The Rock History Report for September 22nd
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1962 - Bob Dylan played his first show at New York Citys Carnegie Hall.
1965 - Great Society, with Grace Slick, played their first live show in North Beach, California.
1965 - The Who embarked on a short tour in Scandinavia. At the show, Roger Daltrey punched drummer Keith Moon.
1966 - The Rolling Stones released their single "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby?"
1967 - The Fab Four graced the cover of Time magazine.
1972 - David Bowie set out on his first U.S. tour with the Spiders from Mars.
1980 - John Lennon signed a recording contract with Geffen Records.
1985 - The first Farm-Aid concert was held in Champaign, Illinois. The show raised $10 million for American farmers.
1989 - Bruce Springsteen joined Jimmy Cliff onstage to sing "Trapped." The song was recorded by The Boss for the We Are The World album.
1998 - KISS released the album Psycho Circus.
1951 David Coverdale of Whitesnake
1958 Joan Jett
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