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The 1970s were a pretty trippy time. No, make that a very trippy time. If you have a loved one who grew up back then, maybe this list of the 5 Insane Saturday Morning Shows from the 1970s will help you understand them a little bit better.
Earlier this year, fans got fired up for a new version of Ozzy Osbourne‘s “Crazy Train”. Now, the entire album, Immortal Rhoads – The Ultimate Tribute, can be streamed front to back via Youtube.
Bob Dylan gets a bit gangster in his new video for “The Night We Called It A Day,” a song from his new album Shadows in the Night.
The band has announced they will release a new EP, Meanwhile in Burbank…, containing covers of classic rock tracks by Metallica, Black Sabbath, KISS, Judas Priest and Alice in Chains.
His popularity on Star Trek made it possible for Nimoy to record and to perform some very memorable versions of popular songs. So behold, our list of 5 Songs That Leonard Nimoy Sang Like a Boss.
Madonna is hitting the road this summer, and we can bet there will be no capes. Repeat, no capes.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. In this archival interview, Ozzy Osbourne explains why Black Sabbath sounded out of sync with the peace and love hippie era of the late ’60s.
We’ve compiled some of our favorite Rock Star TV Cameos, running from the great and sublime to the inexplicable and just plain weird.
There has been no real indication that Bob Dylan‘s recent Shadows in the Night is part of a series, or a part one, with sequels to appear.
FAQ: Albums Come Out on Fridays Now. Friday Looks Good To Me?: The Impending Debut Of The Global Release Date
Frequently Asked Questions is exactly what it sounds like, where we have experts guide you through the unknown about people and topics in music and pop culture. Today, we are going to talk about why Friday being the new Global Release Day for albums matters to you, the average music consumer.