Jeff Healey was a remarkable blues-rock artist whose unique style of playing the guitar flat across his lap won him many admirers.
The summer of love was back in 1967 but the musical legacy still resonates today. Let’s take a look at some of the best era’s most lasting songs.
Rock icon and lead guitarist for the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia personified his band perhaps even more than Mick Jagger does the Rolling Stones. The Dead disbanded upon his death but the music lives on.
Bob Dylan just turned seventy-one. After more than fifty years of making music he still manages to blaze an amazing trail around the world, touring and releasing new music.
On April 10, 2011 Bob Dylan and his band played in Vietnam for the first time. They played an excellent show, rolling through an eighteen-song set that offered new arrangements on everything, not just the old songs but the new ones as well.
AC/DC, the thunder from down under, are famous for their simple yet catchy rock songs that have become a staple of modern rock.
Kurt Cobain was the frontman of Nirvana, the multi-platinum grunge band that redefined the sound of the nineties. He took his own life on April 5, 1994.
Eric Clapton is one of rock music’s quintessential guitarists. He’s the only artist to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times.
Some of Prince’s weird antics over the years have challenged his most ardent fans. In recent years he’s focused on reclaiming his legacy by doing what he does best, concentrating on the music.