Fox Facts: October 30

2016 - Eddie Vedder leads the crowd in "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the 7th-inning stretch when the Cubs went to the World Series for the first tine since 1945.

2013 - Yoko Ono told The Associated Press that she was "very thankful" to Paul McCartney for telling Rolling Stone magazine that he had moved past his grudge against her.

2010 - Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) makes a rare public appearance, performing "Peace Train" at the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, which is organized and hosted by Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert.

2007 - Eagles release Long Road Out of Eden, available at first only at the band's website, Wal-Mart, and Sam's Club stores.

1999 - Santana's Supernatural album goes to #1 in America.

1998 - Black Sabbath reunite for a one-off performance on Late Show with David Letterman.

1988 - Kurt Cobain smashed his very first guitar. 

1982 - Melbourne, Australia's Men At Work had the number one song in the US with "Who Can It Be Now?".

1972 - Elton John becomes the second rock star to play a Command Performance for Britain's royalty, nine years after The Beatles became the first.

1971 - John Lennon had the number one album in both Great Britain and The United States with "Imagine". 

1970 - Jim Morrison was sentenced to 6 months in jail and fined $500 for exposing himself in Miami.

1967 - The Rolling Stones' Brian Jones pleads guilty to drug possession and gets a nine-month prison sentence.

1947 - Timothy B. Schmit (bass guitarist for Eagles) is born in Oakland, California.

1939 - Grace Slick (of Jefferson Airplane) is born in Highland Park, Illinois.

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