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Happy New Year! George Harrison Ding Dong, Ding Dong 1974 Article reposted from

December 31, 1973: AC/DC made their live debut at the Chequers Club in Sydney, Australia. The lineup of the band was Malcolm and Angus Young, bassist Larry Van Kriedt, vocalist Dave Evans, and Colin Burgess on drums. Evans would be replaced by Bon Scott the following year, while Cliff Williams would join the band in […]

December 31, 1942: Happy Birthday to guitarist Andy Summers of The Police!

December 31, 1943: Remembering the late Pete Quaife, the original bassist for The Kinks, on what would have been his 75th Birthday. the kinks all day and all of the night Article reposted from

December 31, 1970: Having quit the band in April, Paul McCartney filed a suit against the rest of The Beatles to dissolve their partnership. According to the court documents, McCartney's main reason for wanting to legally break up the group stemmed from the decision taken by the others to to appoint Rolling Stones manager Allan […]

December 31, 1966: The Monkees started a 7-week run at #1 on the US singles charts with the Neil Diamond song “I’m A Believer”. It was the group’s second single to top the charts; it also went to #1 in the UK in early 1967. The Monkees- I’m a Believer (music video) Article reposted from […]

December 28, 1950: Remembering the late great singer/songwriter/producer Alex Chilton of The Box Tops and Big Star on what would have been his 68th Birthday. The Box Tops – Soul Deep Article reposted from

December 28, 1968: The three day "1968 Pop and Underground Festival" kicked off at the Gulfstream Race Track in Hallandale Beach, outside of Miami, Florida. Artists that appeared at the three day festival included Chuck Berry, Joni Mitchell, Marvin Gaye, Fleetwood Mac, Procol Harum, The McCoys, Pacific Gas & Ekectric, The Box Tops, Steppenwolf, Iron […]

December 28, 1968: The Doors released “Touch Me” as a single. It went on to peak at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, giving the band their third and final Top Ten record. The Doors – Touch me (LIVE) Article reposted from

December 28, 1983: An inebriated Dennis Wilson, drummer for The Beach Boys, accidently drowned after jumping over board from a friend's yacht at Marina Del Ray Harbor in Los Angeles. Special permission was granted by President Ronald Reagan to have a burial at sea, which is usually only allowed for deceased Navy personnel. Dennis was […]

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