Johnny Cash waiting to play at Folsom Prison, 1968
Jim Morrison 1968
In 1973, Led Zeppelin toured North American Tour for the ninth time. The tour was divided into two legs, with performances commencing on 4 May and concluding on 29 July 1973.
Led Zeppelin would travel on The Starship – a pimped United Airlines Boeing 720B passenger jet owned by Ward Sylvester and singer Bobby Sherman. For $2,500 a day, or $5 a mile, the airplane was specifically modified to cater to the biggest band in the world.
Inside, the main cabin contained seats and tables, revolving arm chairs, a 30-foot long couch running along the right hand side of the plane opposite the bar, a television set and video cassette player; an electronic organ was built into the bar. At the rear of the plane were two back rooms, one a den with a low couch and pillows on the floor, the other a bedroom, complete with a white fur bedspread and shower room.
The Starship was even staffed by two stewardesses, Susie, and attractive eighteen-year old blonde, and Bianca, a twenty-two year old with a dark complexion and a sense of humor.
Check out this new video from atmospheric folk musical collective Gabriel Wolfchild and the Northern Light. It’s pretty chill and getting a lot of buzz from pretentious hipster music blogs.
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Metallica POV enter to stage!
The homies from Australia, Shikobi, sent us a new track called "Pull The Trigger". It’s pretty rocking…check it out
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Iggy Pop crowd surfing like a boss at a concert in Cincinnati, 1970
John Lennon’s First Acid Trip
My friend sent me this cool new indie rock artist whose music sounds like a mix between the boss himself Bruce Springsteen and Psychedelic Furs. His name is Wons Phreely and his song Stars sounds as if it should be in a John Hughes film.