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Moon over Bourbon street-Sting

This Day in Rock History June 1, 1985 Sting releases his first solo album, The Dream of the Blue Turtles. Tracks include "Moon Over Bourbon Street" (inspired by the novel Interview With The Vampire) and "Russians," a song that looks at the Cold War from the perspective of the USSR.
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Album:The dream of the blue turtles

Creedence Clearwater Revival: Suzie Q

This Day in Rock History May 28, 1968
Creedence Clearwater Revival released their debut album. The band had played for years as the Golliwogs, Saul Zaentz who had bought Fantasy Records offered the band a chance to record an album on the condition that they change their name. The album features an 8 minute version of the Dale Hawkins song 'Suzie Q' which became the band's only Top 40 hit not written by John Fogerty.
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Creedence Clearwater Revival Suzie Q Creedence Clearwater Revival Lyrics: Oh Suzie Q Oh Suzie Q Oh Suzie Q Baby I love you Suzie Q I like the way you walk I ...

Eagles live - Desperado 1994

This Day in Rock History May 27, 1994
After a 14-year hiatus, the Eagles reunite for a show in Burbank, California, closing the show with "Desperado." They soon launch their "Hell Freezes Over" tour, which becomes the first tour to charge more than $100 for a substantial number of tickets.
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When hell freezes over

Rolling Stones “Connection" Totally Stripped Paradiso Amsterdam Holland 1995 Full HD

This Day in Rock History May 26, 1995
The Rolling Stones played two semi-acoustic concerts at the Paradiso Amsterdam over two days. Keith Richards later said that the Paradiso concerts were the best live shows the Stones ever did. The venue is housed in a converted former church building that dates from the nineteenth century, subsequently squatted in 1967 by hippies who wanted to convert the church into an entertainment club. Artists who have recorded concerts at the Paradiso include Joy Division, Willie Nelson, Phish, Nirvana, The Cure, Lenny Kravitz, Nick Cave, Dave Matthews and Amy Winehouse.
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Bob Dylan - Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts (Audio)

This Day in Rock History June 25, 1976 In Salt Lake City, Utah, Bob Dylan performs "Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts" live for the first and only time. He writes some of the lyrics on his shirt in case he forgets mid-performance.
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“Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts" by Bob Dylan Listen to Bob Dylan: Subscribe to the Bob Dylan YouTube channel: https:...

I Got The Blues (Remastered)

this Day in Rock History May 22, 1971
The Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers album, with a working zipper on the cover, hits #1 in the US.
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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I Got The Blues (Remastered) · The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers ℗ 1971 Promotone B.V., under exclusive licence ...

ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin' (Official Music Video)

this Day in Rock History May 21, 1983 ZZ Top release their video for "Gimme All Your Lovin'," marking the first appearance of the Eliminator, Billy Gibbons' 1933 Ford Hot Rod. The car appears in three other ZZ Top videos and becomes closely associated with the band. Gibbons has another one built just like it to bring on tour.
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You're watching the official music video for ZZ Top - "Gimme All Your Lovin'" from the album 'Eliminator'. Subscribe to the Rhino Channel!

Bruce Hornsby and DeYarmond Edison - 'Black Muddy River'

This Day in Rock History May 20, 2016 The National release an anthology album of 59 Grateful Dead covers called Day of the Dead, with appearances by Lucinda Williams, Bruce Hornsby, Courtney Barnett and Wayne Coyne. Proceeds go to the Red Hot Organization, which helps fight AIDS.
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Subscribe to 4AD here: ‘Black Muddy River' by Bruce Hornsby and DeYarmond Edison, from ‘Day of the Dead’, a tribute album to the Gratef...

The Other Side (Lenny Kravitz)

This Day in Rock History May 18, 2004 Lenny Kravitz releases his seventh album, Baptism.
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THE OTHER SIDE Where do I live Where is my wife? I am alone What's life worth living for? Where am I going and what am I looking towards? Where are my kids h...

ZZ Top - Legs (Official Music Video)

This Day in Rock History May 15, 1997
Governor George W. Bush declares May 15th as ZZ Top Day in the state of Texas.
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You're watching the official music video for ZZ Top - "Legs" from the album 'Eliminator'. "Legs" won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Group Video in 1984. ...

Mötley Crüe - Kickstart My Heart (Official Video)

This Day in Rock History May 14, 1987 Mötley Crüe hold a listening party for their album Girls, Girls, Girls at a strip club in Hollywood called The Body Shop. They are quite familiar with the venue, which is mentioned in the title track.
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The official music video for Mötley Crüe's "Kickstart My Heart." Official Website: Facebook: Twitt...

The Rolling Stones "Casino Boogie"

This Day in Rock History May 12, 1972 The Rolling Stones release Exile On Main Street, a landmark double album recorded primarily at a villa in France, where the group is living to avoid British taxes (they are "tax exiles," thus the album name).
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From the 1972 double-album, "Exile on Main Street."

Bob Marley - Last Song For Bob Marley (11th May 1981)

This Day in Rock History May 11, 1981
Bob Marley, the uncontested King Of Reggae, died of a brain tumor at the age of 36. Seven months earlier he had collapsed on stage during a concert in the US. He was given a state funeral and buried near his birthplace in St. Ann's Parish, Jamaica. His last words were reported to have been, "Money can't buy life."
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Last Song For Bob Marley The Bob Marley Death Song (21th May 1981)

The Rolling Stones launch their World Tour in the USA

This Day in Rock History May 7, 2002 The Rolling Stones make a big entrance, arriving by blimp to announce their Licks tour in New York's Van Cortland Park.
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SHOTLIST 1. Zoom in Rolling Stones blimp 2. WS of Rolling Stones in blimp 3. VS blimp landing with cutaways to interior 4. WS Rolling Stones exiting blimp 5....

Led Zeppelin- Dazed and Confused

This Day in Rock History May 6, 1977 Led Zeppelin break the record (which they already held) for single-act concert attendance (76,229) in Pontiac, Michigan.
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lyrics: Been dazed and confused for so long it's not true, Wanted a woman, never bargained for you. Lots of people talk and few of them know, Soul of a woman...

Bob Dylan - When He Returns (1979)

This Day in Rock History May 4, 1979 Bob Dylan records "Gotta Serve Somebody," "Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)," "When He Returns," and "Man Gave Names To All The Animals."
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Workin' Them Angels

This Day in Rock History May 1, 2007 Rush release Snakes & Arrows. Alex Lifeson's guitar work on the album is influenced by David Gilmour's suggestion that he write more acoustic songs.
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Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records Workin' Them Angels · Rush Snakes & Arrows ℗ 2007 Atlantic Recording Coporation for the United States and WEA Interna...

After the Fire

This Day in Rock History April 30, 2002 Roger Daltrey of The Who stars as a music teacher on the "That '70s Musical" episode of That '70s Show.
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Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic After the Fire · Roger Daltrey Under A Raging Moon ℗ 1985 Bejubop. Piano, Producer: Alan Shacklock Band Member: Bruce W...

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Black Sabbath - Children of The Sea

This Day in Rock History April 29, 1980 Black Sabbath launch their first tour with Ronnie James Dio as lead vocalist, replacing Ozzy Osbourne.
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"Children of The Sea" is the 2nd track of Black Sabbath's 9th album, Heaven And Hell (1980). Ronnie James Dio – lead vocals Tony Iommi – guitar Geezer Butler...

Dave Matthews Band - Don't Drink The Water

This Day in Rock History April 28, 1998 Before These Crowded Streets by the Dave Matthews Band debuts at #1 on the US albums chart, ending the Titanic soundtrack's 16-week berth at the top. Fans get a glimpse of the band's darker side with the moody lead single, "Don't Drink The Water."
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Dave Matthews Band's official music video for 'Don't Drink The Water'. Click to listen to Dave Matthews Band on Spotify:

Aerosmith in Hawaii - Cryin'

This Day in Rock History April 27, 2009
Aerosmith were to hold a free concert in Hawaii to placate angry fans who brought a legal case against them. Fans filed a class action case, which claimed the band had cancelled a sold-out show in Maui two years ago, leaving hundreds of fans out of pocket in favour of a bigger gig in Chicago. Lawyers for the would-be concert-goers said Aerosmith had now agreed to put on a new show, and would pay all expenses. Everyone who bought a ticket to the original concert would receive a free ticket.
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Blaisdell Concert Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii October 18, 09

Felix Caveliere's Rascals: Rock N' Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee, Blue-Eyed Soul

This Day in Rock History April 24,All four original members of The Young Rascals reunited onstage for the first time since their 1997 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction when they appeared at the Kristen Ann Carr Fund gala in New York after an invite by The E Street Band's Steven Van Zandt. Hopes of a more permanent reunion were quickly dashed by guitarist Gene Cornish, who said "I speak on behalf of the band when I say all the money offers in the world could not entice The Rascals to reunite." They would get back together however, for a series of concerts beginning in 2012. 2010
#theyoungrascals #classicrock939 #thisdayinrockhistory -Eagles Talent Presents Felix Caveliere's Rascals. To book the band Felix Caveliere's Rascals visit thei...

The Who - Tommy, Can You Hear Me?

This Day in Rock History April 22, 1974 The Who begin filming the movie version of Tommy, with Tina Turner's turn as the Acid Queen being filmed first. The task of producing the complex soundtrack would drive Pete Townshend to another nervous breakdown.
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From the album "Tommy". Written by Pete Townshend. Father: Tommy can you hear me? Can you feel me near you? Mother: Tommy can you feel me? Can I help to chee...

Jumpin' Jack Flash (Original Single Mono Version)

This Day in Rock History April 20, 1968 The Rolling Stones record "Jumpin' Jack Flash", which will reach #1 in the UK and #3 in the US by next July.
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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Jumpin' Jack Flash (Original Single Mono Version) · The Rolling Stones Singles 1968-1971 ℗ 1968 ABKCO Music & Re...


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