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Today in Rock History – September 24

By Mitch Michaels on September 24, 2021

bob-dylan19651965, Bob Dylan played the first night on a 36 date North American tour at Austin Municipal Auditorium in Austin, Texas.

1966, Jimi Hendrix arrived in London with manager Chas Chandler on a flight from New York City. With only the clothes he was wearing, Hendrix had sold his other belongings to pa … (read more…)

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Today in Rock History – September 23

By Mitch Michaels on September 23, 2021

rolling-stones-19661966, The Rolling Stones 66 12-date UK tour kicked off at the Royal Albert Hall London. Supported by The Yardbirds, Ike and Tina Turner, and Peter Jay and the New Jaywalkers. Both Keith Moon and John Entwistle from The Who were in the audience.

1967,  The Mothers Of Invention appeared at the Royal Albert Hall London making t … (read more…)

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Today in Rock History – September 22

By Mitch Michaels on September 22, 2021

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The Great Society

1965, San Francisco band The Great Society, featuring Grace Slick, make their live debut at The Coffee Gallery, North Beach, California. The lineup featured Grace, her then-husband Jerry Slick on drums, his brother Darby Slick on guitar, David Miner on vocals and guitar, Bard DuPont on bas … (read more…)

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Today in Rock History – September 21

By Mitch Michaels on September 21, 2021

1968, Deep Purple reached the number four spot on the US singles chart with their debut single “Hush.”‘

1968, Jeannie C Riley went to number one on the singles chart with “Harper Valley PTA.” Jeannie won a Grammy for the best female country singer of 1968.

1968, Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks in London gave The Beatles their fifth ima … (read more…)

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Today in Rock History – September 20

By Mitch Michaels on September 20, 2021

Led Zeppelin I1968, Led Zeppelin, still working under the name of The Yardbirds, started recording their debut album at Olympic Studios, Barnes, London, England. The album took only about 36 hours of studio time to complete at a cost of around £1,782 ($2851), with most of the tracks being recorded “live” in the studio with very few overdubs.

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