Fox Facts: September 11

2009 - Punk musician Jim Carroll dies of heart attack in Manhattan, New York City, at age 60.

1988 - Metallica began their first headlining tour of Europe in Budapest, Hungary. 

1984 - Bruce Springsteen broke the attendance record at Philadelphia's Spectrum. 16,800 fans attended the first of six sold-out shows. 

1982 - John Mellencamp becomes the first male solo artist with a #1 album.

1977 - David Bowie appears on Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas special.

1975 - Aerosmith's self-titled debut album was certified gold. 

1974 - WROV-AM in Roanoke, Virginia, starts playing the The Doobie Brothers album cut "Black Water" in honor of a local tributary of the same name.

1973 - Bruce Springsteen releases his second album, The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle.

1967 -  "All You Need Is Love" by the Beatles was certified as a million seller. 

1967- The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour" bus began cruising the English countryside. 

1953 - Tommy Shaw of Styx is born in Montgomery, Alabama.

1943 - Mickey Hart (one of the drummers for Grateful Dead) is born Michael Steven Hartman in Brooklyn but would be raised in Long Island, New York.