January 13th 1968, Johnny Cash played a show, which was recorded, for his forthcoming live album at Folsom Prison, near Sacramento, California in front of 2,000 inmates. When released, the lead single, ‘Folsom Prison Blues’ (an update of his 1956 hit) became one of the most famous recordings of his career.
July 28th 1956 : Gene Vincent makes his first national TV appearance, singing “Be-Bop-a-Lula” on NBC’s The Perry Como Show
Also on July 28th : 1957 : Jerry Lee Lewis makes his first national TV appearance, singing “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” on NBC’s The Steve Allen Show.
In my searches I was not able to find any video footage to share here of either performance.
July 24th 1972 : Bobby Ramirez, drummer with Edgar Winter’s White Trash, is beaten to death in a Chicago barroom brawl after several patrons complain about the length of his hair. He was 23 at the time of his passing.
Born July 24th 1942, Heinz Burt bassist from surf group the Tornadoes. Heinz died in April 7th 2000, aged 57 following a stroke.
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Listened to this in it’s entirety today and I loved it! A return to form for the Descendents. Not as serious or personal as 2004’s “Cool To Be You.” I am glad it’s finally coming out after years of talk about a new album. One of my favorite bands and some of the greatest shows I have ever seen.
May 4th 1886 : The graphophone, a link between the earlier gramophone and the modern phonograph, is patented, featuring wax cylinders which conducted music better than Thomas Edison’s original tinfoil ones.
Join me in wishing a Happy 78th Birthday to Legendary Surf Guitarist Dick Dale!
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I was watching videos of Carl Palmer drum solos a few weeks ago on youtube. I thought a lot of these videos were very cool as I really enjoy listening/watching Palmer play. I call Justin (9) over and say hey check this out as he has mentioned wanting to play the drums. About a minute in he goes “this guy sucks” and walks away lol. I was shocked but thought it was funny. He is only 9 and maybe not ready for that style of drumming.
This, all 29+ minutes of Karn Evil 9 is just one of many great reasons why Mr Palmer is such a great drummer to me.
A customer came into the record shop last weekend and purchased this. He started to talk about the record and told me Dave Edmunds was in the group. Which I had no idea. He then told me to put it on. I like some Edmunds work but don’t know a whole lot about him. But this. It was fun learning a side of Dave Edmunds I had never heard previously. Even better that’s one of the perks of working in a record shop. You can explore so much not only on your own time but also while a conversation starts with a customer that ends up turning you on to something you may not have heard or given a chance to prior.
I had an amazing 2015. I got married to an amazing woman in Chalah. We expanded our family with Jamison. I got to do many great things with our huge family.
There was finally a new Star Wars. I got to see many great shows. Stevie Wonder, The Woggles, The Fleshtones and Micky Dolenz top the list of best shows I’ve seen during the year. Now looking forward to an even more amazing 2016! Happy New YEAR everyone!