On This Day: September 4th In Music History

September 4th was a busy day in music history!

In 1968  The song “Street Fighting Man” by the Rolling Stones was banned by  Chicago radio stations. Authorities thought it would lead to public disorder.

In 1996 The MTV Music Awards took a little field trip to watch Kiss perform under the Brooklyn Bridge.

In 2002 The first “American Idol” was named. It was Kelly Clarkson.

In 2008  Billboard announced that Aerosmith would have their own version of “Guitar Hero” dedicated to the band’s music. The game came out on June 29, 2008.

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