Woodstock made a complicated journey toward its status a generation-defining event.
Led Zeppelin emerged from a troubled period to produce 'In Through the Out Door,' one final charttopping studio effort.
How Starship traded in the Summer of Love ideals espoused by their original incarnation, Jefferson Airplane, for a handful of Top 40 hits.
On Aug. 14, 1964, the Rolling Stones released an EP of songs recorded at Chess Studios.
Here are a handful of the most notable anti-Nixon rock songs.
"I never felt the same about Gene after that," Ace Frehley said of the movie. "He had reached an all-time low with me, and this particular snub contributed greatly to my second departure from Kiss."
The almost-forgotten Bee Gees stormed back up the charts with 1989's 'One.'
On Aug. 12, 1989, the Rolling Stones played a small club in Connecticut to prepare for the 'Steel Wheels' tour.
Woodstock '94, the “middle child” between the peaceful original 1969 concert and 1999’s disaster, began on Aug. 12, 1994.
On August 12, 1989, rock bands like Bon Jovi and Motley Crue played the Moscow Music Peace Festival.