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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. George Harrison: Tribute Concert
Spectacular tribute concert planned at the Royal Albert Hall to honor George Harrison on the 1st Anniversary of his death.
2. Bob Dylan Wins a Pulitzer Prize - No Joke!
Bob Dylan is the rock writer of rock writers- always eloquent and poetic. His Pulitzer Prize is a general prize for his overall contribution to the world of music.
3. Poor Poor Pitiful Ronstadt
Linda Ronstadt has been diagnosed with Parkinsonís disease. The cost of this disease has been monumental as it has taken her singing voice. But she hasn't let this keep her from making her voice being heard. She has been busy writing and her new book is due out September 2013.
4. 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.
5. Christmas Music by Beatle Tribute Bands
Beatles tribute bands like the Fab Four release a number of Christmas albums to keep Beatles fans in the mood for both the Beatles music and the Christmas season.
6. Moody Blues 2010 Spring Tour Dates
The Moody Blues are gearing up for another tour in 2010. The spring tour dates are all in the U.S.
7. Beatles Give Peace a Chance Lyric Sheet to Be Sold
A handwritten lyric sheet from Give Peace a Chance is being auctioned off by Christie's. The sheet was given to a teenager who snuck into the hotel room at the beginning of the famous bed-in for peace.
8. John Lennon Inspires New Ice Cream Flavor
John Lennon, peace and ice cream- they all go together in a new Ben and Jerry's flavor inspired by the man and his music.
9. The New Career of Grace Slick
She's retired from music and has moved on to a new creative expression.
10. The Beatles' Rooftop Concert
The Beatles' 1969 London rooftop performance was a surprise to the neighborhood and quickly drew a crowd. Forty years later the footage still attracts attention.
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