They didn't care for The Stones tonight... -- This actually happened on TV... -- Zep tix price today would be, who knows...

Michael Philip Jagger, c 1963. (Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

6/7/1964 (53 years ago today) - San Antonio, Texas is the setting and tonight, during The Rolling Stones very first tour of the U.S., the band is literally booed off stage as the audience has no tolerance whatsoever for the way they look and sound, so what happens? A troupe of dancing-juggling monkeys, who had been on before The Stones, were brought back out for another performance! True story...Check out this clip, an almost unbelievable look at how things really were back then:

6/7/1969 (48 years ago today) - The show was advertised as "a lively new way to enjoy summer!": Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell are guests on the debut episode of ABC-TV's The Johnny Cash Show -- Broadcast live from Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium,  Bob plays "I Threw It All Away", duets with Johnny on "Girl From The North Country", Joni plays "Both Sides Now", and Johnny and June Carter Cash sing Bob's "It Ain't Me Babe". A truly historic television timepiece...

6/7/1977 (40 years ago today) - It was unprecedented at the time, really...: Their 11th North American Tour would turn out to be the last for Led Zeppelin, though they obviously didn't know it or plan it  -- Tonight the band play the first of six consecutive sold-out nights at New York's Madison Square Garden; tickets cost $8.50 - $10.50(!). These are the good old days indeed...

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