On this day in 1985, Bruce Springsteen released “Glory Days” as another single from his humongous “Born in the USA” album. How many Top 10 singles were released from that album?
Here’s the rest of the Rock N’ Roll Diary for June 1:
- 1964: Speaking of The Stones, the band members arrived at JFK airport for their 1st tour of the U.S.
- 1967: One of the greatest albums in classic rock history, The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was released in England. The album marked a music business first by being certified gold on the day of its release with advance orders of 500,000 copies.
- 1973: Paul McCartney’s music found its way to the big screen when his song “Live & Let Die” premiered along with the James Bond movie of the same name.
- 1975: Ron Wood celebrated his 28th birthday by officially joining The Rolling Stones at a concert in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
- 1985: Bruce Springsteen released “Glory Days” as another single from the “Born in the USA” album.
- 1987: The CD version of Sgt. Pepper’s was released.
- 1992: Rod Stewart and his wife model Rachel Hunter had their first child, Renee, in London.