Tax season is unpleasant for everyone (except the IRS), but imagine the plight of many popular British bands in the '60s.
By early 1964, the Beatles’ upbeat love songs and clean-cut image endeared them to fans around the world.
The addition of Neil Young to the Crosby, Stills and Nash supergroup in 1969 created great expectations for the band’s second album, Déjà Vu.
Today, their acclaim is universal, but in 1964 Simon & Garfunkel’s debut LP ‘Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.’ flopped. S
The Rolling Stones went to Alabama in December 1969 and recorded three songs that evoked the country, blues and R&B sound of the region.
With little input from the Beatles other than the use of their music, ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band on the Road: A Rock Spectacle’ debuted Off-Broadway at New York’s Beacon Theater on Nov. 17, 1974.
We look at some of the shows when classic rockers lent their talents to create Broadway musicals.
Other than the title track, the Byrds’ ‘Ballad of Easy Rider’ had nothing to do with the iconic biker film.
When the Grateful Dead released ‘Built to Last’ on Oct. 31, 1989, hopes were high for a successful follow-up to their big hit, 1987's ‘In the Dark.’