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5th Dec 1967, This was the final night of a 16-date UK package tour with Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Move, The Nice, The Outer Limits, The Erie Apparent and Amen Corner at Green’s Playhouse, Glasgow. AllSee More performances had two shows per night, in this case at 6.15pm, with the second at 8.45pm. Jimi […]

16 Nov 1974, John Lennon was at No.1 in the US singles chart with ‘Whatever Gets You Through The Night.’ Elton John played on the session and made a deal with Lennon that if the song reached No.1, Lennon wouldSee More have to appear on stage live with Elton. Lennon kept his side of the […]

14 Nov 1967, Pink Floyd were added to a 16-date UK tour with Jimi Hendrix, The Move, The Nice, Amen Corner, The Outer Limits and The Eire Apparent. It kicked off at the Royal Albert Hall, London. The headliningSee More Hendrix was allotted exactly 40 minutes; The Move, who preceded him onstage, had just half […]

11 Nov 1983, Mick Jagger appeared on the UK TV show The Tube to defend the video to The Rolling Stones latest single ‘Undercover Of The Night’ which had been banned by the Independent Broadcasting Authority.See More The Tube aired the video, minus the scene where Mick was shot through the head. The single peaked […]

I Discovered A Star…”New Killer Star” on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, recorded 11 Sept 2003 #DavidBowie #Stargirl <3 <3 <3 Read the full article at The Day InMusic!:

RATT’s STEPHEN PEARCY Releases New Solo Song ‘Night Flight’ RATT’s STEPHEN PEARCY Releases New Solo Song ‘Night Flight’ Read the full article at Blabbermouth!

20 Oct 1960, Roy Orbison had his first UK No.1 single with ‘Only The Lonely’ and his first of 33 hits. The song was turned down by The Everly Brothers and Elvis Presley so Orbison decided to record the song himself. Roy Orbison – Only the Lonely (Black & White Night 30) Read the […]

MR. BUNGLE Announces ‘The Night They Came Home!’ Virtual Live Concert Experience MR. BUNGLE Announces ‘The Night They Came Home!’ Virtual Live Concert Experience Read the full article at Blabbermouth!

22 Sept 1969, The Band released their self-titled album, which peaked at No.9 on the US chart, and included the tracks; 'Rag Mama Rag', 'Up on Cripple Creek' and 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down'. In 2009, the album was preserved into the National Recording Registry because the album was ‘culturally, historically, or aesthetically […]

11 Sept 1948, born on this day John Martyn, (Iain David McGeachy), singer, songwriter, guitarist, who had the 1973 album 'Solid Air'. Martyn died in hospital on 30th Jan 2009 in Ireland at the age of 60. The folk, blues and funk artist was widely regarded as one of the most soulful and innovative singer-songwriters […]

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