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5 years ago
On the fourth and final leg of their 100-date Global Spirit Tour, Depeche Mode play at Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile, South America.
On his ÷ Tour, Ed Sheeran plays the second of two days at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Oceania, supported by Missy Higgins.
On the North American leg of their Decades World Tour Nightwish play at Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
On their Villains World Tour, Queens Of The Stone Age play at The Observatory North Park, San Diego, California, USA.
On their 135-date Wonderful Wonderful tour, The Killers play at Espacio Idesa, Asuncion, Paraguay, South America.
Highly Suspect play at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Europe.
10 years ago
Joe Bonamassa plays at The Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, Holland, Europe.
Dionne Warwick files for bankruptcy in New Jersey, USA, owing over $10m in taxes.
Singer-songwriter Phildel is the musical guest on BBC tv show Breakfast, live from Media City, Salford Quays, Manchester, UK, to promote her debut album, The Disappearance Of The Girl.
Biffy Clyro play at The LG Arena, Birmingham, UK.
On her Set The World On Fire Tour, Alicia Keys plays at The New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
On her Diamonds World Tour, Rihanna plays at The Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Kenny Rogers plays at The Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach, California, USA.
International Blue, a project aimed at re-establishing the lost art of pop crooning, is launched at Abbey Road Studios, London, UK. The project features music written by Stephen Emmer with vocals and lyrics by Liam McKahey, Glenn Gregory and Neil Crossley, and production by Tony Visconti.
Universal Music Publishing Group in Santa Monica, California, USA, announces that six-time Grammy winner Glenn Frey of The Eagles has been signed to an exclusive worldwide publishing deal [excluding the USA].
Bastille play at Rock City, Nottingham, UK.
25 years ago
Crystal Ball - a four-CD set of jams and previously unreleased tracks by Prince peaks at No62 in the USA. The increasingly independent artist is currently without a manager or a major label deal.
50 years ago
Led Zeppelin play at The Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany, Europe.
Neil Young plays the second of three nights at Winterland, San Francisco, California, USA.
Country Joe McDonald And His All Star Band play at The Pauley Ballroom, Berkeley, California, USA.
Traffic play at York University, York, UK, supported by Spooky Tooth.
Country Joe McDonald and his All Star Band play at the Pauley Ballroom, Berkeley, Calfornia, USA.
75 years ago
Paul Ambach is born in Antwerp, Belgium, Europe. As well as establishing an international reputation as blues singer and pianist Boogie Boy, Ambach will enjoy major success as a concert promoter via his company Make It Happen, which will organise shows by artists as diverse as Michael Jackson and The Rolling Stones.
The Eddie Duchin Orchestra with vocalist Patricia Norman records a version of the Louis Armstrong-composed song Ol' Man Mose for Columbia Records in the USA. Miss Norman's vocal appears to use the words "Fuck it!" several times, which will boost the song's sales to 170,000 at a time when sales of 20,000 were considered massive. This is widely believed to have been the first time that the F-word was used on a recording which was for sale to the general public.
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