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This Week in Music History

September 21st, 2011 - The Beatles refused to perform at a concert on August 31st, 1965 because the audience was forced to be segregated. A contract revealing that they refused to perform is sold today for $23,033 at an auction in L.A. In addition to the desegregati

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Canadian Dentist Wants To Clone John Lennon

A Canadian dentist who paid $30,000 for John Lennon's rotted tooth wants to use it to clone the late Beatle. He is reported to have said that it would be great to bring back one of rock and roll's greats. But, would it?

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Frank Sinatra Contest in Hoboken
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Go Ahead And Admit It: You Like Your Parents’ Music

By Bill Doyle

One day a couple of months ago, we did a topic on people whose musical tastes did not correspond with their era; I was expecting we would hear from hipsters who liked Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack era, but we wound up hearing from a lot of 19 and 20 year olds who were into classic rock.

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The Who - Photo by Keystone / Getty Images
The Who - Photo by Keystone / Getty Images
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This Week in Music History

 

September 7th, 1978Keith Moon, drummer with The Who, died of an overdose of Heminevrin which he was prescribed to combat alcoholism. A autopsy would confirm there were 32 tablets in his s

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Fleetwood Mac - Photo by Kevin Winter / Getty Images
Fleetwood Mac - Photo by Kevin Winter / Getty Images
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This Weekend in Music History

September 1st, 1980 - Fleetwood Mac plays a show at the Hollywood Bowl to end an 18-month world tour promoting ‘Tusk’, stating on stage that “this is our last show for a long time.” They traveled extensively acr

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Sid Bernstein  Getty Images Entertainment
Sid Bernstein Getty Images Entertainment
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Remembering Sid Bernstein

To most of us Sid Bernstein may not be a household name, but he sure did make musical history.

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Susan Wood, Getty Images
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Is a Clone of John Lennon in Our Near Future?

By Jeff Deminski

Could a Beatles reunion still be possible? Well, not really, but there's a Canadian dentist by the name of Michael Zuk who says he plans on cloning John Lennon.

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

July 27th, 1986 Queen became the first western act to play in Eastern Europe in over 20 years when they preformed in Budapest’s Nepstadion, Hungary. It was Louis Armstong in 1964 who was there last. Queen’s show was filmed and released as ‘Quee

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The Rolling Stones - Photo by William Lovelace
The Rolling Stones - Photo by William Lovelace
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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

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Sir Paul and George Harrison went head- to-head on the charts 40 years ago
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It Was 40 Years Ago Today – Beatle vs Beatle

It was 40 years ago this week that one Beatle knocked another Beatle off the top of the charts.  If you had to take a guess, from a time when all 4 fabs were recording and releasing hits, who would you choose? 

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