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A lot of the Hipper-Than-Thou crowd threw shade at them because Three Dog Nights music wasn't considered serious Rock and Roll, but that wasn't the case with the public, who's love and support made Top 40 Hits of 21 of their singles between 1969 and 1975, a...

Fun Fact: George Frayne, the Commander Cody character, has totally denied that he burned down the Fraternity House at the University of Michigan after they threw him out...no matter what anyone says.

(Fun fact: Boz Skaggs rejoined him for that and the second album and then devoted to singing traditional Blues, went solo.)

What really cracked me up was when a swarm of groupies suddenly showed up back-stage on their mission, and one of the girls came over to us and said, "O.K., Which One Is Jethro?"

Dylan said he got the character from Anthony Quinn's role as an Eskimo in a 1960's movie, "The Savage Innocents."

​Fun Fact: Baba O'Reily is the official theme song of Jerry Chestnut, ranked first in the world by Major League Eating.

The Grateful Dead story is well-known; they became something of a cult with fans following around the country and setting up what resembled a carnival on the grounds of the gig with food, booze, t-shirts and drugs on sale. The true "Dead Heads" would brag abo...

We'll be visiting David again every once and a while at TDR remembering the highlights of his astronomical career, like this Clown singing ASHES TO ASHES from his 1980 album, "Scary Monsters and Super Creeps." We can't even guess at what must have bee...

As usual Clive's gut was right, the song was funny and the lyrics were given a pass. So far we've got a Million Selling Record but here's the rest of the story: Hook's manager, Ron Haffkine, who had pitched the band to Clive, went to visit Jann Wenner t...

Note: Since I was discussing Tim's life and career I failed to mention his great friend and lyricist, BARRY BECKETT, who's contribution to Buckley's music was similar to that of Bernie Taupin to Elton John, preferring to be out of the spotlight.

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