David Ruffin

This Weekend in Music History
July 5th, 1978 - Pressing of The Rolling Stones' new album 'Some Girls' is suspended at the manufacturing plant after complaints from several celebrities. The album sleeve featured mock advertisements using celebrity images
This Day in Music History
July 6th
1966 - The Rolling Stones play at the War Memorial Hall in Syracuse. During the performance they allegedly desecrate the American flag by dragging it across the stage.
This Day In Music History
Janis Joplin - Photo by Evening Standard / Getty Images
JUNE 10TH
1966 - Janis Joplin, performs for the first time since joining Big Brother & the Holding Company as their new lead singer. Big Brother & the Holding Company were part of the 1965 San Francisco  p…
This Day In Music History
June 1st
1964 - The Rolling Stones land at Kennedy Airport for their debut US tour.  They are met by over 500 fans as they exited the airplane.