Mar. 2, 1950 – Feb. 4, 1983 (age 32) Karen Carpenter was a talented and successful musician who, unfortunately, passed away at the young age of 32. Karen was the lead vocalist for the popular 1970s duo “The Carpenters,” which she formed with her brother Richard. Along with her powerfulContinue Reading

One of the most famous Rock and Roll curses is the Buddy Holly curse. Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper died in a plane crash in 1959. The list of musicians that have met a similar fate, which have a connection to Buddy Holly is remarkable, of course coincidenceContinue Reading

The Station was a small club located at 211 Cowesett Avenue in West Warwick, Rhode Island. On February 20th 2003 the band Great White was headlining and started into their show with a rousing rendition of Desert Moon when pyrotechnics ignited the acoustic foam. After 20 seconds the band stoppedContinue Reading

The Blue Bird Cafe and the Wagon Wheel  Country & Western bar were located In downtown Montreal on Union Street between Ste Catherine and Rene Levesque streets. On the night of September 1st 1972 Three men were thrown out of the club after having problems with the staff on whereContinue Reading