September 4 : This Day in Music History Miscellaneous

This Day in Music History
Miscellaneous
September 4

1952 : Gladys Knight & The Pips form at a birthday party for her brother Bubba.
 

1959 : After some stabbings in the city, New York radio station WCBS stops playing Bobby Darin's "Mack The Knife".

1963 : Diane Ray collapses during a Nashville recording session and spends a week in a hospital there, suffering from exhaustion.

1964 : The Animals make their U.S. concert debut at New York's Paramount Theatre.

1965 : While The Who shop for a guard dog, their van and $10,000 worth of equipment is stolen.

1968 : "Street Fighting Man" by The Rolling Stones is banned in Chicago and some other cities as local officials fear it will incite riots.

Texts from calendar.songfacts.com

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