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Listen to the New Bon Jovi Track – Plus Tour Details!

Bon Jovi has dropped a new song from their upcoming album, 2020. Check out the track below!

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Today in Rock History – November 6

Here’s what happened today in Rock History for November 6th:  1964 During their first promotional visit to the UK, The Beach Boys appeared live on TV’s Ready Steady Go! 1965 After the success of “Satisfaction”, The Rolling Stones top the Billboard Hot 100 for the second time with “Get Off of My Cloud”. Keith Richards would later say, “I never dug it as …

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Today in Rock History – November 3

Here’s what happened today in Rock History for November 3: 1967 Pink Floyd make their US debut at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The tour will come to an early end when Syd Barrett displays increasingly strange behavior, refusing to lip-sync to “Arnold Layne” on American Bandstand and refusing to answer questions on The Pat Boone Show. 1972 James Taylor and …

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Today in Rock History – November 1

Here’s what happened today in Rock History for November 1: 1964 The Dave Clark Five appear on The Ed Sullivan Show singing their hit “Glad All Over”. Sullivan likes them much better than The Rolling Stones, saying that unlike the latter, the DC5 are “nice, neat boys.” 1965 Rochester, New York police halt a Rolling Stones concert until over 3,500 screaming fans return to order. …

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Today in Rock History – October 31

Here’s what happened today in Rock History:  1963 Ed Sullivan sees 50,000 fans cheer The Beatles at London’s Heathrow Airport and later books them for three appearances on his TV show early the next year. I couldn’t find a video of that fateful day, but here are the boys from the same year.  Good little band.   1964 The Supremes achieve …

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Today in Rock History – October 30

Here’s what happened today in Rock History:

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Today in Rock History – October 29

Here’s what happened today in Rock History:  1955 Sun Records founder Sam Phillips launches America’s first all-female radio station, WHER in Memphis. Sam Phillips, who used a portion of the $35,000 he made from the sale of Elvis Presley’s recording contract to RCA Records to finance the station. The station operated with an all-female format until the 1970’s.  1966 After topping the …

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Today in Rock History – October 25

Here’s what happened today in Rock History for October 25:  1964 When the teenagers in the audience kept screaming after The Rolling Stones finished their first song, Ed Sullivan was forced to shout “Quiet!” multiple times before he could introduce the next act. When the band closed the show with “Time Is On My Side”, Sullivan exclaimed “Come on, let them hear …

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On This Day in Rock History – October 24

October 24th is a weird day in Rock History, many political and justice-related items happening on the same day. Today in Rock History for October 24th:

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Today in Rock History – October 23

Here’s what happened today in Rock History for October 23:

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