Today in Music History: Queen released "Killer Queen"

Today in Music History: Queen released

'TCB' by The Supremes with Temptations went to No. 1 on the US album chart; Oasis was forced to cancel their first foreign tour after they were deported from Holland; Keith Knudsen, drummer for The Doobie Brothers died of chronic pneumonia; and Queen released "Killer Queen", Today in Music History.

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Music News: Eaux Claires Festival teases lineup with cassette featuring Bon Iver, James Blake, more Local Blog

Early-bird ticket holders for this year’s Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival received a cassette that seems to tease the yet-to-be-announced lineup. The tape includes a new song by Fall Creek Boys Choir (Justin Vernon and James Blake), as well as music by members of The National; Bruce Hornsby (!); the recently-reactivated Fog; Taggart and Rosewood; Tickle Torture; Nathaniel Rateliff; and more.…

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