Today in Rock History…Oct. 30th

Published On October 30, 2017 | By Rob Jenkins | Rock Lounge, Today In Rock History

In 1970 A Miami court sentenced Jim Morrison to six months in jail and gave him a $500 fine for indecent exposure for allegedly flashing an audience in Miami.

In 1971 Pink Floyd released their sixth studio album “Meddle” in the US.

In 1978 Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park the television movie starring Kiss premiered on NBC.

In 1982 Rush had their only U.S. top 40 hit with “New World Man.”  This was the last song written for their album Signals.

In 1982 Men At Work had their 1st #1 song in the U.S. with ‘Who Can It Be Now.”

Happy Birthday to…

Grace Slick-singer for Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship and Starship born in 1939
Chris Slade-drummer for Manfred Mann’s Earth Band and AC/DC born in 1946

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