This Day In Music History
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.”
1981 – The Police played the first night of a North American tour at The University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada during their Zenyatta Mondatta World Tour.
2001 – Rod Stewart tells German tabloid Bild am Sonntag his partying days are over. “I don’t think I can take it any more,” he said. “The wild times are over for me.”