The Rock History Report for July 5th
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1954 - Elvis Presley recorded "That's All Right (Mama)" and "Blue Moon of Kentucky" in his first commercial recording session in Memphis, Tennessee.
1969 - The Rolling Stones played a free show for 250,000 fans in London's Hyde Park to introduce new guitarist Mick Taylor.
1975 - Bad Company released "Feel Like Making Love.
1978 - After receiving numerous complaints from celebrities, Britains EMI record pressing plant stopped printing the Rolling Stones album cover for "Some Girls".
1995 - The U.S. Justice Department declined to take antitrust action against Ticketmaster.
2002 The family of Jimi Hendrix won an injunction against a New York-based music production company, preventing them from releasing recordings that Hendrix had performed.
1944 Robbie Robertson of The Band
1950 Huey Lewis
1959 Marc Cohn
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