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  • This Day in Music History: November 7th

    2008: Def Leppard & Taylor Swift’s performance together on CMT Crossroads premiered. The program showed them performing four of Swift’s songs & four Def Leppard songs.


    2006: Genesis announced that they would be reuniting for tours of Europe and North America in 2007.

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  • This Day in Music History: November 6th

    1993: Pearl Jam entered the Billboard 200 Album Chart at number one with their sophomore album Vs. The band also set a record for most copies of an album sold in one week, which has since been broken.


    1993: Rush entered the Billboard 200 Album Chart at number two with their fifteenth studio album Counterparts which was Rush’s highest charting album in the U.S. along with 2012’s Clockwork Angels which also debuted at number two. 

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  • This Day in Music History: November 5th

    2000: The Who made a guest appearance on The Simpsons’ 250th episode. Pete Townshend didn’t voice himself as he thought somebody else would like in Yellow Submarine. Townshend’s brother Paul provided the voice of Pete.


    1999: It was announced that Gary Cherone was no longer the singer for Van Halen, after recording just one album with the band, 1998’s Van Halen III.

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  • This Day in Music History: November 4th

    2002: Elton John & Bernie Taupin received the Music Industry Trusts Award in the U.K in recognition of their contribution to music in the U.K. Previous recipients of the award include Ahmet Ertegun, George Martin & Andrew Lloyd Webber.


    1992: The Talking Heads’ Chris Frantz & Tina Weymouth became first time parents as their son Robert was born.

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  • Fox Blox: November 3rd

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    We are officially on our way to winter with the Daylight Savings change yesterday. "Roll Back Time"! Read More
  • This Day in Music History: November 3rd

    2004: During a ceremony at Buckingham Palace, Eric Clapton was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for “contribution to British life”. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 31st

    1998: Kiss kicked off their tour in support of Psycho Circus the first album with their original lineup in 18 years at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles with the Smashing Pumpkins opening for them. This was the first concert tour to have 3-D visual effects. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 30th

    2010: At Jon Stewart & Stephen Colbert’s Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear in Washington, D.C., Cat Stevens performed “Peace Train” & Ozzy Osbourne performed “Crazy Train” in proxy battle by Stewart & Colbert between sanity & fear. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 29th

    2003: Joan Jett appeared on Crossing Over with John Edward to serve as a psychic conduit for friends to hear from their daughter who recently passed away. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 28th

    2003: At a Pearl Jam concert in Santa Barbara, CA, Chris Cornell joined them onstage for an impromptu reunion of the supergroup Temple of the Dog for renditions of “Hunger Strike” and “Reach Down”. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 27th

    2003: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers received the Legend Award at the 2003 Radio Music Awards. Stevie Nicks presented the group with the award. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 24th

    2005: Poison guitarist C.C. DeVille was sentenced to 80 days in jail after pleading no contest to DUI charges after being arrested for running into a parked car in August. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 23rd

    1999: Santana reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the first time with “Smooth” a duet with Matchbox Twenty singer Rob Thomas which spent twelve weeks at number one. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 22nd

    1998: Bob Dylan performed a sold out concert in his hometown of Duluth, MN at the Duluth Entertainment Center. It was Dylan’s first concert in many years near his hometown of Hibbing. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 21st

    2011: Free and Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers became a Canadian citizen during an hour long ceremony at Central City tower in Surrey, BC. Rodgers has been married to former Miss Canada Cynthia Kereluk since 2007. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 20th

    2001: The Concert for New York City took place at Madison Square Garden. Many of the attendees were families and members of the New York Fire & Police Departments. Some of the artists that appeared included Paul McCartney, The Who, David Bowie, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Bon Jovi, James Taylor, Billy Joel and John Mellencamp. Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 14th

    2007: Ted Nugent made a voice cameo on The Simpsons where he was on the phone telling a prisoner voiced by Steve Buscemi to vote no on a fictional proposition that banned crossbows in public schools, a jab on Nugent’s political stance. Read More
  • Fox Blox: October 10th

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    Today is David Lee Roth's 60th birthday. Read More
  • Fox Blox: October 9th

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    Today would be John Lennon's 74th birthday. Read More
  • Fox Blox: October 8th

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    In 1977, Steve Hackett announced he was leaving the group Genesis for a solo career. Read More
  • Fox Blox: October 7th

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    Toto releases their first single "Hold the Line"  Read More
  • This Day in Music History: October 3rd

    2006: Former Kiss guitarist Vinnie Vincent lost a Supreme Court appeal in a dispute with former bandmates over royalties for his contributions in the group’s 1983 album Lick It Up. 


    2000: Benjamin Orr, bassist and one of the vocalists for The Cars died of pancreatic cancer at his home in Atlanta, GA. He was 53 years old.

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  • This Day in Music History: October 2nd

    2004: During a Pearl Jam concert in Toledo, OH as part of the Vote for Change tour, Neil Young & Peter Frampton made surprise appearances to perform “All Along the Watchtower”, “Act Of Love”, “Cortez The Killer”, & “Rockin’ in the Free World” with Pearl Jam.


    1998: Cheap Trick was inducted into Hollywood’s Rockwalk. The induction was hosted by Los Angeles DJ Jim Ladd and all members of the band added their handprints except for singer Robin Zander who wasn’t feeling well.

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  • This Day in Music History: October 1st

    2005: Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley joined Pearl Jam onstage during their concert at the Borgata Events Center in Atlantic City for a rendition of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World”. Read More
  • Today in Classic Rock History 9-11-14

    Never Forget September 11, 2001

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