Whether born out of tragedy or creative restlessness, a band's final concert is sure to become a big part of their history. On this chronological list of some of the biggest farewell shows in rock, you'll find planned goodbyes from groups like Cream and the Band, and a doomed attempt to rekindle the early connection between the Beatles.
When you strip down songwriting to its most essential subjects, you’re usually left with stories about love and stories about death. Today we’re focusing on the latter with the Top 10 Songs About Death
Recorded on Valentine's Day 1969, and released that summer, 'Lay Lady Lay' became one of Bob Dylan's biggest hits, checking in at No. 7 on the Billboard charts, and hitting No. 5 in the U.K. Aside from the warm and inviting melody, and
Since the first rumblings of Genesis in 1967, it was clear that Peter Gabriel had his own unique vision. His path to find his own artistic identity would lead him to constantly look for new ground. Though his tenure with Genesi
Disco: Two syllables that often send shivers up a rocker’s spine. And yet there’s enough rock/disco crossover for us to deliver the Top 10 Classic Rock Disco Songs. After all, in the late-’70s, the Bee Gees transformed themselves fro
When heavy metal titans Iron Maiden welcomed vocalist Bruce Dickinson and guitarist Adrian Smith back into the fold after an extended absence, there were certainly no guarantees that they would once again dominate the genre as they had throughout much of the '80s. Now, 15 years after the official announcement of said reunion, there’s no longer any doubt: Maiden rules once again. And it is
More than 73 million Americans watched the Beatles’ debut performance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ on Feb. 9, 1964. Among those inspired by this event were the youngsters who would grow up to be some of classic rock's biggest stars.
Our list of the Top 10 Sitar Songs includes only the real thing -- the massive, multi-stringed instrument from India that fascinated a segment of adventurous rockers during the '60s. So no electric sitars (like the one heard in Steely Dan's 'Do It Again') or othe
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