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The Rock History Report for June 10th
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The Rock History Report for June 10th

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1966 – The Beatles first employed a reversed tape loop in their song “Rain.” The song was the B-side to their single, “Paperback Writer.”

1976 – A Seattle Wings concert set a record for the largest indoor concert crowd. 67,100 fans gathered to watch Paul McCartney & Co. perform.

1977 – The Clash’s Joe Strummer and Topper Headon were arrested after painting the name of their band on a wall in London.

1978 – Joe Walsh released the song “Life’s Been Good.”

1992 – A Los Angeles judge dismissed a $25 million palimony suit filed by Kelly Emberg against Rod Stewart.

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