1973 is a landmark year in the laurels of rock music history. Although the contemporary top 40 hits of 1973 may be lost in the vaults of time forgotten (does “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree” or “Playground in my Mind” come to mind?), few of us knew at the time we were also experiencing some of the greatest rock music and artists for future generations. The album debut releases by such artists as Queen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Aerosmith along with impactful album releases by established artists (Led Zeppelin, The Who, Pink Floyd and solo work by each former Beatle, et al) set the stage for 1973 as the genesis of what would later be called “Classic Rock”. Join the Timmons Brothers and their in-depth retrospective of 1973 rock music as the benchmark for an integral core of the popular classic rock format in the radio industry.
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