The Rolling Stones Exhibition Open In New York City!

November 23, 2016

The Rolling Stones exhibition is now open in New York City! Visitors will experience The Rolling Stones musical journey throughout the decades. The exhibition covers over nine thematic gallery spaces, showcasing backstage footage, album art, and more! Check out full details HERE

Grace Slick’s Inspiration For Writing “White Rabbit”

November 13, 2016

Ever wondered what inspired Grace Slick to write “White Rabbit”? Let’s just say there was some inspiration from Alice in Wonderland. Read more via Read more about Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” via The Wall Street Journal

Neil Young’s LP ‘Peace Trail’ Out December 2

November 1, 2016

Neil Young Fans…Rejoice! He plans to release his 38th studio album, Peace Trail on December 2. Read more about Young’s next release via Ultimate Classic Rock  Peace Trail Track Listing: 1. “Peace Trail” 2. “Can’t Stop Workin’” 3. “Indian Givers” 4. “Show Me” 5. “Texas Rangers” 6. “Terrorist Suicide Hang Gliders” 7. “John Oaks” 8. “My Pledge” 9. “Glass Accident” 10. “My New Robot”  

VIDEO: How LSD Inspired The Beatles LP, ‘Revolver’

October 27, 2016

The Beatles 1966 LP, Revolver “began in a night of hell and illumination” with a dab of LSD. John Lennon describes his experience with this animated video below. Read more about the making of Revolver via Rolling Stone


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