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Here are the top ten articles for the Classic Rock Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Creedence Clearwater Revival
Want to know about Creedence Clearwater Revival? For your viewing pleasure, Creedence Clearwater Revival Chronicles, a quick reference sheet with lots of the facts on the band. And for fun, some little known trivia facts.
2. Beatles Songs for Kids
There are a few Beatles songs that have been popular with young kids for decades. But, any Beatles song can be made suitable for kids with the right arrangement.
3. Nicks and Buckingham A Love - Hate Relationship
Tumultuous, at best, describes the relationship between two of the founding members of Fleetwood Mac. Both creative talents, both fiery personalities, but it was their passions that lit the fires of the bandīs mega success.
4. The Best Singers of Classic Rock
This year, Rolling Stone announced its 100 Greatest Singers of All Time list. Surprise! Most of them were classic rockers.
5. The Police Will Not Reunite Again
Despite the overwhelming popularity of the last reunion tour, Sting announces no future reunions of The Police
6. Jimi Hendrix Purple Box Set Out Now!
Jimi Hendrix Purple Box Set Expanded Reissue just released!
7. Heaven and Hell: Don Felder's Eagles Memoir
Don Felder's book, Heaven and Hell, chronicles his years spent as a member of the Eagles.
8. Arlo Gurthrie, Alice's Restaurant and a U.S. Tour
Arlo Guthrie, of Alice's Restaurant Fame, is currently on tour in the U.S. Here's where you can catch Guthrie and his long, long, long tale of Alice.
9. Jailed Singers and Musicians From the 60s
Some of the best rockers of all time were arrested, and often jailed, during the 60s. The main culprit in the majority of the high-profile arrests of 60s musicians was marijuana.
10. Janis Joplin Said to Haunt Hotel
Janis Joplin still visits the hotel room in which she dies, according to Joplin friend Don Hoyt.
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