There's video of Led Zepplin guitarist Jimmy Page performing on some British talent show in 1957, when he was just 13 years old. Jimmy and his skiffle group played "Mama Don't Want To Skiffle Anymore" and "Cotton Fields".
Booker T's new album, "Sound the Alarm", is out today! His guests include Gary Clark Jr., Estelle, Sheila E, and Anthony Hamilton. It also features a duet with Kori Withers, the daughter of "Lean on Me" singer Bill Withers.
Country singer Slim Whitman passed away yesterday from heart failure. His most recognizable song was the 1952 hit "Indian Love Call", which features some pretty incredible yodeling. It was also the song they played in "Mars Attacks!" to kill the aliens.
People will do just about anything to get stuff free...But what if you just had to sing some random song to get your gas for free! Would you do it?! I know I would even though I can't sing to save my life.
Fleetwood Mac released a four-track EP called "Extended Play" yesterday, and it's available exclusively on iTunes. It's their first collection of new music in 10 years. Their last album, "Say You Will", came out in 2003.
Bob and Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh have been touring under the name Furthur for a few years now and on Thursday, they were wrapping up a nine-show residency in Port Chester, New York. Bob was struggling throughout the night, and during "Unbroken Chain", he collapsed. The band's crew rushed out, helped him up and sat him in a chair so he could finish the song.
Ever since the Boston Red Sox started playing Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" at all their games, the song has been linked to Boston. And last week, it became a source of comfort for the city after the Boston Marathon Bombing.
When Neil Diamond heard that Fenway Park was going to reopen on Saturday, he decided that he HAD to be there. So he caught a red-eye out of L.A. Friday night so he could hit the field and sing "Sweet Caroline" LIVE.
Ever since Monday's bombing at the Boston Marathon, several Major League Baseball stadiums have been showing their support by playing Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" leading into the bottom of the eighth inning. Well, Neil's been Tweeting his thanks to several teams for doing it. Read all about it on the next page!
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