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An E-Street band member passes and ELO goes Gold in today’s Rock History!

JUNE 18TH IS THE 169TH DAY OF THE YEAR. TODAY IS GO FISHING DAY, INTERNATIONAL PICNIC DAY, INTERNATIONAL SUSHI DAY, NATIONAL CHERRY TART DAY AND NATIONAL SPLURGE DAY.

1963

Paul McCartney celebrates his 21st birthday at the home of his Aunt Ginny (referred to as Aunty Gin in “Let ‘Em In”), along with various friends, relatives and the other Beatles.

1977

Fleetwood Mac score their only Billboard number one hit with “Dreams”

2011

Clarence Clemons, the burly sax player who helped develop Bruce Springsteen’s early sound, died just six days after suffering a stroke at his Florida home. He was 69.

1976

Electric Light Orchestra’s greatest hits collection, “OLE ELO” goes Gold, just as they begin their first major British tour.

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