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June 2, 1941: Happy Birthday to the great Charlie Watts, drummer for The Rolling Stones! The Rolling Stones. Little Queenie (Complete) live 1969 Originally an outtake clip this was missing sections of video with audio only. This clip has video added in to complete the song. Article reposted from

June 2, 1956: For the first time in the history of Billboard's record charts, the same five songs appear in both the Pop and R&B Top Ten. They were: Elvis Presley's "Heartbreak Hotel" (#1 Pop, #6 R&B), Carl Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes" (#4 Pop, #3 R&B), Little Richard's "Long Tall Sally" (#9 Pop, #1 R&B), […]

June 2, 1978: After a three-year gap since his breakthrough release, “Born To Run”, brought on by contractual obligations and legal battles with his former manager, Bruce Springsteen released his fourth album, “Darkness On The Edge Of Town.” It would peak at #5 on the US charts. Bruce Springsteen – Badlands (Live) (1978) The Best […]

June 2, 2008: The great Bo Diddley of heart failure at his home in Archer, Florida. He was 78 years old. BO DIDDLEY 1965 Bo Diddley Article reposted from

June 2, 1976: During their “Wings Over America” Tour, Wings set a new world record when they performed in front of 67,100 fans at the Kingdome in Seattle, Washington. It was, at the time, the largest attendance for an indoor crowd. Wings Over Seattle Part 1 MPL's (mostly) concert film about Wings's concert at Seattle's […]

May 30, 1964: Having already been released in the UK in April by Decca, London Records released The Rolling Stones’ debut album in the US under the title “England’s Newest Hit Makers”. It would peak at #11 on the US charts. Rolling Stones – Tell me 08-05-1964 – Video Dailymotion Red Skeleton Hour 08-05-1964. Article […]

May 30, 1973: George Harrison released his second post-Beatles album, “Living In The Material World.” It would top the US charts, giving Harrison his second #1 album; it would peak at #2 in the UK. George Harrison Living In The Material World George Harrison's fifth solo album release. Personnel : George – Vocals, guitar Ringo […]

May 30, 1955: Happy Birthday to drummer Topper Headon of The Clash! The Clash – Tommy Gun (Official Video) The Clash – Tommy Gun (Official Video). Listen On Spotify – Listen On Apple Music – Amaz… Article reposted from

May 30, 1968: Having returned from their retreat in India with dozens of new songs, The Beatles began recording what would become the “White Album” at the Abbey Road studios in London. The first song to be worked on was John Lennon’s “Revolution”. Revolution 1 (Take 18) Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Revolution […]

May 30, 1983: Day Three of The US Festival in San Bernardino, California! Today is “Rock Day” with Los Lobos, Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul, Berlin, Quarterflash, Missing Persons, The Pretenders, Joe Walsh, Stevie Nicks, U2 and David Bowie. Article reposted from

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