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  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. John Sebastian was the fourth artist to appear onstage at Woodstock on August 16, 1969, right after Santana. He sang one of the sweetest versions ever of "Darling Be Home Soon."

    Woodstock Performers: John Sebastian

    Woodstock Performers: John Sebastian

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The fourth performer on the opening day of the festival was Tim Hardin. Tim was a talented lyricist, and was the artist who wrote "If I Were a Carpenter."

    Woodstock Performers: Tim Hardin

    Woodstock Performers: Tim Hardin

    by Kaili Bisson4

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  • Alejandro Aranda has taken over American idol and beyond. Many have called him a musical genius. From guitar, to piano, to looping, this humble Pomona, California, "dishwasher" might be one of the greatest new musicians of the year.

    Who Is Alejandro Aranda?

    Who Is Alejandro Aranda?

    by Layne Holmes2

  • Neil Young is one of the greats when it comes to guitar and classic rock. His personal lyrics and observations about life make listening to his music a great experience!

    Neil Young: Neither Rusted nor Faded Away

    Neil Young: Neither Rusted nor Faded Away

    by Jean Bakula10

  • This article provides an in-depth summary for the career of singer David Crosby, particularly the days when he was addicted to cocaine. The story relates much information taken from Crosby's autobiography titled "Long Time Gone."

    David Crosby's Drug Days

    David Crosby's Drug Days

    by Kelley Marks24

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The eighth and final performer on the opening day of the festival was Joan Baez, who joked that her's would be a sunrise set. She performed 14 songs, including "We Shall Overcome."

    Woodstock Performers: Joan Baez

    Woodstock Performers: Joan Baez

    by Kaili Bisson8

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  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, and the fifth act to appear at Woodstock on Saturday August 16, 1969 was the Keef Hartley Band, named for their powerhouse drummer.

    Woodstock Performers: Keef Hartley Band

    Woodstock Performers: Keef Hartley Band

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • Think the Beach Boys and Jan & Dean sound alike? There is a reason. While they took different trajectories to get there, both are pioneers of the California sound. The connections between the two groups are many. Here are ten of them.

    10 Interconnections Between the Beach Boys and Jan & Dean

    10 Interconnections Between the Beach Boys and Jan & Dean

    by Tom Lohr0

  • Gordon Lightfoot has long been thought one of the greatest folk singer songwriters of all time. He's also most often thought of in terms of being an acoustic guitarist, and has had a limited edition guitar in his honor produced by C.F. Martin & Co.

    Gordon Lightfoot's Guitars and Songwriting

    Gordon Lightfoot's Guitars and Songwriting

    by Wesman Todd Shaw45

  • This article suggests a list of the 30 greatest classic rock guitarists, all of which began their careers in the twentieth century. A short biography is provided for each guitarist.

    30 Greatest Classic Rock Guitarists

    30 Greatest Classic Rock Guitarists

    by Kelley Marks69

  • Ozzy Osbourne is one of the wildest rockers in history. Singing with Black Sabbath, one of the first hard rock bands, and then going solo, Ozzy Osbourne has become a legend.

    26 Craziest Things Ozzy Osbourne Ever Did

    26 Craziest Things Ozzy Osbourne Ever Did

    by Kelley Marks34

  • This article provides an in-depth biography of jazz great Miles Davis. The content tries to prove that Miles Davis was one of the most talented and influential jazz artists of the twentieth century.

    Miles Davis Played Trumpet but Not the Game

    Miles Davis Played Trumpet but Not the Game

    by Kelley Marks12

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, and the first band to perform on Saturday August 16, 1969 was Boston-based Quill.

    Woodstock Performers: Quill

    Woodstock Performers: Quill

    by Kaili Bisson4

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