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The Beatles Let it Be and Darryl & John hit the stage in Today’s Rock History!

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1967

The Young Rascals scored the second of their three Billboard #1 records when “Groovin” reached the top

1970

The Beatles’ last film, Let It Be, premiered. It was basically a documentary of the group’s break-up, including footage of their last public performance on the roof of their Apple Corps headquarters in London.

1971

Peter Cetera of Chicago lost four teeth when a gang of thugs at a Chicago Cubs baseball game beat the daylights out of him because of the length of his hair. Cetera spent five hours in surgery as a result.

1985

Daryl Hall and John Oates headlined a concert for the grand re-opening of the legendary Apollo Theatre in Harlem. The performance was recorded and later released as a ‘live’ album


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