I am a freelance writer from Upstate New York. My main focus for writing is music history and classic rock. I enjoy composing, the woods, and rock and roll. My musical heroes are John Lennon, Gene Clark, Jimi Hendrix, and Richard Manuel. I still enjoy vinyl records and print journalism!
The Story of the Great White Concert Fire Tragedy
Former frontman Jack Russell continues to be haunted by what happened.
The Day the Who Were Arrested in Montreal
What happened at an after-show party put on by RCA executives has become the stuff of legend.
Hear Lemmy Perform ‘Run Rudolph Run’
Lemmy got some help from Billy Gibbons and Dave Grohl on this cover of Chuck Berry's holiday classic.
Top 10 John Lennon Love Songs
Upon closer inspection of his impressive discography, it’s obvious that John Lennon could write a beautiful sentiment with the best of his generation’s songwriters.
The Day the Band’s Richard Manuel Was Found Dead
His group was in Winter Park, Fla., for a performance at the Cheek to Cheek Lounge.
20 Years Ago: Fleetwood Mac Performs at President-Elect Clinton’s Inauguration
While Bill Clinton was burning up the 1992 campaign trail, the song that he officially slated as the theme for his future presidency was "Don't Stop", by Fleetwood Mac. So when he was inaugurated into the White House as our 42nd President on Jan. 20, 1993, it only made sense that the group would come out of retirement to play that same track at the Inaugural Gala the night before at the
20 Years Ago: Bob Dylan Plays at President-Elect Clinton’s Inaugural Concert
While often the focus of critics who ruminate about his lyrics, exaggerate his love interests, or question his political affiliation, Bob Dylan continuously keeps friends and foes guessing. However, in a rare move on Jan. 16, 1993 at President-Elect Bill Clinton's 1993 Inaugural Concert, Dylan outwardly and musically expressed his feelings at a political gathering.