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Thursday, December 15, 2005

This Day In Music

From ThisDayInMusic.com and Billboard.com
2003, Courtney Love was sentenced to 18 months in drug rehabilitation after she admitted being under the influence of cocaine and opiates. She was banned from taking non-prescription drugs, drinking alcohol or being in places that serve alcohol.
Yeah, that worked real well for her.
1999, Boy George was knocked unconscious when a mirror ball fell on his head during a show in Dorset, England.
Too bad it wasn't a bowling ball.
1988, James Brown was sentenced to six years in prison for various offences including possession of weapons and resisting arrest, after leading police on an interstate car chase.
Do ya feel good now James?
1984, Do They Know Its Christmas' by Band Aid entered the chart at No.1 and stayed at the Top for five weeks. It became the biggest selling UK single of all time with sales over 3 and a half million.
Where's a car bomb when you really need one?
1979, Pink Floyd started a five week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Another Brick In The Wall, (part 2).'
Another of my favorite albums of all time.
1944 - An airplane carrying bandleader Glenn Miller, 40, disappears over the English Channel en route from Bedford, England, to Paris.
Yes, I listen to Glenn Miller music too.

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