He's best known for wearing face paint, leather and gems as the frontman for Kiss, but Paul Stanley spent a big chunk of 1999 wearing a different costume -- and singing a very different kind of music.
With the release of Whitesnake’s second album, ‘Lovehunter,’ in October 1979, the new band featuring erstwhile Deep Purple vocalist David Coverdale and organist Jon Lord could no longer be ignored.
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.’
Autograph's 'Sign In Please,' which featured the hit 'Turn Up the Radio,' was released in Oct. 1984.
"Every record is a complete long shot. You just have to throw caution to the wind and try everything and then see what happens."
Kenny Loggins wasted no time establishing himself as a solo act after Loggins & Messina disbanded.
An incredible array of musicians came together on Oct. 28-29, 1964 to film the 'T.A.M.I. Show.'
Duane Allman died after a motorcycle accident on October 29, 1971.
Crosby, Stills & Nash have remained consistently active in the studio and on the road for decades, and so has Neil Young.
The leaves hadn’t even started turning red in Texas in late October 1969 when Beaumont-born bluesman Johnny Winter released ‘Second Winter,’ arguably the pinnacle of his long and storied career.