The Rolling StonesGet Yer Ya-Ya's Out! 40th Anniversary Edition (ABKCO)In rock and roll, 1969 was perhaps the most historic year of the 20th Century. Of course both The Isle of Wight and Woodstock went down that year. Black Sabbath and The Doobie Brothers were formed. And, yes, the Beatles broke ... More >>
Who knew three days of peace and music would oppress us for 40 years?
The above video is from an 8mm film transfer shot by a fifteen year old South Florida kid on May 18, 1968. The images come from the Miami Pop Festival, which featured The Mothers Of Invention (Frank Zappa's band), Chuck Berry, Steppenwolf, Three Dog Night, The Jimi Hendrix Experience and more ... More >>
The Beatles' Let It Be was a sign of the timesNotes from the Soundboard is a new column appearing every Wednesday on Crossfade, focused on pop music's history and ongoing evolution. Lee Zimmerman shares insights and observations on how music continues to connect with the weirdness of the world.&nbs ... More >>
via LJ BearsThe Hell's Angels' outlaw hey-day peaked about 40 years ago at Altamont, but pop-culture and ingrained stereotypes have conspired to paint bikers as a unifromerly brutish group. But a new survey actually shows that in a lot of ways, motorcycle owning men in Miami are a bit more sensitive ... More >>
Seniors Scorsese and the Stones together again.
If its music and good times at the Upper Eastside Garden
A Jumping Jack Flash quiz
Between hard rock and a safe place, Metallica finds itself
Even the Love Generation had its festival of hate
The little cult phenomenon that could: Phish
To the chagrin of horse-racing fans, Gulfstream Park has become South Florida's leading classic-rock venue
I entered the Rolling Stone Rock & Roll Bowl on a whim. How'd I do? Just call me Johnny Ca$h.
Twenty years after, the Tuna's still hot and Jorma Kaukonen's still stringing along