2010: Rush’s critically acclaimed documentary Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
premiered at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
1992: David Bowie married supermodel Iman in Switzerland. This was Bowie’s second marriage & they’re still married to this day.
1991: Jane’s Addiction performed at New York City’s Madison Square Garden for the first time for a sellout concert with 14, 314 in attendance.
1990: While workers were preparing Roger Waters’ production of The Wall at the Berlin Wall, an unexploded bomb from the World War II era was discovered.
1989: Tom Petty released his debut solo album Full Moon Fever, which would go on to be the biggest selling non-compilation album of his career, selling five million copies and contain the hit singles “I Won’t Back Down”, “Runnin’ Down a Dream” and “Free Fallin’”.
1977: The Talking Heads began their first European tour, as the opening act for The Ramones.
1974: David Bowie released his eighth studio album Diamond Dogs which went on to reach number five on the Billboard 200 Album Chart & be certified Gold.
1971: Alice Cooper peaked at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart with “I’m Eighteen”, their first top 40 single in the U.S.
1961: Bob Dylan played harmonica on Harry Belafonte’s recording of “Midnight Special”. This was Dylan’s first official recording and he received a $50 session fee.
Doug Clifford-drummer for Credence Clearwater Revival born in 1945
Glenn Cornick-bassist for Jethro Tull born in 1947
Jack Blades-bassist for Night Ranger and Damn Yankees born in 1954