Happy Friday! It’s time for Bob FM – Today In Music History for May 26th. And today we’ll cover Birthdays and deaths.

Bob FM – Today In Music History

2022 – Depeche Mode keyboardist Andy Fletcher died at age 60.
2022 – English drummer Alan White who was best known for his tenure in the progressive rock band Yes died age of 72.
2022 – The four members of Abba made their first public appearance in 14 years as they attended the premiere of their Abba Voyage show in London.
2017 – Chris Cornell was laid to rest.   He was buried at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles next to Johnny Ramone.
2009 – A US judge ended a bitter two-year battle over the late soul singer James Brown’s estate. Judge Jack Early ruled half of his assets will go to a charitable trust, a quarter to his wife and young son, and the rest to his six adult children.
2002 – The first episode of At Home With The Osbournes.  It was shown on MTV in the UK.
2000 – Drummer Tommy Lee was jailed for five days for drinking alcohol.

Happy Birthday

1975 – American singer, songwriter, and rapper Lauryn Hill.
1972 – English rock drummer Alan White from Oasis
1967– Kristen Pfaff best known as the bassist for the alternative rock band Hole.
1964 – American singer, and songwriter, Lenny Kravitz.
1949 – American singer-songwriter and musician Hank Williams Jr.
1948 – American singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks.
1940 – Levon Helm – drummer and singer with The Band.

  • Lauryn Hill

  • Hank Jr

  • Stevie Nicks

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