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    WEEK 21st - 30th NOVEMBER


    November 23, 1999: "MOTLEY CRUE" release "Live: Entertainment Or Death".

    November 23, 1999: "METALLICA" release "S&M".

    November 23, 1999: "LED ZEPPELIN" release "Early Days - The Best Of Led Zeppelin Volume 1".

    November 22, 1997 : "INXS" singer Michael Hutchence is found dead after hanging himself in an Australian hotel.

    November 21, 1967 : "THE WHO" release "The Who Sell Out", known as one of the first "concept" albums, on Decca Records. The album features the classic 'I Can See For Miles'.
    Posted on 2008-11-22 04:05:52 and written by dimitris


    WEEK 21st - 30th NOVEMBER (ROCK BIRTHDAYS)


    November 21, 1940, Dr. John (Mac Rebennac)
    November 21, 1948, Lonnie Jordan (Leroy Jordan) (War)
    November 21, 1950, Livingston Taylor
    November 21, 1968, Alex James (Blur)
    November 21, 1965, Bjork
    November 22, 1942, Steve Caldwell (Orlons)
    November 22, 1946, Aston 'Family man' Barret (Upsetters/Wailers)
    November 22, 1948, Dennis Larden (Every Mother's Son)
    November 22, 1950, Tina Weymouth (Talking Heads)
    November 22, 1950, Little Steven/Miami Steve (Steven Van Zandt) (E Street Band)
    November 22, 1958, Jason Ringenberg (Jason & The Scorchers)
    November 23, 1939, Betty Everett
    November 23, 1954, Bruce Hornsby
    November 23, 1966, Charlie Grover (Sponge)
    November 24, 1868, Scott Joplin
    November 24, 1941, Donald "Duck" Dunn (Booker T. & The M.G.s)
    November 24, 1945, Lee Michaels
    November 24, 1957, Chris Hayes (Huey Lewis & The News)
    November 24, 1966, Joseph "Run" Simmons (Run D.M.C.)
    November 25, 1944, Bob Lind
    November 25, 1946, Bev Bevan (Electric Light Orchestra)
    November 25, 1960, Amy Grant
    November 25, 1966, Stacy Lattislaw
    November 26, 1939, Tina Turner (Annie Mae Bullock)
    November 26, 1945, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac)
    November 27, 1935, Al Jackson (Booker T. & The M.G.s)
    November 27, 1942, Jimi Hendrix (James Marshall Hendrix)
    November 27, 1944, Eddie Rabbitt
    November 27, 1951, Kevin Kavanaugh (Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes)
    November 27, 1959, Charlie Burchill (Simple Minds)
    November 27, 1962, Charlie Benante (Anthrax)
    November 27, 1962, Mike Bordin (Faith No More)
    November 28, 1932, Ray Perkins (Crewcuts)
    November 28, 1929, Berry Gordy Jr. (producer)
    November 28, 1939, Gary Troxel (Fleetwoods)
    November 28, 1940, Bruce Channel
    November 28, 1943, Randy Newman
    November 28, 1944, R.B. Greaves
    November 28, 1949, Paul Shaffer
    November 28, 1962, Matt Cameron (Soundgarden)
    November 28, 1968, Dawn Robinson (En Vogue)
    November 29, 1933, John Mayall
    November 29, 1939, Jerry Yester (The Association)
    November 29, 1940, Chuck Mangione
    November 29, 1941, Denny Doherty (Mamas & Papas)
    November 29, 1944, Felix Cavaliere (Rascals)
    November 29, 1951, Barry Goudreau (Boston)
    November 29, 1968, Martin Carr (Boo Radleys)
    November 29, 1969, Jon Knight (New Kids on The Block)
    November 30, 1929, Dick Clark (American Bandstand)
    November 30, 1937, Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul & Mary)
    November 30, 1937, Frank Ifield
    November 30, 1943, Leo Lyons (Ten Years After)
    November 30, 1944, Rob Grill (Grassroots)
    November 30, 1944, Luther Ingram
    November 30, 1953, June Pointer (Pointer Sisters)
    November 30, 1955, Billy Idol (William Broad)
    Posted on 2008-11-22 04:00:35 and written by dimitris


    WEEK 11th - 20th NOVEMBER


    November 19, 1996 : DANZIG releases his disgrace, "Blackacidevil".

    November 19, 1996 : OZZY OSBOURNE releases the single, "Walk On Water", pulled from the soundtrack to "Beavis & Butthead Do America".

    November 16, 1968 : JIMI HENDRIX's "Electric Ladyland" reaches #1.

    November 16, 1984 : "TRIUMPH" release "Thunder Seven".

    November 15, 2000 : "TESLA" reunite.

    November 14, 1995 : "ALICE IN CHAINS" release their self-titled third record.

    November 12, 1996 : DIO releases "Angry Machines".

    November 11, 1976 : "KISS" release "Rock And Roll Over".

    Posted on 2008-11-11 06:21:04 and written by dimitris


    WEEK 11th - 20th NOVEMBER (ROCK BIRTHDAYS)


    November 11, 1929, LaVern Baker
    November 11, 1939, Albee Galione (Passions)
    November 11, 1944, Jesse Colin Young (Youngbloods)
    November 11, 1945, Chris Dreja (Yardbirds)
    November 11, 1945, Vincent Martell (Vanilla Fudge)
    November 11, 1950, Jim Peterik (Ides Of March/Survivor)
    November 11, 1952, Paul Cowsill (Cowsills)
    November 11, 1953, Andy Partridge (XTC)
    November 12, 1936, Charlotte Davis (Tune Weavers)
    November 12, 1939, Ruby Nash Curtis (Ruby & The Romantics)
    November 12, 1941, Jerry Scholl (Mello-Kings)
    November 12, 1943, Brian Hyland
    November 12, 1943, Jimmy Hayes (Persuasions)
    November 12, 1943, John Maus (Walker Brothers)
    November 12, 1944, Booker T. Jones (Booker T. & the M.G.'s)
    November 12, 1945, Neil Young
    November 12, 1947, Buck Dharma (Donald Roeser) (Blue Oyster Cult)
    November 12, 1964, Dave Ellefson (Megadeth)
    November 12, 1976, Tevin Campbell
    November 13, 1942, John Hammond Jr. (John Paul Hammond)
    November 13, 1951, Bill Gibson (Huey Lewis & The News)
    November 13, 1953, Andrew Rankin (Pogues)
    November 13, 1964, Walter Kibby (Fishbone)
    November 14, 1938, Cornelius Gunter (Flairs/Coasters)
    November 14, 1940, Fred Garrity (Freddie & the Dreamers)
    November 14, 1949, James Young (Styx)
    November 14, 1964, Joseph 'Run' Simmons (Run DMC)
    November 14, 1964, Nic Dalton (Lemonheads)
    November 15, 1932, Petula Clark
    November 15, 1932, Clyde McPhatter (Drifters)
    November 15, 1937, Little Willie John (John Davenport)
    November 15, 1945, Frida Anderson (Abba)
    November 16, 1933, Garnett Mimms
    November 16, 1940, John Ryanes (Monotones)
    November 16, 1943, Winifred Lovett (Manhattans)
    November 16, 1949, Pattie Santos (It's A Beautiful Day)
    November 16, 1967, Ronnie DeVoe (Bell Biv DeVoe)
    November 17, 1938, Gordon Lightfoot
    November 17, 1944, Gene Clark (Byrds/Dillard and Clark)
    November 17, 1942, Bob Gaudio (Four Seasons)
    November 17, 1966, Jeff Buckley
    November 17, 1980, Clarke Isaac Hanson (Hanson)
    November 18, 1936, Hank Ballard
    November 18, 1950, Graham Parker
    November 18, 1960, Kim Wilde
    November 18, 1962, Kirk Hammett (Metallica)
    November 19, 1934, Dave Guard (Kingston Trio)
    November 19, 1937, Ray Collins (Mothers Of Invention)
    November 19, 1938, Hank Medress (Tokens)
    November 19, 1939, Pete Moore (Miracles)
    November 19, 1944, Fred Lipsius (Blood, Sweat & Tears)
    November 19, 1946, Joe Correro Jr. (Paul Revere and The Raiders)
    November 19, 1960, Matt Sorum (The Cult)
    November 19, 1969, Travis McNabb (Better Than Ezra)
    November 19, 1971, Tony Rich
    November 20, 1940, Tony Butalo (Lettermen)
    November 20, 1942, Norman Greenbaum
    November 20, 1945, Dan McBride (Sha Na Na)
    November 20, 1946, Duane Allman (Allman Brothers)
    November 20, 1947, Joe Walsh (James Gang/Eagles)
    Posted on 2008-11-11 06:19:40 and written by dimitris


    WEEK 1st - 10th NOVEMBER


    November 10, 1998 : "KING's X" release "Tape Head".

    November 10, 1969 : "LED ZEPPELIN" "II" goes gold.

    November 9, 1999 : SEBASTIAN BACH releases "Bring 'Em Bach Alive".

    November 8, 1971 : "LED ZEPPELIN" "IV" is released.

    November 8, 1980 : "IRON MAIDEN" release the single 'Women In Uniform'. The first ever Maiden video is filmed for this single.

    November 7, 2000 : Epic Records release STEVE VAI's "The 7th Song album".

    November 4, 1986 : "MEGADETH" released their second album, "Peace Sells...But Who's Buying".

    November 4, 1985 : "AEROSMITH" release "Done With Mirrors".

    November 3, 1997 : "CARCASS" release a two-CD "Best Of" in Japan only.

    November 3, 2000 : "SAVATAGE" announce that singer Zachary Stevens has left the band.

    November 3, 2000 : YNGWIE MALMSTEEN vocalist Mark Boals leaves the band, again.

    November 3, 1984 : "IRON MAIDEN" release the single for "Aces High".

    November 2, 1999 : "OVERKILL" release "Coverkill".
     

    November 2, 1999 : "ALICE IN CHAINS" release "Music Bank".

    November 2, 1999 : "DANZIG" release "6:66 - Satan's Child".

    November 2, 1975 : "KISS Army" is formed.

    November 1, 1974 : "QUEEN" release "Sheer Heart Attack".

    Posted on 2008-11-02 14:34:26 and written by dimitris


    WEEK 1st - 10th NOVEMBER (ROCK BIRTHDAYS)


    November 1, 1945, Rick Gretch (Blind Faith)
    November 1, 1950, Dan Peek, (America)
    November 1, 1951, Ronald Bell (Kool and the Gang)
    November 1, 1957, Lyle Lovett
    November 1, 1959, Eddie MacDonald (The Alarm)
    November 1, 1962, Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
    November 1, 1963, Rick Allen (Def Leppard)
    November 1, 1970, Mags Furuholmen (a-ha)
    November 2, 1937, Earl 'Speedo' Carroll (Cadillacs/Coasters)
    November 2, 1938, Jay Black (David Blatt) (Jay & The Americans)
    November 2, 1941, Brian Poole (Tremeloes)
    November 2, 1941, Bruce Welch (Shadows)
    November 2, 1944, Keith Emerson (Move/Emerson Lake & Palmer)
    November 2, 1947, Dave Pegg (Uglys/Fairport Convention/Jethro Tull)
    November 2, 1952, Maxine Nightingale
    November 2, 1961, k.d. lang
    November 2, 1963, Bobby Dall (Poison)
    November 3, 1946, Nick Simper (Deep Purple)
    November 3, 1948, Lulu
    November 3, 1954, Adam Ant (Stuart Leslie Goddard)
    November 4, 1938, Harry Elston (Friends Of Distinction)
    November 4, 1940, Delbert McClinton
    November 4, 1954, Chris Difford (Squeeze)
    November 5, 1939, Ike Turner (Izear Turner)
    November 5, 1942, Paul Simon
    November 5, 1946, Gram Parsons (Cecil Ingram Conner III) (Byrds/Flying Burrito Bros.)
    November 5, 1947, Peter Noone (Herman's Hermits)
    November 5, 1959, Bryan Adams
    November 5, 1961, David Bryson (Counting Crows)
    November 6, 1933, Joseph Pope (Tams)
    November 6, 1937, Eugene Pitt (Jive Five)
    November 6, 1938, Jim Pike (Lettermen)
    November 6, 1938, P.J. Proby
    November 6, 1941, Doug Sahm (Sir Douglas Quintet)
    November 6, 1947, George Young (Easybeats)
    November 6, 1948, Glenn Frey (Eagles)
    November 6, 1964, Corey Glover (Living Colour)
    November 7, 1937, Mary Travers (Peter, Paul and Mary)
    November 7, 1938, Dee Clark
    November 7, 1942, Johnny Rivers
    November 7, 1943, Joni Mitchell (Roberta Joan Anderson)
    November 8, 1927, Patti Page (Clara Ann Fowler)
    November 8, 1944, Bonnie Bramlett (Delaney & Bonnie)
    November 8, 1945, Donald Murray (Turtles)
    November 8, 1946, Roy Wood (Move)
    November 8, 1948, Minnie Ripperton
    November 8, 1949, Bonnie Raitt
    November 8, 1954, Rickie Lee Jones
    November 8, 1957, Porl Thompson (The Cure)
    November 8, 1961, Leif Garrett
    November 8, 1969, Jimmy Chaney (Jimmy's Chicken Shack)
    November 9, 1941, Tom Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revivial)
    November 9, 1954, Dennis Stratton (Iron Maiden)
    November 9, 1969, Pepa (Sandra Denton) (Salt-n-Pepa)
    November 10, 1947, Greg Lake (King Crimson/Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
    November 10, 1947, Dave Loggins
    November 10, 1949, Donna Fargo
    November 10, 1954, Mario Cipollina (Huey Lewis & The News)
    November 10, 1958, Frank Maudsley (A Flock of Seagulls)
    Posted on 2008-11-02 14:26:38 and written by dimitris