THIS DAY IN ROCK HISTORY: January 6, 1956: Lonnie Donegan's cover of "Rock Island Line" enters the UK charts selling over three million copies. Many agree that this was the beginning of the national skiffle craze. In the early years the Quarrymen/Silver Beatles/Beatles was considered a sliffle band.
The Moody Blues. I saw them in Toronto around 1971. It is the worst concert I've ever been to. The audio was really bad. It was like they were playing in another room a couple of blocks away. Boo! Hiss!