One of my favorite Led Zeppelin era photos of Robert Plant is the famous “Golden God” photo showing Plant in 1975 looking down from the Continental Hyatt balcony to a large billboard on Sunset Boulevard advertising the Led Zeppelin album “Physical Graffiti.”
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Rock Stars love to “Flip The Bird”, give “The One Finger Salute” or just give you “The Finger” straight up. Here’s Part One of a feelnumb.com series of ROCK STARS FLIPPING THE BIRD
It’s not very uncommon to see a person wearing a Rolling Stones tongue logo shirt until I came across this cool photo of John Lennon wearing his very own Rolling Stones shirt.
On October 7, 1978, The Rolling Stones were the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. What made the otherwise average performance memorable is that Mick Jagger decided to lick Ronnie Wood’s lips and face during their performance of “Respectable”.
We have done a few posts on really cool album cover remakes using legos. Today I just came across some awesome album cover re-makes using socks
How many times have you clicked a dead link from a website and have seen one of these 404 Not Found error messages??? Well if you click a dead or non-exsistent link on The Rolling Stones website it leads you to this great page with a performance of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”.
William Burroughs was an American novelist, short story writer, essayist and spoken word performer. In the music industry he is a cultural legend, having influenced several generations musicians.
The precursor to he 1980’s “Hair Bands” and 1970’s “Glam Rock” were huge bands like Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones & Aerosmith basically wearing women’s clothing. Case in point, check out some of these tops worn by our rock idols…
June 4, 1975 The Rolling Stones played at the Convention Center in San Antonio Texas and took the opportunity to take these photos at The Alamo. Mick Jagger has the British Union Jack draped around him while Ronnie Wood holds the Texas state flag and Keith Richards displays the Confederate flag.
The album covers for Mötley Crüe first two albums “Too Fast For Love” (1981) and “Shout At The Devil” (1983) are nearly exact copies of album covers by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.