Monday, November 20, 2017


  • Joe Walsh ("Life's Been Good" and Eagles member) is 70
  • Norman Greenbaum ("Spirit In The Sky") is 75
  • The late Duane Allman of the Allman Brothers Band ("Ramblin Man") is born in 1946
  • David Crosby of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash receives a liver transplant in Los Angeles, 1994
  • Charlie Daniels undergoes prostate cancer surgery in Nashville, 2001
  • Billy Joel undergoes double-hip replacement surgery in a Long Island, New York hospital, 2010
  • A 19 year-old audience member fills-in at a San Francisco Who concert when drummer Keith Moon collapses, 1973
  • Augusta, Georgia dedicates "James Brown Boulevard" to their native son, 1993
  • Rush is saluted on the Hollywood Rock Walk, 2012
  • Bo Diddley sings "Bo Diddley" on Ed Sullivan's CBS-TV show, after agreeing to sing "Sixteen Tons" (sparking Ed's ire), 1955
  • Jerry Lee Lewis appears (as himself) on an episode of ABC-TV's "T.J. Hooker", 1982
  • Bob Dylan begins recording his first, self-titled, album, 1961