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Throwback Thursday

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Photo by: Keystone, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Eight Miles High [VIDEO]

'Eight Miles High.' Was this 'Byrds' tune about getting high or something completely different?

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Led Zeppelin [VIDEO]

Let's hop in the Classic Rock Time Machine and set the destination date to May 14th,1988. That was the day of the 40th anniversary party for Atlantic records in New York City.

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photo by: Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Bill Kreutzmann of the Grateful Dead [VIDEO]

On May 7th, 1947, a future rock and roll drummer was born in Palo Alto, California.

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Chris Walter, Getty Images
Chris Walter, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Led Zeppelin [VIDEO]

In the 70s, Led Zeppelin was enjoying being on top of the Rock World. They were the favorite for many of the youth of America.

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Terry Disney, Getty Images
Terry Disney, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Sticky Fingers [VIDEO]

Do you remember the excitement we all felt on this day in 1971? I'm talking about waiting for the local record store to open, so you could purchase an album that was just released.

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photo by: Keystone Hulton Archive, Getty Images
photo by: Keystone Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – The Move to a New Rock Band [VIDEO]

Your first question may be 'What is The Move?' A good question. Let's explain.

The Move was the name of a rock band from the late 60s. Roy Wood was one of the members of the group, and he was envisioning a new band using additional instruments including cellos and violins

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Paul McCartney [VIDEO]

April 1970 Paul McCartney revealed to the press why he broke away from The Beatles.

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Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Janis Joplin [VIDEO]

April 2nd,1971, The number one album on the U.S. chart was Janis Joplin's 'Pearl.'

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Rick Diamond /Getty Images
Rick Diamond /Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Witchy Woman [VIDEO]

I'm under pressure to come up with this week's Classic Rock Throwback, and I don't do well under pressure unless alcohol is involved. Management won't let me drink at work.

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Chris Walter, Getty Images
Chris Walter, Getty Images

Classic Rock Throwback Thursday – Led Zeppelin [VIDEO]

March 20th 1970, the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver was filled with Led Zeppelin fans for day one of a two night stand.

The price for a ticket was outrageous - $7.50. Can you imagine paying that much? Joking aside, it would be great to go back in time to that show with Led Zeppelin in full form, rocking out to all those cool tunes

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