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A Beach Boys out to sea and an Eagle soars no more in Today’s Rock History!

TODAY IS FEBRUARY 6TH, THE 37TH DAY OF THE YEAR, TODAY IS NATIONAL FROZEN YOGURT DAY AND PAY-A-COMPLIMENT DAY.

1965

 The Righteous Brothers led the US hit parade with “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin”. According to the RIAA, the song has now been played on US radio stations over 8 million times, more than any other record in history.

 1971

 In a rare feat, a Country song crossed over to the Pop charts and became the best-selling single in America when Lynn Anderson’s “Rose Garden” climbed to the top of the Cash Box hit parade.

 1998

 Surrounded by his family, Carl Wilson, lead guitarist and vocalist for The Beach Boys, died of lung cancer at the age of 51.

 2001

 Eagles’ guitarist Don Felder receives a phone call from manager Irving Azoff who tells him that the rest of the band has “decided to go on without you.” A shocked Felder will spend the next few days pleading for another chance, but will be rebuffed and soon after he will receive his official termination notice.


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