“The Beatles” was released on this day in 1968, almost immediately being called “The White Album.” What was the last song recorded for that album?
On this day in 1991 Queen singer Freddie Mercury. What was his final stage appearance with the band?
On this day in 1974, the Rolling Stones were banned from appearing on the BBC because they showed up late! [Personally, I’d put them on the air even if they didn’t come in for a week]. What album would the band have been out promoting at the time?
On this day in 1969, Led Zeppelin released its “Whole Lotta Love” single in America. When did they release it in England?
The Grateful Dead performed at B.U. on this day in 1970. Who opened?
It’s the birthday of Duane Allman, who founded the Allman Brothers Band and died in a motorcycle crash in 1971. How old was he when he died?
In ’02 on this day, Brian May received an honorary degree in astronomy from Hertfordshire University in England. The guitarist of Queen would later write a book on astronomy; what was its title?
Happy birthday to Kirk Hammett from Metallica. What is he an avid collector of?
In 1987 Alice Cooper played the Boston Garden. What did he call that tour?
John Lennon enjoyed his first #1 solo hit in America when his duet with Elton John, “Whatever Gets you Through the Night,” hit the top. Previously, which of his solo singles got closest to #1?