50 years ago today, George Harrison released All Things Must Pass. We know how sweet life can be. Read our
Happy birthday Jimi Hendrix. Bold as love. Jimi spent his last birthday—in 1969—at a Rolling Stones show at Madison Square
53 years ago today, the Beatles released Magical Mystery Tour. Still waiting to take you away. Read William DuVall (Alice
35 years ago today, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers released Pack Up The Plantation: Live!. You know we dig rockin'
Happy 75th birthday John McVie (Fleetwood Mac). One more time with feeling. Read our Mac live review from a decade
The Kinks Released “The Kink Kontroversy” 55 Years Ago Today; Five Years And A Day Later, They Issued “Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part One”
55 years ago today, the Kinks released The Kink Kontroversy. Five years and a day later, they issued Lola Versus
Happy birthday John Stirratt (Wilco). Step easy. Read our 2014 Wilco cover story: Wilco: Paternity Test
44 years ago today, the Sex Pistols released debut single “Anarchy In The U.K.” Three and a half minutes that
Happy birthday Tina Turner. We’re gonna be good to you.
Happy birthday Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, Queens Of The Stone Age, Gutter Twins). There's something about today you can't explain.
Happy birthday Neil Hamburger. World’s $1 Funnyman (formerly America’s $1 Funnyman). Read Liam Finn in MAGNET on how Hamburger led
Happy birthday Clem Burke (Blondie). International swinger. Read our review of the essential most recent Blondie album: Essential New Music:
Happy birthday John Squire (Stone Roses, Seahorses). Time changes everything. Watch our MAGNET television episode with Andy Bell (Ride, Oasis),
Happy birthday Pete Best (Beatles). John, Paul, George and Ringo are great, but you are the Best! Read Doug Gillard
The Day The Music Died, 11/24/91: Freddie Mercury (Queen) and Eric Carr (Kiss), R.I.P. Two rock ’n’ roll legends died
Happy birthday Alison Mosshart (Kills, Dead Weather). Kissy kissy, Baby Ruthless. Cover photo for MAGNET by James Elliot Bailey. Read
50 years ago today, Cat Stevens released Tea For The Tillerman. But just remember there's a lot of bad everywhere.
Happy birthday Bruce Hornsby. The show goes on. Watch our brand-new episode of MAGNET television with Bruce: MAGNET Television: Q&A