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Remembering The Police And Their First Tour Of America [Video]

October 20,1978, The Police made their debut in the United States at the famous C.B.G.B.S, New York City. After that gig in The Big Apple the band would eventually make it to Detroit. Sting says the first time they performed in the Motor City it was at Bookie’s night club where they entertained three people and one was the booking agent.

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Donovan Appears On American TV For The First Time

September 30,1965, Donovan made his US television debut on Shindig. I don’t remember seeing Donovan on Shindig but I did have the honor of meeting him backstage at The Royal Oak Music Theater in 1986. I was really struck by what a friendly and humble guy he was considering his rock icon status.

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Bipartisan Legislation Would Protect Royalty Rights Of Elderly Artists.
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Happy Birthday Mark Farner [VIDEO]

Grand Funk Railroad guitarist, lead singer and songwriter Mark Farner is Pure Michigan all the way. Mark was born in Flint, on September 29,1948. As a kid in school he dreamed about being a football star but then a knee injury put that on the shelf. Mark’s mother planted the musical seed with her son when she rented him a guitar and bought six lessons.

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John Bonham Joins Heaven’s Rhythm Section [Video]

On September 25, 1980, drummers and rock music lovers around the world were shocked to hear the news that John(Bonzo)Bonham of Led Zeppelin had died. He was found dead in his bed after a drinking binge. Bonzo was a unique one of a kind drummer. Many a drummer around the world would just sit there and wonder how John could do the things he did with that drum kit.

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Hard To Believe It’s Been 29 Years Since The First Farm Aid

It was today September 22, 1985 in Champaign, Illinois, that the first Farm Aid happened. Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson, and Bob Dylan with Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers where there to kick off the now famous yearly concert to help out the family farms across America.

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Jimi Hendrix Gone But Never Forgotten

It happened today September 18,1970 at Saint Mary Abbot's Hospital in London Jimi Hendrix was dead on arrival at the age of 27 after choking on his own vomit. Those familiar with incident say that if Jimi had been put into an upright position in the ambulance rather than on his back, he wouldn’t have suffocated on his own vomit.

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The Doors Disobey Ed Sullivan

It was a Sunday night on September 17, 1967, and I remember tuning into to watch The Ed Sullivan Show and see The Doors performing Light My Fire and People Are Strange. This would be the last time they would be on the show.

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Remembering The TV Show Shindig

It was on September 16,1964 the hit music show Shindig premieres on ABC-TV. If you were an artist with hit record you probably where on Shindig.On the first show of Shindig‘s second season, The Rolling Stones performed their #1 tune (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.

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A Big Day In The Beatle’s History Book

August 22nd was quite the busy day for the The Beatles. In 1962, the first TV appearance of The Beatles was recorded at The Cavern Club in Liverpool during a lunchtime gig.

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B.T.O. Calls It Quits Today In 1977

August 13, 1977, was a sad day for Canadian rockers they were shocked to hear the news that Bachman-Turner Overdrive were breaking up. The band with its roots originating when Randy Bachman started the group after he left The Guess Who.

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It Was 23 Years Ago Metallica Unleashes The Black Album

On this day in 1991, Metallica released their ‘Black Album’. The collection of tunes was the bands fifth studio album. Since it came on the market it’s sold at least 16 million copies here in the U.S.A .and over 25 million copies worldwide.

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The Beatles Hit The Street 45 Years Ago

The photo shoot for one of the most well known album covers took place today August 8, 1969 in London. Scottish photographer Iain McMillan, positioned himself on a step ladder in the middle of the street called Abbey Road and shot six pictures of The Beatles during the ten minute session.

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