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In each town he'd send his assistant and driver to the grocery store to buy a chicken, some potatoes, maybe collard greens or whatever else looked good and set him up backstage. Of course the aroma of frying chicken traveled all around back there and it wasn't...

about an hour before Show Time a Helicopter lands on his side lawn and whisks him across the Water into the City and a Rooftop Landing Pad where he takes an elevator down to a waiting Limo that in a short trip deposits him in the bowels of Madison Square Garden just pr...

Fun Fact: Daryl Hall said they hate being called "Hall and Oates," and as John pointed out there is not one album cover that says that, they all are labeled, "Daryl Hall and John Oates."

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

 I'm writing this on Tues, Sep 3, a day after we learned Tom Petty had passed away. The confusion around Tom's death was very confusing, although he had no brain waves and had stopped breathing when he arrived at the hospital, but the way I understand it a Doctor has t...

Their biggest hit was "Dancing In The Street," there was a time when everywhere you went in 1964 that song was playing, falling just short of #1 at #2, and became their "Signature Song," and one of the most covered and popular songs of the Golden Er...

The video is Buddy's and the boys first National TV Appearance on the "Ed Sullivan Show." Ed Sullivan was a slightly stiff and puritanical News Paper Columnist, who owned Sunday Nights with a Variety Show (puppets, acrobats, ventriloquists, musical acts),...

Stay with it until the end, I believe those are some Beatles friends and relatives helping out with the na-na-na-NANA-NAHs. If you feel like doing some na-na-na-nahhhss yourself, crank it up! The Sound Is Close to Perfect, and I found myself singing along.

Bonnie and Mr. Hooker are in live performance doing the Blues Song, "I'M IN THE MOOD," and there's a great transition moment when John Lee finishes a verse and turns it over to the lady who's playing some nasty slide guitar, and she gets down and...

In 1968 Dion had what he called, "A religious experience," and finally was drug-free, and clean as a whistle. Then he recorded the tune, "Abraham, Martin and John," about the murder of three great Americans that caught the zeitgeist of the time and...

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