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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

This Day In Music

From billboard.com:
2001 - Following a battle with cancer that began in 1998, Beatles' lead guitarist George Harrison dies from his ailment at the age of 58.
He had a couple good songs, but a lot of his solo stuff was - well, boring.
2000 - In the penultimate show of its storied 13-year career, the Smashing Pumpkins say a long and loud goodbye at Chicago's United Center, where they rip through three hours of big hits, a few rarities, and several acoustic numbers.
Interesting band. I can take or leave them.
1995 - Then Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar weds model Kari Karte atop a San Francisco-area mountain. Bandmates Eddie and Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony and their wives are among the guests.
Sammy, Diamond Dave - I like the band with either one as the front man. As long as Eddy is playing, they are still good. Except when they had Cherone.
1964 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Ringo," Lorne Greene. Greene, star of the NBC show "Bonanza," is only the second Canadian to have a No. 1 hit in the United States.
Pa Cartwright sang? I did not know that.

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