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October 29, 1982: Paul Weller announced that The Jam would be breaking up at the end of the year. The band was easily the most successful of the first wave UK Punk/New Wave bands; they had 18 consecutive Top 40See More singles in the United Kingdom, from their debut in 1977 to their break-up in […]

October 28, 1964: The two-day TAMI (Teen Age Music International) Show begins at the Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California. The show is hosted by Jan and Dean; on the bill are The Rolling Stones, JamesSee More Brown, Chuck Berry, The Beach Boys, The Supremes, Lesley Gore, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Billy J. Kramer and […]

October 28, 1977: Virgin Records released what would be the Sex Pistols’ one and only album, “Never Mind The Bollocks; Here’s the Sex Pistols.” It will go to #1 on the UK charts but only reach #106 in the US. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

October 27, 2013: The brilliant and legendary Lou Reed died at his home in Southampton, New York after receiving a liver transplant. He had suffered with hepatitis and diabetes for several years and had also developed liver cancer, thus prompting the transplant. Reed was 71 years old. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD! […]

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October 26, 1964: The Beach Boys released the single “Dance Dance Dance”. The song marked the first significant musical contribution to a Beach Boys song by guitarist Carl Wilson, who came up with the opening riff. The single will peak at #8 on the US charts. The Beach Boys: Dance Dance Dance (Live) Read the […]

October 26, 2020

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October 25, 1964: The Rolling Stones appeared for the first time on The Ed Sullivan Show. They performed “Around And Around” and “Time Is On My Side.” The screaming audience was so out of control, and thereSee More were so many viewer complaints about the Stones “disgraceful” appearance, that Sullivan declared that they would never […]

October 25, 1975: Sweet hit #25 on the US charts with their third album, “Desolation Boulevard”. It would be the band’s highest charting album in America, and included two Top 40 hits, “Ballroom Blitz” and “Fox On The Run.” Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

October 24, 1963: At the start of their first foreign tour, The Beatles played a short concert at the Karlaplansstudion in Stockholm, Sweden. The show was recorded for Swedish radio and for the Swedish television program “Drop In”; it would be aired a week later. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD!

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