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This Week in Rock History, March 14-20

Russell Hall
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03.14.2016

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Historically speaking, the third week in March has yielded a trove of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1969, a famous rock couple were married. In 1996, a notorious punk rock band announced a 20th anniversary tour.
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Kiss' Destroyer Turns 40

Daniel Eriksson
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03.14.2016

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It’s been forty years since Kiss released their fourth studio album, Destroyer. The album saw all four band members take a big step forward as musicians, and contains classics like “Detroit Rock City,” “Shout It Out Loud,” and of course “Beth.”
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10 Rock Songs for St. Patrick’s Day

Anne Erickson
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03.14.2016

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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this playlist of rock songs.
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Top 10 Awesome Rock Bassists

Daniel Eriksson
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03.11.2016

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Playing backup to a lead guitarist who gets all the attention. If you’ve ever doubted the importance of the bassist, imagine any song by the likes of AC/DC, The Who, or the Rolling Stones without bass — it would sound flat and incomplete. It is the bassist’s job to fill out the sound and give depth to a band’s music. But some bassists go above and beyond that main requirement. Here we’ll take a look at some of the best bass players to ever walk the earth. Who did we forget? Let us know in the comments!
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Tributes to Beatles Producer Sir George Martin

Anne Erickson
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03.09.2016

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Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr pay tribute to Beatles producer Sir George Martin, who has passed away at the age of 90.
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Gibson Guitar Greats: Joe Perry

Michael leonard
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03.09.2016

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Aerosmith's Joe Perry is a walkin' talkin' legend with more guitars than you will ever own. Here we look at his style and just some of the Gibsons he's made his own and even helped design
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The Guitar That Launched The Beatles

Andrew Vaughan
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03.09.2016

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“Love Me Do,” The Beatles’ first-ever single, announced a revolution in rock and roll. The fresh-faced Liverpudlians — Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr — sounded like nothing else on British radio in October 1962. As Harrison remembered in The Beatles Anthology: “First hearing 'Love Me Do' on the radio sent me shivery all over. It was the best buzz of all time. We knew it was going to be on Radio Luxembourg at something like 7:30 on a Thursday night. I was in my house in Speke and we all listened in.”
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How Keith Richards Did it in His Sleep!

Andrew Vaughan
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03.08.2016

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But if you really want to feel some Stones history head to the park end of Park Lane and witness the towering Hilton Hotel. It’s a historic landmark still and a significant part of London’s Swinging Sixties. Built in 1963 this was the first Hilton to open outside of the USA and rose high above London’s prestigious Hyde Park.
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This Week in Rock History, Mar. 7 - 13

Daniel Eriksson
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03.07.2016

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R.E.M. and U2 released career-defining albums, Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart joined a band, and Ozzy Osbourne’s band changed their name. Read on to see what else happened!
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5 Rockers and Their Eye-Popping Gibsons

Anne Erickson
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03.03.2016

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There’s nothing quite like the feeling of photographing a live concert. Check out photos of five rockers and their beloved Gibson guitars here.
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