Jefferson Starship

This Week in Music History
March 19th, 1974 – Jefferson Airplane re-named the group and became Jefferson Starship. The new line-up included Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, drummer Johnny Barbata, David Freiberg, Peter Kaukonen, Cragi Chaquico and Papa John Creach.
This Week in Music History
March 15th, 1967 -  George Harrison records his first session for his new song ‘Within You Without You’ at Abbey Road. George played the swarmandal and tamboura on this track, and was the only one from the band to perform on this song, which at the time of recording was ju…
This Weekend in Music History
May 10th, 1963 - Bob Dylan walked off the set during rehearsal of The Ed Sullivan Show after being told he couldn't perform his song 'Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues'. The producers had decided this due to the song's mocking of the US military and segregation, and asked Dylan t…
This Day In Music History
May 12th
1962 - The Temptations make the charts with their first notable single "Dream Come True." It was written by Berry Gordy Jr. the founder of Motown.
This Day In Music History
January 13th
1964 - The Beatles release their breakthrough single "I Want to Hold Your Hand" in the United States. Bob Dylan mishears the middle eight as "I get high, I get high, I get high."