Lindsey Buckingham Struggled to Sing One Classic Fleetwood Mac Breakup Song

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In their standout album “Rumours,” Fleetwood Mac poured out tales of real-life breakups involving Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, and Christine McVie. While musically on a pinnacle, their personal worlds were turbulent, echoed in their tracks. One song, in particular, was a tug at Buckingham’s heartstrings, and it wasn’t merely a reflection of his split from … Read more

May Pang Said George Harrison’s Anger ‘Paralyzed’ John Lennon: ‘I Had Never Seen an Angrier Man’


In the midst of a temporary break with Yoko Ono in 1973, John Lennon began a relationship with their former assistant, May Pang. This phase of his life allowed Pang to get a close look at Lennon’s interactions with his ex-Beatles colleagues, particularly a notable clash with George Harrison. Yoko Ono’s Perspective on the Separation … Read more

Stevie Nicks Reveals the False Rumor About Her That ‘Pissed Her Off’ and ‘Hurt Her Feelings’ the Most

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Stevie Nicks, a beacon in the music industry, has constantly been the subject of whispers and tales. While most tall tales about the “Gypsy” songstress are brushed off, there’s one that deeply upset her. A Career Shadowed by Gossip Being the iconic voice behind Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks has seen her fair share of tabloid … Read more

John Lennon Used The Title of The Beatles’ ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ in a Short Story Before Writing the Song

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Ringo Starr’s influence on The Beatles often goes unnoticed, yet in certain respects, it may have been overemphasized. Notably, Ringo is often recognized for the title “A Hard Day’s Night” of The Beatles’ song. Though John Lennon did appreciate Ringo’s input, he clarified that he’d already used the title. John had incorporated it into a … Read more

Bruce Springsteen Wrote One of His Songs for Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley stands as a monumental figure in the annals of rock music. Yet, among his collection of classic hits, there lies a track penned by none other than Bruce Springsteen. In his memoir, Springsteen delves deep into the transformative musical era when he crafted a song with the legendary “Hound Dog” vocalist in mind, … Read more

Why Nancy Sinatra Didn’t Let Her Cover of The Beatles’ ‘Something’ ‘Die in the Vault’

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A rendition of The Beatles’ “Something” by Nancy Sinatra is the epitome of a 1960s vibe. Yet, it wasn’t until 2013 that Sinatra graced us with her unique take on the song. Curiously, the renowned “Sugar Town” songstress didn’t express much about George Harrison, the genius behind “Something.” In 2013, Sinatra’s album “Shifting Gears” unveiled … Read more

Led Zeppelin on Greta Van Fleet, a Band Accused of Copying Them

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Greta Van Fleet stands as a contemporary pillar in the hard rock scene, garnering both admiration and skepticism. Many appreciate them for reigniting the embers of classic rock, while some critics argue they mirror legendary bands too closely, especially Led Zeppelin. A good number of Greta Van Fleet critiques inevitably draw parallels with Led Zeppelin. … Read more