Manny’s Music and Sam Ash were the heart of NYC’s music scene. Rock stars, jingle guys, blues musicians all shopped there. And oh, the stories to tell.
Pattie & Jenny Boyd were quintessential 60s “dolly birds” who captured the hearts of some of rock’s biggest names.
George Harrison had a reputation for being spiritual — but he was known to drop the hammer on many occasions. Here are just a few.
Fifty years ago, the Stones released “Exile On Main Street.” Mick described it as “runaway outlaws using the blues as a weapon.” We concur.