On 8 February 1969, a new band formed by Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker in the wake of Cream’s demise headed into the studio and Blind Faith was born.
On 30 December 1967, the new band rounded off the year in style by charting with their first album.
Fourteen years after Don Henley's famous quote, the group reunited and returned to the charts.
Recorded in Germany, the album included tracks from the band's current studio release 'Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory.'
The group took a big step towards their later prominence with the 8 November 1974 release of their fourth album.
'Hole In My Shoe' was atypical Traffic, butit remains a prime example of the post-Summer of Love pop sound that echoed around the UK charts.
20 September 1969 marked a transatlantic triumph for the short-lived but fondly-remembered quartet.
The Rolling Stones played one of their longest sets ever at the Knebworth Festival concert on 21 August 1976.
The British singer-songwriter, keyboard player and guitarist ruled America in August 1988 with both the 'Roll With It' single and album.
The follow-up to 'The Happening' was the first single by the group to be credited to Diana Ross and the Supremes.
This was the festival that began life as the Richmond Jazz Festival in 1960, morphed into the Jazz and Blues Festival in 1963 and had in 1964 played host to The Rolling...
Despite the departure of Dave Mason, Traffic were a band again, returning in 1970 with an acclaimed fourth LP.
Cass Elliot was one of the most-loved characters in 1960s and early ‘70s pop music, and one of its most distinctive voices.
The work of one of rock's finest session drummers, from 'Pet Sounds' and 'All Things Must Pass' to Derek and the Dominos.
The music festival never really went away. Headliners may come and go, but music lovers will always yearn to retreat to an open field with their favourite band – and 100,000 other...