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Just Announced: The Rolling Stones’ Linc show has been rescheduled for July

The Rolling Stones | photo by Andrew Timms | via facebook.com/therollingstones

Good news for classic rock fans this morning. After postponing their summer stadium tour due to health problems with lead singer Mick Jagger, The Rolling Stones this morning announced their rescheduled dates. The news was teased last night with a Twitter video of Jagger shimmying in a dance studio, warming up for the road.  Continue reading →

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Jan 15 in Music History: The Who release their debut single, John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat release their collaborative album

Hooker n Heat
1961 – The Supremes sign a world wide recording contract with Motown Records. Along with Mary Wilson, Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, there is a fourth member, Barbara Martin, who leaves a year later. All except Martin are under 18 (Ross is 16) and need parental consent, which is granted after label boss Berry Gordy and his sister, Esther, win over their parents.

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Aug 28 in Music History: Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On, and Are We Not Men? We Are Devo! are released

Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!

1964 – The Beatles are introduced to Bob Dylan, who immediately introduces them to marijuana when he joins the band after their concert at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in New York. Dylan is surprised they haven’t tried it before, as he thought they sang “I get high” in their song “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” when it was really “I can’t hide.”

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