Some songs unite us because they’re universally beloved, but sometimes songs unite us because we all can’t stand them. Thirty-three years ago, one of those songs was released, and we’ve all been complaining about it ever since.
AC/DC's debut album High Voltage was released 42 years ago today (April 30.) The album features some of the band's biggest fan favorites, including "T.N.T." and "It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll)," but those pesky critics at Rolling Stone didn't think too highly of the Aussie's debut effort.
Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album was released 49 years ago today (January 12.) Besides being one of the best albums of all time, Led Zeppelin also has one of the best opening tracks of all time, too.
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band dropped the single “Night Moves” in December of 1976. The track undoubtedly helped secure Seger’s star status coming off of the success of Live Bullet, but the track also remains one of the best songs about, for lack of a better term, getting busy. In honor of the anniversary of “Night…
KISS’ Music From The Elder was released 36 years ago today (November 10) and was so poorly received that the band didn’t even tour in support of the album. Of course, this is just one of a number of flops the classic rock world has seen. Here’s some of the most notorious.
On August 29, 1959, an up-and-coming band called The Quarry Men played the opening night of a new teen hangout called the Casbah Coffee Club in Liverpool, England. Of course, that band would go on to become The Beatles. (Perhaps you’ve heard of them?)
Former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony celebrates his birthday today (June 20,) and while he’s kept himself busy playing in Chickenfoot and The Circle, many are still wondering if we’ll see him in Van Halen again.