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Born to Rock – 13th April

Tim Field (The Springfields) – 1936 Brian Pendleton (Pretty Things) – 1944 Al Green – 1946 Jimmy Destri (Blondie) – 1954 Louis Johnson (Brothers Johnson) – 1955 Wayne Lewis (Atlantic Starr) – 1957 Hillel Slovak (Red Hot Chilli Peppers) – 1962 Lou Bega – 1975    

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Born to Rock – April 12th

John Kay (Steppenwolf) – 1944 David Cassidy (The Partridge Family) – 1950 Alexander Briley (The Village People) – 1956 Will Sergeant (Echo and the Bunnymen) – 1958 Sean Welch (The Beautiful South) – 1965 Sarah Cracknell (St. Etienne) – 1967 Guy Berryman (Coldplay) – 1978

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Born to Rock – March 29th

Raymond Ray Davies (1940) Chad Allan – Guess Who (1943) Speedy Keen – Thunderclap Newman (1945) Terry Jacks (1946) Dave Greenfield – The Stranglers (1949)      

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Born to Rock – March 28th

Chuck Portz – The Turtles (1945) Reba McEntire (1954) Cheryl James (Salt) – Salt n Pepa (1969) James Atkin – EMF (1969) Dave Kuening – The Killers (1976)

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U2 Where the Streets Have No Name

On This Day in 1987 U2 stopped the streets of LA. The Video for the Streets have no name, was directed by Meiert Avis and produced by Michael Hamlyn and Ben Dossett. On the day, U2 attracted over 1,000 people as they played an 8 song set on the roof of a liquor store in Downtown Los Angeles on 27 March 1987. Some might …

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Born to Rock – March 27th

Andrew Brown – The Heard (1947) Tony Banks – Genesis (1950) Andrew Farris – INXS (1959) Clark Datchler – Johnny Hates Jazz (1969) Mariah Carey (1970)  

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March 26th – Purple Day

Today is International Purple Day, a day were the world comes together to support Epilepsy Here at Gold we wondered what was the best way to support this….by picking a playlist of the best songs of the purple prince. Enjoy these memories and remember to educate yourself about Epilepsy to increase your awareness.    

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Born to Rock – March 26th

Diana Ross (1944) Richard Tandy – ELO (1948) Steven Tyler – Aerosmith (1948) Fan Sheehan – Boston (1949) Martin Price – 808 State (1955) John Hendy – East 17 (1971)