Forty-three years ago on Nov. 17, Elton John recorded his first live album. It was released nearly six months later, titled simply "11-17-70." The opening track is a barn-burner, with John in great voice and playing a lively piano.
One of the greatest songs by the Grateful Dead, "China Cat Sunflower," is featured on the newly released "Sunshine Daydream" three-CD set, which was recorded live in 1972 in Oregon.
Rock legend J.J. Cale suffered a fatal heart attack on Friday. He was best known for songs like "After Midnight" and "Cocaine," which were both popularized by Eric Clapton.
A host of Top CelebStoners, including Willie Nelson, Bill Maher and B-Real, join Cheech & Chong for their smokin' send-up of "We Are the World."
Folk singer Richie Havens died of a heart attack on April 22, 2013. He was best known for his riveting performance of "Freedom" at the Woodstock Festival in 1969. He was 72.