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Latest Milestones

April 4, 1972: Layla enters the charts

April 4, 1972: Layla enters the charts

The re-released track originally featured on the Derek and the Dominos, album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (November 1970).

May 2, 1980: 'Another Brick In The Wall' banned in South Africa

May 2, 1980: 'Another Brick In The Wall' banned in South Africa As Pink Floyd's hit song entered the South African charts, boycotts began in black schools throughout Capetown

April 30, 1977: Led Zeppelin set a world record

April 30, 1977: Led Zeppelin set a world record Led Zeppelin broke a new world attendance record at their concert

April 29, 1977: Steve Miller released Jet Airliner

April 29, 1977: Steve Miller released Jet Airliner The original done by Paul Pena 4 years earlier - but that was never allowed to be released due to a contractual dispute

April 20th, 1993: Aerosmith releases 'Get A Grip'

April 20th, 1993: Aerosmith releases 'Get A Grip' The 11th studio album and their best selling album to date was released today 22 years ago

April 19th, 1980: Brian Johnson joins AC/DC

April 19th, 1980: Brian Johnson joins AC/DC Brian replaced Bon Scott who had died after a drinking binge 2 months prior.

April 17th, 1973: Dark Side of the Moon goes gold

April 17th, 1973: Dark Side of the Moon goes gold Pink Floyd's album The Dark Side of The Moon went gold in the US. The LP went on to stay in the US chart for more than 10 years and became the longest charting rock record of all time.
 
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May 8, 1980: The Beatles 12th and final album released

May 8, 1980: The Beatles 12th and final album released

'Let It Be' was released on this day 46 years ago
The Sound Whangarei quiz night

The Sound Whangarei quiz night

There was a huge turnout at The Sound Whangarei's quiz night. Questions varied from sports to music to movies and beer - all with some awesome prizes for a reward.
Great quotes from great rockers

Great quotes from great rockers

Here are some of our favourite quotes that rockers have said over the years
Paul McCartney performs tribute to Prince in his hometown

Paul McCartney performs tribute to Prince in his hometown

Paul McCartney's tour hit Prince's hometown last night and it was only fitting that he performed a tribute to the late legend
AC/DC posts video with Axl Rose

AC/DC posts video with Axl Rose

Axl is propped next to Angus Young and Cliff Williams talking about their upcoming gig
Jordan Luck interview with Tracey

Jordan Luck interview with Tracey

Jordan Luck talks his new album and NZ Music Month
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