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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.

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This Day In Rock - Feb 24

DateBand/ArtistRoIO NameVenueCityStateCountryType
1966-02-24Jimi HendrixCurtis Knight Live material 1965-66Cheetah ClubNew YorkNYUSAAPE
1966-02-24The Rolling StonesDo You Like Billy Wyman (ibex)Palais TheatreSt. KildaMelbourneAustraliaFLAC
1969-02-24Jimi HendrixThe Royal Albert Hall RehearsalsRoyal Albert HallLondonEnglandFLAC
1970-02-24Syd BarrettThe Peel SessionsBBC Radio studioLondonEnglandSHN
1977-02-24Pink FloydPavillion De ParisPavillion De ParisParisFranceSHN
1977-02-24Pink FloydPavillion De Paris - [1st Gen] Pavillion de ParisParisFranceFLAC
1980-02-24Pink FloydUntitledNassau ColiseumUniondaleNYUSASHN
1986-02-24Tom PettyTrue ConfessionsEntertainment CentreSydneyAustraliaFLAC
1989-02-24Todd RundgrenGive Kids A ChanceThe FillmoreSan FranciscoCAUSADVD
2001-02-24TeslaTesla 2001-02-24First AvenueMinneapolisMNUSAFLAC
2005-02-24The Musical BoxLamb with Phil SauceGrand Casino de GeneveGenevaSwitzerlandFLAC
2007-02-24SlayerUntitledClub RevolutionFt. LauderdaleFLUSADVD
2007-02-24TeslaTesla 2007-02-24Route 66 CasinoLaguna PuebloNMUSAFLAC
2008-02-24Neil YoungUntitledTeatro degli ArcimboldiMilanItalyFLAC
2009-02-24TeslaGod Bless TeslaLincoln TheatreRaleigh NCUSAFLAC
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