Category Archives: Dell News (Music – Classic Rock)

CDJ Today: June 19 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 19 in Classic Rock

June 19, 1987�-�Guns N’ Roses perform�their first concert outside of the U.S. at London’s legendary Marquee Club. �They neglect to play “Welcome To The Jungle” or “Sweet Child O’ Mine” in theiMORE

CDJ Today: June 18 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 18 in Classic Rock

June 18, 1984�-�Judas Priest fans take the song “Breaking The Law” to heart when they destroy over $250,000 worth of seat cushions at Madison Square Garden, causing the band to be banned -�for lMORE

CDJ Today: June 17 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 17 in Classic Rock

June 17, 1991�-�Van Halen�release their 9th album,�For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge,�also known as F.U.C.K.��Sammy Hagar titles the album, allegedly wanting to push the issue of�censorshiMORE

CDJ Today: June 16 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 16 in Classic Rock

June 16, 1967�-�The three�day�Monterey Pop Festival�begins and is regarded historically as the start of the “Summer of Love.” �The festival becomes the pre-cursor to Woodstock. �All artiMORE

CDJ Today: June 14 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 14 in Classic Rock

June 14, 1986�-�One fan dies at an�Ozzy Osbourne/Metallica�show at the Long Beach Arena�after falling from a balcony. �Long Beach Police say the man�”fell over backwards because he was pMORE

CDJ Today: June 13 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 13 in Classic Rock

June 13, 1983 – Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble release their debut album Texas Flood which was recorded in only three days at Jackson Browne’s personal studio. The album is later certifMORE

CDJ Today: June 12 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 12 in Classic Rock

June 12, 1982 – Remember “No Nukes”?  The rally began at the United Nations and ended on the Great Lawn in New York’s Central Park with performers Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, James Taylor,MORE

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