Today In Rock History…June 27th

Published On June 27, 2017 | By Connor Hutchinson | Rock Lounge, Today In Rock History

In 1995, Neil Young released his 23rd album Mirror Ball which featured Pearl Jam as his backing band. It went on to peak at number five on the album chart & be certified Gold.

In 1994, Aerosmith became the first big name band to release a song, titled “Head First” on the internet as a free download. The song was available on CompuServe for one week & fans had to endure an hour’s worth of download time to hear the song.

In 1978, UNICEF named Kansas as their first musical ambassadors of goodwill.

 

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