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This Day In Rock 11/30/12

2007 - Evel Knievel, the daredevil motorcyclist whose stunts made him a pop celebrity in the 1960s and '70s, dies in Florida at age 69.
2007- Montel Williams goes ballistic on a student intern at the Savannah Morning-News, telling her, "Do you know who I am? I'm a big star, and I can look you up, find where you live and blow you up."
2005- Julia Roberts, who didn't make a movie in 2005, tops The Hollywood Reporter's annual list of the most powerful actresses in Tinseltown.
2005 - Paul McCartney wraps up his Us tour in Los Angeles.
2000 - Creed picks up four awards at the first V-H-1 My Music Awards in L-A. Carlos Santana wins Man of the Year, while his "Smooth" single wins the Your Song Kicked Ass but Was Played Too Damn Much award.
1996 - Tiny Tim collapses and dies after a performance in Minneapolis.
1995 - President Clinton becomes the first U-S president to visit Northern Ireland.
1993 - Bad Company's debut album is certified five-times platinum.
1979 - Pink Floyd's The Wall is released in the U-K.
1979- The Who begin a U-S tour at the Masonic Auditorium in Detroit.
1975 - The Rolling Stones finish recording the Black and Blue album in Montreux, Switzerland.
1974- The Eagles' "Best of My Love" single is released.
1971 - Led Zeppelin play King's Hall Belle Vue in Manchester, England, their second Manchester show in a week.
1965- The day after the group's show there, the governor of Colorado declares it Rolling Stones Day in Denver.

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