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Old 11-28-2004, 04:59 PM   #226
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Unhappy John Lennon - live for the last time

Thirty years ago today, November 28, 1974, John Lennon joined Elton John onstage during an Elton concert at New York's Madison Square Garden, keeping a promise to appear with Elton after his and Elton's song "Whatever Gets You Through the Night" topped the Billboard singles charts. The pair played that song, "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, and "I Saw Her Standing There."

It was John Lennon's last concert performance.
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On this day in 1958, December 1, the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Flower Drum Song opened on Broadway.
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On this day in music history, December 3:

1960: The musical "Camelot" opened on Broadway.

1979: Eleven people died in the infamous trampling incident at the Who's concert at the Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati.
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Old 12-06-2004, 08:26 PM   #229
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On this day thirty-five years ago, December 6, 1969, the Rolling Stones played their disastrous concert at California's Altamont Speedway, in which four people were killed, one stabbed by a Hell's Angel on security duty.
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Unhappy To AKA: 34 Years Ago Today.

It was on this date, December 8th 1980:

John Lennon was killed by murderer Mark David Chapman at the Dakota home near Central Park in Manhattan. Fans were shock about his death of a legendary Beatle. On the radio, WABC was on the air with this bulletin. Click here to listen.

As a added bonus, click here to hear Howard Cosell's announcing the death of John Lennon in which ABC News broke the story during the "Monday Night Football" telecast.

RIP: John Lennon (1940-80)
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Angry Mark David Loser.

May he never get out and never receive a penny for "I Shot John Lennon" bios and NEVER get appearances on the 700 Club.
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Unhappy December 8, 1984

On this date in 1984, while making a beer run, Motley Crue vocalist Vince Neil caused a high-speed multiple-car collision in Los Angeles which not only killed his passenger, drummer for Finnish glam band Hanoi Rocks Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley, but seriously injured passengers of two other vehicles. The tragic event not only broke up Hanoi Rocks as they were making serious headway into popularity in America, but gave Neil a jail sentence of only several months--after which time he was released due to "good behavior" and on the condition he perform community service and make an anti-drug video. The reverse of the sentence was widely criticized as being too lenient for a rock star convicted of vehicular homicide.
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Old 12-08-2004, 11:22 PM   #233
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Red face 12/7/71 - Smoke On the Water (and Fire in the Sky)

Thrity-three years ago yesterday - December 7, 1971 - members of Deep Purple attended a Frank Zappa concert at the Montreux gambling casino on the Lake Geneva shoreline while recording the Machine Head album there with a mobile studio. Then, some stupid person with a flare gun - probably British shock rocker Arthur "I AM THE GOD OF HELLFIRE!" Brown - fired a flare at the bamboo roof, causing a major fire that burned the complex to the ground. Deep Purple escaped the pandemonium, retreated to an empty summer hotel nearby, and finished their album there - which included a song about their experiences in Montreux, Switzerland - "Smoke On the Water."


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Talking 12/9/57 - One of the worst days in rock?

This day, December 9, is considered by Spin magazine to be the anniversary of one of the worst events in rock and roll. Here's how the magazine explained it years ago:

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December 9, 1957 - Donny Osmond is born and his parents decide not to drown him.
Hey, one bad apple don't spoil the whole bunch!
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Unhappy History made tonight.

Tonight, reports are coming out of Columbus, Ohio, that a gunman
jumped onstage at a DamagePlan show and shot and killed guitarist Dimebag Darrell, former guitar player for Pantera, along with killing three members of the audience and another member of DamagePlan. The gunman is now dead. Details forthcoming.

THIS IS THE SADDEST DAY IN ROCK AND ROLL. TOO MANY PEOPLE ARE DYING ON THIS DAY.

Dimebag Darrell was one of the nice guys in rock and roll, a kind of a partying type of guy, who played great guitar with such energy. He had just started DamagePlan with his brother former Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul, and former members of Rob Halford's solo band Halford. This is the biggest tragedy so far this year.

It is SO not fair. Dimebag's playing was so awesome.
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Unhappy December 9th 1980

It was on this date, December 9th, 1980 (Listen to this AKA):

Dan Ingram was doing a show on WABC on a Tuesday morning when the news came out of the city that John Lennon was dead. You can listen to it AKA, you'll love it!

Dan Ingram on a Day after John Lennon Died

Here is another one while Dan Ingram was on his show on his passing.

Dan Ingram's John Lennon Remembrance

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On this date in 1928, December 13, George Gershwin's musical work "An American In Paris" debuted at New York's Carnegie Hall.
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Unhappy 12/15/44 - Glenn Miller lost

Sixty years ago today, December 15, 1944, bandleader Glenn Miller boarded an airplane in England and flew off to Paris over the English Channel. His plane never made it to France; he was never heard from again.
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Cool "The greatest composer who ever lived. . . ."

On this day in 1770, December 16, Ludwig von Beethoven was born near Bonn, Germany.

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Damn, I almost forgt this!

It was on this past Saturday's date (December 18) in 1892 that Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker Suite first premiered in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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