Top Ten classicrock Articles

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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. Classic Rock
Hello Classic Rock! We're taking a look at what the Classic Rock genre holds.

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. Tears In Heaven – A Ballad of Raw Emotion
The origin of this song comes from a period of great sadness in Clapton´s life. Find out the reasons behind this touching song.

4. The Police Will Not Reunite Again
Despite the overwhelming popularity of the last reunion tour, Sting announces no future reunions of The Police

5. The Trashmen and Surfin' Bird
The Trashmen reached #4 with their hit Surfin' Bird in 1963. The band's one hit has refused to die over the years and has hit the UK's top 40 once again.

6. Elvis - Remembered 25 Years Later
Description: Fan are gathering in Memphis to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of his death. Who is this man who has held the world´s attention for so many years?

7. 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.

8. Jim Morrison, Indecent Exposure and a Pardon
Did the Lizard King expose himself on stage, and if so, did it warrant an arrest and trial? Did he need a pardon, should his record have been expunged or did he deserve the six-month sentence?

9. 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.

10. The Many Lawsuits of Yoko Ono
Yoko Ono is embroiled in lawsuits almost constantly. Her current lawsuits are primarily about controlling the image of John Lennon.

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