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Yes featuring Anderson, Rabin, Wakeman - Live at The Apollo

CDJ Today: November 4 in Classic Rock

November 4, 1977 – The Last Waltz, director Martin Scorsese’s acclaimed documentary of The Band’s star-studded last concert, premieres in New York City, featuring Neil YoungEric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Neil Diamond, The Staple Singers, Dr. John, and more.

Classic Rock Birthdays

November 4, 1956 – James Honeyman-Scott, guitar (Pretenders) (d. 1982)
November 4, 1954 – Chris Difford, guitar, vocals (Squeeze)
November 4, 1956 – Jordan Rudess (born Jordan Charles Rudes), keyboards (Dream Theater)
November 4, 1965 – Jeff Scott Soto, guitar, vocals (Yngwie Malmsteen)

Rock Remembrances

November 4, 1994 – Fred “Sonic” Smith (born Frederick Dewey Smith), dies of heart failure in Detroit. He was 45. Smith was the guitarist and co-founder of the MC5, innovators of the punk movement in the U.S. Smith married fellow artist and songwriter Patti Smith in 1980 and had two children with her.  The band Sonic Youth took its name from Smith’s nickname.


Joni Mitchell Both Sides Now Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970

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