What’s being touted as the only surviving draft of Bob Dylan’s final lyric sheet for his 1965 classic, “Like A Rolling Stone” will be sold at action on June 24th, according to Rolling Stone. The four pages of lyric sheets, written in pencil on hotel stationary, is expected to sell for up to $2 million. […]
The YMCA is for everyone but Donald Sterling, according to a recent statement by the lead singer of the Village People. Victor Willis, who dressed as the police officer in the original group’s videos and concerts, said he plans to formally ban the Los Angeles Clippers from playing “Y.M.C.A.” during home games. According to […]
IN 1983, BEFORE MICHAEL BOLTON WAS FAMOUS, HE AUDITIONED TO REPLACE OZZY OSBOURNE AS THE LEAD SINGER FOR BLACK SABBATH.
Happy Birthday to Glen Campbell, who turns 78 today (April 22nd)!!! Campbell is best remembered for his string of 1960’s and ’70s Top 40 hits, including the Top Tens “Wichita Lineman” and “Galveston,” and the Number Ones “Rhinestone Cowboy” and “Southern Nights.” Campbell announced back in 2011 that he was suffering from the early […]
Paul McCartney kicked off his 2014 Out There tour on Saturday night (April 19th) in Montevideo, Uruguay. The show, which took place at Estadio Centenario, basically featured the same set as McCartney’s recent North American and Japanese shows, with a total of four songs from his 2013 New album featured in the setlist; the […]
EVERY DATE THIS WEEK IS A PALINDROME. LIKE TODAY IS 4/15/14, WHICH READS THE SAME FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS…
On Wednesday (April 9th) Billy Joel made the 10-minute motorcycle drive from his Centre Island home to catch the students of Glen Cove, Long Island’s Deasy Elementary School perform a tribute to him. The “Piano Man” was on hand for the kindergarten-through-second grade spring concert, The River Of Dreams: A Billy Joel Tribute, saluting […]