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DISTURBED was the musical guest on last night’s (Thursday, January 10) episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” The band performed several songs — including “Are You Ready” and “A Reason To Fight” — on the show’s outdoor stage in front of a standing-room-only crowd. Check out video footage below. DISTURBED released its seventh studio album, “Evolution”, in October. David Draiman recently revealed that DISTURBED will no longer tour […]

January 11, 1992: Nirvana had the #1 album on the US charts with their second LP, “Nevermind.” They appeared that night on NBC-TV’s Saturday Night, performing the single in the US, “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Territorial Pissings”. Nirvana – Territorial Pissings (SNL/1992) Article reposted from

January 11, 1963: EMI released The Beatles’ second single, “Please Please Me.” That evening they would make their first national television appearance on “Thank Your Lucky Stars”, miming along to the new single. The Beatles – Please Please Me Article reposted from

January 11, 1948: Happy Birthday to Terry Williams, drummer for Rockpile! Dave Edmunds and Rockpile – Crawling From The Wreckage Article reposted from

January 11, 1964: The Whisky a Go Go opened in West Hollywood, California. Considered the first real discotheque in the US, the club would go on to be a launching pad for such acts as The Doors, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Love, Johnny Rivers, Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention, Van Halen and Guns n Roses. […]

January 11, 2003: Percussionist Mickey Finn of T. Rex died from alcohol related liver problems in a London hospital. He was 55 years old. T. Rex – Metal Guru 1972 Article reposted from

January 1, 1977: The Clash played the opening night at the Roxy Club, the first real venue in London dedicated to the new punk scene. Many of the new bands would get their start at the club, including The Lurkers, Generation X, The Adverts and X-Ray Spex. The club would close in April 1977. The […]

January 1, 1950: Happy Birthday to keyboardist Morgan Fisher of Mott The Hoople! MOTT THE HOOPLE – The Golden Age of Rock ‘N’ Roll (1974) IAN HUNTER Article reposted from

January 1, 1966: Simon and Garfunkel started a two week run at #1 on the US singles chart with "The Sound Of Silence." Originally recorded and released as an acoustic song, the record was not getting much airplay; Tom Wilson, the song's producer, would remix the track, overdubbing electric instruments and drums. Simon and Garfunkel […]

January 1, 1962: Having driven all night from Liverpool, The Beatles auditioned for Decca Records in West Hampstead, London. After hearing the recordings, A&R boss at Decca, Dick Rowe decided to reject the band, saying that guitar groups were "on the way out." Instead, Rowe selected Brian Poole and The Tremeloes for a contract with […]

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