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This Day in Music History: May 25th


1978: The Who performed a secret concert for fan club members at London’s Shepperton Film Studios for their documentary The Kids Are Alright. This would be Keith Moon’s last performance with The Who.

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This Day in Music History: May 22nd


1979: Cheap Trick received their first Platinum album for At Budokan, which was initially only released in Japan & only released in the U.S. after import copies sold well.

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This Day in Music History: May 21st


1980: Joe Strummer is arrested after The Clash performed in Hamburg, Germany. Strummer was arrested for smashing a guitar over the head of an audience member.

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Fox Block May 20th

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The top 3 banned Songs in Classic Rock history!! Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 20th


1995: After a four year courtship, Don Henley of The Eagles married model Sharon Summerall in Malibu, CA. Guests included Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen & Sting.

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Fox Blox May19

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It's Pete Townshend's birthday, we celebrate with three classic Who tunes at 5. Check out the rare "My Generation" video Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 19th


1992: Aerosmith donated $10,000 to MIT in Boston to fund an explicit exhibition of photographs & sculptures after the National Endowment for the Arts pulled support.

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Fox Blox May 18

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It's a "before and after" Fox Block today Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 18th


1974: The Who headlined The Summer of ’74 festival at the Charlton Athletic Football Ground in London. Also on the bill were Lou Reed, Humble Pie and Bad Company.

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This Day in Music History: May 15th


1974: The Rolling Stones’ bassist Bill Wyman released his debut solo album Monkey Grip. Wyman was the first member of the Stones to release a solo album.

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This Day in Music History: May 14th


1968: John Lennon & Paul McCartney appeared on The Tonight Show to announce the formation of Apple Corps, that they just returned from India for meditation and that The Beatles would begin recording The White Album when they returned to the U.K.

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Fox Blox: May 13

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Songs from towns that Stamford's Bobby Valentine has managed baseball. It's his birthday today Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 13th


1989: Bon Jovi reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the fourth and final time with “I’ll Be There for You” which spent one week on top of the chart.

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Fox Blox: May 12

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It's a Billy Squire and Steve Winwood birthay block today. The Billy Idol video is so 80's awful. The Winwood Spencer Davis clip is a rare video. Steve has been touring, everybody says he's in fine voice Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 12th

1967: The Jimi Hendrix Experience released their debut album Are You Experienced in the U.K. The album would be released in the U.S. in September of the same year.

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FOX BLOX May 11

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Today's Fox Block, songs with 3 letter titles in this the ONLY 3 letter month Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 11th


1972: While appearing on the Dick Cavett Show, John Lennon says that he thinks the FBI is tapping his phone as part of a plan to have him deported from the U.S.

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FOX BLOX May 8

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Crankin 3 songs from Alex Van Halen on his birthday Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 8th


2005: Bruce Springsteen reached the top of the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the sixth time with Devils & Dust which spent one week at number one.

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This Day in Music History: May 7th


1988: Talking Heads peaked at number nineteen on the Billboard 200 Album Chart with their final studio album Naked which went on to go Gold in the U.S.

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Fox Blox May6

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Rock and Roll Hall of famer Bob Segers birthday today. Three awesome tunes from Bob Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 6th


1965: Keith Richards said he fell asleep in a Clearwater, FL hotel room & woke up discovering he’d composed the riff of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” on his tape recorder.

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Fox Blox May 5

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It's Cinco de mayo today, three songs with a shot of tequilla, a Corona, and Jimmy Buffet's favorite drink too Read more...

This Day in Music History: May 5th


1968: Buffalo Springfield performed their final concert at the Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, CA.

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Fox Blox May 4

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You figure out the FOX BLOCK today. I'm not gonna tell you ahead of time. I'll play the three songs, you guess the theme... Read more...