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Τετάρτη, 27 Οκτωβρίου 2010

This Day in Music: October 27th

Born on this day:
1949, Garry Tallent, bass, E Street Band
1958, Simon Le Bon, vocals, Duran Duran
1967, Scott Weiland, vocals, Stone Temple Pilots
1984, Kelly Osbourne, singer
1969, Muddy Waters was seriously injured in a car crash in Champagne, Illinois. Three people were killed in the accident.
1970, Black Sabbath played their first ever-live show in the U.S. when they kicked of a 16-date tour at Glassboro State College.
1973, Mott the Hoople supported by Aerosmith appeared at The Orpheum Theatre, Boston. For more on Mott the Hoople, see This Day in Music Spotlight.
1975, the unknown Bruce Springsteen had the rare honor of simultaneous covers on both Time and Newsweek magazines in the U.S.
1979, During a U.S. tour Elton John collapsed on stage at Hollywood's Universal Amphitheatre suffering from exhaustion.
1980, Former T Rex member Steve Took, choked to death on a cherry stone, after some magic mushrooms he had eaten, numbed all sensation in his throat.
1984, during a U.S. tour, The Grateful Dead allocated a specific recording area for fans to bootleg the show; tonight's gig was in Berkeley, California.
2007, former Moloko singer Roisin Murphy was recovering in hospital after damaging her eye socket during a show in Russia. The singer hit her head on a chair during the show at Moscow's Ikra Club and was rushed to hospital for surgery. A spokesman said she lost "a lot of blood" and had severe concussion, but her vision was unaffected and she was "recovering well"

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