This week: Paul meets John, Jimi gets the boot, and Led Zep and The Grateful Dead unknowingly perform for the last time.

July 6th, 1957:

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John Lennon and Paul McCartney meet for the first time as John's band 'The Quarry Men' were setting up at a church function. Lennon is impressed with Paul's playing, but more so the fact Paul could tune a guitar, something John had been paying someone to do.

July 7th, 1980:

Led Zeppelin played their last-ever concert when they performed at West Berlin at the end of a European tour. John Bonham would be found dead the following September.

July 8th, 1967:

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience began a 29-date tour as support act for The Monkees. Hendrix lasted shows and then was dropped after being told his act was not suitable for their "teenybopper audience".

July 9th, 1995:

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The Grateful Dead gave their last concert with Jerry Garcia at Chicago's Soldier Field. Jerry would die of a heart attack in August.

July 10th, 1965:

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The Rolling Stones hit #1 for the first time in the US with '(I Can't Get No) Satifaction'. In England, the song was banned at first because the song was labeled "too suggestive".