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Anthony of Little Anthony and the Imperials

"We were supposed to open for The Beatles when they came into New York at Shea Stadium, but my manager came in and we got really belligerent we said, we've got the number two, number three hit record, we ain't gonna open for no bugs!...Who knew?" Anthony Gourdine, lead singer for “The Imperials,” looks back on the one gig that got away.

J.D. Souther Talks Songwriting

"My friends, Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey and Don Henley and eventually Warren Zevon, were all ... more

Sounds of the Time: Scott Ian of Anthrax

"December of 1977, I saw Kiss at Madison Square Garden, and I can pretty safely say that I left ... more

Dennis DeYoung talks Styx's beginnings

"I'm going to be in The Beatles or I'll form my own band and be The Beatles. That was it." Dennis ... more
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