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Johnny Randolph’s Top 5 @ 5 - Wednesday May 4, 2016

Top 5 @ 5 - From October 1979

5) Please Don’t Go – K.C. & The Sunshine Band

4) Sad Eyes – Robert John

3) Still – The Commodores

2) Heartache Tonight – The Eagles

1) Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough – Michael Jackson

For: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 

>>Today In Rock History 

On This Day: 

In 1964 
The Moody Blues formed in Birmingham, England. 

In 1973 
Led Zeppelin opened its 1973 U.S. tour, billed as the, quote, "biggest and most profitable rock and roll tour in the history of the United States." 

In 1976 
Kiss performed their first concert in New York City. 

In 1979 
Frank Zappa released the album "Orchestral Favorites. 

In 1987 
Bluesman Paul Butterfield died.  He was 44. 

In 1990 
David Bowie's ex-wife Angela told the press that Bowie had slept with Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. 

In 1995 
John Fogerty was awarded one-point-three-five-million-dollars in a copyright lawsuit in San Francisco. 

In 2004 
Former Guns N' Roses members Slash and Duff McKagan sued singer Axl Rose for one-million-dollars, claiming Rose turned down offers to use the band's music on movie soundtracks without consulting them. 

In 2010 
Bret Michaels was released from a Phoenix hospital following 12 days of treatment after he suffered a brain hemorrhage.  Doctors said that while Michaels was out of the hospital, he was still recovering from the condition and still "very sick."