“Our most heartfelt thanks go out to family, friends, musicians, writers and fans from around the globe for the incredible outpouring of love and respect for Neil since his passing,” they wrote in a pair of tweets. “These touching tributes help to lessen the pain of this terrible loss and remind us all to celebrate his remarkable life and our connections to it.
– Geddy & Alex.”
Blue Oyster Cult released their self-titled debut album on January 16, 1972.
New York has produced its first authentic boogie beast, and with any luck this one should be around for awhile — I don’t think you should miss this album.Lester Bangs, Rolling Stone Magazine
That Little Ol’ Band from Texas released their debut album on January 16, 1971. The record is produced by the legendary Bill Ham and is recorded in Tyler, Texas.
Now legendary producer Jon Landau wasn’t a fan of the psychedelic movement of the late 60’s and Detroit’s MC% was ready and willing to rock n’ roll. Released on January 15, 1970, Back in The USA is #44 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Captain Beefheart, Don Van Vliet ~ b. January 15, 1941
Take your time – don’t live too fast. Troubles will come, and they will pass …Ronnie Van Zant/Gary Rossington, Simple Man
b. January 15, 1948