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This Week in Music History
The Who stutters My Generation, Carly and James tie the knot, and Jim Morrison gets six months in Jail. It all happened this week in music history.
This Week in Music History
February 27th, 2004 - Michael Jackson is enjoying a vacation with his children in Aspen, Colorado when he frightens workers at a local supermarket dressed in all black, his face hidden behind a surgical mask.
This Week in Music History
December 6th, 1966 – The Beatles record Christmas greetings for two pirate radio stations. Radio Caroline and Radio London, both stations are broadcasting from ships anchored just off the British coastline.
This Week in Music History
October 24th, 1977 - Keith Richards was charged and fined after admitting to having cannabis, Chinese heroin, Quaalude tablets and a revolver at his home in Chelsea, UK. Later that same day, Keith and girlfriend Anita Pallenberg accidentally set fire to their London hotel bedroom...
This Week in Music History
September 12th, 1997 - Stig Anderson, manager, songwriter, and producer for Abba dies of a heart attack. Anderson co-wrote many of Abba's greatest hits such as 'Mamma Mia', 'Dancing Queen', 'Waterloo'.
This Week in Music History
December 6th, 1966 - The Beatles record Christmas greetings for two pirate radio stations. Radio Caroline and Radio London, both stations are broadcasting from ships anchored just off the British coastline.
This Weekend in Music History
March 29th, 1979 - At a Dire Straits show in L.A., Bob Dylan asked Mark Knopfler and drummer Pick Withers to play on the sessions for his next album, Slow Train Coming. Dylan had first heard Dire Straits’ Mark Knopfler when his assistant played him the single ‘Sultans of Swing&…

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