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April 1, 1984: Marvin Gaye was shot and killed at his home in Los Angeles by his father after a heated family argument. Gaye had just received a Grammy for his hit, "Sexual Healing", his first Top 40 single in over 5 years. Remarkably, Gaye's father received only a six-year suspended sentence and five years […]

April 1, 1945: Happy Birthday to drummer Jim Barbata of The Turtles and CSNY! The Turtles 1968 She´d rather be with me, Happy together, She´s my girl The turtles 1968 tyhanks to mickstadium Article reposted from

April 1, 2008: The State of Illinois declared that April 1st of every year would officially be known as Cheap Trick Day. The band is from the town of Rockford, Illinois. Cheap Trick – Ain’t That a Shame (Live 1980) AMA Article reposted from

April 1, 1970: The final Beatles’ recording session ever takes place at the Abbey Road Studios in London. Ringo is the only Beatle present as he overdubs percussion tracks for “The Long and Winding Road”, “Across The Universe” and “I Me Mine.” I Me Mine (Remastered 2009) Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I […]

April 1, 1946: Remembering the late, great Ronnie Lane, bassist for Small Faces and The Faces, on what would have been his 73rd Birthday. The Small Faces – Song Of A Baker – “Colour Me Pop” (1968) "Color Me Pop" (1968) Article reposted from

March 28, 1964: Jan & Dean’s single “Dead Man’s Curve”/”New Girl in School” entered the US chart. It would rise to #8, giving the duo their fourth Top Ten hit single. Jan & Dean – Dead Man’s Curve written by Jan Berry and Roger Christian. 1963. LYRICS: I was cruisin' in my Stingray late one […]

March 29, 1978: David Bowie kicked off the “Low/Heroes World Tour” at the San Diego Sports Arena in California. Bowie would perform 78 shows throughout North America, Europe and Australia before winding up the tour at the Nippon Budokan in Japan on December 12, 1978. David Bowie • “Heroes” • Live at Earls Court • […]

March 29, 1974: Mott The Hoople released their eighth album, "The Hoople." It would peak at #11 on the UK Albums Chart and go to #28 on the US charts. This would be the group's last album; singer/songwriter Ian Hunter would leave for a solo career by the end of 1974, while the remaining members […]

Ian Hunter of Mott The Hoople; 1973. Article reposted from

Less than two years since the release of “The Missing Peace” — the first L.A. GUNS album since 2002’s “Waking The Dead” to feature founding guitarist Tracii Guns and vocalist Phil Lewis — the group will issue a follow-up effort, “The Devil You Know”, on March 29 via Frontiers Music Srl. The official music video for “The Devil You Know” title track can be seen below. Sonically, “The Devil You […]

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