June 19 : This Day in Music History Miscellaneous

This Day in Music History
Miscellaneous
June 19

1965 : The Who, Spencer Davis, Marianne Faithfull appear at the Uxbridge Folk & Blues Festival.

1973 : Edgar Winter's "Frankenstein" is certified gold.

2004 : An audience member hurls a lollipop on stage while David Bowie is performing in Oslo, Norway. The lollipop wedges itself in David Bowie's left eye (which already has an enlarged and frozen pupil following a childhood fight). Bowie halts the concert to remove the lollipop. Luckily, he escapes serious injury.

2010 : The Backstreet Boys join New Kids On The Block at NKOTB's show in Radio City Music Hall. The response was so great that the reformed bands began touring together: as NKOTBSB.

Texts from calendar.songfacts.com

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