Cher Eulogizes Sonny and Mick’s drug bust in today’s Rock History!

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1959

 Dion and The Belmonts perform their newest recording, “Teenager in Love”, on American Bandstand.

1965

 The Beatles started a nine week run at the top of the Billboard Hot 200 album chart with “Beatles 65”, the group’s fourth US #1 LP.

1998

 Cher gives an emotional eulogy at Sonny Bono’s funeral in Palm Springs, California, where she praised the man who had been a husband, friend, partner, father figure and rival, calling him “the most unforgettable character I’ve ever met.” The event was broadcast live to millions of people on CNN.

1973

 Mick Jagger is refused a Japanese visa because of a 1969 drug bust, putting an end to the Rolling Stones’ plans to tour the Orient. Asked by a reporter about his personal drug use, Jagger replied, “I don’t take drugs. I don’t approve of drugs and I don’t approve of people taking drugs…unless they’re very careful.”

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