On this day in music history 22.06 |

Published in Chile - Social interactions and entertainment - 2 - 22 Jun 22 00:01

1956 - Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley started a three-day run playing 10 shows at the Paramount Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. The stage manager was told; Pull all white lights. Presley works all in color, Presley act has no encore. When he leaves the stage, immediately close curtains.

1969 - Judy Garland
American singer, actress, Judy Garland, died of a barbiturate overdose aged 47, she was found on the floor of her rented Chelsea home, in London, UK. Made more than two dozen films, played Dorothy in the 1939 film Wizard Of Oz, sang Over The Rainbow in the film, (voted the Song Of The Century in a 2001 poll published in America). 1961 US No.1 comeback album Judy At Carnegie Hall.

1973 - David Bowie
David Bowie released the single Life On Mars, which peaked at No.3 on the UK chart. The track which was first released in 1971 on the album Hunky Dory, features guest piano work by Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman. The line Look at those cavemen go is a reference to the song Alley Oop, a one-off hit in 1960 for American doo-wop band The Hollywood Argyles.

1992 - Kurt Cobain
Nirvanas Kurt Cobain was rushed to hospital after a gig in Belfast, Northern Ireland suffering from acute stomach pains brought on by ulcers.

2015 - P Diddy
P Diddy was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon in Los Angeles. The alleged incident occurred on the University of California campus where his son was on the football team. The weapon in question was a kettlebell, which is used for weight training. Diddy - whose real name is Sean Combs - was released on $160,000 (£101,000) bail.

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23 Jun 22 00:56
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