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In the last week of April 1973, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon reached No. 1 on the American charts. In the last week of April 1970, though, they had yet to crack the U.S. Top 50 after three years of recording and performing. In the midst of their third stateside tour, they weren't selling out stadiums. It was during this tour, on April 30, that Pink Floyd played an hour-long set in an empty Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, filmed for broadcast by small local television station called KQED.

"At that point, they were really anxious to have whatever publicity they could," remembers the program's co-producer at KQED, Jim Farber. "We did not have much of a budget. Pink Floyd did the ... Click here to read more.

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This Day In Rock - Sep 23

DateBand/ArtistRoIO NameVenueCityStateCountryType
1972-09-22Pink FloydPlatinum CrackersThe Hollywood BowlHollywoodCAUSAFLAC
1972-09-22Pink FloydStayin Home To Watch The Rain (Rev.B)Hollywood BowlHollywoodCAUSAFLAC
1972-09-22Pink FloydThe Fireman's Tapes Volume IIHollywood BowlHollywoodCAUSAFLAC
1972-09-22Pink FloydDamn Braces, Bless RelaxesHollywood BowlHollywoodCAUSAFLAC
1972-09-22Pink FloydScratch the SilenceHollywood BowlHollywoodCAUSASHN
1976-09-22Roy BuchananuntitledFlynn TheaterBurlingtonVTSHN
1978-09-22Black SabbathUntitled (KRW_CO)Selland ArenaFresnoCAUSAFLAC
1979-09-22RushUnknownBingley HallStaffordEnglandSHN
1981-09-22Duran Duranuntitled (FM)Bayou ClubWashingtonD.C.USAFLAC
1983-09-22RushContents Under PressureRadio City Music HallNew YorkNYUSASHN
1983-09-22RushRadio SignalsRadio City Music HallNew YorkNYUSASHN
1983-09-22RushRow in a NightRadio City Music HallNew YorkNYUSASHN
1983-09-22Adrian BelewuntitledThe Wax MuseumWashingtonD.C.USAFLAC
1987-09-22Pink FloydToronto 22.9.87CNE StadiumTorontoCanadaSHN
1987-09-22Pink FloydOne Of These Fucking DaysCNE StadiumTorontoCanadaFLAC
1987-09-22Pink FloydMaster rec1CNE StadiumTorontoCanadaFLAC
1993-09-22TOOLUntitledSalle VictoriMontpellierFranceFLAC
1996-09-22Pearl JamTOLEDO '96John F. Savage HallToledoOHUSAFLAC
2007-09-22TeslaTesla 2007-09-22New Daisy TheaterMemphisTNUSAFLAC