Today In Music History: 06/30/17

Let’s get it going on this day in 1966. The Beatles played the first of three concerts at the Nippon Budokan Hall, Japan. They wore black suits the first night and white suits the next. 

On this day in 1971, Paul Revere and the Raiders’ single “Indian Reservation,” sold it’s millionth copy. It was their only U.S. #1 song.

On this day in 1977 “Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky)” by Bill Conti was the #1 song.

Steve Winwood released his fourth solo album, “Back in the High Life,” on this day in 1986. The song “Higher Love” reached #1 and won a Grammy Award. The album has sold over 5 million copies.

On this day in 1998, The Black Eyed Peas released their debut album “Behind the Front.” The album failed to chart.

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