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This Week in Music History

August 2nd, 1964, The Beatles appear at the Gaumont Cinema in Bournemouth. One of the supporting acts, billed as a 'new and unknown London group', was The Kinks.

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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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Janis Joplin - Photo by Evening Standard / Getty Images
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This Week in Music History

October 26th, 1970 - A wake is held in San Anselmo, California to celebrate the life of Janis Joplin who had died of an accidental overdose and had left $2,500 in her will to throw a party in the event of her demise. The party was attended by close

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The Monkees Perform Live on Stage with the use of big screens
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The Monkees Keep the Magic Alive with Help from the Big Screen

Here they came, walking on stage at the Mann Music Center, they got the funniest looks from everyone who showed up. Hey Hey, they’re the Monkees and they’re much older now, but they seemed so much younger because they only put up images of their sixties show on the Jumbotrons. It was that television show that made the Monkees and it was the same show that they used as the frontman.

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Win tickets to see the Monkees playing Trevia with Steve Trevelise
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Win Monkees Tickets Playing Jersey ‘Trevia’ Tonight at 10pm

How well do you think you know New Jersey? You may be trivial in your knowledge but are you "TREVIAL?" 

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The Monkees - Photo by Keystone Features / Getty Images
The Monkees - Photo by Keystone Features / Getty Images
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This Day In Music History

August 4th
1967 - The Monkees find a stowaway on their plane between shows in Minneapolis and St Louis. The young female's father threatens to bring up charges for transporting a minor across state lines. 

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The Monkees - Photo by Express / Getty Images
The Monkees - Photo by Express / Getty Images
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This Day in Music History

July 8th
1967 - The Monkees kick off their 29-date tour with The Jimi Hendrix Experience as an opening act. However, Hendrix was eventually dropped after just six shows

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3rd August 1965: The American band The Byrds from left to right, Jim (Roger) McGuinn, Chris Hillman, Mike Clarke, Gene Clark and Dave Crosby, feeding the pigeons whilst visiting Trafalgar Square, London.
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This Day In Music History

May 11th
1965 - The Byrds make their first nationwide Television appearance, singing "Mr. Tambourine Man" on Hullabaloo.

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American pop group The Monkees. Left to right are Mike Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Peter Tork
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This Day In Music History

March 25th
1968 - The last episode of The Monkees television show airs. The idea of following the hi-jinks of a rock band's life was taken from the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night film.

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