Today in Rock History: November 7th

Published On November 7, 2017 | By Matt Sampaio | Rock Lounge, Today In Rock History

2006: Genesis announced that they would be reuniting for tours of Europe and North America in 2007.

2003: The Rolling Stones performed in Hong Kong for the first time, performing a concert to quell fear of the SARS epidemic. Neil Young was the opener & they performed together again two days later.

2002: Twelve Guns N’ Roses fans were arrested for rioting after a concert scheduled to take place in Vancouver was cancelled. Promoters cancelled the concert due to Axl Rose’s flight from Los Angeles being delayed.

1991: Frank Zappa was diagnosed with prostate cancer which was announced by his children Moon Unit & Dweezil.

1974: Ted Nugent won the U.S. National Squirrel Shooting Archery Contest. Nugent picked off a squirrel from 150 yards & gunned down over two dozen other live moving targets.

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