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Iron Man 2 opens in U.S. theaters. The soundtrack features AC/DC’s "Highway To Hell," "The Razor's Edge," "Let There Be Rock" and "Shoot To Thrill.” There are also soundtrack contributions from Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello. 2010


Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann is born in Palo Alto, CA. 1946.


"I Got A Woman" is Ray Charles first #1 on the R&B chart. Elvis Presley covers the song and The Beatles make it a pre-fame show staple. 1955
Marty Wilson-Piper, guitarist for The Church, enters the world. 1958


Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell enters the world. 1961


Rolling Stones release their double album “Exile on Main Street.” The best thing on it is “Rip This Joint.” 1972

George Harrison releases “Give Me Love.” It goes to #1. 1973

We are just prisoners here of our own device. “Hotel California” tops the Billboard Hot 100. Don Felder is responsible for the 12-string guitar intro on the Eagles classic. 1977

“Back In The Saddle” lands in the Top 40, but just barely. The Aerosmith track peaks at #38. 1977


Black Sabbath, with vocalist Ronnie James Dio, begin a four night stand at London’s Hammersmith Odeon Theater in London to promote their “Heaven & Hell” LP. 1980

Aerosmith’s "Angel" gets to #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. 1988


A Georgia couple sues Ozzy Osbourne claiming his music (especially “Suicide Option”) drove their son to take his life. The judge tosses the case. 1991

John Frusciante leaves the Red Hot Chili Peppers. As a result, he is airbrushed out of a Rolling Stone magazine cover shot of the band. The guitarist rejoins RHCP six years later but departs again in ’08 (though it is not announced until ’09). 1992

Pantera’s eighth studio album, “The Great Southern Trendkill,” is out. Due to tension and conflicts within the band, Phil Anselmo records his vocals in New Orleans while the rest of the band lays down tracks in Dallas. 1996


The Who’s Pete Townshend is cleared on charges of possessing pornographic images. He is cautioned and placed on England’s national register of sex offenders for five years. Townshend claims he was downloading child porn as part of a research project related to his forthcoming autobiography. 2003

Hoobastank land their first Top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with "The Reason." It anchors the #10 spot. 2004

“Holiday,” the third single from Green Day’s seventh studio album, “American Idiot,” is out. The track goes on to top both the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and Alternative Song charts. 2005

System Of A Down perform "B.Y.O.B." and "Chop Suey!" on NBC's Saturday Night Live. Guitarist-singer Daron Malakian screams an expletive that is broadcast uncensored. Even so, western civilization remains intact. 2005

The Who's Roger Daltrey performs at the closing ceremony for Arsenal’s stadium, known as Highbury, in London. Daltrey sings "Highbury Highs," after Arsenal plays its final game at the venue. "I'm more excited about this than I was about playing Woodstock!" claims Daltrey. 2006

The Long Run. A wrongful-termination lawsuit brought by Don Felder against his former Eagles bandmates is settled. No details are released. The guitarist was fired from the band in February '01. 2007

Is Amy Lee really that hard to get along with? The announcement comes that Evanescence guitarist John LeCompt and drummer Rocky Gray have left the band. "We shared some great times together playing live, but they were ready to move on and so we have parted ways," claims singer Lee in a written statement. But there are always two sides. LeCompt says he was fired "without any warning." Gray states that he quit. Later, Lee returns to the subject adding, "They were very vocal about the fact that they didn't really care about Evanescence at all and just stayed around for the money." 2007

Def Leppard's “Songs From the Sparkle Lounge” enters the Billboard 200 at #5 in its first week out. Selling 55,000 copies, the album is the band's 11th straight release to reach the Top 20. 2008

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band play a benefit concert at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ. They perform “Darkness On The Edge Of Town” and “Born To Run” albums in their entirety. That is "something we've never done before and you're not gonna see anywhere else," claims The Boss. The event raises more than $3 million with proceeds going to support and pay for renovations to the historic venue, which hosted numerous Springsteen concerts. 2008

The National Association of Recording Merchandisers honor Jackson Browne and Blues legend B.B. King at organization's 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner in San Francisco. Browne receives the Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award, while King is presented with the Chairman's Award for Sustained Creative Achievement. 2008

Comcast offers exclusive Green Day content via the On Demand television service and comcast.net. 10 songs from a club show at the Fox Theater in Oakland are presented with more than 30 of the band's videos. 2009

Apple approves NIN: Access iPhone application. The computer company had rejected the app update due to objectionable material, but Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor responds arguing that Apple's decision is hypocritical because its iTunes store sells NIN albums with expletive lyrics. 2009


Blur drummer Dave Rowntree loses his bid to become an MP in England’s parliamentary elections. Rowntree stood as the Labour Party candidate for the Cities of London and Westminster, and received 8,188 votes. His opponent, Conservative Party candidate Mark Field, obtained 19,264 votes. "I came second, vote held up well," says Rowntree. 2010

The Eagles perform at Universal Studios in Hollywood to honor philanthropists Shelli and Irving Azoff as they receive the 2011 Spirit of Life Award presented by City of Hope. The Eagles were the first major act Azoff managed on his way to becoming an industry legend. City of Hope raises money for research, treatment, and education programs for life threatening diseases including cancer, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS. 2011

A rather ugly bust of Bruce Springsteen titled "Soulful Humanitarian" is unveiled in Asbury Park. Created by Stephen Zorochin and sponsored by the Arts Coalition of Asbury Park (ArtsCAP) and the Shore Institute of Contemporary Arts (SICA), the sculpture is on display for five months. 2011

The first Carolina Rebellion Festival takes place in Charlotte, NC at the Metrolina Expo. The lineup features Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack, Three Days Grace, Stone Sour, Seether and Bullet For My Valentine. 2011

Alice Cooper, actor Johnny Depp, Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) and Joe Perry (Aerosmith) jam at the Dark Shadows premiere party. The quartet performs The Beatles' "Come Together," Cooper's "No More Mr. Nice Guy," Pink Floyd's "Another Brick In The Wall" and Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love,” for an exclusive audience. 2012

“Unstoppable Momentum,” the fourteenth studio album by guitarist Joe Satriani, is out. 2013

Rod Stewart’s “Time,” his first album of new material in almost 20 years, is released. "Just a good, old-fashioned Rod Stewart album (with) a lot of mandolin and acoustic (guitar) and fiddles and good storytelling," says the singer. 2013

Carlos Santana is inducted into the House of Blues Las Vegas' Blues God Ceiling. The ceiling features clay busts of Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and Janis Joplin. 2013

As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis is arrested after he allegedly asks an undercover detective to murder his estranged wife. 2013

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