A Hard Day's Night, the soundtrack to The Beatles film of the same name, was released 54 years ago today (July 10), and while it goes without saying that the soundtrack is one of the best of all time, could it, in fact, be the greatest?
The Boss has a treasure trove of live recordings he releases via his Live.BruceSpringsteen.net website, and this new release actually marks the first time this recording is getting an “official” release.
Everyone’s heard “Highway to Hell,” “TNT” and “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap,” but what about Bon Scott’s lesser known classics with AC/DC? In honor of his birthday, we take a look at five sometimes overlooked AC/DC tracks co-written by Bon Scott.
In a game of word association, when someone says "Ringo Starr," who celebrates his 78th birthday today (July 7), the first thing out of most people's mouths would be "Beatles." The second most popular answer? Of course, it should be "Ludwig."
Syd Barrett passed away 12 years ago today (July 7), and besides being Pink Floyd’s founding guitarist/frontman, one of his other biggest contributions to the band’s history is serving as the inspiration to “Shine On You Crazy Diamond,” an epic and favorite among fans the world over.