Today In Music, November 5: The Jam Make Final TV Appearance, Clash Drummer Gets Arrested For Walking Dog, & It's Your Birthday Jonny Greenwood!

On this day in music, 1982, The Jam made their final TV appearance on the first episode of the new UK TV show "The Tube". Paula Yates, who would go on to marry INXS singer Michael Hutchence, co-hosted the show with ex-Squeeze keyboardist Jools Holland.

Today in music, 1983, Clash drummer Topper Headon was arrested in London for walking his dog...while intoxicated.

Garbage, a new band featuring midwest rock veterans Doug Erickson and Butch Vig (both of the bands Spooner and Fire Town) made their live debut at Minneapolis' 7th Street Entry on this day in 1995.

On this day in 2003, Righteous Brothers singer Bobby Hatfield was found dead in his hotel room in Michigan. A coroner's report ruled that Hatfield died of a cocaine overdose at the age of 63.


Art Garfunkel, born 1941.

Peter Noone, singer for Herman's Hermits, born 1947.

Mike Score, singer for A Flock of Seagulls, 1957.

Bryan Adams, born 1959.

Ken Coomer, drummer for Wilco, born 1959.

Jonny Greenwood, guitarist for Radiohead, born 1971.

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