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Old 08-15-2017, 07:50 PM   #496
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51years ago today, August 15, 1965 the Beatles played Shea Stadium in their most famous concert with 59,000 people in attendance.

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Fifty years ago yesterday (August 27, 1967), Beatles manager Brian Epstein died of an accidental drug overdose.
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Fifty-five years ago yesterday ,September 4, 1962, the Beatles had their first proper recording session for Parlophone/EMI. They taped "Love Me Do" with Ringo Starr on drums and also Mitch Murray's "How Do You Do It," both as possible songs for their debut single. "Love Me Do" made the cut, and "How Do You Do It" was recorded and released by their friends Gerry Marsden and the Pacemakers.
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Yesterday (September 18) in 1970: Jimi Hendrix died in London, England at the age of 27.
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Also on the 18th of September in 1970, on the same day of the death of Jimi Hendrix, rock and roll history was made with the release of the 'Paranoid' album by Black Sabbath, the official beginning of heavy metal, according to many (unless one considers the release of their debut album earlier that February).

Of course, there have been many other bands which have laid claim to the designation of being the first heavy metal band (i.e., Led Zeppelin, Blue Cheer, Mountain, Deep Purple), but none had such an impact with apocalyptic lyrics and doom-laden guitar riffs.

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Forty-four years ago today, September 20, 1973, singer-songwriter Jim Croce performed what was to be the penultimate concert of what he vowed would be his last tour, at Northwestern State University's Prather Coliseum in Natchitoches, Louisiana. After the show, he and his entourage boarded a plane at the local airport to fly to Sherman, Texas, for his last scheduled show at a concert at Austin College. The plane crashed after hitting a tree while trying to take off, killing Croce and everyone else on board. He was 30 years old.

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Thirty-seven years ago today, September 25, 1980, Led Zeppelin's John Bonham died.

The parallels between him and Keith Moon and John Bonham are like a Lincoln-Kennedy coincidence. Both were drummers, both played in four-piece British rock bands, both bands had lead singers with names beginning with the letter R, both drummers died of substance abuse, and both died on a Thursday in September.

The one difference? Unlike the Who, Led Zeppelin had the good sense to call it quits when their drummer died. Throughout October and November 1980, rumors spread that Peter Criss, who had just left Kiss, and Cozy Powell, who had just left Rainbow, were in the running to become Zep's new drummer. (Powell's replacement in Rainbow, Bobby Rondinelli, was almost Criss's replacement in Kiss.) But Led Zeppelin ultimately decided to break up. No Bonham, no Led Zeppelin.
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Five years ago today, October 3, 2012, numerous artists held the "Love For Levon" concert in New Jersey to pay tribute to the Band's Levon Helm, who had died earlier that year. Because Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey later that month, however, the Helm tribute concert was completely forgotten in the wake of the Sandy benefit concert held that December.

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1966, Filming began on The Monkees first TV series. The Monkees' first single, 'Last Train to Clarksville' was released in August 1966, just weeks prior to the TV broadcast debut. In conjunction with the first broadcast of the television show on September 12, 1966 on the NBC television network, NBC and Columbia had a major hit on their hands.
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On this day in 1970, June 9, Bob Dylan received an honorary Doctorate in Music from Princeton University in New Jersey. Cicadas, appearing after a seventeen-year hibernation period and disrupting the ceremony at Princeton, inspired the Dylan song "Day Of the Locusts" on his New Morning album.
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It was on this day 20 years ago that my late beautiful precious Steve Sanders of the Oak Ridge Boys went forward, if only I had discovered him sooner, I love him SO much!!! This was the first song led by him to go to radio and it went to #1 almost 30 years ago.

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On this day in 1865, June 10, Richard Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde" premiered in Munich, Germany.
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1995, Alanis Morissette released her studio album, Jagged Little Pill. The album went on to sell over 30 million copies world-wide, and made Morissette the first female Canadian to score a US No.1 album. 'Jagged Little Pill' featured the massive hits, 'You Oughta Know', 'Hand in My Pocket', 'Ironic', and 'You Learn'.
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On this day in 1976, June 23, Paul McCartney and Wings played the last concert of their Wings Over America tour at the Forum in Los Angeles. It was the last time Paul would play in the United States until 1989.
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1966, The Beatles had their tenth consecutive UK No.1 single with 'Paperback Writer' / 'Rain.' The track is marked by the boosted bass guitar sound throughout, partly in response to John Lennon demanding to know why the bass on a certain Wilson Pickett record far exceeded the bass on any Beatles records. It was also cut louder than any other Beatles record, due to a new piece of equipment used in the mastering process
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