“Peter’s talent, charm, and humor were undeniable and he had the rare privilege of bringing joy and music to multiple generations. From his early days in Greenwich Village, to the heights of Monkeemania, to his Shoe Suede Blues band, Peter enjoyed a rich life as an incredibly gifted musician and songwriter. He has left us with a plethora of amazing songs and memories that will be endlessly remembered.” - Mark Pinkus, President, Rhino Entertainment —————— Photo: Peter Tork at the Monterey Pop Festival, June 1967 (Courtesy Andrew Sandoval/Beatland Tours Inc.)
50 年前發佈 this month, Elektra Records released the landmark debut album from Michigan rockers MC5 – who were signed by the label’s Danny Fields the same weekend he inked another hugely influential Detroit band, The Stooges with Iggy Pop. A rarity for a debut, ‘Kick Out The Jams’ was recorded live at Detroit’s Grande Ballroom, since Elektra founder Jac Holzman felt it was the only way to capture the band’s raw energy and sonic assault. Today, it’s considered one of the most important albums in rock history.
are here! Good luck today to all of our nominees and performers ✨
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