The Rock History Report for September 15th
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1962 - Peter Jones called The Beatles "a nothing group" after interviewing the band for the "London Daily Mirror." Exactly, two years later, the Fab Four were ordered off the stage at Cleveland's Public auditorium so that the screaming fans in attendance would settle down.
1969 - Deep Purple performed "Concerto for Rock Band and Orchestra" with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at London's Royal Albert Hall.
1977 - The Rolling Stones released Love You Live.
1979 - Bob Dylan released his first religiously themed album, Slow Train Coming.
1980 - David Bowie made his acting debut in The Elephant Man, which premiered on Broadway.
1990 - Following the death of Brent Mydland, Bruce Hornsby began filling in on keyboard for The Grateful Dead.
1942 Lee Dorman of Iron ButterflyImage: Sony BMG Music