Day: November 5, 2021

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Don Henley and the Eagles released their first-ever chart-topping single today in 1974: When the Eagles Reluctantly Hit No. 1 With ‘Best of My Love’ Read the article at Ultimate Classic Rock: https://www.facebook.com/107710719302307/posts/6464084470331535

5 Nov 1994, Sheryl Crow scored her first UK Top 10 single when ‘All I Wanna Do’ entered the charts at No.4. The US singer songwriter went on to become the first US female to score six UK hits off her debut album Tuesday Night Music Club. https://youtu.be/hgmBaE1cqD4 Sheryl Crow – All I Wanna Do […]

TAWNY KITAEN’s Daughters Were ‘Relieved’ Her Cause Of Death Was ‘Natural’ TAWNY KITAEN’s Daughters Were ‘Relieved’ Her Cause Of Death Was ‘Natural’ Read the full article at Blabbermouth! https://www.facebook.com/233748106643860/posts/5021008521251104

November 5, 1971: Elvis kicked off a 15-date North American tour at the Metropolitan Sports Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the end of the show announcer Al Dvorin uttered the well known phrase, “Elvis has left the building” for the very first time; he was asked to make the announcement in an effort to quiet […]

Jethro Tull have announced their first album since 2003. Here’s the first single: Hear Jethro Tull’s ‘Shoshana Sleeping’ From New ‘Zealot Gene’ LP Read the article at Ultimate Classic Rock: https://www.facebook.com/107710719302307/posts/6469993446407304

November 5, 1966: Eight weeks after the debut of their TV series, The Monkees had the #1 record in the US with their first single, “Last Train To Clarksville.” The song would be featured in seven episodes of the television show, the most for any Monkees song. Read more at I Love It Loud!

5 Nov 1966, The Monkees were at the top of the Billboard singles chart with ‘Last Train To Clarksville’, the group’s first No. 1. Bobby Hart who co-wrote the song got the idea for the lyrics when he turned on the radio and heard the end of The Beatles’ ‘Paperback Writer’. He thought Paul McCartney […]

ACCEPT Postpones European ‘Too Mean To Die’ Until January/February 2023 ACCEPT Postpones European ‘Too Mean To Die’ Until January/February 2023 Read the full article at Blabbermouth! https://www.facebook.com/233748106643860/posts/5020492427969380

November 5, 1977: The manager of the Virgin Record store in Nottingham, England was arrested for displaying a large poster advertising the new album, “Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols.” He was arrested on charges of indecency because of the word “bollocks” on the album’s cover. Many stores across the country refused to […]

November 5, 1963: The British press started to buy into the whole Beatlemania thing. The Daily Mirror extolled the virtues of the Fabs in an editorial, saying, “You have to be a real sour square not to love the nutty, noisy, happy, handsome Beatles. If they don’t sweep your blues away, brother, you’re a lost […]


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