Re: This Day In Rock History
This Day In Rock History: July 13th
1968: Black Sabbath performed their first concert at a blues club in Birmingham, U.K. At the time of this performance they were known as Earth.
1991: Bryan Adams went to number one for a record 16 weeks on the U.K. singles chart with “(Eveything I Do) I Do It for You” a record that still stands to this day.
Stephen Jo Bladd-drummer for The J. Geils Band born in 1942
Roger McGuinn-singer & guitarist for The Byrds born in 1942
Mark Mendoza-bassist for Twisted Sister born in 1955