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This Day In Music History

This Day in Music History: May 1st

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1976: Led Zeppelin went to number one on the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the fifth time with Presence which stayed on top of the chart for two weeks.

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This Day in Music History: April 30th

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2002: The Who’s Roger Daltrey made a guest appearance on the 100th episode of That 70’s Show as music teacher Mr. Wilkinson. Read More...

This Day in Music History: April 29th

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1998: During an Aerosmith concert in Anchorage, AK, Steven Tyler suffered a knee ligament injury after he dropped his microphone stand on his knee during “Mama Kin” which caused them postpone their tour until September of that year. Read More...

This Day in Music History: April 28th

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2002: Motley Crue singer Vince Neil allegedly attacked record producer Michael Schuman outside of the Rainbow Bar and Grill in West Hollywood, CA. Neil later pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge of battery. Read More...

This Day in Music History: April 27th

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2009: Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament was mugged outside of the Southern Tracks Recording studio in Atlanta. Ament and an employee of the band were robbed by three men, which smashed the windows of a rented Jeep and got away with over $7,300 in goods and cash. Read More...