May 25 : This Day in Music History Miscellaneous

This Day in Music History
Miscellaneous
May 25

1965 : Dave Davies of The Kinks falls and injures himself onstage in Cardiff, Wales, forcing cancellation of the group's tour.

1970 : Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green plays his last official show with the band, although he did fill in a few years later when they lost their lead guitarist.

1973 : Carole King, at the end of a 12-show tour, gives a free concert for 100,000 fans in New York's Central Park.

1978 : Keith Moon performs for the last time with The Who at the Shepperton Film Studio in England for the movie, "The Kid's Are Alright". He dies a few weeks later.

1998 : "Ramsey Lewis Week" is declared in Chicago.
 

2002 : The mosh pit goes horribly wrong at an Eminem concert in Washington, D.C.’s RFK Stadium, and at least 25 people are injured.

2004 : Phish announces it is splitting up after 21 years. They get back together in 2009.
 

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