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CDJ Today: March 9 in Classic Rock

Robin Trower performing in 2005 at the Liri Blues Festival in Italy. Photo by Sardognunu.
Robin Trower performing in 2005 at the Liri Blues Festival in Italy. Photo by Sardognunu.

March 9, 1970 – Having recently changed their name from Earth to Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward make their concert debut at The Roundhouse in London.

March 9, 1981Robert Plant performs his first solo concert since the breakup of Led Zeppelin in Stourbridge, U.K.

March 9, 1976 – Keith Moon collapses onstage at the beginning of a Who concert at the Boston Garden.

March 9, 1990 – Mother Love Bone plays their last show at The Central in Seattle.  Their lead singer Andrew Wood dies of a heroin overdose 10 days later.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:

March 9, 1945 – Robin Trower, guitar, vocals (Procol Harum, Robin Trower)
March 9, 1940 – John Cale, guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals (The Velvet Underground)
March 9, 1942 – Mark Lindsay, vocals (Paul Revere & the Raiders)

ROCK REMEMBRANCES:

March 9, 2007 – Brad Delp, lead singer of Boston, commits suicide at his home in Atkinson, NH.  He was 55.  Delp died from carbon monoxide poisoning after lighting two charcoal grills inside his sealed master bathroom. He was found with a note paper-clipped to his shirt which read: “Mr. Brad Delp. I am a lonely soul.”

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