1946: Paul Buckmaster
1949: Dennis Locorriere (Dr Hook)
1951: Howard Leese (Heart / Paul Rodgers Band)
1968: David Gray
1969: The Rolling Stones announced guitarist, Mick Taylor as replacement for Brian Jones.
1970: The album ‘Let It Be’ by The Beatles started a 4-week run at No.1 the US album chart.
1970: Uriah Heep released their debut album, ‘Very ‘eavy, Very ‘umble’.
1975: Uriah Heep released their eight album, ‘Return To Fantasy’. Bassist / vocalist, John Wetton had joined the band, replacing New Zealander, Gary Thain.
1986: Sweet played a concert at The Galaxy, Auckland ~ I was there!
2003: David Gilmour & Sting were included in the Queen’s birthday honours list, to each receive a CBE.
2017: Death of Anita Pallenberg [aged 73].
2018: Death of D.J. Fontana, drummer for Elvis Presley [aged 87].
Here’s Macca performing a very moving rendition of a Beatles classic that is 50 years old, yet timeless! Anyone who attended Paul’s concert in 2017 can attest to that!