Seminole Hard Rock Music Minute: The Beatles, Aerosmith, Whitesnake and more

During this week's episodes of AXS TV’s Seminole Hard Rock Music Minute, we remember the end of an era and celebrate some upcoming festivals and shows. 

On April 10, 49 years ago in 1970, Paul McCartney publicly announced the break-up of The Beatles. John Lennon announced to the group privately he would be parting ways in September 1969, but the group made it official publicly in April of the following year, thus bringing an end to the beloved group. 

Related — 7 best Beatles cover songs

In 1975, on April 8, Aerosmith released their 3rd studio album, Toys in the Attic, which featured their vibrant hit "Sweet Emotion." The album sold 8 million copies in the US alone. 

In festival news, Tortuga Music Festival will be bringing the best of country music to the beautiful beaches of Ft. Lauderdale, April 12-14. This year's festival features headliners Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney and Thomas Rhett playing alongside many other talented artists. 

Classic rockers Whitesnake will be hitting the road this week for a tour in support of their upcoming album, Flesh & Blood, releasing on May 10. The Flesh & Blood World Tour will be making a stop at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL on April 25.