Today it's Elvis, Jimi, and AC/DC: honestly, you don't really need much else...

Angus, Sept. 2015. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

9/24/1957 (61 years ago today) - Still feelin' the aftershock: "Jailhouse Rock" by Elvis Presley was released on this date -- It was Elvis' ninth U.S. No. 1 single, and it stayed on the Billboard chart for nineteen consecutive weeks! So culturally ingrained, it's easy to take its impact for granted, beware...

9/24/1966 (52 years ago today) - After having sold most of his belongings to pay for his hotel bill in New York City, Jimi Hendrix arrives in London with only the clothes he was wearing! Along with his manager, former Animals bassist Chas Chandler, one of the first things he does is legally change his name from James to Jimi...

9/24/1990 (28 years ago today) - AC/DC released their 11th studio album "The Razor's Edge" -- It is the only studio record in the band's catalog to feature drummer Chris Slade (the big bald guy!), who had previously been behind the kit for the short-lived Jimmy Page and Paul Rodgers project, The Firm -- In addition to "Thunderstruck", "Money Talks" and "Mistress For Christmas", the album features "Fire Your Guns", two-and-a-half of the most intense AC/DC minutes ever!

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"Let's rock/Everybody, let's rock...", xoxo!