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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

CSN Add The Y

They were a successful trio, but in order to tour, they’d need another musician. After Crosby, Stills & Nash hired Neil Young, the newly-named CSNY would release their second album “Deja Vu” on this date, March 11, 1970. Allan looks back in today’s Classic Rock Calendar… Image: PR PhotosContinue Reading

Foreigner

Forming Foreigner

They were all members of former bands, but it all came together for Mick Jones on this date, March 8, 1977, when Foreigner released their self-titled debut. Allan looks back in today’s Classic Rock Calendar… Image: PR PhotosContinue Reading

"Janis: Little Girl Blue" New York City Screening Q & A

Dick Cavett

One of the most legendary broadcasters of all time, Dick Cavett stopped by First Thing Fairfield County to talk about living in Connecticut, his career, and his upcoming live interview with Blythe Danner on March 23 at the Ridgefield Playhouse! Image: Michael Sherer / PRPhotos.comContinue Reading

David Bowie

Bowie Finds His Soul

After dropping the Ziggy Stardust persona, David Bowie would also drop the theatrics and embrace his soulful side with “Young Americans,” released on this date, March 7, 1975. Allan looks back in today’s Classic Rock Calendar… Image: PR PhotosContinue Reading

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The Start Of The “Stone Age”

After splitting with their record label, bad blood would spill into the public between the Rolling Stones and Decca Records on this date, March 6, 1971, when a new greatest hits that the band didn’t approve of came out. Allan looks back in today’s Classic Rock Calendar… Image: Rui M. Leal / PRPhotos.comContinue Reading

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The First “Beatles” Song To Reach The Chart

The Beatles recorded “From Me To You” on this date, March 5, 1963, just five days after John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote it. But it was a cover version that would reach the charts that summer. Allan looks back in today’s Classic Rock Calendar… Image: Landmark / PR PhotosContinue Reading

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How They Became Buffalo Springfield

A group of Canadians driving a hearse met a musician that failed an audition to be a member of the Monkees. They would form Buffalo Springfield this week in 1966. Allan has the story in today’s Classic Rock Calendar… Image: Insidefoto / PR PhotosContinue Reading

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