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🎷1952: Stewart Copeland was born in Alexandria, Virginia, USA. He’s a musician and composer, best known as the drummer of The Police. He also has produced film and video games soundtracks and written pieces of music for ballet, opera and orchestra. After The Police failed to attempt a reunion in 1986, Copeland recorded 2 albums under the pseudonym of Klark Kent, and he also has recorded 7 albums as a solo artist. Copeland has collaborated with Moon On The Water, Oysterhead and Animal Logic.
🎷1980: The documentary film “No Nukes” was released. It’s a concert film that contained selections from September 1979 Madison Square Garden concerts by the Musicians United for Safe Energy collective, with Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt and John Hall being the organizers of the event. The concert also featured James Taylor, Carly Simon, The Doobie Brothers and Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band.
🎷1982: Billy Idol released his eponymous debut studio album. It was his first album as a solo artist after the breakup of Generation X. The album peaked at number 45 on the Billboard 200 and it was certified gold in the US. It has songs like “White Wedding (Part 1)”, “Hot In The City”, “Nobody’s Business” and “Come On, Come On”.
🎷1996: John Panozzo passed away from a gastrointestinal hemorrhaging and cirrhosis, he was 47 years old. Panozzo was an American drummer, best known for his work with Styx.
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