25 November

Pick a Day

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1961 The Everly Brothers report for duty at Camp Pendleton in southern California after joining the Marine Corps Reserves. By enlisting together, the brothers ensure that they won't be drafted - and separated.

1959 Jack Scott records "What In The World's Come Over You."

1957 Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps make their US television debut, performing "Lotta Loving" and "Dance to the Bop" on The Ed Sullivan Show.

1957 An article in Billboard claims, perhaps presumptively, that the era of the "package tour" is dead, with rock and roll artists feeling they can take a bigger cut from individual "record hops."

1947 Val Fuentes (drummer for It's A Beautiful Day) is born in Chicago, Illinois. His son Carlos is also be born on November 25 in 1985.

1944 "You Always Hurt the One You Love" by The Mills Brothers hits #1 in the US.

1944 Drummer Bev Bevan (of Electric Light Orchestra) is born in Sparkhill, Birmingham, England.

1942 Folk singer Bob Lind is born in Baltimore, Maryland.

1940 R&B singer Percy Sledge is born in Leighton, Alabama.

1931 Nat Adderley, jazz cornet and trumpet player, is born in Tampa, Florida, to a family that includes older brother, Julian, also known as sax player Cannonball Adderley.

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The Band Say Farewell With The Last Waltz.

1976

Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Neil Diamond, The Staple Singers, Ronnie Hawkins, and Dr. John join The Band for The Last Waltz, a farewell concert for the ages.

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