On this day in 1968, the Jefferson Airplane appeared on the cover of “Life” magazine. Soon after, they recorded a live album. What was it called?
Answer: Bless Its Pointed Little Head
Here’s the rest of today’s Rock N’ Roll Diary!
1968: The Jefferson Airplane appeared on the cover of Life magazine.
1969: Jimi Hendrix performed a benefit concert for the Martin Luther King Memorial Fund.
1984: Bruce Springsteen’s video “Dancing in the Dark” was filmed at St. Paul’s Civic Center. There were 200 extras on hand, as well as Courtney Cox, who played the part of the girl invited by Bruce onto the stage.
1992: Bonnie Raitt opened a show at Wembley Stadium in London that featured Eric Clapton and Elton John. She was the only opening act that both of the headliners had wanted.
1997: George Harrison had an operation to remove a benign growth from his neck.
Checking the WZLX ticket stash…
1972: Arlo Guthrie was on the Boston Common.
1974: The Grateful Dead played the Garden.
1976: It was Atlanta Rhythym Section at Paul’s Mall.
1996: The Allman Brothers played Great Woods.