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Old 08-16-2004, 07:49 PM   #151
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Now where were we?

Oh, yeah. . . .

On this day in 1962, August 16, Pete best was fired as the Beatles's drummer and replaced by one Richard Starkey, better known today as Ringo Starr. So how did John, Paul and George break the news to Pete? They didn't; they made Brian Epstein do their dirty work for him!
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Old 08-16-2004, 08:12 PM   #152
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today a female artist celebrates her birthday

one of the most controversial celebraties of our time
she is beloved by many and hated by many also
her last album didn't sell very well but she is still famous
she is outspoken about her children
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY KATHIE LEE GIFFORD!!!
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Old 08-16-2004, 08:18 PM   #153
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Also, on this day in 1968, August 16, the Beatles began recording George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."
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Default 7 years ago today --> August 18

1997 - The Rolling Stones launched their Bridges to Babylon album/tour package with a news conference -- and a full production number -- under the Brooklyn Bridge. Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood and Keith Richards cruised in from Manhattan in a cherry-red 1955 Cadillac convertible with a police escort leading the way.
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Old 08-21-2004, 03:01 PM   #155
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One hundred years ago today, August 21, 1904, Count Basie was born in Red Bank, N.J.
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Old 08-23-2004, 09:20 PM   #156
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On this day in history, August 23, Who drummer Keith Moon was born.

Also, on this day in 1960, Broadway composer Oscar Hammerstein II died in Doylestown, Pa.
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On this date in music history, August 24:

1968 - Family played their first Hyde Park concert in London. (They would open for the Rolling Stones at their Hyde park gig a year later.)

1972 - Neil Diamond performed at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, and recorded his show for a live album. Because the concert was on an August evening, and because Diamond's song "Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show" (which he performed at this concert) began with the line "Hot August night. . .", the album was called. . . Hot August Night.



Critics - even those who don't like Neil Diamond much (i.e., most of them) - agree that Hot August Night is one of the better live albums of the early seventies.
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on this day in 2001, Aaliyah passed away in a plane crash in the Carribean
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Cool August 25, 1970 - Elton John takes America by storm!

On this day in 1970, August 25, Elton John played his first American show at the Troubadour Club in Los Angeles. His gig wasn't going well at first; after a couple of ballads, the clubgoers were talking to each other over their drinks and treating Elton's music like background noise. Then as Elton started performing "Burn Down the Mission," his temper snapped and he yelled, "Right! If you won't listen, you'll bloody well listen to this." He kicked away his piano stool and started banging on the piano like Jerry Lee Lewis.

Elton got the audience's attention. He gave a fiery performance of "Burn Down the Mission" that had the normally reserved Troubadour patrons applauding and cheering and yelling for more. Elton gave them more - and performed the show of his life. His new album flew off the racks in California's record stores as a result. Los Angeles Times rock critic Robert Hilburn proclaimed Elton the "New Messiah."

A star was born.
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Unhappy Going back to August 25th 2002

I forgot to go back to yesterday since my internet was not working. It was on that date, August 25th 2002. Don K. Reed did his final show on CBS-FM as Don played the traditional 50's music on the "Doo-Wop Shop", a show features a whole bunch of 50's doo-wop harmonies like the Moonglows, the Flamingos, Dion & the Belmonts, the Chantels, the Harptones and a whole lot more including phone calls from the group talk about the memories of the show and ended the show with Don wishes thank yous and goodbyes and played the very last record after 26 years was "Memories of Days Gone By" by the Five Satins. The "Doo-Wop Shop" on CBS-FM was over. And it was a very sad one.
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On this day in 1970, August 26, the third annual - and final - Isle of Wight festival commenced in England.
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Unhappy August 27, 1967 - Brian Epstein dies

I almost forgot this one. . .

Thirty-seven years ago yesterday - August 27 - Beatles manager Brian Epstein was found dead in his house from an overdose of sleeping pills.
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Cool 8/28/70 - Family at IOW!

The third Isle of Wight festival included performances from Jimi Hendrix (his last) the Doors (Jim Morrison's last U.K. appearance), Joni Mitchell, Rory Gallagher's band Taste, and. . . Family.

On this day in 1970, August 28, Family played their stint at the '70 Isle Of Wight festival and offered a nasty, violent, ferocious version of their death-rock song "The Weaver's Answer" that brought the house down. . .or would have if the concert had been held indoors!

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Before he was Wacko Jacko, before sleeping in hyperbaric chambers and owning a monkey named Bubbles, before living in an amusement park and wanting the elephant man's bones, before alledgely molesting children and dangling babies, before his skin turned blank, he was born Michael Jackson, 46 years ago today in Gary Indiana. Happy birthday, weirdo.
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