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Daily Rewind: ZZ Top, John Mellencamp, Bob Dylan + More

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Today we looked back at Guns N’ Roses during happier times, we saw the speeches ZZ Top and John Mellencamp gave while ushering in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, and we learned hope springs eternal for Kiss.

Plus we celebrated the half-century mark for Bob Dylan’s landmark ‘Blowin’ in the Wind,’ the Talking Heads’ album ‘Fear of Music’ got the 33 1/3 treatment, and Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick and Eric Clapton joined our lineup of the Top 100 Classic Rock Songs.

Today’s Stories from Ultimate Classic Rock:

No. 43: Eric Clapton, ‘Cocaine’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Bob Dylan Debuted ‘Blowin’ in the Wind’ 50 Years Ago Today
John Mellencamp Inducts Donovan Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Full Text
Kiss Hopes ‘Monster’ is the Album That Will Get Them to No. 1
No. 44 Cheap Trick, ‘I Want You To Want Me” – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Which Rock Star Should be Resurrected as a Hologram Next? – Readers Poll
The Full Text of Steven Van Zandt’s Small Faces / Faces Hall of Fame Induction Speech
The Full Text of ZZ Top’s Freddie King Hall of Fame Induction Speech
Guns N’ Roses in Happier Times – Pic of the Week
Talking Heads’ ‘Fear of Music’ Revisited by 33 1/3 Book Series
No. 45 Alice Cooper, ‘School’s Out’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
No. 46: Judas Priest, ‘Livin’ After Midnight’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Ron Wood Backtracks About The Rolling Stones Going Into The Studio

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