Friday, March 6, 2015

The Day Jeff Beck Became A Yardbird

We know the name Jeff Beck. But do you know the day when his name became part of Classic Rock History? Jeff was hired to replace Eric Clapton in the Yardbirds. The very day they played For Your Love in front of fans for the first time. Jeff Beck is currently on tour. Visit pollstar.com to locate the city nearest you. It's Classic Rock worth its weight in history.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Eric Clapton and Lady Di?

Guitar God Eric Clapton and Princess Di? Is there more to fairytale between a Poet and a would be Queen? Paul Scott writes about what took place in June of 1987 in his new book Motherless Child: The Definitive Biography of Eric Clapton

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

New Kansas Rock U Mentary March 24th

It was an age of Classic Rock exploration. The reins of music influence had been given back to America. The group Kansas became part of the participation. Kansas has a Rock u Mentary. And according to Rich Williams its one fans will finally connect with. There's so much they don't know about the band. Look for it March 24th. Miracles: Out of Nowhere

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Vanilla Fudge Hits The Scene With A New Edge To An Old Twist

If we spent five extra minutes to look beyond the surface of sound. The roots to America music would expose its soul. The masters of Psychodelic Rock didn't just arrive on the scene. Vanilla Fudge first started out singing Blue Eyed Soul. Now they've got a new collection of songs that change the entire playing field. This is the Classic Rock Report the interview with Carmine Appice and Mark Stein is in post production. Classic Rocker's have spent the past two decades struggling to get their new music on the radio. Vanilla Fudge has just put a twist in the challenge. With drummer Carmine Appice behind the control board. The groups new album Spirit of 67 is exactly that. You know the music. But by way of Vanilla Fudge you've got a new reason to keep lovin Classic Rock.

Monday, March 2, 2015

New Music From Richie Furay

Just because Richie Furay's Classic Rock resume includes a few stints with Buffalo Springfield and Poco. Doesn't disqualify him from living in the present. The Rock n Roll Hall of Famer's back on the road. Furay's current six-piece band includes his daughter Jesse Furay Lynch on backing vocals. Not only does she lead on a bonus track on Hand in Hand, but Furay tells us they've already recorded nine tracks for an solo album by her they hope to release sometime in the near future.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Bun E Carlos Still Part Of Cheap Trick

Cheap Trick hasn't been tricked out of a cheap agreement. Since 2010 the bands original drummer Bun E Carlos has disappeared from the lineup but that doesn't keep him away from making a profit. Robin Zander wants to make it clear. Everything's been settled. Bun E is a very active member of Cheap Trick but he's just not recording or touring. He's a fully-vested member with equal shares. Bun E. was replaced by Daxx Nielsen, son of guitarist Rick Nielsen.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Aerosmith Hit Movie Theaters

Rock history brings thunder to movie theaters tonight. Aerosmith hits the big screen. Joe Perry talks about tonight on the Classic Rock Report Aerosmith hits the big screen tonight in movie theater screens across America. Guitarist Joe Perry tells us that Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014 was filmed in high-def and can be heard in 5.1 surround-sound. He says, "It's the first time we've ever done anything like this before, and that Donington show happened to be one of the highlights of the European tour, so it really made sense to put this one out." Among the 19 songs featured in the film are “Love in a Elevator,” “Janie’s Got a Gun,“ “Dude Looks Like a Lady,” “Walk This Way,” “Dream On” and “Sweet Emotion.” For a list of theaters and tickets, log onto FathomEvents.com.