Sunday, September 30, 2012

ROCK HISTORY - IT HAPPENED ON SEPTEMBER 30

Robby Takac
No.1
1965 Ken Dodd: 'Tears' UK 45
1972 David Cassidy: 'How Can I Be Sure' UK 45
1978 Exile: 'Kiss You All Over' US 45
1989 Tina Turner: 'Foreign Affair' UK LP
1995 Simply Red : Fairground : UK single
1995 Hootie and The Blowfish : Cracked Rear View : US LP
1996 Deep Blue Something : Breakfast At Tiffany's : UK single
2007 Foo Fighters : Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace : UK LP


Births
1942 Dewey Martin (Buffalo Springfield)
1942 Gus Dudgeon (producer)
1945 Mike Harrison (Spooky Tooth)
1946 Sylvia Peterson (Chiffons)
1947 Marc Bolan (T. Rex)
1952 John Lombardo (10,000 Maniacs)
1964 Robby Takac (Goo Goo Dolls)

Miscellany
1969 'Crosby, Stills and Nash' LP goes gold in US
 
1969 Christine Hinton the girlfriend of David Crosby was killed in a car crash near San Francisco.
 
1972 Family's 'Bandstand' hits UK LP chart
Gus Dudgeon
 
1974 Police were called to a Lynyrd Skynyrd and Blue Oyster Cult concert after a fight broke out between two sound engineers.
 
1984 Capital Radio in London launches 'Network Chart'
 
1987 Whitney Houston's second LP, 'Whitney', awarded platinum disc for sales of 4 million
 
1987 Grateful Dead win their first platinum disc for 'In the Dark' LP
 
1999 Chris de Burgh's web site was closed down after countless obscene messages were posted on the guestbook.
 
2007 Country music singer Keith Urban crashed his motorcycle on the way to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.

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