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Jon Bon Jovi
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This Day In Music History

March 2nd
1962 - Born on this day, Jon Bon Jovi, (1987 US No.1 & UK No.4 single 'Livin' On A Prayer', 1986 US & UK No.1 album 'Slippery When Wet', plus nine other UK Top 10 albums).

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British guitarist and songwriter Jimmy Page, in concert with Led Zeppelin, 1983
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February 26th
1965 - Guitarist Jimmy Page released a solo single called 'She Just Satisfies' in the UK. Page played all the instruments on it except for the drums, and produced the track, as well as singing lead vocals.

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American rock singer and songwriter Bob Seger, and his Silver Bullet Band, Drew Abbott, Robyn Robbins, Alto Reed, Chris Campbell and Charlie Allen Martin, in London
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February 24 & 25th
1965 - Feb 24th, The first full day of filming took place for The Beatles movie 'Help!' with the group riding bicycles on location near London Airport, England.

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Smokey Robinson Photo by Mike Coppola - Getty Images
Smokey Robinson Photo by Mike Coppola - Getty Images
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February 19th
1958 - Smokey Robinson turns 18 the same day that his group the Miracles release their first single, "Got a Job." The Robinson composition was a riposte to the Silhouettes' hit "Get a Job."

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The Beach Boys by Larry Ellis - Getty Images
The Beach Boys by Larry Ellis - Getty Images
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February 18th
1966 - Beach Boy Brian Wilson recorded the future classic song 'Good Vibrations', which went on to become the band's third U.S. number-one hit. As a child, his mother told him that dogs could pick up "vibrations" from people

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The Beatles Photo by Central Press
The Beatles Photo by Central Press / Getty images
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February 17th
1967 - The Beatles started recording a new John Lennon song 'Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite' at Abbey Road studios, London. John's lyrics for the song came almost entirely from an antique poster advertising a circus performance scheduled to take place in Rochdale, Lancashire, in February 1843.

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American popular singing group 'The Mamas and the Papas' arrive at Southampton, England. From l to r; Canadian-born Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliot (1941 - 1974), Michelle Phillips, and John Phillips
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February 12th
1968 -  John and Michelle Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas, have a daughter named Chynna. In related news Chynna Phillips of the group Wilson Phillips is born.

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(left to right ) Mickey Dolenz, Peter Tork and Davy Jones of The Monkees
The Monkees Photo by Express
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February 11th
1969 - The Monkees set a new record when their second album, 'More Of The Monkees' jumped from No.122 to the top of the US chart. The album then stayed in pole position for eighteen weeks.

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The Beatles Photo by Central Press - Getty Images
The Beatles Photo by Central Press - Getty Images
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February 10th
1967 - The Beatles recorded the orchestral build-up for the middle and end of 'A Day in the Life'. At the Beatles' request, the orchestra members arrived in full evening dress along with novelty items. One violinist wore a red clown's nose, while another a fake gorilla's paw on

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Dutch rock group Shocking Blue in London for TV appearances to promote their latest single 'Venus', 6th November 1969.
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February 5th
1967 - The News Of The World reported that Mick Jagger had taken LSD at the Moody Blues' home in the UK. Jagger sued the paper for libel in an on-going feud between the News Of The World and The Stones.

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