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June 17, 1967: “Carrie Ann” by The Hollies is released in the US, where it will reach #9 on the Billboard Hot 100, giving the group their third Top Ten US single. The record peaked at #3 in the UK. The Hollies – Carrie Anne (Live 1968) The Hollies in Split, Croatia in 1968 performing […]

June 17, 1958: Happy Birthday to Jello Biafra, former lead singer for Dead Kennedys! Dead Kennedys – Police Truck – (Live at DMPOs on Broadway, SF, USA, 1984) Subscribe to Cherry Red Records: DEAD KENNEDYS – (1984, DMPOs on Broadway, SF, USA) 01 Police Truck This Dead Kennedys performance … Article reposted from

June 17, 1965: The Kinks and the Moody Blues both made their US concert debut with a concert at the Academy of Music in New York City. The Moody Blues : “Go Now” : Live : 1965 Disclaimer: I do not own this show nor do I claim it's mine in any form. All copyrights […]

June 17, 1967: It's Day 2 of the Monterey International Pop Festival! On the bill today are Canned Heat, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Country Joe and The Fish, Al Kooper, The Butterfield Blues Band, The Electric Flag, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Steve Miller Band, Moby Grape, Hugh Masekela, The Byrds, Laura Nyro, Jefferson Airplane, […]

June 13, 1979: The Cars released their second album, “Candy-O”. It went on to peak at #3 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart and sell four million copies in the US alone. Article reposted from

June 13, 1964: The Rolling Stones made their first major U.S. television appearance on ABC’s "Hollywood Palace". The show’s host, a snarky Dean Martin, mocked the Stones for their long hair, implying that they were juvenile delinquents. After acrobat Larry Griswold performed some death-defying stunts, Martin said “That’s the father of the Rolling Stones. He’s […]

June 14, 2016: Henry McCullough, who played guitar for Paul McCartney’s band, Wings, passed away after a long illness. He joined Wings in 1971 and was featured on “Hi, Hi, Hi”, “Live and Let Die” and “My Love” before leaving the group in 1973. He was 72 years old. Paul McCartney and Wings – Hi […]

June 14, 1964: After missing the first 10 days of The Beatles' world tour because of tonsillitis, Ringo rejoins the band in Melbourne, Australia. Session drummer Jimmy Nicol had filled in for Ringo while he was ill; they paid him £2,500 per gig with a £2,500 signing bonus. At the Melbourne airport, Epstein presented Nicol […]

June 14, 1965: Capitol Records released "Beatles VI" in the US. It was the ninth Beatles' LP to be released in the States in a year and a half. Like all Beatles records at the time, this was a hybrid album, made up of their UK releases; "Beatles VI" consisted of six tracks from "Beatles […]

June 10, 1966: The Beatles released the “Paperback Writer”/“Rain” single in the UK; it had already been released on May 31 in the US. It would peak at #1 in both countries. The Beatles – Rain Official site: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: https://twit… Article reposted from

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