Daily Archives: September 21, 2017

Thursday TV: ‘Monterey Pop’ and More

Some great rock ’n’ roll concert films and documentaries back-to-back and commercial-free on Turner Classic Movies with the classic “Monterey Pop” (8 p.m.), 50 years after the event that helped kickstart careers for Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Otis Redding, with some great performances by the Who and Ravi Shankar. It’s followed by the Bob […]

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Screams at the Yoko Tribute Concert

Aside from her considerable career as a conceptual artist, Yoko Ono may also be the most polarizing figure in rock. She still carries a lot of unfair blame for being a convenient target as the Beatles were breaking up, and may have showed up on too many Lennon solo albums for purists. At the same […]

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