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The Only Band That Matters. That was the tag given the Clash, emblazoned on a sticker affixed to the cover of the landmark 1979 album London Calling.
Simply put, Bonnie Raitt is a true and longtime trailblazer for female musicians worldwide.
When Prince arrived on the scene in the late 1970s, it didn’t take long for him to turn the music industry on its head.
With humble beginnings in the vital mid-’70s London pub-rock scene, Elvis Costello became one of popular music’s most prolific artists.
A look at an original-era guitar hero who has exerted profoundly powerful and enduring influence through the decades …
If you had to pick one iconic U2 moment, what would it be? The earnestly engaging “Gloria” video that entered MTV’s regular rotation in 1981? The band’s inspiring 1985 Live Aid performance in London, clearly placing it among the global rock elite? The first time singer Paul Hewson — Bono to you and me — donned those yellow wrap-around “fly” shades that became one of his visual trademarks? Or, more recently, the massive 360° Tour of 2009-2011, which became the highest-grossing concert trek in history?