2013 – Black Sabbath announce the title of the their new album as ’13’ on This Day in Rock Music History! FROM: http://www.music-news.com/ShowNews.asp?nItemID=61581 Today, the 13th of January 2013, rock legends BLACK SABBATH have announced the title of their new album, 13, which will be released this June (exact date TBA). The original BLACK SABBATH–OZZY […]
2013 – Elvis Presley and The Beatles top the list of most-forged celebrity signatures on This Day in Rock Music History! An Unprecedented less than half of their autographs for sale are certified as genuine at memorabilia authenticators PSA/DNA. Others on the list are, President John F. Kennedy, Astronaut Neil Armstrong and late pop star […]
2012 – Stevie Wonder donated $100,000 to girl Battling Cancer on This Day in Rock Music History! Stevie was performing at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, and invited the little girl up on stage to present her with a check. S.tevie perform. “Isn’t She Lovely” for Jasmine when she responded by grabbing the mic […]
2012 – Adele fails to register her newborn baby in England on This Day in Rock Music History! Adele and partner Simon Konecki welcomed the newborn on October 19th of this year. The couple now face charges up to $1600.00 for failing to register the baby within a 6 week period.
2012 – Randy Blythe from ‘Lamb of God’ is charged over the death of a fan at a concert in Prague in 2010 on This Day in Rock! The singer was accused of pushing the fan off stage during a show in the Czech Republic. The fan hit his head when he fell to the […]
2012 – Lady Gaga is offered $4.8 million to star in Ben Stiller’s follow-up to Zoolander on This Day in Rock History! Zoolander 2 will be the reprisal of Ben Stiller’s role as Derek Zoolander, the hilariously funny comedy that shed new light on a very mysterious industry… possibly more than the music industry. Also […]
2012 – Paul McCartney receives France’s highest public distinction on This Day in Rock Music History! Honored for his contributions in music from President Francois Hollande by making him an officer of the Legion of Honour at the presidential palace. McCartney, who turned 70. this year, joins the company of greats Clint Eastwood and Robert […]
2012 – Cher Lloyd rushes off stage after being struck with a bottle of urine(eeeeeuww) during her V Festival performance in Chelmsford, Essex on This Day in Rock! Cher was singing her second song on the Arena Stage at the Hylands Park venue, when she was hit, but after composing herself she later returned to […]
2012 – Scott McKenzie (born Philip Wallach Blondheim, January 10, 1939 – August 18, 2012) died on This Day in Rock Music History! was an American singer. He was best known for his 1967 hit single and generational anthem, “San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)”. Scott McKenzie co-wrote “Kokomo” (1988), a […]
2012 – Elton John’s Bassist, Bob (Robert Wayne) Birch, is dead from Suicide on This Day in Rock Music History! Found in LA at 1am, Birch was an accomplished musician having won scholastic awards and playing several instruments including Saxophone and Bass Guitar. He became Elton’s bassist on February 14, 1992. Birch also performed with […]
2012 – Elton John is no. 1 on the UK Album charts on This Day in Rock Music History! Elton is joined by Pnau on ‘Good monring to the Night’.
2012 – Bruce Springsteen with Paul McCartney performs in London’s Hyde Park and gets plug pulled on This Day in Rock Music History! A concert which was turning out to be most epic, was shut down by organizers just as Beatle Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen were peaking the 3 hour mark. Bruce had worked […]