Joe Perry quit Aerosmith after a backstage fight in Cleveland.
Ronnie James Dio's exit led to a huge shift in Rainbow's musical focus.
Eric Clapton emerged from his heroin-induced hibernation with '461 Ocean Boulevard' in July 1974.
ZZ Top's third album, 1973's 'Tres Hombres,' proved to be their commercial breakthrough
In July of 1977, the death of Robert Plant's son changed Led Zeppelin forever.
Alice Cooper had his biggest hit in a decade with 'Trash,' which was released on July 25, 1989.
Eric Carr made his Kiss debut at the Palladium in New York on July 25, 1980.
We look at the important contributions made by John Rutsey during his brief tenure as Rush's first drummer.
Yes released their debut album on July 25, 1969.
Sammy Hagar went from star to superstar with the release of 1984's 'VOA.'