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CDJ Today: May 17 in Classic Rock

Trent Reznor performing with NIN in 1991. CC BY SA 3.0. Credit: Rik Goldman May 17, 1963 – The first Monterey Folk Festival takes place over three days in Monterey, California. The festival features Joan Baez, Bob Dylan , Peter Paul and Mary and Jerry Garcia. It is the precursor to the infamous... Read More

Moving Karma Things Left Behind

Moving Karma is defined by the fear you have that you will get screwed when moving by the people who previously lived there leaving something behind they didn't want to move. This happens because you did it to someone else. Read More
Woodstock Music Festival co-producer Michael Lang attends a celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Woodstock

Judge Clears the Way for Woodstock 50 but Funding Still Needed

Efforts to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock with a new festival got a big boost, but one big hurdle remains: money. A judge ruled on Wednesday that main financial backer Amplifi Live didn’t have the right to cancel the festival, but the company also won’t be forced to put its 18 million... Read More

CDJ Today: May 16 in Classic Rock

Nirvana: Dave Grohl, Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic. May 16, 1984 – Ozzy Osbourne is arrested in Memphis, Tennessee for being “staggering drunk,” according to police. He was released from jail five hours later, and continued on with his tour in support of Bark at the Moon . May 16, 1965 – The... Read More
Roger Daltrey of The Who

Roger Daltrey Blasts Fans for Smoking Weed at The Who Show

Roger Daltrey of The Who can see for miles, and miles, but one whiff of marijuana and it's over for the iconic frontman. The group brought their Moving On! Tour to Madison Square Garden in New York City on Monday night, and the singer had some words for the fans smoking weed before saying goodbye... Read More
Eric Clapton and Prince

Watch Eric Clapton Cover Prince's "Purple Rain"

The first of Eric Clapton ’s three shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall this week ended with a cover of Prince ’s “Purple Rain.” The guitar great had the crowd's full attention as fans sang along to the chorus, before Clapton injected his signature style into the familiar solo. The cover was not out... Read More