45 Years Ago: Rolling Stones Stage Benefit Concert for Nicaragua Earthquake Victims
The Rolling Stones lifted their unofficial ban on doing benefit concerts on Jan. 18, 1973, when they performed to aid the earthquake victims of Nicaragua.
Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason on ‘The Early Years’ Box Set and More: Exclusive Interview
We spoke with Pink Floyd's drummer about the pre-'Dark Side of the Moon' days of the band.
When Chas Chandler First Experienced Jimi Hendrix in Concert
Jimi Hendrix's fortunes changed when a fashion model convinced Animals bassist Chas Chandler to see the guitarist perform.
13 Days as a Beatle: The Sad History of Jimmie Nicol
Jimmie Nicol, a 24-year-old London drummer, joined at the height of Beatlemania in June 1964 – then vanished.
The History of ‘Ohio': Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s Raw Reminder of the Kent State Mas…
On May 4, 1970, National Guardsmen squared off against anti-war demonstrators on the campus of Ohio’s Kent State University.
Were the Beatles the Catalyst for the Charles Manson Murders?
Mass murderer Charles Manson thought he heard secret messages in the Beatles' 'White Album.'
The History of ‘Rock Around the Clock’: How a B-Side Became a Rock Classic
Dick Clark called it "the National Anthem of Rock 'n' Roll.”
How John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Montreal Bed-In Led to ‘Give Peace a Chance’
Two months after their Amsterdam “Bed-In for Peace” drew worldwide attention, John Lennon and Yoko Ono chose Montreal as the site for a second event.
The History of David Bowie’s Berlin Trilogy: ‘Low,’ ‘Heroes’ and ‘Lodger’
Something sparked when David Bowie, hoping to escape L.A.'s drug-fueled lifestyle, moved to Berlin in the late-'70s.
50 Years Ago: John Lennon’s Book, ‘In His Own Write,’ Published
John Lennon's first collection of short stories, poems and drawings was published on March 23, 1964.