| The Final Stand Of Led Zeppelin
The 7th of July, 1980, will forever be remembered as the day on which the four founding members of Led Zeppelin (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant) gave what would be this historic band’s final performance. The concert, held at the Eissporthalle in Berlin, Germany, was last stop of the band’s short Tour Over Europe 1980, which were the…
The Stones Start Rolling
The Marque Club in London, England, hosted the very first performance of The Rollin’ Stones on the 12th of July in 1962. The band’s primordial lineup consisted of vocalist Mick Jagger, guitarists Brian Jones (as Elmo James) and Keith Richards, bassist Dick Taylor, keyboardist Ian Stewart, and drummer Mick Avoy. The band performed a setlist comprised of covers from many of their heroes, including Elmore James, Billy Boy Arnold, Fats Domino, Jimmy Reed, Billy Fury, and, of course, Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry. As fate would have it…
A Peak Through The Doors
Captured at the height of their fame at one of rock & roll’s most fabled venues, Yale Joel took this stunning photograph of The Doors during a packed performance at New York City’s Fillmore East in March of 1968.
Jeff Beck Tumbles With Imogen Heap
British guitar legend Jeff Beck seared through an utterly captivating performance of the Delta classic “Rollin’ and Tumblin” as the vastly talented Imogen Heap provided haunting vocals to the crowd of Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London back in 2007.
Warren Haynes Exposes His Soul
Warren Haynes, renowned blues rock guitarist and vocalist of Allman Brothers Band and Gov’t Mule fame, delved into his soul and rhythm & blues roots as he ripped through “River’s Gonna Rise” at the Moody Theater on November 11th, 2011.
Tribut’s This Week in Rock Culture
Every week we pay TRIBUT to the legends in music and pop culture. See what interesting things happened during the week of July 9 – July 15.…
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