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This Day In Rock: June 21

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This Day In Rock: June 21

1966 The Rolling Stones file a 4.9 million dollar lawsuit against 14 New York hotels for banning them, claiming that the ban was “injurious to the group’s reputation and discriminatory in violation of New York’s Civil Rights law.”
1972 Gary Glitter appeared on Top Of The Pops and performed his hit “Rock & Roll Part 2”.
1973 Bread, led by David Gates, give their final concert in Salt Lake City.
1981 Steely Dan announced they were breaking up.
2001 Legendary Blues pioneer John Lee Hooker died at the age of 83.
2011 People magazine reported that 75-year-old Glen Campbell had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.


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