The Rock History Report for July 23rd

1977 – Foreigner released their hit song “Cold As Ice.”

1977 – Judas Priest embarked on their first U.S. tour in Oakland, California, opening for Led Zeppelin.

1980 – Keith Godchaux of The Grateful Dead died from injuries resulting from a motorcycle accident.

1990 – Production started on John Mellencamp’s acting and directing debut, “Falling From Grace.”

1998 – Iron Maiden announced that they had to cancel the rest of a U.S. tour after a doctor told Blaze Bailey not to sing for one month.

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