More than two years after Paul McCartney revealed that he was working on music for 'Destiny,' a highly anticipated new video game from Bungie, the developers of the hit 'Halo' series, you can finally wrap your ears around the results.
The Marguerite deAngeli Branch Library, on West Nepessing Street, proudly host a special edition of its monthly classical music appreciation series on September 3rd. at 2:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend an enlightening and enjoyable session of classical music with Fabs Kaldobsky
It was this weekend in 1969, that three days of "Peace, Love and Music" happened at the Woodstock Music & Arts Fair located on Max Yasgur's farm in upstate New York. Almost half a million people braved rainstorms and traffic jams
August 13, 1977, was a sad day for Canadian rockers they were shocked to hear the news that Bachman-Turner Overdrive were breaking up. The band with its roots originating when Randy Bachman started the group after he left The Guess Who.
On this day in 1991, Metallica released their ‘Black Album’. The collection of tunes was the bands fifth studio album. Since it came on the market it’s sold at least 16 million copies here in the U.S.A .and over 25 million copies worldwide.
This week in 1973, Deep Purple was riding high with success worldwide. Here in the U.S.A. on the album charts ‘Made In Japan’ was at #6 just above ‘Machine Head’ holding onto the #7 position. The band was kicking into gear Heavy Metal Rock that’s still alive well.
Every Thursday night through the summer we've presented you with great music performances on the lawn of the historic courthouse in downtown Lapeer. Tonight's performance is the final chapter in the summer concert series!
On this day in 1966, The Beatles let the world know that they had entered a new chapter with the release of the album Revolver. This collection of Beatle songs shows the band exploring, experimenting and expanding their musical abilities.
A one of a kind song was #1 this week in 1966. A group called The Troggs part of the British invasion of rock had Americans singing Wild Thing. Every garage band across the country was playing this tune.
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