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This Week in Music History

April 12th, 1967 - Mick Jagger receives a punch to the face by an airport official at Le Bourget Airport in France. Jagger had lost his temper when The Rolling Stones were all searched for drugs. The ordeal resulted in The Stones missing their flight.

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Queen - Photo by Rogers / Getty Images
Queen - Photo by Rogers / Getty Images
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This Week in Music History

March 22nd,1984 - Queen films their video for ‘I Want To Break Free’ at a studio in London. It was directed by David Mallet and was a parody of a British soap opera, featuring the band members dressing in drag. Guitarist Brian May later said the video ruined the band's image in America, and was initially banned by MTV.

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Watch Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd’s Hilarious Lip Sync Battle [VIDEO]

Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd brought out their best rock star moves as they engaged in a hysterical Lip Sync Battle on the 'Tonight Show.'

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The Rolling Stones - Photo by William Lovelace
The Rolling Stones - Photo by William Lovelace
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This Week in Music History

January 25th, 1963 - The Rolling Stones play at the Ricky Tick Club at a Hotel in the town of Windsor, Berkshirehire, UK. It is the first time The Rolling Stones, including Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman played at this venue.

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Queen - Photo by Rogers / Getty Images
Queen - Photo by Rogers / Getty Images
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This Week in Music History

November 23rd, 1975 - Queen starts a 9 week run at No.1 in the UK with ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ The promotional video for this song is generally acknowledged as being the first pop video ever. When they first decided to relea

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Amazon.com
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This Week in Music History

November 9th, 1974 - Bachman Turner Overdrive goes to No.1 on the singles chart with 'You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet', the group's only No.1 hit. Not bad for a grammatically incorrect title.

November 10th, 1973 - Elton J

The Beatles - Photo by John Pratt
The Beatles - Photo by John Pratt
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This Week in Music History

November 2nd, 1967 - The Beatles completed recording ‘Hello Goodbye’ at Abbey Road by adding a second Paul McCartney bass line. The song had been selected for the A-side of The Beatles next single, the flip side to be John Lennon’s ‘I Am the Walrus.’

November 3rd, 1972 - Carly Simon and James Taylor tie the kn

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Roy Orbison - Photo by H. V. Drees
Roy Orbison - Photo by H. V. Drees
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This Week in Music History

September 14th, 1968 – While on tour in the UK, Roy Orbison’s house in Nashville burns down, and he losses his two oldest sons to the fire. An official from the scene of the fire later said that “from what we’ve been able to piece together, the two children who were killed were playing with an aerosol can in the basement of the house when their grandfather, Orbie Orbison, warned them that was dangerous.”

September 15th, 1968 - The

Keith Moon - Photo by Jack Kay / Gettty Images
Keith Moon - Photo by Jack Kay / Gettty Images
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This Weekend in Music History

August 23rd, 1967 - While celebrating a wild birthday party at a Holiday Inn, The Who's drummer Keith Moon accidentally drives a car into the hotel swimming pool. Moon was attempting to avoid having to talk to po

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Stevie Wonder - Photo by Harry How / Getty Images
Stevie Wonder - Photo by Harry How / Getty Images
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This Weekend in Music History

August 10th, 1963 - Little Stevie Wonder starts his three week run at No.1 on the singles chart with ‘Fingertips part II’. At the age of 13, this makes him the youngest singer to top the charts. It was also, the first live, no

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