25 April

Pick a Day


In Music History

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2007 "Monster Mash" singer Bobby "Boris" Pickett at age 69 of complications from leukemia.

2004 Billy Joel, who is much better behind a piano than at the wheel of a car, gets in another car accident - his third in two years.

2003 Liv Tyler, whose stepfather is Todd Rundgren and biological is Steven Tyler, marries Spacehog frontman Royston Langdon at a ceremony in New York attended by celebrity guests that include David Bowie and Kate Hudson. The couple split in 2008.

2003 The parents of the late Doors frontman, Jim Morrison, sue the remaining members for touring with a new singer as "The Doors 21st Century" using the band's image and logo.

2000 Papa Roach releases the album Infest, a nu-metal milestone with the hits "Last Resort" and "Broken Home."

2000 Eric Clapton is reunited with his former Derek and the Dominos keyboard player Bobby Whitlock for their first performance together in 29 years. The setting is the London-based BBC TV series Later With Jools Holland.

1999 Funk percussionist Larry Troutman (of Zapp), age 54, fatally shoots his brother and bandmate Roger Troutman, age 47, outside a recording studio in Dayton, Ohio, before turning the gun on himself. With no known witnesses, the motive for the murder-suicide is unclear, but family members suggest conflict over finances.

1995 Ginger Rogers, Academy Award-winning actress and longtime dance partner of Fred Astaire, dies at age 83 of a heart attack.

1994 Maggie Rogers is born in Easton, Maryland.

1994 Eagles play the first of two identical shows at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California for their appearance on MTV Unplugged, which will promote their upcoming reunion tour and album Hell Freezes Over.

1993 RuPaul performs "Supermodel (You Better Work)" at the LGBT March on Washington.More

1993 Legendary album artist Stanley "Mouse" Miller, designer of Grateful Dead's "skull and roses" logo, has his upcoming liver transplant financed by the band.

1990 A London auction house sells the Fender Stratocaster on which Jimi Hendrix played the US national anthem at Woodstock for $295,000.

1985 The musical Big River, based on Mark Twain's work and featuring a score by Roger Miller, opens on Broadway. Miller would go on to win a Tony Award for the music.

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Kanye Tweets For Trump


Kanye West tweets his love for Donald Trump, earning him plaudits from the President but criticism from fans.

Kanye tweets that he and Trump are both "dragon energy," and "he is my brother." A stark contrast how many of his fans feel about Trump, who replies, "Thank you Kanye, very cool!" By the end of the day, West has sent out 82 tweets, including one of a signed MAGA (Make America Great Again - Trump's campaign slogan) hat.



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