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Little River Band At 40: Wayne Nelson On Keeping a Band Together and Working With George Martin

Frontiers Records
Frontiers Records

Wayne Nelson talks about keeping Little River Band going after all these years and the album they made with Beatles producer George Martin.

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41 Years Ago: John Lennon and Paul McCartney Reunite For Only Post-Beatles Session

Hulton Archive, Getty Images
Hulton Archive, Getty Images

A drug-fueled recording session featuring John Lennon and Paul McCartney took place on March 28, 1974,

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20 Years Ago: Skid Row Begin to Go in Different Directions on ‘Subhuman Race’

Rhino
Rhino

Skid Row released their last album with Sebastian Bach, 'Subhuman Race,' on March 28, 1995.

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35 Years Ago: Van Halen Jump Over the Edge With Their Third Album, ‘Women and Children First’

Warner Bros. Records
Warner Bros. Records

Van Halen broke the hard-rock mold with their self-titled debut and its quickly released follow-up, Van Halen II.

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40 Years Ago: Lynyrd Skynyrd Head for a Period of Extreme Turbulence With ‘Nuthin’ Fancy’

MCA
MCA

Lynyrd Skynyrd were a band on the rise when they returned to record stores with their third LP, Nuthin' Fancy.

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Why Has Las Vegas Become a Home for Classic Rock?

Las Vegas
Ethan Miller, Getty Images

For generations of music fans, Las Vegas has always been seen as the place where showbiz, the antithesis of rock, reigned supreme.

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The History of John Lennon’s Five-Year Battle With the FBI

John Lennon J. Edgar Hoover
Hulton Archive (2), Getty Images

John Lennon was engaged in a five-year fight with the U.S. government due to his political activism.

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Toto’s Steve Lukather and Joseph Williams Share the Story of ‘Toto XIV’: Exclusive Interview

Frontiers
Frontiers

At the peak of the band's popularity, critics derided Toto as a faceless "corporate rock" band, but underneath the complex arrangements that fueled their immaculately produced hits, the group's music has always been the byproduct of a brotherly bond.

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The History of AC/DC and the ‘Night Stalker’ Murders

NightProwler

Richard Ramirez, a transient based in Los Angeles, spent a terrifying portion of 1984 and 1985 slipping into windows and through unlocked doors in California, committing a string of unspeakable crimes under cover of darkness.

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Rock’s Most Criminally Underrated Albums

Criminally Underrated Albums

What are the most criminally underrated albums in rock history?

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