The classic horror film "Halloween" made it's debut in theaters 36 years ago (October 17th, 1978). Much like Michael Myers' victims no one, even the people that actually made the movie, could see what was coming next.
This little film with a shoe-string budget about a soulless serial killer was about to make movie history.
In honor of Sammy Hagar's birthday today I give you the ten best examples of why he has one of the most powerful voices in Rock 'N' Roll. Here are the ten highest of high notes from the Red Rocker himself:
No matter what their age AC/DC has always been able to maintain a no-holds barred, teenage-like youthful energy with every new album and tour. For the first time, however, they will be called upon to do it without their brother in blood and in song Malcolm Young.
Robert Plant recently said Jimmy Page should “get on and do something” instead of waiting on a Led Zeppelin reunion. Sounds like a great idea to me. Here are the top ten singers I want to see Page make musical magic with:
Thirty one years ago this week, September 18th 1983, the four members of KISS made headlines by appearing on MTV without makeup. It seemed to be an easy transition for all the band members…..Except for one.
Imagine it's the year 1987. You drag yourself out of bed, ready to face another routine day at the office or school. You head outside to grab the morning paper, quickly flip through the sports scores then head for the entertainment section. And there it is. A huge advertisement in big bold letters: "U2 RELEASING BRAND NEW ALBUM 'THE JOSHUA TREE' TODAY AND IT'S FREE!!!!"
Impossible then but a reality in 2014. Not even Doc Brown with his DeLorean time machine could have seen this one coming.
Guns N' Roses were against the ropes by August of 1988. Just a month later, however, they were the undisputed heavyweight champions of rock 'n' roll thanks to a knock-out punch delivered in the form of a song called "Sweet Child O' Mine".
Peyton Manning may be this year's top fantasy football quarterback pick but here's a bigger question for you classic rock fans: Who is the greatest fantasy classic rock singer? How about guitarist? Bassist? Drummer? Keyboardist? Let's play fantasy classic rock!
Eric Clapton watched from the side of the stage as Stevie Ray Vaughan lit up the night with his guitar. Clapton later described Vaughan's playing that night as a "palpable, emotional...oneness." He called him a "master of everything, with no room for improvement." Just hours later, Stevie Ray Vaughan was gone. He was just 35 years old.
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