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 04/21 1969: Janis Joplin appeared at The Royal Albert Hall, London, (her first London appearance). The opening act was Yes.

Photo credit: Everett collection

04/22: 1964: The President of The National Federation Of Hairdressers offered a free haircut to the next No.1 group in the UK pop charts. He said 'The Rolling Stones are the worst, one of them looks as if he's got a feather duster on his head.' and in  1950, Born on this day, Peter Frampton, guitar, vocals, The Herd, Humble Pie, & solo. Worked with David Bowie, George Harrison, Harry Nilsson.


04/23 1936: Born on this day, Roy Orbison. Many people assumed Roy was going blind, but he was anything but. His trademark dark glasses he began wearing in 1963, just before a British tour with The Beatles. Along with Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, and George Harrison, Orbison was a member of The Traveling Wilburys. and 1960: Born on this day, Steve Clark (Def Leppard). Steve Clark was dubbed "The Riff-Master" because of his ability to make lots of catchy riffs for the band, many of which were not recorded to songs. Clark and Collen were known as "The Terror Twins," a reference to Aerosmith's Toxic Twins.


04/24 2007: US President George W. Bush is denied a luxury suite at the Imperial Hotel in Vienna when Mick Jagger, in town with The Rolling Stones on a tour, books it first.

04/25 1999: It's Joe DiMaggio Day at Yankee Stadium, and Paul Simon performs Mrs. Robinson, which contains the classic line, "Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?"