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Kaili Bisson

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Al Kooper

    43 hours ago

    This series highlights artists who performed at the Monterey Pop Festival held June 16–18, 1967. The fourth act on Saturday afternoon was Al Kooper, who worked with Bob Dylan, discovered Lynyrd Skynyrd, and founded Blues Project and Blood, Sweat & Tears.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Brown Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison

    12 months ago

    "Brown Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison is a timeless classic, blending catchy melodies and nostalgic lyrics. Its upbeat charm and soulful delivery have made it a song that continues to evoke smiles and sing-alongs, capturing the essence of joy and youthful memories.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Country Joe and the Fish

    12 months ago

    Who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The third act on Saturday was Country Joe and the Fish, with their anti-war anthem and mind-bending sounds.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Joy to the World" by Three Dog Night

    13 months ago

    "Joy to the World" by Three Dog Night is an infectious and upbeat rock anthem that became their biggest hit. Released in 1971, it exudes a carefree and optimistic vibe with its catchy melodies and uplifting lyrics, spreading a message of joy, celebration, and unity.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Kick Out the Jams" by the MC5

    13 months ago

    "Kick Out the Jams," the MC5's explosive anthem, revolutionized rock music, embodying rebellion, raw energy, and a call to challenge societal norms. A riotous fusion of punk and politics, it remains an iconic symbol of defiance and a rallying cry for generations seeking liberation through music.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Big Brother and the Holding Company

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The second act on Saturday was Big Brother and the Holding Company, featuring Janis Joplin doing vocal duty. They also did a second un-planned show on Sunday.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan

    13 months ago

    "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan is a timeless masterpiece that explores mortality and the longing for peace. With its heartfelt lyrics, the song resonates as a universal reflection on life's fragility and the search for transcendence in the face of death.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Canned Heat

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The first act on Saturday was Canned Heat, who unleashed a fiery blues rock eruption that ignited the stage.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Crimson and Clover" by Tommy James and the Shondells

    13 months ago

    Tommy James and the Shondells' 1968 hit "Crimson and Clover" merges mesmerizing psychedelia with their signature harmonies, creating a dreamlike masterpiece. With its swirling guitars and poetic lyrics, this timeless gem enchants us, solidifying its place in music history.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Simon & Garfunkel

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The final act on opening night was the newly reunited Simon & Garfunkel. Their seven-song set had everybody groovin.'

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Eric Burdon and the Animals

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The sixth act on opening night was Eric Burdon and the Animals. Their hit, "The House of the Rising Sun," is just one of those songs we can't get out of our heads.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Johnny Rivers

    14 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The fifth performer on opening night was Johnny Rivers, who was responsible for a string of hits in the '60s, including "Secret Agent Man" and "Memphis,Tennessee."

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Beverley

    14 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The fourth act to appear on Friday night, right after Lou Rawls, was an English folk singer who went by the stage name of Beverley.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: Lou Rawls

    14 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The third act to appear on Friday night was soul/R&B sensation Lou Rawls.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: The Paupers

    14 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The second band to appear on Friday night were The Paupers, a Canadian rock band known for their high-energy live performances.

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    Monterey Pop Festival: The Association

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Monterey Pop Festival? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held June 16–18, 1967. The first band on opening night was The Association, who performed several of their hits including "Along Comes Mary" and "Windy."

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    The Story Behind the Song "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" by Roberta Flack

    14 months ago

    In 1972, Roberta Flack's cover of "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" became a massive hit, solidifying its place as one of the most iconic love songs of all time. With Flack's soulful and powerful rendition, the song's tender lyrics and timeless melody touched the hearts of millions.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Year of the Cat" by Al Stewart

    13 months ago

    "Year of the Cat" is the signature song of Al Stewart's career and widely regarded as a classic in the singer-songwriter and folk-rock genres. Travel back in time to 1976 as we learn more about how "Year of the Cat" came to be.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Hotel California" by the Eagles

    15 months ago

    The song "Hotel California" appeared on the album of the same name. Released as a single on February 22, 1977, the song reached the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 on May 7, 1977. Though the lyrics are so very familiar, have you ever wondered what the song is actually about?

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    Creedence Clearwater Revival and Vietnam

    15 months ago

    Many of the songs by Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) are associated with the Vietnam War, including "Fortunate Son" and "Run Through the Jungle." CCR's music reflected the anti-war sentiment of the time, and many of their songs dealt with themes related to war and a general longing for home.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Paint It Black" by the Rolling Stones

    15 months ago

    "Paint it Black" is one of the most iconic songs in rock 'n' roll history. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and recorded by the Rolling Stones in 1966, the song is a staple of classic rock radio.

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    The Emergency Broadcast False Alarm That Rocked America

    10 months ago

    On February 20, 1971, radio and television stations across America interrupted their programming with an emergency message that turned out to be a false alarm. How could this have happened?

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    "The Midnight Special" Pilot Episode (1972)

    15 months ago

    Ever wonder who appeared on "The Midnight Special"? This television music show debuted in 1972 and ended its run in 1981. The show's pilot, which aired on August 19, 1972, was hosted by John Denver.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Kiss You All Over" by Exile

    13 months ago

    Exile burst onto the international stage in 1978 with the release of "Kiss You All Over" from their LP Mixed Emotions. The song spent four weeks in the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

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    The Story Behind the Song "I Believe In Father Christmas" by Greg Lake

    9 months ago

    The song "I Believe In Father Christmas" came together while Greg Lake was working on solo material for "Works Volume 1" by Emerson, Lake and Palmer. In 1975, it reached the #2 spot on British charts and is still very much a part of the soundtrack of Christmas.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Blueberry Hill" by Fats Domino

    10 months ago

    Fats Domino was one of the true pioneers in rock and roll music. An amazing 35 of his records appeared on the Billboard Top 40 chart, with "Blueberry Hill" being his best seller.

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    The Story Behind the Song "(Oh), Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison

    3 months ago

    The final single by Orbison to reach the top of the US charts, 1964's "(Oh), Pretty Woman," was inspired by a trip into town by his wife, Claudette. The song spent three weeks at #1 and sold seven million copies.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Always on My Mind" by Willie Nelson

    14 months ago

    One of the most beloved of all of Willie Nelson's songs, "Always on My Mind" is an apology for things not turning out the way they should in a relationship. Willie rode this song all the way to #1 on the Hot Country Singles chart.

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    The Story Behind the Song "What's Love Got To Do With It" by Tina Turner

    13 months ago

    The song "What's Love Got To Do With It" appeared on Tina Turner's breakthrough solo album "Private Dancer." The LP generated four Grammy awards in 1985, including Song of the Year for "What's Love Got To Do With It."

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    The Story Behind the Song "Rosanna" by Toto

    13 months ago

    The song "Rosanna" appeared on Toto's fourth studio album, Toto IV. The LP grabbed six Grammy awards in 1983, including Record of the Year for "Rosanna." Was the song actually written about Rosanna Arquette? Read on to discover the answer to this and other questions about this fabulous pop song.

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    1918 Spanish Influenza Pandemic

    9 months ago

    Near the end of WWI, an even deadlier enemy, the Spanish influenza virus (Spanish flu), appeared. This pandemic infected roughly a third of the world's population and killed tens of millions.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Margaritaville" by Jimmy Buffett

    13 months ago

    Released in February 1977, this song by beloved American entertainer Jimmy Buffett might just be the perfect summer song. "Margaritaville" conjures up images of a tropical paradise where "booze in the blender" seems to be the perfect recipe for passing the day away.

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    Woodstock Performers: Jimi Hendrix

    13 months ago

    This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. The 10th and final act was Jimi Hendrix.

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    Woodstock Performers: Sha Na Na

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists, including Sha Na Na, who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969.

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    Woodstock Performers: Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights artists, including Paul Butterfield, who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969.

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    Woodstock Performers: Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young)

    13 months ago

    Who played at Woodstock? The seventh act on Day 3 (Day 4) was Crosby, Stills & Nash. Woodstock was the first gig ever for CSN&Y, as Neil Young was just added.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Soul Man" by Sam & Dave

    14 months ago

    Sam & Dave were an American vocal duo famous for their R&B and soul-infused live performances. One of their top hits was "Soul Man," released in September 1967. Have you ever thought that you heard "Woodstock" in the lyrics to "Soul Man?" You weren't imagining it.

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    Woodstock Performers: Blood, Sweat & Tears

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. The sixth act on Day 3 was Blood, Sweat & Tears. They were already huge, so it was no surprise they were booked. BS&T hit the stage at 1:30 a.m., the unofficial Day 4 of the fest.

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    Woodstock Performers: Johnny Winter

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? The fifth act on Day 3 was blues guitar great Johnny Winter and Johnny's brother Edgar Winter.

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    Woodstock Performers: The Band

    13 months ago

    Who played at Woodstock? The fourth act on Day 3 was the Band. Already veterans of the music scene, this great roots-rock outfit was perfect for Woodstock.

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    Woodstock Performers: Ten Years After

    13 months ago

    Which artists played at Woodstock? The third act on Day 3, Ten Years After, was plagued by technical challenges, but the last song made stars of Alvin Lee and Ten Years After.

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    Woodstock Performers: Country Joe and the Fish

    13 months ago

    Who played at Woodstock? The second Day 3 act was Country Joe and the Fish. Joe Cocker finished his set around 3:30 p.m. when weather caused yet another delay.

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    Woodstock Performers: Joe Cocker

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The first official act on Day 3 was the mad Englishman, Joe Cocker. Jefferson Airplane had finished their set just after 08:00 a.m., allowing the crowd to finally get some shut-eye.

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    Woodstock Performers: Jefferson Airplane

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held August 15–18, 1969. The 14th and final Day 2 act was Jefferson Airplane. Grace Slick and company began their set at 7:00 a.m. on the Sunday of the festival with some "morning maniac music."

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    Woodstock Performers: The Who

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival August 15–18, 1969. The 13th act on Day 2 was the British band the Who. Day 2 was so long, the Who's set actually began at 5:00 a.m. on Sunday, right after Sly and the Family Stone.

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    Woodstock Performers: Sly and the Family Stone

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held August 15–18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock acts were up, and the 12th act to appear on Saturday—actually Sunday a.m.—was the funk-rock band, Sly and the Family Stone.

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    Woodstock Performers: Janis Joplin

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at the festival held August 15–18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock acts were up, and the 11th act to appear on Saturday—actually Sunday a.m.—was already a legend. "The Queen of Psychedelic Soul," Janis Joplin.

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    Woodstock Performers: Creedence Clearwater Revival

    13 months ago

    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 tenth act to appear at Woodstock on what was now Sunday was Creedence Clearwater Revival. It was classic swamp-rock.

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    Woodstock Performers: Grateful Dead

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. The ninth act on Day 2 was California band the Grateful Dead. Their set, including a long-drawn-out version of "Turn On Your Lovelight," finally ended around midnight.

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    Woodstock Performers: Mountain

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? On Day 2, the eighth act was Mountain, fronted by Leslie West. Their powerful performance blended blues, hard rock, and a touch of psychedelia. West's remarkable guitar skills and commanding stage presence made Mountain a memorable part of rock history.

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    Woodstock Performers: Canned Heat

    12 months ago

    Day two at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, and the seventh act to appear at Woodstock on Saturday, August 16, 1969, was Canned Heat.

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    The Story Behind the Song "I Want It That Way" by Backstreet Boys

    12 months ago

    Ever wondered who wrote "I Want It That Way?" What the lyrics mean? When it was first recorded? Read on for the answers to these and other questions. Oh, and maybe a tidbit or two about the Backstreet Boys as well.

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    Woodstock Performers: The Incredible String Band

    14 months ago

    This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, but The Incredible String Band, who were supposed to appear on Day 1, had been rescheduled due to rain and ended up being the sixth act to perform on August 16, 1969.

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    Woodstock Performers: Keef Hartley Band

    12 months ago

    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.

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    Woodstock Performers: John Sebastian

    14 months ago

    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."

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    Woodstock Performers: Santana

    14 months ago

    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 third act to appear at Woodstock on Saturday August 16, 1969 was Santana. Relatively unknown, the band was a festival hit.

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    Woodstock Performers: Country Joe McDonald

    14 months ago

    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 second artist to appear on Saturday, August 16, 1969, was Country Joe McDonald. He also performed with The Fish on Day 3.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Telstar" by The Tornados

    6 months ago

    "Telstar" is an instrumental released in 1962 by the English group, The Tornados. Written and produced by Joe Meek, the song was a fun and futuristic slice of the "space age."

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    Woodstock Performers: Quill

    14 months ago

    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.

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    Woodstock Performers: Joan Baez

    6 months ago

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

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    Woodstock Performers: Arlo Guthrie

    14 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. The seventh performer on the opening day of the festival was Arlo Guthrie, the man who gave us "Coming Into Los Angeles."

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    Woodstock Performers: Melanie

    12 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. The sixth performer on the opening day of the festival was Melanie Safka, who filled in when the Incredible String Band refused to play in the rain.

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    Woodstock Performers: Ravi Shankar

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. The fifth performer on the opening day of the festival was Ravi Shankar, who played through a downpour. Pandit Ravi Shankar was a true Master of the sitar.

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    Woodstock Performers: Tim Hardin

    14 months ago

    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."

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    Woodstock Performers: Bert Sommer

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. The third performer on the opening day of the festival was Bert Sommer.

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    Woodstock Performers: Sweetwater

    14 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at the Woodstock festival August 15–18, 1969. The first act on opening day was supposed to be Sweetwater, but when they got stuck in traffic, Richie Havens stepped in, and Sweetwater had to settle for second.

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    Woodstock Performers: Richie Havens

    13 months ago

    Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15–18, 1969. Day 1 of the festival was devoted to folk and acoustic acts, and the very first performer on the opening day of Woodstock was Richie Havens.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell

    13 months ago

    "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell is a folk-rock anthem that captures the spirit of the 1969 music festival. Mitchell's haunting vocals and poetic lyrics paint a vivid picture of the counterculture movement, inspiring generations to come.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Blame It on the Bossa Nova" by Eydie Gormé

    13 months ago

    "Blame It on the Bossa Nova" was a hit for Eydie Gormé in 1963. This catchy pop tune is a song about bossa nova music or, according to the lyrics, the "dance of love."

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    The Story Behind the Song "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" by Mel Carter

    13 months ago

    Ray Noble was a swing-era songwriter who composed "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me," a hit in 1952 for former Benny Goodman vocalist Karen Chandler. Mel Carter, a protégé of Sam Cooke, then covered the song in 1965 to hit with it again.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Unchained Melody" by The Righteous Brothers

    13 months ago

    One of the most beloved of all slow dance songs, "Unchained Melody" by The Righteous Brothers actually had a very unlikely start for a love song.

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    The Story Behind the Song "The Loco-Motion" by Little Eva

    13 months ago

    Probably the most famous 1960s nanny after Mary Poppins, Eva Boyd, or Little Eva as she became known, rocketed to fame in 1962 with the catchy, danceable tune "The Loco-Motion".

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    The Story Behind the Song "Ode to Billie Joe" by Bobbie Gentry

    13 months ago

    Released in July 1967, "Ode to Billie Joe," by Bobbie Gentry, is a song about a young man who jumps off the Tallahatchie Bridge. The song reached the top of the Billboard charts in August 1967.

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    Savory Sirloin and Roasted Garlic Stew

    19 months ago

    This recipe elevates beef stew from ho-hum to something special and features step-by-step directions and photos for cooking this rich, savory dish. The addition of red wine and tawny port means this isn't anything like the stew your Grandma made.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Three Little Fishies"

    6 months ago

    Do you recall singing the "Three Little Fishies" song? I loved this song as a kid and wanted to know more about how this wonderful children's song came to be.

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    Easy Shortcut Nutella Muffin Recipe (Using Cake Mix)

    19 months ago

    This easy Nutella muffin recipe will have your kids screaming for more. Made using cake mix and filled with Nutella ... you won't believe the aroma in your kitchen while they are baking!

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    How to Make the Best Scalloped Potatoes Ever

    20 months ago

    Scalloped potatoes might just be the best comfort food you can make. This easy and delicious recipe has a bit of a twist...definitely not your mother's scalloped potatoes!

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    Perfect Grilled Peppers With Pesto and Pernod Recipe

    20 months ago

    Get the BBQ out! This easy and delicious recipe for grilled peppers will have your guests yelling for more. Made with pesto sauce and Pernod. The olive oil from these peppers is great for dipping.

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    How to Cook the Most Delicious BBQ Pork Tenderloin

    20 months ago

    Wondering how to cook pork tenderloin? This recipe has step-by-step directions and photos for cooking the best bbq pork tenderloin you will ever eat. Recipes can also be used to cook it in the oven.

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    Things You May or May Not Know About Leonard Cohen

    13 months ago

    Leonard Cohen is a beloved Canadian poet and songwriter whose songs often touch on religion and relationships. Here are some things you may not know about Leonard Cohen.

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    Things You May or May Not Know About Iggy Pop

    13 months ago

    Iggy Pop is THE unrelenting force of punk rock. From his explosive performances to his iconic stage presence, Iggy Pop defies conventions and continues to inspire generations. Discover the unwavering spirit of the "Godfather of Punk" in this in-depth article.

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    The Story Behind the Song "Puff the Magic Dragon" by Peter, Paul and Mary

    13 months ago

    This beloved folk song about a little boy and his imaginary dragon named Puff was released by the folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary in 1963. The song was written by Lenny Lipton, whose inspiration for the song came from the poem "The Tale of Custard the Dragon."

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    The "Sukiyaki" Song and Its Connection to Japan Airlines Flight 123

    13 months ago

    This is the story of Kyu Sakamoto's hit song "Sukiyaki" which topped the Billboard charts for three weeks in June 1963. This sad song has a connection to the crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123, one of the worst air disasters ever.

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    Things You May or May Not Know About Alice Cooper

    13 months ago

    Who is the man behind the band? Alice Cooper is a man who just wants to entertain you. And with a new tour in the works, here are some things you may not know about Alice Cooper.

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    The Only BBQ Ribs Recipe You Will Ever Need

    20 months ago

    Looking for a new ribs recipe? Look no further. This easy recipe for bbq ribs is your ticket to tender, juicy, perfect ribs every time.

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    Best Dry Rub Recipe for BBQ Fish

    19 months ago

    This easy dry rub recipe is great for all your BBQ fish and is especially good with salmon and arctic char. Get ready for summer BBQ season and perfectly grilled fish.

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    Easy Recipe for Baked Sweet Potato Wedges

    19 months ago

    This sweet potato recipe is super easy to make. Serve them as a snack while watching the big game, or as a side dish with dinner.

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    The Real Story of Winnie-the-Pooh

    9 months ago

    Winnie-the-Pooh is a beloved storybook bear who had her origins in WW1. She traveled overseas with the Canadian Forces and retired to the London Zoo, where she inspired the character Winnie the Pooh.

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    The Nanking Cargo

    18 months ago

    Nanking Cargo is the name given to a hoard of porcelain recovered from the South China Sea in 1985. This is the story of that porcelain and the ship that carried it to the ocean's floor.

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    Puff Pastry Pinwheels Recipe

    20 months ago

    Who doesn’t love puff pastry? Keep some dough in the freezer, and you’ll always be prepared to make these wonderful pinwheels when company is coming.

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    How to Clean a Ski Jacket

    18 months ago

    This article provides information on how to properly clean ski clothing. Keeping your ski jacket and pants clean will prolong their life and help keep you warm and dry on the slopes.

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    The Christmas Truce of 1914: World War I History

    8 months ago

    At the dawn of World War I, German and British forces put down their guns to celebrate Christmas together, even singing carols. Explore the full story of the inspiring truce.

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    Ginger-Roasted Salmon With Pinot Noir Sauce

    20 months ago

    Red wine and fish? Yes! The ginger and peppercorns in this salmon recipe make this a fish dish that stands up to even the biggest Pinot Noirs.

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    What Is a Five and Dime?

    2 years ago

    The lunch counter in the local Woolworths used to be a place where you could go and get good food for a good price. But these wonderful little five-and-dime stores offered so much more.

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    Yoga Poses That Help With Shoulder Posture

    10 months ago

    This article provides step-by-step instructions and a video for doing yoga poses for shoulders. These poses will help loosen stiff shoulders, improve rounded shoulders, and correct posture.

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    Boursin-Stuffed Salmon With Roasted Red Pepper Sauce Recipe

    20 months ago

    Looking for something different? This salmon recipe is easy to prepare and will make you feel like a Cordon Bleu chef.

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    How to Make Tomato Avocado Salad

    2 days ago

    This tomato avocado salad recipe is really tasty, and the addition of omega 3-6-9 oil makes it a nutritional powerhouse. This recipe is easy to make and delivers helpful omega fatty acids.

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    Easy Way to Remove Ticks From Your Dog

    16 months ago

    Ticks are small blood-sucking arachnids that can carry diseases, such as Lyme disease. Here's how to safely remove ticks from dogs using a tool made for the job.

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    Grilled Shrimp Skewers With Pesto and Pernod

    20 months ago

    Looking for a new shrimp recipe? These pesto shrimp skewers are just the ticket. Prepared with a dash of Pernod and then barbequed to perfection.

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    Bread Pudding With Berries

    20 months ago

    This pudding recipe is a delicious and different way to serve berries. Based on a traditional English pudding recipe, this is a bread pudding that showcases fresh summer berries.

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    Easy Curry Shrimp and Peppers Recipe

    20 months ago

    This recipe for curry shrimp and peppers is very easy to make and serves four people. Ready in just 40 minutes, the curry flavor is enhanced by fresh lime juice, coriander, and coconut milk.

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    Amaretto Summer Soother

    21 months ago

    Looking for an easy amaretto drink for the patio? This sweet-and-sour amaretto cocktail is a wonderful way to cool off on a hot summer day. Bet you can’t have just one!

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    Bookkeeping Spreadsheet Example for Small Business

    22 months ago

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