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This Day in Rock: June 14

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This Day in Rock: June 14

1965 Paul McCartney records “Yesterday” by himself.
1968 23 year old Rod Stewart opened a tour with The Jeff Beck Group at The Fillmore East in New York.
1970 Grand Funk Railroad spends $100,000 for a block long billboard in Times Square for their record, “Closer to Home”.
1980 Billy Joel started a six-week run at #1 on the Billboard Hot 200 with his album “Glass Houses”.
1984 Madame Tussaud’s unveils a model of Boy George on his 23rd birthday.
2009 Bob Bogle, lead guitarist and co-founder of The Ventures, passed away at the age of 75.


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