The 1960s yielded some of the most influential music in history, and in Christopher Hill’s new book Into The Mystic: The Visionary and Ecstatic Roots of 1960s Rock and Roll, he takes a deep dive on the various spiritual influences of some of the decade’s biggest artists, from The Beatles to the MC5.
The Rolling Stones have a seemingly unlimited amount of material in their vaults, and their upcoming release delves into their early days as a band before they became one of the biggest bands in the world.
Lindsey Buckingham celebrates his birthday today (October 3), and while his entire body of work should be celebrated, we’ve decided to single out one song he wrote in particular that in the years since its release remains one of the best breakup songs ever. That got us thinking about all of the other incredible breakup…
The Rolling Stones have been the subject of many documentaries and concert films over the course of their illustrious career, but this film is something every Stones fan should see and not just because its title is a nod to drummer Charlie Watts, who’s celebrating his birthday today (June 2.)