Rock Music Timeline
Experience rock and roll history in the order it happened. Right now covering rock and roll from 1950 to 1984, more to come soon.
Number One Songs Lensography
Here is a place to see the number one songs for the 1960′ & 1970’s. A work in progress.
Classic Rock Revisited
Classic Rock Revisited is the largest, longest running website on the net that is exclusive to Classic Rock Music.
All But Forgotten Oldies
Search and browse thousands of song titles from 1960-1975 with sound clips.
Chronology of San Francisco Rock, 1965-1969
Intersting page published by the San Francisco Museum.
History of Rock and Roll Demo
The History of Rock and Roll Demo was first distributed in 1969. Originally produced by Ron Jacobs for KHJ, it aired February 21-23, 1969.
This web page attempts to explore the roots of rock in such a way as to illuminate the natural progression of musical styles.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Zone
A history essay traces the rock ‘n’ roll story. Two internet-only 24 Hour classic rock broadcasts. Listing of rock music and artist resource sites.
Classic Rock Magazine
A one-stop shop for Classic Rock news, tour dates and daily dollops of wit and, er, wisdom from the Classic Rock team – as it happens.
Created to provide you with the essential information on your favorite classic rock groups and artists.
About.com Classic Rock –
A comprehensive source for all things involving Classic Rock N Roll.
Biographies of your favorite classic rock bands.
Soulful Impressions
Performance Photography by Kurt Swanson.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Just what it says.
Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame
Arizona’s tribute to Arizona’s entertainers.
Radio Free Phoenix – Great Arizona Streaming legitimate Free-Form Radio.
Rock’s Backpages
Online library of Rock & Roll.
MOJO Magazine
The Music Magazine (& Radio Station).
Genesis Publications
Publisher of rock ‘n’ roll photo books.
Rolling Stone Magazine online –
Online music news.
ICE Magazine online –
Online music news.
Hard Rock Cafe
The online version…
Flower Power: Cannabis and the Culture of the ’60s
America will always remember the 1960s as a decade of unprecedented advancement, societal change, and tragedy. A man walked on the moon, and a wildly popular president was assassinated. Weed and LSD sparked the imagination of a counterculture revolution. And the waves made by these events still ripple through the culture of America today.