkees in April 1968, they had been on a nonstop roller-coaster ride for a solid 15 months.
From the time Peter Frampton was a young lad, he has been playing guitar and playing it very well.
On April 22, 1969, the Who performed their new work, 'Tommy,' for the first time.
Subtlety was not part of the MC5's mode of operation, and in April of 1969 their behavior cost them a record deal.
Creedence Clearwater Revival's last album, 'Mardi Gras,' was released on April 11, 1972.
The two creative forces in the Velvet Underground released an homage to their late mentor, 'Songs for Drella,' on April 11, 1990.
Paul McCartney announced that he was leaving the Beatles on April 10, 1970.