This Day In Music History

This Day In Music History
January 20th
1969 - Bruce Springsteen had two of his poems published in the Ocean County College Literary Yearbook Seascapes. Springsteen was in his second semester at the Toms River, New Jersey College.
This Day In Music History
January 15th
1967 - The Rolling Stones perform "Let's Spend the Night Together" on The Ed Sullivan Show. However, CBS' censors convince Mick Jagger he should sing the less salacious line "Let's spend some time together."
This Day In Music History
January 13th
1964 - The Beatles release their breakthrough single "I Want to Hold Your Hand" in the United States. Bob Dylan mishears the middle eight as "I get high, I get high, I get high."
This Day In Music History
January 8th
1966 - ABC broadcasts the last ever episode of pop music program Shindig! The Kinks and The Who see off the twice-weekly show in explosive fashion.
This Day In Music History
January 7th
1964 - The Beatles record a session for the BBC Saturday Club program, during which they make their only known recording of the Chuck Berry song "Johnnie B. Goode."
This Day In Music History
December 18th
1966 - Tara Browne was killed when driving at high speed in his Lotus Elan after it collided with a parked lorry in South Kensington, London. A close friend of The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger and Brian Jones
This Day In Music History
December 2nd:
1969 - Cindy Birdsong of the Supremes was kidnapped at knifepoint by a maintenance man who worked in the building she lived in. She later escaped unharmed by jumping out of his car on the San Diego freeway.

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