[lastfm]Jim Morrison[/lastfm], former lead singer of [lastfm]The Doors[/lastfm], was more than just a rock star. The controversial icon was studied poetry and film at UCLA, where he received his college degree, and went on to […]
Taking a look at music history on today’s date, in 1967 [lastfm]The Doors[/lastfm] performed at the Lagoon Park Patio Gardens, Farmington, Salt Lake City, Utah and one year later [lastfm]The Beatles[/lastfm] performed ‘Hey Jude’ on […]
Let’s take a step back in time, beginning with the year 1964 when Dick Clark moved American Bandstand from Philadelphia to California and cut the broadcasts to one day a week.
It was the “Summer of Love” and the “Summer of Flower Power.” The Haight-Ashbury District in San Francisco was crawling with hippies, flower children, peace signs everywhere and VW busses. The smell of incense was […]
Well, [lastfm]Doors[/lastfm] fans, there’s reason to cheer, even 39 years after the untimely death of rock ‘n’ roll icon, [lastfm]Jim Morrison[/lastfm]. A new hour and a half movie documentary is out, appropriately titled “When You’re […]
Surprisingly, we couldn’t find even ONE momentous thing that happend in rock ‘n’ roll on April 11th! However, lots went down on April 10th throughout the Rock ‘n’ Roll Era and here are some […]
When [lastfm]The Doors[/lastfm] got their Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame K-EARTH 101 asked me to take my video camera out and cover it for the Radio Station. What you see on this video […]