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U2 - Photo by: Kevin Winter/Getty Images
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This Week in Music History

 

May 16th,1987 - U2's 'With or Without You' from the band's 1987 album The Joshua Tree, starts a three week run at No.1 on the singles chart. It quickly becomes the group's most successful single to date.

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nglish rock group The Who, during their 1966 German/Swiss tour, from left to right; drummer Keith Moon (1947 - 1978), Roger Daltrey (vocals), John Entwistle (1944 - 2002, bass guitar) and Pete Townshend (guitar).
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This Week in Music History

February 7th, 1969 - The Who record one of their biggest hits, 'Pinball Wizard' at Morgan Studio's, London, England. The track would be featured on their rock opera album, Tommy, and was released as a single in 1969 but only reached No. 19 in the US.

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Mick Jagger in concert. (Photo by Graham Wood / Getty Images)
Mick Jagger in concert. (Photo by Graham Wood / Getty Images)
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This Week in Music History

 

January 3rd, 1973 - Over a thousand international fashion editors and experts vote Mick Jagger and wife Bianca two of the best-dressed men and women of 1972.

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Saxophonist Bobby Keys, left, with Ronnie Lane and The Tremors, in 1987. (AP Photo/Austin-American Statesman, Casey Monahan)
Saxophonist Bobby Keys, left, with Ronnie Lane and The Tremors, in 1987. (AP Photo/Austin-American Statesman, Casey Monahan)
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Rolling Stones’ sax player Bobby Keys dead at 70

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Saxophonist Bobby Keys, a lifelong rock `n' roller who toured with Buddy Holly, played on recordings by John Lennon and laid down one of the all-time blowout solos on the Rolling Stones' "Brown Sugar," has died. He was 70.

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Michael Jackson - Photo by Dave Hogan / Getty Images
Michael Jackson - Photo by Dave Hogan / Getty Images
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This Week in Music History

October 11th, 1989Michael Jackson attends a ceremony for the opening of the Michael Jackson Auditorium at his former elementary school in Hollywood, California.

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This Week in Music History

July 19th 1975 - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band has a marathon rehearsal session the day before kicking off their Born To Run tour. They practiced for a full 19 hours at The Record Plant in New York City to get ready.

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Ed Sullivan smiles while standing with the Beatles on the set of his CBS variety show
Ed Sullivan smiles while standing with the Beatles on the set of his CBS variety show ( Express Newspapers/Getty Images)
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This Week in Music History

May 31st, 1968 - Working on what will become The White album, Yoko Ono attends her first session with The Beatles. Adding overdubs of bass and vocals on ‘Revolution’, and the final six minutes of the song evolving into chaotic jamming with John Lennon repeatedly shouting “alright” and Yoko speaking random phrases.

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Bruce Springsteen Joins Rolling Stones on Stage at Rock in Rio Festival [Video]

The Rolling Stones had a great surprise in store this past Thursday in Lisbon, Portugal at the Rock in Rio Lisboa Music Festival. Together they performed "Tumbling Dice," which they had previously performed in 2012 during The Stone's 50th Anniversary Tour.

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Mick Jagger in concert. (Photo by Graham Wood / Getty Images)
Mick Jagger in concert. (Photo by Graham Wood / Getty Images)
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Rolling Stones Return to the Road in Norway

The Rolling Stones, who in March interrupted their 2014 world tour due to singer Mick Jagger's girlfriend's suicide, returned to the road Monday with a high-energy show lasting over two hours at Oslo's Telenor Arena.

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Mick Jagger in concert. (Photo by Graham Wood / Getty Images)
Mick Jagger in concert. (Photo by Graham Wood / Getty Images)
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This Week in Music History

May 24th, 1968 - The Rolling Stones release the single 'Jumpin Jack Flash' in the UK, the track would give them their 7th No.1 hit in the UK. The lyrics for this song were inspired by Jack Dyer, Keith Richards' gardener. One morning when Keith and Jagger were staying at Keith's country house, Jack had woken them up by walking past their window and Richards uttered the words "Oh, that's Jack - that's Jumpin' Jack."

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