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In 2015, Neil Young previewed his”Rock Starbucks” on the Democracy Now website.
2014, Buffalo Bills called for a Bon Jovi boycott after Jon Bon Jovi expressed an interest in buying the Bills and moving them to Toronto.
In 2013, in a ceremony at the White House, Carole King became the first woman to receive the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
In 2010, VH1 aired Dedicated To Dio in honor of the life and musical career of Ronnie James Dio who died of stomach cancer a week earlier.
In 2009, ABC’s Good Morning America kicked off their summer concert series with a live performance by Green Day in New York’s Central Park.
In 2007, the Smashing Pumpkins played their first show in more than six years in Paris.
In 2006, in Las Vegas, 62-year old singer Mary Wilson, an original member The Supremes, underwent successful heart bypass surgery.
In 2002, Rosie O’Donnell hosted the last episode of her original talk show series. The syndicated daytime hit had run six years.
Also in 2001, the final episode of the sitcom “3rd Rock from the Sun” aired on NBC.
In 2001, actor Whitman Mayo, best remembered as Grady on TV’s Sanford and Son, suffered a fatal heart attack at age 70.
In 1999, demand turned Bruce Springsteen‘s five show gig in July at New Jersey’s Continental Airlines Arena into a 15 show stand.
In 1997, the Fleetwood Mac lineup of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks reunited.
In 1996, Garth Brooks celebrated his 60-millionth album sold with a 1960’s theme party in Nashville.
In 1995, the Laverne and Shirley show’s 20th anniversary reunion special was televised.
Still on this date in 1992, members of the rap group NWA were arrested after a brawl in a New Orleans hotel lobby
Also in 1992, Ringo Starr released “Time Takes Time,” his first studio album in nine years.
In 1989, independent record promoter Ralph Tashjian became the first person ever convicted under the 29-year-old U-S payola law.
In 1987, singer Roy Orbison performed his smash hit ‘Oh Pretty Woman’ on NBC-TV’s “Saturday Night Live.”
In 1986, Cher called David Letterman an ass**** as she guested on his NBC-TV “Late Night” show.
In 1985, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “Everything She Wants,” by Wham.
In 1984, the final episode of “Hart to Hart” aired on ABC-TV.
In 1981, Darryl Hall & John Oates‘ second #1 single “Kiss on My List” was certified Gold.
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