Hey it Chris Miles, ending the week here with you and filling in for Mitch. Yesterday in my blog, I talked about two gifts we got here in the states the day after Christmas. Today is also a very special day in the performing arts history books.
For that, we go back to 1932, when Radio City Music Hall opened its doors for the first time. At that time is was the largest indoor theater. A massive six-hour show was presented on the 10,000-sqaure foot stage with all 6,200 seat being filled. Since then more than 300 million people have attended various events at Radio City Music Hall.
Today’s River Rock ‘N Roll Birthday’s include
1944 – Mick Jones (guitar – Foreigner)
1952 – David Knopfler (suitar, vocals – Dire Straits)
1948 – Larry Byrom (guitar – Steppenwolf)
1943 – Peter Sinfield (lyricist – King Crimson)
1941 – Mike Pinder (keyboards – The Moody Blues)
1950 – Terry Bozzio (drums – Missing Persons, Frank Zappa)
Today’s Unscientific Poll Question
Which band you like better?
Dire Straits or Foreigner