This Day in Music History: June 25th

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2010: Rush received their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Their star is located at 6752 Hollywood Blvd.


2008: Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley & Ramones bassist C.J. Ramone made appearances during Pearl Jam’s concert at Madison Square Garden. Frehley played on a rendition of Kiss’ “Black Diamond” & Ramone played on a rendition of The Ramones’ “I Believe in Miracles”.


2004: David Bowie cut short a performance at the Hurricane Festival in Germany complaining of chest pains & was hospitalized. What was originally thought to be a pinched nerve in his shoulder turned out to be a blocked artery that required emergency angioplasty. Bowie cancelled his remaining scheduled tour dates for 2004.


2003: Ozzy Osbourne was accused of fathering a six year old child out of wedlock by a woman who wanted an undisclosed monetary out of court settlement. Osbourne revealed that this was impossible since he had a vasectomy in 1986.


1993: Bruce Springsteen appeared on the final episode of Late Night with David Letterman where he performed “Glory Days”.


1988: Van Halen’s eighth album OU812 their second album with Sammy Hagar reached number one on the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the first of four weeks.


1984: Patti Scialfa joined Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band four days before the start of Springsteen’s tour in support of Born in the U.S.A.


1983: Kiss performed the last concert in makeup until 1996 at Morumbi Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil.


1977: Pink Floyd set a then-record for largest number of tickets sold for a one-act concert when 83,000 fans attend Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium on their Animals tour.

 

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