Music History for

June 14

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1923 - Fiddlin' John Carson recorded "The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane".

1953 - Elvis Presley graduated from L.C. Humes High School in Memphis, TN.

1961 - Patsy Cline sustained serious head injuries and a fractured hip in a car accident in Madison, TN.

1965 - Paul McCartney recorded the song "Yesterday."

1969 - Mick Taylor was introduced as the new guitarist for The Rolling Stones.

1970 - Grand Funk Railroad spent $100,000 for a block long billboard in New York's Times Square to advertise their album "Closer to Home."

1970 - Derek and the Dominoes made their live debut in London.

1970 - The Grateful Dead released their "Workingman's Dead" LP.

1971 - In London, the first Hard Rock Cafe opened.

1979 - A "No Nukes" concert took place at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA. The acts included Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Stephen Stills and more.

1980 - The movie "Roadie," starring Meat Loaf, debuted.

1982 - The Pretenders fired Pete Farndon.

1988 - The Fat Boys filed a $5 million law suit against Miller Beer and Joe Piscopo for using their likeness in a Miller Lite "Rappin "Fats" Piscopo commercial.

1995 - Michael Jackson appeared on TV with his wife Lisa Marie Presley in a live interview with Diane Sawyer.
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2002 - In Lubbock, TX, a power failure ended a Britney Spears concert after only two songs.

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