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November 26, 2021

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November 25, 1971: Ray Manzarek, Robbie Krieger and John Densmore announced that The Doors would carry on despite singer Jim Morrison’s death earlier in the year. They would release two more albums, “Other Voices” and “Full Circle” before finally disbanding in 1973. Read more at I Love It Loud!

THIS WEEKS SHOW IS ALL NEW🤘🤘 On this weeks show the guys welcome back Red Voodoo lead vocalist Dino McCord to the revival. Jerry talks to Dino about their latest album, new single KSA, and all the incredible things that have happened for the band in 2021. RMR can be found on these great affiliates: […]

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November 25, 1969: Four years after he received it, John Lennon returned his MBE medal to Buckingham Palace. In an accompanying letter to the Queen, Lennon said that he was protesting the U.K.’s involvement in foreign military conflicts in the Nigeria Biafra war and Vietnam, along with the fact that his single “Cold Turkey” was […]

November 25, 1966: The Jimi Hendrix Experience played their first UK show at the Bag O’Nails club in London. The club was a hotspot for “Swinging London” and was a hang out for most English pop stars. Members of The Who, Yardbirds and the Beatles all saw the Experience’s debut. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – […]

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November 24, 1978: The Clash released “Tommy Gun” as the first single off of their second album, “Give ‘Em Enough Rope.” It would peak at #19 on the UK singles chart. Read more at I Love It Loud!

November 24, 1991: One day after making the announcement that he was HIV positive, singer Freddie Mercury of Queen died of complications from AIDS. Freddie was 45 years old. Read more at I Love It Loud!


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