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October 12, 2019

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October 7, 1978: Heart released their fourth album, “Dog & Butterfly.” This was their final album with guitarist Roger Fisher; it went on to peak at #17 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart and sell two million copies in the US. Heart – Straight on (live 1978) Heart's Official Web site: *I do NOT […]

October 7, 1976: After a four year legal battle, John Lennon was awarded his "Green Card", granting him permanent residency status in the US. A circuit court in New York overturned previous efforts by the US Government to deport him. The three judge panel of the US Court of Appeals ruled that his 1968 arrest […]

October 8, 1976: The Sex Pistols are signed to EMI Records. The label would drop them less than 3 months later when they say “shit” and “fuck” during an interview on live TV. They would get to keep the £68,000 signing bonus. Article reposted from

October 8, 1964: The Beatles began recording the song “I Feel Fine” at the Abbey Road studios. Lennon had come up with the riff when they were working on “Eight Days A Week” and told the band he’d go home and write a song around it. They would release it as a single at the […]

October 8, 1948: Remembering the late, great guitarist Johnny Ramone on what would have been his 71st Birthday. Ramones – She’s The One (Official Music Video) You're watching the never-before-seen official music video for Ramones – 'She's The One' from the 1978 album 'Road To Ruin'. ROAD TO RUIN: 40th ANNIVERSARY D… Article reposted from […]

October 4, 1962: The Tornadoes were at #1 on the UK singles chart with the instrumental, “Telstar”. Named after the communication satellite, the song also went to #1 on the US charts; it was the first major hit for a UK act in America. Article reposted from

October 4, 1980: Queen started a three week run at #1 on the US singles chart with “Another One Bites The Dust.” It was the band’s second, and last, single to top the US charts. Article reposted from

October 4, 1974: John Lennon released the single “Whatever Gets You Thru the Night.” The duet with Elton John (who also played piano on the track) would top the US charts and would be Lennon’s only #1 post-Beatles single in his lifetime. 1974 – Whatever Gets You Thru The Night [Original Video].avi Original Promo Video […]

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