The Rolling Stones released 'Voodoo Lounge' -- their first album without Bill Wyman -- on July 11, 1994.
A move to America helped the Kinks score their most successful album to date with 'Low Budget,' which was released on July 10,1979.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young began their ill-fated 'Doom Tour' on July 9, 1974.
The Beatles began recording 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer,' one of their least-beloved songs, on July 9, 1969.
An emergency angioplasty caused the last month of David Bowie's 2004 tour to be cancelled.
On July 7, 1980, the original members of Led Zeppelin performed together for the final time at Eissporthalle in Berlin, Germany.
The Beatles first movie had its world premiere in London on July 6, 1964.
The Rolling Stones paid tribute to Brian Jones and introduced Mick Taylor to the world on July 5, 1969.
The multi-instrumentalist drowned in his swimming pool only a month after he was fired from the Rolling Stones.
Dio's second album was released on July 2, 1984.