– In 1974, the Canadian group Bachman Turner Overdrive has the # 1 song in the US with "You're not Seen Nothing Yet."
– In 1966, John Lennon meets Yoko Ono at his art exhibition in London.
– In 1969, Rod Stewart releases his first solo album, named simply The Rod Stewart Album, who will climb to # 139 on the Billboard 200.
– In 1999, the Recording Industry Association of America states that Greatest Hits 1971-1975 Eagles is the best-selling album of the century.
– In 1973, Billy Joel launches his album Piano Man.
– And in 1967, the first edition of Rolling Stone is published in San Francisco. The cover is adorned with a photo of John Lennon.
And that's what happened today in the history of rock.
Original article Why November 9th Matters in Rock History by Dave Basner for iHeartRadio
Translated by Pascal Vezina for iHeartRadio