The Rock History Report for September 23rd
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1966 - The song "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby" was released by the Rolling Stones.
1967 - The Doors released "People Are Strange.
1969 - The London Daily Mirror reported that Paul McCartney was dead, marking the first time the rumor was printed.
1972 - Mott The Hoople released their classic song "All The Young Dudes."
1980 - Foreigner released their sophomore album Double Vision.
1980 - David Bowie replaced Philip Anglim in the play The Elephant Man in New York City. Bowie handled the role until January 3, 1981.
1991 - Izzy Stradlin quit Guns N' Roses and was later replaced by Gilby Clarke.
1997 The Elton John single "Candle in the Wind" was released in the U.S.
1997 - The Rolling Stones embarked on their "Bridges to Babylon" tour in Chicago, Illinois.
1949 Bruce Springsteen
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