It was this week in 1981, after leaving Black Sabbath; Ozzy Osbourne releases his first solo album, "Blizzard Of Ozz". Eventually the collection would make it up to #21 on the U.S. music charts and sell over four million copies.
This week in 1966, Buffalo Springfield the band that introduced us to Neil Young, and Stephen Stills performed for the first time in public when they opened in San Bernardino, California for The Byrds featuring David Crosby.
This week in 1970, guitarist Peter Green part of the original line-up of Fleetwood Mac decides to quit the group to follow his religious beliefs. Because Fleetwood Mac had become so successful and making lots of money he asked the band to donate most of their earnings to charity.
April 10,1962, Stu Sutcliffe(wearing sunglasses) — The Beatles' original bass player — died of a brain hemorrhage at the age of 22. Stu had quit the group several months earlier, suffering from chronic headaches.
This week in 1979, Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock & Roll" hit the charts and would make it up to #28. The song came back on the scene in 1983, when it was featured in the movie "Risky Business", starring Tom Cruise.
One of my favorite music artist Ronnie Lane would have been 68 years old today. Ronnie died in June of 1997 from multiple sclerosis. Ronnie came on the scene with the band Small Faces. Ronnie Lane along with Steve Marriott co-founded the Small Faces. Marriott would leave the band to start Humble Pie. Ronnie would change the name of group to The Faces
This week in 1977, The Eagles “Hotel California” album hit #1 on the charts and would hold that position for eight weeks. At last count it’s sold over 20 million copies worldwide. This was the fifth album from The Eagles and would solidify their rock stardom.
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