1957: The Cavern Club opened in Liverpool. This club would later become known worldwide for having The Beatles as its house band before their rise to fame.
1969: The Beatles recorded the master takes of “Let It Be”, “The Long and Winding Road” & “Two of Us” at Apple Studios in London.
1983: Rebop Kwaku Baah, percussionist for Traffic died of a cerebral hemorrhage in Stockholm. He was 38 years old.
1975: Led Zeppelin performed “Kashmir” live for the first time during a concert at the Ahoy in Rotterdam, Holland.
1973: The Rolling Stones’ Asian tour was cancelled when Japan refused to issue a visa for Mick Jagger due to a 1969 drug convication.
1970: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young made their U.K. live debut at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
1968: Bob Dylan received his fourth gold record for Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits which later went on to sell five million copies in the U.S.
1970: Who drummer Keith Moon accidentally ran over & killed his bodyguard Neil Boland while trying to escape a gang of skinheads outside of a pub in Hatfield, U.K.
1989: Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic married longtime girlfriend Shelli Dilley in Tacoma, WA. The couple would divorce in 1999.
1980: Tim Hardin, writer of songs “If I Were a Carpenter” and “Reason to Believe” died of heroin & morphine overdose in Los Angeles. He was 39 years old.
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