Everything finally seemed to be coming together for John Lennon, as he took the stage for what would sadly become his last public performance on April 18, 1975.
ZZ Top continued their winning ways on 'Fandango!,' which was released April 18, 1975.
Styx were on top of the world during the early '80s, with a string of multi-platinum albums and a growing collection of hit singles to their credit.
George Harrison and John Lennon got there first, releasing albums under their own names in 1968.
Bruce Springsteen has always worn his love of his home state on his sleeve, starting with the title of his debut album, Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.
Heavy metal overlords Black Sabbath began the second chapter of their storied career in on April 17, 1980, in Aurich, Germany, when they hit the stage for their first show with Ozzy Osbourne’s replacement, Ronnie James Dio.
Bands didn't mess around back in the first part of the '60s.
The world would soon know them as members of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam, but in the fall of 1990, the Seattle musicians making up the collective known as Temple of the Dog were bound together by grief instead of stardom.
On April 16, 1993, David Lee Roth was arrested in New York's Washington Square Park for attempting to score some drugs.
Subtlety was not part of the MC5's mode of operation, and in April of 1969 their behavior cost them a record deal.