I Heard...LIVE!

Collection by Laurie
The music I've been fortunate to hear live and enjoy. I never saw Jimi Hendrix or Iggy Pop. I still want to see Bruce Cockburn if I ever get the chance. Music lives in our hearts!
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Women Of The Guitar, Some Of The Best Female Guitarist On The Planet | HubPages Pop Rock, Rock And Roll, New Wave, Banda Sonora, Female Guitarist, Female Singers, Country Singers, Country Music, My Music

Bonnie Lynn Raitt is an American blues singer-songwriter and slide guitar player. During the Raitt released a series of roots-influenced albums which incorporated elements of blues, rock, folk and country.

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, London,1970 Music Love, Kinds Of Music, Music Is Life, Good Music, My Music, Neil Young, Stoner Rock, Woodstock, Jazz

How things change. Don't really care for these guys now. Neil Young still rocks it though.

Image detail for -Jethro Tull with Ian ♥ Psychedelic Bands, Recital, Blues Rock, Rock Posters, Music Artists, 70s Music, Music Icon, Music Love, Heavy Metal

S BE-IN: A flamboyant flautist makes the Jethro Tull group rock” (Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson, LIFE Magazine, May

Concert poster for Cream commemorating the 1967 Saville Theatre concert. 13 x 24 on card stock. Band Posters, Rock Posters, Event Posters, Psychedelic Music, Psychedelic Posters, Hippie Posters, Vintage Concert Posters, Kino, Rock Concert

❦ Cream [Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Don Brewer] with Jeff Beck - fantastic poster. when music and art combined to make whole and supreme music

Yes is een progressieve rockband, in 1968 opgericht in Londen. Kenmerkend voor de muziek zijn de complexe ritmes en harmonieën, de virtuositeit van de muzikanten, de meerstemmige zang en de mystieke teksten. Sommigen zullen daarbij de hoge, ietwat engelachtige zang van Jon Anderson willen noemen en het aparte, zware basgeluid van Chris Squire. Het mystieke aspect van Yes wordt vaak geaccentueerd door de vele hoesontwerpen die kunstenaar Roger Dean voor Yes heeft gemaakt. 70s Rock Bands, Chris Squire, Classic Rock Albums, El Rock, Music Icon, 70s Music, Heavy Metal, Rolling Stones, Rock Music

Readers' Poll: Next Year's Rock Hall Inductees

Yes- Left to right: guitarist Steve Howe, drummer Alan White (standing), singer Jon Anderson, bassist Chris Squire and Swiss keyboard player Patrick Moraz.

the "classic' Canned Heat....the best damn blues band! Classic Rock And Roll, Rock N Roll, Music Icon, 70s Music, Rock Music, Rock Of Ages, Music People, Blues Artists, Music Artists

Canned Heat

Canned Heat- Henry Vestine, Fito De La Para, Bob Hite, Alan Wilson & Larry Taylor

All I can do is be me. Whoever that is. Bob Dylan's photo... Who's quote? #peace #love #thehippybloggers Beatnik, Music Icon, Woodstock, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jazz, Joan Baez, Chess Live, Hibbing Minnesota

Hippies Hope Shop - Hippie Clothes, Jewelry, & Accessories

Bob Dylan playing chess, Woodstock, N. Photography by Daniel Kramer.

Classic Poster - Ry Cooder at Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX 10/5-6/76 by John Rogers Rock Posters, Music Posters, Art Posters, Ry Cooder, Vintage Concert Posters, Delta Blues, Iggy Pop, Live Music, Rock Music

Classic Poster - Ry Cooder at Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX by John Rogers oct 6

"The Weight" is a song originally by 'The Band' that was released in 1968 and on the group's debut album 'Music from Big Pink'. Credited to The Band member Robbie Robertson, the song has significantly influenced American popular music, having been listed as no.41 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Rock & Pop, Band Posters, Event Posters, Rock Posters, Hippie Posters, Movie Posters, Bill Graham, Concert Flyer, Music Flyer

The Band, The Weight

Doc Watson, Boone. "Let me keep my mind on what matters, which is my work, which is mostly standing still and learning to be astonished. Nc Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, Western North Carolina, North Carolina Homes, Music Icon, State University, Ukulele Art, Guitar Art, App State

MerleFest was founded in 1988 in Memory of Doc Watson’s son Eddy Merle Watson as a fundraiser for Wilkes Community College and to celebrate “traditional plus” music.