Rock Source Music Facts Day by Day
Rock Source
 
Follow @RocksourceTweet
get the
ROCKSOURCE
JazDayz App
app
spread the word
Tell a Friend
We have a new website - please visit www.MUSICDAYZ.COM

the year 1962
Neil Sedaka plays at The Peppermint Lounge, Peoria, Illinois, USA. (1962)
more 1962 facts
 
the year 2012
Michael Nesmith plays at Oran Mor, Glasgow, Scotland. (2012)
more 2012 facts
 
         
G u i t a r
San Franciscan twin-guitar band Quicksilver Messenger Service play the second of two nights at The Kinetic Playground, 4812 North Clark Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, USA. (1968)
more Guitar facts
 
C h i c a g o
Jimmy Rogers records If It Ain't Me [Who Are You Thinking Of], with Big Walter Horton on harmonica, Otis Spann on piano and Willie Dixon on bass, in Chicago, IIlinois, USA, for Chess Records. (1956)
more Chicago facts
 
         
T h e   B l u e s
Jimmie Revard And His Oklahoma Playboys record Big Daddy Blues for Bluebird Records in the Texas Hotel, San Antonio, Texas, USA. (1936)
more Blues facts
 
the 1950s
more 1950s facts
 
         
Michael Jackson
On his Bad World Tour, Michael Jackson plays the last of three nights at The Palace of Auburn Hills, Rochester, Minnesota, to an audience of 16,670. (1988)
more Michael Jackson facts
 
Bob Dylan
When Bob Dylan plays a concert at Carnegie Hall, New York City, USA, his parents, Abe and Beatrice ?Beatty? Zimmerman, are in the audience. (1963)
more Bob Dylan facts
 
           
J a z z
Miles Davis has his first recording session for Columbia Records – while he is still under contract to Prestige Records. (1955)
more Jazz facts
 
the year 2011
Coldplay begin their Mylo Xyloto tour with a show for American Express Unstaged, at the Plaza De Toros De Las Ventas, Madrid, Spain, Europe. The show is streamed globally on YouTube. (2011)
more 2011 facts
 
         
the year 1960
Mr Custer by Charlie Drake enters the UK pop singles chart where it will peak at No10. The track is produced by George Martin, who will find fame as producer of The Beatles. (1960)
more 1960 facts
 
the year 1961
The Ray Bryant Septet record Twist On, Twist City and other tracks for Columbia Records in New York City, USA. (1961)
more 1961 facts
 
           
San Francisco
The Great Society re-record new versions of Free Advice and That?s How It Is at Golden State Recorders, San Francisco, California, USA. The group includes vocalist and songwriter Grace Slick, later to join Jefferson Airplane. (1965)
more San Francisco facts
 
Liverpool
more Liverpool facts
 

The Rock Source Archive traces the day by day history of popular music,
and can be customised with relevant music facts for specific requirements :-

by Artist - see RockSource Dylan, Michael Jackson
by Location - promote your City/County RockSource Chicago
by Year- see example RockSource for the year 2011
by Website - see Rocksbackpages- See Rocksbackpages
by Event Venue - ie Wembley Arena, O2 Arena
by Radio Station - daily music facts at your fingertips
by Music Corporation - daily music tie-ins
by Genre - ie Rock n Roll, the Sixties, Blues, Jazz, etc
by other criteria - please ask --> email
show Daily Music Facts on your web page - Click here for details

This website and its content is copyright of The Rock Source Archive. All rights reserved.
You may not, except with our express written permission, distribute or commercially
exploit the content, nor may you transmit it or store it in any form.