Fox Facts: June 13

2017 - Anita Pallenberg, who lived with Keith Richards for 13 years and had three kids with him, dies at age 75. Pallenberg inspired the Rolling Stonessongs "You Got The Silver" and "Happy."
1980 - The Debbie Harry/Meat Loaf film Roadie opens.
1980 - Pat Benatar opened a home game for the Philadelphia Phillies by playing a brief set. 
1970 - Uriah Heep release their debut album, ...Very 'Eavy ...Very 'Umble, in the UK. Critic Melissa Mills of Rolling Stone says she'll commit suicide if the group "makes it," but the negative critical reaction doesn't stop Heep from appealing to fans and moving on to have a long, successful career as a trailblazing heavy metal band.
1970 - Christine McVie released a solo album and then announced her retirment from music. She later came out of retirement. 
1969 - At a press conference in London, Mick Taylor is introduced as the new guitarist of The Rolling Stones, replacing founding member Brian Jones.
1967 - Colin Hay, 14 years old, arrives in Australia with his family, who have left Scotland for better opportunity. He forms the band Men at Work, which becomes one of the most popular acts in the country.
1951 - Howard Leese (guitarist for Heart) is born in Hollywood, California.

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