Robin Trower's power trio masterpiece, 'Bridge of Sighs,' was released in April 1974.
On April 26, 2003, someone climbed the 10-foot fence onto David Lee Roth's property.
David Bowie released 'Diamond Dogs' on April 24, 1974.
Black Sabbath transitioned from Ozzy Osbourne to Ronnie James Dio with 'Heaven and Hell' on April 25, 1980.
The release of Black Sabbath’s Headless Cross should have been a cause for celebration of the fact that it coincided with their 20th anniversary.
In April 1969, Joe Cocker laid the groundwork for his '70s stardom when he unveiled his debut album, With a Little Help From My Friends.
When ranking Iron Maiden albums, perhaps the most striking thing is that they succeeded despite changing lead singers on three separate occasions.
By the time Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention released their fifth album, Uncle Meat, in April 1969, it was evident that he was a creative, prolific and adventurous force.
Judging from the lyrics of these famous pot songs, marijuana has been part of the lifestyle and creative processes for some of rock's most famous stars for a long time now.
By April 1970, Jethro Tull had already released a pair of studio albums, but their career-defining fourth LP, Aqualung, wouldn’t arrive until March of the following year, at which point it would almost overshadow its predecessor, the underrated Benefit.