On September 20, 1983, Ronnie Lane’s all-star benefit show at the Royal Albert Hall featured three former Yardbirds among many others.
On September 18, 1983, we finally saw Kiss unmasked, as they appeared, on MTV, without make-up for the first time, and released a new album the same day.
Anticipation was at fever pitch as ‘Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814' was released internationally on September 18, 1989.
Marc Bolan died in a car crash 37 years ago today, on September 16, 1977.
Queen were back in film soundtrack mode on this date in 1986, when they released ‘Who Wants To Live Forever' as a UK single from the movie 'Highlander.'
The strange tale of a Steve Miller Band record that was the 353rd No. 1 single in US chart history, and then took 16 years to become the 650th in the UK.
In Who history, September 14 is the date in 1968 when Pete Townshend tells the media about ‘Tommy.’
Born 66 years ago, September 11 would have been John Martyn's birthday, and there’s news of a new Universal box set by the great singer-songwriter.
In September 1979, the band played their first US concerts with Kenney Jones behind the drumkit.
September 10, 1974 was the day the Dolls divided, when the highly influential original New York Dolls split up.
With the most famous Scandinavian pop group ever about to reach another new generation, It’s a great time to view the scope of ABBA’s global conquests.
Barclay James Harvest reached a new level with their 1977 classic, 'Down To Earth'.
The Festival of Music in Hastings is little celebrated, but the bill, including the Kinks and Arthur Brown, recalls a poptastic day in East Sussex in 1967.
August 1974 and America welcome New Scandinavian Sensations Abba and Waterloo to No.6 on the Billboard chart