This week, Gonzo passes out, Frampton crashes, and The Band debuts.

June 27, 1980:

John Bonham
Richard E. Aaron, Getty Images

Led Zeppelin appeared in Germany during their last ever tour. After the group had played just three songs, John Bonham collapsed on stage, causing the remainder of the show to be cancelled

June 28, 1997:

Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon
Harvest Records

The Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' spent its 1056th week on the US album chart.

June 29, 1978:

A&M Records
A&M Records

Peter Frampton broke his arm and cracked several ribs when he was involved in a car crash in the Bahamas. This derailed his career for many years.

June 30, 1975:


Within two weeks, Cher divorces Sonny Bono, marries Greg Allman, and then ten days later they split.

July 1, 1968:

3: The Band, 'The Band'

The Band released their debut album 'Music From Big Pink'. The album, which featured their first hit single 'The Weight'.


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