March 30 : This Day in Music History Miscellaneous

This Day in Music History
Miscellaneous
March 30

1966 : In Paris, 85 rioters are arrested at a Rolling Stones concert.
 

1971 : Jimi Hendrix's "The Cry Of Love" is certified gold, six months after his death.

1974 : The Ramones play their first concert at the Performance Studio in New York.
 

1994 : Pink Floyd begins its last world tour, the "Division Bell" tour.

2004 : T.I. turns himself in to police after a warrant is issued for his arrest. The rapper is taken into custody for violating the terms of a previous drug arrest in 1997. He is also charged with distributing cocaine, manufacturing and distributing a controlled substance, and giving authorities a false name. In 2004, T.I. was sentenced to three years in jail for the crimes but was able to convert his sentence to a work release program shortly thereafter.

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