Today, you've got an extra-special All 1960's Edition featuring a drummer's debut, a name change, and another glorious outdoor music fest we wish we could have been at...

Charlie Watts, c 1970. (Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

 

1/14/1963 (57 years ago today) - Charlie Watts makes his live debut with The Rolling Stones at The Flamingo Jazz Club, Soho, London. Let that sink in...

1/14/1966 (54 years ago today) - To coincide with the release of his latest single "Can't Help Thinking About Me", David Jones changes his name to David Bowie to avoid being confused with The Monkees' Davy Jones. Later on he would claim he chose the name "Bowie" because he liked "that big American bear-killin' knife"...

1/14/1967 (53 years ago today) - Maybe the best name ever for an outdoor rock festival: Over 25,000 attend The Human Be-In -- A Gathering Of The Tribes at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park featuring The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Big Brother & The Holding Company. It doesn't get more Sixties than that, man!

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"I've got a long way to go/I hope I make it on my own...", xoxo!