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Cream re-unites and Norman’s Gospel tune is his only hit in Today’s Rock History!

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1965

Despite his vow that they would never be invited back, Ed Sullivan included The Rolling Stones on his Sunday night variety show, along with Tom Jones and Dusty Springfield.

1978

The Bee Gees were awarded their second Platinum single in less than two months for “Night Fever”. It was preceded by “Stayin’ Alive”, both from the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever.

2005

 Eric Clapton joined former Cream members, drummer Ginger Baker and bass player Jack Bruce for the first of four nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall, 36 years after the band had split up.

 1970

 Norman Greenbaum’s Gospel / Rock hit “Spirit In The Sky” topped both the Cash Box Best Sellers list. Greenbaum would later tell Rolling Stone magazine, “I’m just some Jewish musician who really dug Gospel music. I decided there was a larger Jesus Gospel market out there than a Jehovah one.”

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