Happy 80th birthday to David Crosby, the golden-voiced folk-rock legend who co-founded The Byrds, Crosby, Stills & Nash and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and also has established a thriving solo career. Among the well-known songs Crosby has penned or co-written are The Byrds' "Eight... Read More.
The late Harry Nilsson was born 80 years ago today, June 15, 1941. The golden-voiced singer was also an accomplished songwriter, although his two biggest hits were cover songs. Nilsson scored a #6 hit in 1969 with his rendition of folk singer/songwriter Fred Neil's "
Mike Love may be a Beach Boy, but he's no kid, and today the famous band's lead singer celebrated his 80th birthday. Love co-founded The Beach Boys back in 1961 with his cousins Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson, and their friend Al Jardine,... Read More.
Patti Smith will give a special performance on May 22 celebrating Bob Dylan's upcoming 80th birthday as part of the Kaatsbaan Cultural Park's Spring Festival in Tivoli, New York. Smith will team up with Tony Shanahan, longtime bassist and keyboardist in her... Read More.
Tonight, on the evening of what would have been John Lennon's 80th birthday, the Empire State Building will be lit up with sky-blue lighting and will feature a white rotating peace sign in its mast to commemorate the... Read More.
This October 9 would have been John Lennon's 80th birthday, and his artistic legacy will be celebrated on that day with a new release called Gimme Some Truth. The Ultimate Mixes. The collection of 36 songs, produced by Sean Ono Lennon... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- On this day 80 years ago, Bugs Bunny made his official screen debut in the Tex Avery short A Wild Hare. To mark this occasion, ABC Audio caught up with Eric Bauza, who not only voices Bugs, but also Daffy Duck, Marvin the Martian
Would you believe Ringo Starr turns 80 today?! The legendary drummer became one of the most famous and beloved musicians on the planet after joining The Beatles in 1962, and went on to enjoy a chart-topping solo career in the 1970s. For the... Read More.