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April 17 – Today In Rock Music History

April 18, 2010

Happy Birthday Bill!

Births

1929 James Last (orchestra leader)
1941 Billy Fury (Halfway to Paradise)
1943 Roy Ralph Estrada (Mothers of Invention)
1946 Bill Kreutzman (Grateful Dead)
1948 Jan Hammer
1955 Pete Shelley (Buzzcocks)
1967 Liz Phair

Deaths

1974 Vince Taylor (Sha-Na-Na)
1983 Felix Papaladi (Mountain)
1998 Linda McCartney

No. 1
1965 Bob Dylan Freewheelin’ UK 45
1971 Motown Chart Busters Vol. 5 UK LP
1971 Three Dog Night: Joy to the World US 45
1976 Vangelis: Chariots of Fire US LP
1993 David Bowie : Black Tie White Noise : UK LP
1993 Various : The Bodyguard (OST) : US LP

Miscellany

1955 Fats Domino’s Ain’t That a Shame released in US
1959 Ricky Nelson’s It’s Late hits UK chart
1960 Eddie Cochran dies and Gene Vincent is seriously injured when their car blows a tyre and crashes on the A4 at Chippenham. (Sharon Sheely was also injured)
1964 Rolling Stones release first LP in UK
1969 The Band make their solo stage debut at the Winterland, San Francisco
1970 McCartney (Macca’s first solo LP) released
1970 Johny Cash performs at The White House
1971 Janis Joplin’s Pearl enters UK LP chart
1971 All four Beatles have solo singles in UKcharts: Paul McCartney: Another Day, Ringo Starr: It Don’t come Baby, John Lennon, Power To The People and George Harrison: My Sweet Lord.
1980 Bob Marley plays at Rhodesia Independence Day celebrations
1982 Yazoo debut on UK chart with Only You

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April 16 – Today In Rock Music History

April 16, 2010

Gerry Rafferty, Baker Street, Gerry Rafferty Birthday April 16

Musician’s Born On April 16

1924 Henry Mancini (orchestra leader)
1929 Roy Hamilton (Unchained Melody)
1936 Bobby Vinton
1939 Dusty Springfield (I Only Want to Be with You)
1945 Stefan Grossman (folk guitarist)
1947 Gerry Rafferty (Baker Street)
1963 Jimmy Osmond (Osmonds)
1963 Nick Berry (actor/singer)
1964 David Pirner (Soul Asylum)

Gerry Rafferty, Baker Street, Gerry Rafferty Birthday April 16

Number 1 In The Charts On April 16

1969 Desmond Dekker: The Israelites UK 45
1977 David Soul: Don’t Give Up on Us US 45
1983 Bonnie Tyler: Faster than the Speed of Night UK LP
1994 Bonnie Raitt : Longing In Their Hearts : US LP

Gerry Rafferty, Baker Street, Gerry Rafferty Birthday April 16

Various Music Events On April 16

1964 Animals debut on UK chart with Baby Let Me Take You Home

1965 Hollies open their first US tour at the Paramount Theatre, Brooklyn

1966 Simon and Garfunkel’s Sounds of Silence enters UK LP chart

1966 Walker Brothers hit US chart with Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Any More

1969 MC5 dropped by Elektra after group paid for ad in paper slamming a record store for not carrying their LP

1972 ELO play first live gig (at the Fox and Greyhound in Croydon)

1973 TV special James Paul McCartney broadcast

Gerry Rafferty, Baker Street, Gerry Rafferty Birthday April 16

1976 Eric Faulkner (Bay City Rollers) takes pill overdose but recovers in hospital

1990 Second Mandela concert takes place at Wembley, featuring Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed and Bonnie Raitt.

1993 Paul McCartney headlines an Earth Day concert at the Hollywood Bowl with Ringo Starr, Steve Miller and Don Henley. He hasn’t performed there since he appeared with the Beatles in 1965.

1993 Billy Burnette announces he’s leaving Fleetwood Mac. He wants to concentrate on recording country music

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April 15 – Today In Rock Music History

April 15, 2010

Happy Birthday Dave!

Dave Edmunds, I hear you knocking, Dave Edmunds Birthday April 15

Musician’s Born On April 15

1894 Bessie Smith (blues singer)
1933 Roy Clark
1939 Marty Wilde (Bad Boy)
1942 Allan Clarke (Hollies)
1944 Dave Edmunds (I Hear You Knocking)
1966 Gracie Clark (Wet Wet Wet)
1966 Samantha Fox
1968 Ed O’Brien (Radiohead)

Dave Edmunds, I hear you knocking, Dave Edmunds Birthday April 15

Deaths On April 15

1970 George Gowdner (founder of Red Bird Label with Leiber and Stoller)

Dave Edmunds, I hear you knocking, Dave Edmunds Birthday April 15

Number 1 In The Charts On April 15

1965 Cliff Richard: The Minute You’re Gone UK 45
1967 Nancy and Frank Sinatra: Something Stupid US 45
1972 Royal Scots Dragoon Guards: Amazing Grace UK 45
1972 Roberta Flack: First Time Ever I Saw Your Face US 45
1978 Nat King Cole: 20 Golden Greats UK LP
1989 Bangles: Eternal Flame UK 45
1989 Fine Young Cannibals. She Drives Me Crazy US 45
1995 Montell Jordan : This Is How We Do It : US single
1995 Bruce Springsteen : Greatest Hits : UK LP
1996 Mark Morrison : Return Of The Mack : UK single

Various Music Events On April 15

1966 Rolling Stones release Aftermath LP in UK (their first LP to feature all original material)

1966 UK music press announces there’ll be no new Beatles film for the time being. Producer Walter Shenson says, ‘We’ve turned down everything from The Beatles in the Army to The Beatles Meet Elvis’.

1976 Rolling Stones release Black and Blue, the first Rolling Stones LP to feature guitarist Ron Wood

Dave Edmunds, I hear you knocking, Dave Edmunds Birthday April 15

1989 Tone Loc’s Loc-ed After Dark becomes first black rap LP to hit No. 1 in US

1989 You Got It takes Roy Orbison into the American Top 10 for the first time since Pretty Woman in 1964 – a gap of 24 and a half years. His Top 10 success has thus spanned over 28 years, the longest ever. You Got It also becomes first single to get into the Top 10 on the Hot 100, Adult Contemporary chart (No. 1) Album Rock Tracks Chart and Country Chart

1996 The rest of Jerry Garcia’s ashes are scattered in San Francisco, near the Golden Gate Bridge. (see April 4)

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April 14 – Today In Rock Music History

April 14, 2010

Happy Birthday Ritchie!

Ritchie Blackmore, Rainbow Guitarist, Ritchie Blackmore Birthday April 14

Musician’s Born On April 14

1933 Buddy Knox (Party Doll)
1935 Loretta Lynn (Country singer)
1945 Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple)
1946 Patrick Fairley (Marmalade)
1969 Martyn Le Noble (Porno For Pyros)

Ritchie Blackmore, Rainbow Guitarist, Ritchie Blackmore Birthday April 14

Deaths On April 14

1983 Pete Farndon (Pretenders)
1995 Burl Ives

Ritchie Blackmore, Rainbow Guitarist, Ritchie Blackmore Birthday April 14

Number 1 In The Charts On April 14

1966 Spencer Davis: Somebody Help Me UK 45
1973 Led Zeppelin: Houses of the Holy UK LP
1979 Art Garfunkel: Bright Eyes UK 45
1979 Doobie Brothers: What A Fool Believes US 45
1990 Madonna: Vogue UK 45
1990 Tommy Page : I’ll Be Your Everything : US single

Ritchie Blackmore, Rainbow Guitarist, Ritchie Blackmore Birthday April 14

Various Music Events On April 14

1954 Midnighters have first big hit since changing their name from The Royals with Work with Me Annie

1956 Little Richard’s Long Tall Sally hits top of US R&B chart

1967 With publicity stating them to be ‘the most significant talent since the Beatles’, Polydor releases Bee Gees’ New York Mining Disaster

1967 Denny Laine releases Say You Don’t Mind – his first solo single

1968 During a performance at the Royal Festival Hall in London, Pink Floyd demonstate ‘Azimuth co-ordinator’, a device for projecting sound from anywhere in the concert hall, called ‘more furious madness from the massed gadgets of Auzimenes’s.

1969 Following Take II, John and Paul finish The Ballad of John and Yoko, the Beatles single that didn’t feature George and Ringo, at Abbey Road

1974 Pete Townshend plays solo for the first time at Roundhouse, London

1980 Gary Numan releases The Touring Principle, the first full-length commercially available video

1984 Michael Jackson’s Thriller LP logs 37th week at No. 1 in US – the longest run in pop history

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April 13 – Today In Rock Music History

April 13, 2010

Jack Casady, Jefferson Airplane, Jack Casady Birthday April 13, Hot Tuna

Musician’s Born On April 13

1934 Horace Kay (Tams)
1936 Tim Field (Springfields)
1940 Lester Chambers (Chambers Brothers)
1943 Eve Graham (New Seekers)
1944 Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane)
1946 Al Green (Tired of Being Alone)
1946 Jim Pons (Turtles/Mothers)
1946 Roy Loney (Flaming Groovies)
1951 Peabo Bryson (Tonight I Celebrate My Love)
1954 Jimmy Destri (Blondie)
1959 Kim McAuliffe (Girlschool)

Jack Casady, Jefferson Airplane, Jack Casady Birthday April 13, Hot Tuna

Number 1 In The Charts On April 13

1956 Winifred Atwell Poor People of Paris UK 45
1957 Elvis Presley: All Shook Up US 45
1967 Nancy and Frank Sinatra: Something Stupid UK 45
1968 Bobby Goldsboro’: Honey US 45
1974 Elton John: Benny and the Jets US 45
1974 Wings: Band on the Run: US LP
1991 London Beat: I’ve Been Thinking About You US 45

Jack Casady, Jefferson Airplane, Jack Casady Birthday April 13, Hot Tuna

Various Music Events On April 13

1957 Julie London enters UK chart with Cry Me a River, following its inclusion in film The Girl Can’t Help It

1965 Beatles rename Eight Arms to Hold You. Song becomes Help and is recorded at Abbey Road

Jack Casady, Jefferson Airplane, Jack Casady Birthday April 13, Hot Tuna

1967 Rolling Stones perform behind Iron Curtain for the first time at the Palace of Culture, Warsaw. Police use tear gas to subdue 2,000 fans

1973 Roger Daltrey releases first solo LP, produced by Adam Faith, entitled Daltrey

1980 Grease, Broadway’s longest-running musical, closes after eight years, 3,388 performances and $8 million gross

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April 12 – Today In Rock Music History

April 12, 2010

Happy Birthday Herbie!

Musician’s Born On April 12

1930 Carol Lindsay (Kaye Sisters)
1933 Tiny Tim (US singer/eccentric)
1940 Herbie Hancock (Rockit)
1944 John Kaye (Steppenwolf)
1947 Emmylou Harris (US country singer)
1950 David Cassidy
1951 Alexander Briley (Village People)
1958 Will Sergeant (Echo and the Bunnymen)
1958 Fish (Marillion)
1964 Amy Ray (Indigo Girls)
1966 Marc Ford (Black Crowes)

Number 1 In The Charts On April 12

1957 Lonnie Donegan: Cumberland Gap UK 45
1959 Fifth Dimension: Aquarius US 45
1975 Elton John: Philadelphia Freedom US 45
1980 Detroit Spinners: Working My Way Back to You UK 45

Various Music Events On April 12

1954 Big Joe Turner’s Shake Rattle and Roll released in US

1954 Bill Haley and the Comets record Rock Around the Clock at Pythian Temple on West Wide of New City. Song first released as R&B number by Sonny Dae

1957 Alan Freed’s rock-and-roll Easter Jubilee opens for a ten-day run at Brooklyn Paramount. Buddy Knox, Charlie Gracie and Bo Didley on the bill

1960 Billy Fury records his first LP, subsequently released as ten-inch Sound of Fury

1962 Bob Dylan’s Town Hall concert in New York is recorded. Tomorrow Is a Long Time later released

1966 While driving his white Corvette in Los Angeles following news that he’s been drafted, Jan Berry suffers the car crash that ends his career

1967 US Greyhound bus company begins a guided tour service of ‘Hippyland’ in San Francisco

1969 Led Zeppelin takes the band on to UK LP chart for the first time

1973 That’ll Be the Day, starring David Essex and Ringo Starr, premieres at ABC Shaftesbury Avenue

1997 The Fugees play the first of two Charity gigs in Haiti . The gigs,to raise money for Haitian refugees, end up costing more than they raised.

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April 11 – Today In Rock Music History

April 11, 2010

Musician’s Born On April 11

1943 Tony Victor (Classics)
1946 Bob Harris (DJ)
1956 Neville Staples (Fun Boy 3)
1958 Stuart Adamson (Big Country)
1963 Nigel Pulsford (Bush)
1966 Lisa Stansfield
1970 Delroy Pearson (5 Star)

Number 1 In The Charts On April 11

1963 Gerry and the Pacemakers: How Do You Do It UK 45
1970 Beatles: Let it Be US 45
1981 Hall and Oates: Kiss on My List US 45
1992 Def Leppard : Adrenalize : UK LP
1998 Pulp : This Is Hardcore : UK LP

Various Music Events On April 11

1956 James Brown debuts on R&B chart with Please Please Please

1958 Jerry Lee Lewis hits UK chart with Breathless

1961 Bob Dylan plays his first ‘professional’ gig at Gerde’s Folk City. He is on the same bill as John Lee Hooker. He sings House of the Rising Sun and Song to Woody, supported by Joan Baez who is in the audience

1963 Chiffons’ He’s So Fine Hits UK chart

1964 Beatles occupy a record-breaking fourteen positions on US Hot 100 chart – Can’t Buy Me Love (1), Twist and Shout (2), She Loves You (4), I Want to Hold Your Hand (7), Please Please Me (9), Do You Want to Know a Secret (14), I Saw Her Standing There (38), You Can’t Do That (48), All My Loving (50), From Me to You (52), Thank You Girl (61), There’s a Place (74), Roll Over Beethoven (78) and Love Me Do (81)

1965 NME poll-winners concert at Wembley, with Beatles, Rolling Stones, Moody Blues and Kinks

1967 Flying back to London from US, Paul McCartney writes Magical Mystery Tour and sketches ideas for film

1981 Eddie Van Halen marries Valerie Bertinelli

1987 Robert Cray Band’s Strong Persuader LP moves to No. 13 on US LP chart, becoming the highest-charting blues LP for 24 years

1987 Anita Baker’s Rapture LP achieves certified sales of twelve million in the USA.

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April 10 – Today In Rock Music History

April 10, 2010

Brian Setzer, Brain Setzer Stray Cats, Brian Setzer Birthday April 10

Musician’s Born On April 10

1911 Martin Denny (Quiet Village)
1921 Sheb Wooley (Purple People Eater)
1932 Nathaniel Nelson (Flamingos)
1936 Glen Campbell (Rhinestone Cowboy)
1940 Bobby Hatfield (Righteous Brothers)
1940 Ricky Valence (Tell Laura I Love Her)
1947 Bunny Wailer (Wailers)
1957 Steve Gustafson (10,000 Maniacs)
1959 Brian Setzer (Stray Cats)

Brian Setzer, Brain Setzer Stray Cats, Brian Setzer Birthday April 10

Deaths On April 10

1958 Chuck Willis
1962 Stu Sutcliffe (original Beatle)

Brian Setzer, Brain Setzer Stray Cats, Brian Setzer Birthday April 10

Number 1 In The Charts On April 10

1965 Freddie and the Dreamers: I’m Telling You Now US 45
1968 Cliff Richard: Congratulations UK 45
1976 Frampton Comes Alive US LP
1982 Iron Maiden: The Number of the Beast UK LP
1993 Suede : Suede : UK LP
1993 Depeche Mode : Songs of Faith and Devotion : US LP

Brian Setzer, Brain Setzer Stray Cats, Brian Setzer Birthday April 10

Various Music Events On April 10

1956 Nat King Cole badly beaten up on stage before a white audience in Birmingham, Alabama

1967 The Who begins a six-day season at Brian Epstein’s Saville Theatre, with Jimi Hendrix on the bill

1967 Paul McCartney visits Beach Boys’ recording session, producing Vegetables

1970 Doors singer Jim Morrison is dragged offstage by keyboardist Ray Manzerak during a concert in Boston, when Morrison screams to the audience, ‘Would you like to see my genitals’

1970 Paul McCartney announces he’s quitting the Beatles, is forming ‘McCartney Productions’, and that he’s bought the film rights to Rupert the Bear.

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April 9 – Today In Rock Music History

April 9, 2010

Happy Birthday Steve!

Steve Gadd, Steve Gadd Drummer, Steve Gadd Birthday April 9

Musician’s Born On April 9

1932 Carl Perkins (Blue Suede Shoes)
1943 Terry Night (Grand Funk)
1944 Emil Stucchio (Classics)
1945 Steve Gadd
1961 Mark Kelly (Marillion)

Steve Gadd, Steve Gadd Drummer, Steve Gadd Birthday April 9

Deaths On April 9

1998 Brook Benton
1998 Dave Prater (Sam and Dave)
1997 Laura Nyro

Steve Gadd, Steve Gadd Drummer, Steve Gadd Birthday April 9

Number 1 In The Charts On April 9

1966 The Righteous Brothers: Soul and Inspiration US 45
1977 Abba: Dancing Queen US 45
1983 David Bowie: Let’s Dance UK 45
1988 Pet Shop Boys: Heart UK 45
1994 R Kelly : Bump N’Grind : US single
1994 Take That : Everything Changes : UK single
1994 Pink Floyd : The Division Bell : UK LP
1994 Pantera : Far Beyond Driven : US LP

Steve Gadd, Steve Gadd Drummer, Steve Gadd Birthday April 9

Various Music Events On April 9

1964 Rolling Stones make their first live national UK TV appearance, on Ready, Steady, Go.

1965 Rolling Stones’ dress sense attacked by E.M. Roberts, a Welsh headmaster, who is particularly critical of corduroy trousers. He said it was a ‘disservice to the young if adults interpret freedom as a complete disregard of the rules’.

1969 Emerson, Lake and Palmer perform their first concert at the Speakeasy, London

1973 Wings’ My Love released in US, on way to No. 1

1977 Peter Gabriel scores debut solo hit with Solsbury Hill

1989 37 years after his US chart debut with 3 O’Clock Blues, B.B. King finally enjoys UK success, entering chart at No. 12 with U2 on When Love Comes to Town.

1989 Bill Wyman and Mandy Smith announce that they are to marry

1997 Soundgarden announce that they are to disband

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April 8 – Today In Rock Music History

April 8, 2010

Steve Howe, Steve Howe Yes Guitarist, Steve Howe Birthday April 8

Musician’s Born On April 8

1942 Roger Chapman (Family)
1947 Steve Howe (Yes)
1962 Izzy Stradlin (Guns N’ Roses)
1963 Julian Lennon

Steve Howe, Steve Howe Yes Guitarist, Steve Howe Birthday April 8

Deaths On April 8

1976 Phil Ochs (US folk singer)
1994 Kurt Cobain

Steve Howe, Steve Howe Yes Guitarist, Steve Howe Birthday April 8

Number 1 In The Charts On April 8

1965 Unit 4 Plus 2: Concrete and Clay UK 45
1978 Brian and Michael: Matchstalk Men and Matchstalk Cats and Dogs UK 45
1989 Roxette: The Look US 45
1995 Take That : Back For Good : UK single
1995 Boo Radleys : Wake Up : UK LP

Steve Howe, Steve Howe Yes Guitarist, Steve Howe Birthday April 8

Various Music Events On April 8

1955 Alan Freed’s rock-and-roll Easter Jubilee opens a one-week run at Brooklyn’s Paramount Theatre. The show stars the Penguins, Moonglows and Lavern Baker

1961 BBC ban song 100 Pounds of Clay (Gene McDaniels and Craig Douglas) because it has reference to woman being created from building materials – considered to be blasphemous!

1962 Mick Jagger and Keith Richards first meet Brian Jones (then known as Elmo Lewis) at the Ealing Club

1966 Mike Vickers leaves Manfred Mann. ‘Permanent’ replacement named as Jack Bruce

1967 Sandie Shaw wins Eurovision Song contest for UK with Puppet on a String

1970 Woodstock premieres in UK

1973 Neil Young’s film Journey through the Past premiers at the UK Film Festival in Dallas

1977 Damned are the first UK punk band to play US

1977 Clash release their debut LP

1989 Following Abba and Blue Swede, Roxette become third Swedish band to top American chart.

1991 Virgin Records are involved in a lawsuit claiming that Paula Abdul did not do all the singing on her hit album, “Forever Your Girl.” . Virgin eventually win.

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