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1964 - Rod Stewart cut his first single, "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl."

1966 - The Rolling Stones performed on "The Ed Sullivan Show."

1966 - The Monkees released the song "The Last Train to Clarksville."
1973 - The Rolling Stones song "Star Star" was banned by BBC Radio.

1974 - The original New York Dolls disbanded.

1975 - KISS released their Alive album, which contained live performances of their first three albums.

1979 - Before an audience of 85,000 people in Florence, Italy, Patti Smith announced that she was performing her last show. However, she would return to performing a decade later.

1980 - The Rolling Stones released "She's So Cold."

1980 - Peter Comita stepped in to replace Tom Peterson in Cheap Trick.

1996 - Wal-Mart banned Sheryl Crow's sophomore album because of the song "Love is A Good Thing."


1946 Danny Hutton of Three Dog Night
1949 Barriemore Barlow of Jethro Tull
1950 Joe Perry of Aerosmith

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