Let’s do some looking back. 93-9 Bob FMs Today In Music History May 11th. From Little Richard  To  The Rolling Stones, From  Mick Jagger to George Michael, We have a lot to cover.

American singer-songwriter Moon Martin died at age 74. Originally a rockabilly artist, he wrote the songs ‘Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)’, made famous by English singer Robert Palmer, and ‘Cadillac Walk’, a hit for Willy DeVille.
American bass guitarist Ed Gagliardi best known as the original bass player with Foreigner died at age 62 after an eight-year battle with cancer.
Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall’s daughter Elizabeth appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine’s June issue.
George Michael was involved in his second minor car crash in a month after a tabloid photographer found Michael asleep in his parked car in central London
Jimi Hendrix Experience bassist Noel Redding died at his home in Ireland aged 57.
Over 500 Michael Jackson fans held a demonstration outside the Sony Records building in Berlin complaining that the label hadn’t promoted the singer’s latest album ‘Invincible’.
Roxette scored their fourth US No.1 single with ‘Joyrid
Jamaican singer-songwriter Bob Marley died aged 36.
John Lennon appeared on the US television ‘Dick Cavett Show’, claiming he was under surveillance from the FBI.

Happy Birthday

1947 – American drummer Butch Trucks
1943 – Les Chadwick,  Gerry And The Pacemakers
1941 – Eric Burdon with The Animals
1983 – Holly Valance who scored the 2002 UK and Australian No.1 single ‘Kiss Kiss’.

  • George Michael

  • Roxette

  • John Lennon

  • Bob Marley