Today In Music History: 03/30/17Quincy Jones produces his first #1 song, Gladys Knight performs for the first time without the Pips and Pink Floyd returns to touring after a 5 year hiatus. Plus, a big happy birthday to the only three time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Eric Clapton, who is 72 today.
Today In Music History: 03/27/17Today in Music History we get a double dose of Elvis, a Streaker, U2, Joan Jett and a little wife swapping.
Eric Clapton's Triumphant Return to the Stage at Madison Square GardenIf Clapton is still dealing with peripheral neuropathy issues, you couldn't tell by watching him play.
Today In Music History: 03/13/17Today in Music History, we bring you The Jacksons, Clapton, Seger, Pavarotti and Jimi Hendrix......all in one day!
Today In Music History: 03/06/17Eric Clapton hat tricks the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, The Cosby Show tapes it's last episode and Billy Joel scores a rare platinum single...Today In Music History.
Eric Clapton Announces 4 Additional U.S. ShowsHe'll be playing NYC and L.A. in September.
Eric Clapton: The Best Song from Every AlbumFeel free to argue with us, though.
Eric Clapton Plans to Return to the Stage in MarchThe just-announced concerts are billed "A Celebration of 50 Years of Music," and the advertisement uses images of Clapton from throughout his career.
Today In Music History: 10/17/16Lynyrd Skynyrd give us "Street Survivors," a mere three days before their plane crash, the best selling rapper of all time, Eminem, is having a birthday today and the musical "Hair" made it's debut at the New York Shakespeare Festival.
Today In Music History: 09/19/16Lita Ford, Nile Rodgers and Bill Medley are all having birthdays and Gram Parsons of the Byrds has his coffin stolen and burned Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 08/22/16The initial tracks of "Layla" are laid down, Led Zeppelin releases their final album of original material, and Ray Parker Jr. hits #1 with "Ghostbusters."
Today In Music History: 07/13/201631 years ago today Queen gave an epic performance for Live Aid in London. I was at the show in Philadelphia and saw Led Zeppelin for the first and only time ever. We also get some Elvis and Beatles, Today in Music History.