Category Archives: Dell News – Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 19 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 19 in Classic Rock

June 19, 1987�-�Guns N’ Roses perform�their first concert outside of the U.S. at London’s legendary Marquee Club. �They neglect to play “Welcome To The Jungle” or “Sweet Child O’ Mine” in theiMORE

CDJ Today: June 18 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 18 in Classic Rock

June 18, 1984�-�Judas Priest fans take the song “Breaking The Law” to heart when they destroy over $250,000 worth of seat cushions at Madison Square Garden, causing the band to be banned -�for lMORE

CDJ Today: June 17 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 17 in Classic Rock

June 17, 1991�-�Van Halen�release their 9th album,�For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge,�also known as F.U.C.K.��Sammy Hagar titles the album, allegedly wanting to push the issue of�censorshiMORE

CDJ Today: June 16 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 16 in Classic Rock

June 16, 1967�-�The three�day�Monterey Pop Festival�begins and is regarded historically as the start of the “Summer of Love.” �The festival becomes the pre-cursor to Woodstock. �All artiMORE

CDJ Today: June 14 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 14 in Classic Rock

June 14, 1986�-�One fan dies at an�Ozzy Osbourne/Metallica�show at the Long Beach Arena�after falling from a balcony. �Long Beach Police say the man�”fell over backwards because he was pMORE

CDJ Today: June 13 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: June 13 in Classic Rock

June 13, 1983�-�Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble�release their debut album�Texas Flood�which was recorded in only�three days at Jackson Browne’s personal studio. The album�is later�certified double platinum. Click here to read full story »MORE