November 15, 1971 – Grand Funk Railroad releases E Pluribus Funk, the last album they would record as a trio (Mark Farner, Mel Schacher, and Don Brewer). The original release cover is round and covered with a silver-like film to resemble a large coin. On the back side of the cover, there is a picture of Shea Stadium to celebrate Grand Funk beating The Beatles’ attendance record by selling out in just 72 hours.
Classic Rock Birthdays
November 15, 1949 – Steve Fossen, bass (Heart)
November 15, 1954 – Tony Thompson, drums (The Power Station, Chic) (d. 2003)
November 15, 1955 – Joe Leeway, keyboards, percussion, vocals (Thompson Twins)
November 15, 1974 – Chad Kroeger (born Chad Robert Turton), vocals, guitar (Nickelback)