The Rock History Report for July 18th
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1953 - Elvis Presley recorded "My Happiness" for his mother. It was his first recording.
1964 - The Beatles released their album A Hard Days Night.
1968 - The Grateful Dead released their sophomore effort, Anthem of the Sun.
1970 - Pink Floyd and Deep Purple teamed up to play a free show at London's Hyde Park.
1974 - The United States Justice Department ordered John Lennon out of the country by September 10th. He was denied an extension of his non-immigrant visa by the Immigration and Naturalization Service because of a 1968 guilty plea to a marijuana possession charge in England.
2001 - The original movie Hysteria - The Def Leppard Story premiered on MTV.
2006 - Carmen Electra filed for a divorce from Janes Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro.
1945 Danny McCulloch of The Animals
1948 Cesar Zuiderwijk of Golden Earring
1958 Nigel Twist of The Alarm
1962 Jack Irons of Pearl Jam and The Red Hot Chili Peppers
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