With Ben Gibbard as the lead vocalist of both groups, the nostalgia-heavy night at the Armory featured 20th-anniversary celebrations of the Postal Service’s ‘Give Up’ and Death Cab for Cutie’s ‘Transatlanticism.’
Moon Unit Zappa was born; The Beatles topped the charts with 'Hey Jude'; Bad Company hit No. 1 with their debut album; Andy Kim sang 'Rock Me Gently'; Tina Turner had a highway named for her; and Miles Davis passed away, Today in Music History.
Meat Loaf was born; The Beach Boys got camera ready; Marvin Gaye got a star; Blondie released 'Eat To The Beat', Tony Bennett gets his first No. 1 album, and Mitski was born, Today in Music History.