The band had to play under a fake name to avoid a lawsuit on Feb. 28, 1970.
Rock guitar found a new hero with Eric Johnson, whose 'Ah Via Musicom' was released on Feb. 28, 1990.
Steely Dan released 'Two Against Nature,' their first album in 20 years, on Feb. 29, 2000.
The Rolling Stones catapulted guitarist Mick Taylor to worldwide fame when they recruited him to replace Brian Jones in 1969, but by 1974, he was out of the band.
Gary Glitter has had his day in court — and it'll be followed by 16 years in prison.
Name your movie Jane Got a Gun, and you pretty much have to put Aerosmith's "Janie's Got a Gun" on the soundtrack.
Bob Dylan's sojourn into the Great American Songbook for his recent Shadows in the Night LP may end up being more than just a one-time thing.
U.K. record buyers have been spending a lot of money on classic rock artists lately.
Journey will perform its first-ever orchestra date on June 20, when the band opens the 2015 Hollywood Bowl season alongside Thomas Wilkins and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.
People have been tripping out over Black Sabbath's crushing riffs and trippy lyrics for decades, but most of them have been nowhere near as adorable as this.