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The Rock History Report for June 19th

The Rock History Report for June 19th


1976 – Blue Oyster Cult released their album Agents of Fortune.

1977 – Led Zeppelin performed a one-off concert in San Diego between six shows in New York and six gigs in Los Angeles.

1982 – Newly founded supergroup Asia’s self-titled debut topped the albums chart.

1984 – Tickets for a 10-night run by Bruce Springsteen at New Jersey’s Meadowlands Arena went on sale. A day later, 202,000 tickets had been bought by fans.

1986 – The Genesis single “Invisible Touch” hit #3 in the US.

2000 – Professor Patrick Ladd joined Bob Dylan’s group at a show in Portland, Oregon, signing Dylan’s lyrics for the hearing impaired.

2003 – Festival organizers canceled the opening date of the Lollapalooza tour because Jane’s Addiction’s stage wouldn’t fit Michigan’s Ionia County Fairgrounds venue.

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