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This Day in Music
This Day in MusicAugust 30th, 2016 at 10:33am

30th Aug 1995, Sterling Morrison founder member of the Velvet Underground died of cancer at his home in New York City two days after his 53rd birthday. The guitarist left the group in August 1971 and re-joined in 1992 for a European tour. During the...

This Day in Music
This Day in MusicAugust 30th, 2016 at 10:33am

30th Aug 1939, Born on this day, John Peel, BBC radio DJ. journalist and TV presenter, born John Robert Parker Ravenscroft. He was the longest running BBC Radio 1 and the most influential British DJ ever. He was one of the first broadcasters to play...

Geordie Stuart Merrall One of The single most Important & Influential broadcasters in the history of radio...if not we wouldn't have those great Peel Sessions.
Mike Newitt Is it really that long ago. He came to BBC from the pirate radio station "Radio London", didn't he? I always wondered how he could keep himself up to date all those years. Best DJ ever.
Dave Lawrence For someone who grew up listening to music in the 70s two things always spring to mind - Area 615 "Stone Fox Chase" (OGWT) and Grinderswitch "Pickin' the Blues" for JP's late night slot. I still can't believe he's gone . . . . .
Mick Lee sadly missed.best dj ever,never afraid to play new music by unknown bands or solo acts
Adam Thurston The single most important/influential broadcaster in the history of radio.
John Fallon Sounds of the Seventies, never missed any! Great DJ along with whispering Bob and Annie. 😁
Graham Harvey His Perfume Garden show on Radio London opened up a new world for me.
Bob Huckin Another radio legend who first found fame on the watery wireless. #Radio London
Roger Wilkinson You had no idea what he would play next! Fond memories
Jeff Rowe He was as big as the music he played when I was living in UK 1978-1981
Richard McAllister A true radio legend...broadcasting icon
Brian James This man put me on to some of the best music ever.
Chris J. Price -=[ Legend ]=- helped to make my musical tastes more diverse. The UK's best DJ, sorely missed...
Gordon Reynolds Used to love hearing him read out the football results at Reading. Legend.
Scott Robertson But was he a pedo?
Kram Notelgnis True Legend
Andrew Gould Legend
Michael Brammall Gone. But will never be forgotten.
Tony Kelleher Major Undertones fan.
Mark N Kirsty Buckingham Caroline Bob xx
Freddie Connor https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=A1WdH_RMoTg
This Day in Music
This Day in MusicAugust 30th, 2016 at 10:33am

29th Aug 1958, Born on this day, Michael Jackson, singer, songwriter, The Jackson Five, The Jacksons, and solo. Jackson is recognized as the most successful entertainer of all time by Guinness World Records. The music videos for 'Beat It', 'Billie Jean', and Thriller are credited...

Lawrence Alvarez I Lawrence Alvarez been with Michael jackson and princes Rogers all my life with Elvis in the 60s to the 2009
Thomas Sullivan Weiss It's a shame that he became a pedophile sodomist.... he had such potential
Andy Lyus Was he the bloke who done two little boys?
Tony Dobbs Pedophile. Good dancer, but made the same album at least 4 times.
Stacy Grant He had us up and dancing!
Mark Lebo I never liked pop music, hate rap and hip hop racket!
Amanda Bernacchi I Said You Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' You Got To Be Startin' Somethin' It's Too High To Get Over (Yeah, Yeah) Too Low To Get Under (Yeah, Yeah) You're Stuck In The Middle (Yeah, Yeah) And The Pain Is Thunder (Yeah, Yeah) It's Too High To Get Over (Yeah, Yeah) Too Low To Get Under (Yeah, Yeah) You're Stuck In The Middle (Yeah, Yeah) And The Pain Is Thunder (Yeah, Yeah) You're A Vegetable, You're A Vegetable Still They Hate You, You're A Vegetable You're Just A Buffet, You're A Vegetable They Eat Off Of You, You're A Vegetable <3
Michael Jorgensen Rip Michael. Thanks for all the music
Don Jacobsen Great entertainer but not my style of music.
Cameron Ford Overrated.
Brigitte Feda Yesss!! Happy Birthday King of Pop <3
Ron Scott One trick Pony, overrated, Child molester.
Joel Aroint Loser
Barbara Thompson Wow cool
Chaitan Rao
Constance Faith Ew.
Áĺaâ Móháméď :/
Jude Morris GONE TOO SOON BUT WHAT A GREAT MUSIC LEGACY MICHAEL LEFT FOREVERMORE <3 BLESSED HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICHAEL <3
Song Surgeon Nice ?
Barry Watts Fiona Russell
This Day in Music
This Day in MusicAugust 30th, 2016 at 10:33am

29th Aug 1966, The Beatles played their last concert before a paying audience, at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California to a sold-out crowd of 25,000. John and Paul, knowing what the fans do not (that this will be the last concert ever) bring cameras...

Scott Macgraw The Rolling Stones are a great band no doubt. But Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the moon has sold more lps,cd,cassettes,8 tracks than any other band in history.
Robert William Lovell If you were old enough to remember, concerts from this era were much smaller and the equipment of the day was woefully inadequate for the job at hand. Shure speaker columns of 6 grouped 5" speakers....really?!?? Take a look at the equipment here virus several years later at Woodstock, some giant strides were made. Sounding like the albums that were the beginning of the multitrack era that was to start also an issue.
Gabor Lengyel The Beatles stopped touring 'because they were not able to reproduce the sound of their records live' - that's what the PR department said. I don't believe they wanted to stop touring. Their management forced them to stop, so they could create a bigger than life image of them, create a wall of sound with orchestra and technology. They were slaves of this image. That's why they broke apart in 1970.
Wendy Cates I always heard that they were pretty dam good LIVE! I also believe they were frustrated playing to an audience that couldn't hear the band above the SCREAMING!!
Gabor Lengyel They sold their soul to the music business. If they hadn't done it, they'd have probably been able to keep touring. So sad!
Henry Ham Saw them in DC after John's infamous comparison. Some guy rushed the stage and the cops whooped his ass with Billy clubs. If that happened today just think he could sue and be a millionaire.
Gabor Lengyel From some comments here I get the impression that being a fan is like a religion. I do not agree with the belief that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus.
Zoltan Tibor Szabo-Taylor Amazing! From 62-66 and Hello Goodbye live shows... Still love them Fab Four!
Richard Williams The Rolling Stones were,are and always will be the greatest rock'n roll band in the world!!
Hessel Pijpker Wasn't the Rooftop concert their last concert ever?
Jewerell Clements One heck of a concert
Royston Stiver Here's a selfie snapped from the concert
Lee Craig Hauenstein Robert Edward Want...with Casinos all around it looks like
Lee Cahill The immortal four.
Cheryl Brinkmeyer Never saw the Beatles....wish I ad
Ray Pellerin "...wont you please, please help meeeee...."
Ron Kuruc 2 words....Rolling Stones
Juan Rivera BEST BAND EVER BEATLES BAM!!!111
Mike Wallace Best band ever!
Gary Baker Such prolific song writers in a very short space of time, a don't think it will ever be matched 🙂
Carol Green I was there. I will never forget it.
Kim LeBlanc-Turpin Did not know that. Thanks for sharing!
Chanel Farmer Sandifer Dan Roach
Michael Franklin Carlee Marie
This Day in Music
This Day in MusicAugust 30th, 2016 at 10:33am

29th Aug 1976, The Clash Buzzcocks and the Sex Pistols all appeared at a showcase event at The Screen On The Green, Islington, London. Organised by Malcolm Maclaren, this was notable for many reasons including, it was only The Clash's third gig and the first...

Sam Samaras Please Kill Me: the uncensored oral history of Punk is an awesome book that tells how it all started.
Ron Koralewski Excellent, I got to see the Sex Pistols on the Filthy Lurche tour... they learned to play their instruments.. it was a great show. Even got to meet Johnny Rotten, man is he short ... I asked him for an autograph and he started the John part and had the girl next to him sign the rest (it was pretty funny). Recently I discovered the band's 999 and The Kids , and the Nuns ... why weren't they more famous, much better. Malcolm must have been a great promoter.
Precious Uzu Med am searching for a caring and loving man on a long term relationship that will lead to marriage
Baki Baldus The Damned?
Natalie Norris-Lee Steve Ivors think you might enjoy this
John Harrison In some ways start of a downward trend in music.
Craig Chandler Great time in music
Tony Jenkins I would've loved this if i'd been old enough
Joel Lane Killer bill
Keith John Helwig Thanks for the punk post. It's rock too, would love more posts especially about the Damned, Buzzcocks, Undertones Etc
Mark Robertson Yea, that's great.... Where are the Ramones? They started the movement.
Moe Moe ok
Dayna Lee Rebecca Bliss 😍
Andrew Robinson Hamish Duffy
Fez Zeven Michael Hollywood
Debbie Tandy Pete Tandy
Keith John Helwig Kenny Helwig
Alicia A. Link Winston Smith
Alayna Young Brian Austin Desper
Stephen Fox Callan Fox