Fox Facts: June 27

2002 - John Entwistle (age 57), bassist for The Who, dies in a hotel room in Las Vegas, Nevada, from a heart attack triggered by cocaine use.

1980 - Three songs into Led Zeppelin's concert in Nuremberg, drummer John Bonham collapses while beating out the rhythm to "Black Dog" and is rushed to the hospital, abruptly ending the show. Robert Plant jokes that he ate too many bananas before the show, but alcohol is the likely culprit. In September, Bonham dies after a night of drinking.

1975 - Fandango becomes ZZ Top's second gold album.

1971 - New York City's Fillmore East concert hall closes. The Allman Brothers BandEdgar Winter, Country Joe McDonald and the Fish and The Beach Boys are on the bill for the last show.

1970 - The group Smile change their name to Queen and perform for the first time with that name.

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