In 1960, Drummer Tommy Moore made the fateful decision to quit The Beatles and return to his job of driving a forklift.
In 1966, Janis Joplin joined Big Brother & The Holding Company onstage for the first time at a show in San Francisco.
In 1966, The Rolling Stones started a two-week run at #1 in the US with “Paint It, Black,” their third US #1 single.
RICHARD BUTLER of The Psychedelic Furs
TOM EVANS of Badfinger
In 1964, The Rolling Stones played their first-ever live date in the US when they appeared at the Swing Auditorium in San Bernardino, California.
In 1964, “Liza Jane” became the first single released by David Bowie (under the name Davie Jones With The King Bees).
Byrne teamed up with Choir Choir Choir! to cover "Heroes" at last year's Under The Radar Festival in New York
Nile Rodgers is celebrating David Bowie's 71st birthday by giving us a special gift!