The Interesting Classic Rock Events That Happened In 1970

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The history of rock is VERY LONG, and to understand it, we must study it. Here you will find some of the Most and Interesting Events That Happened In 1970 in the world of classic rock.

 

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Eva Von Zeppelin V. Led Zeppelin

The band was forced to change its name in response to a noblewoman known as Eva von Zeppelin, the granddaughter of Ferdinand von Zeppelin, founder of the Zeppelin airline company but not the inventor of this aerial vehicle. Be that as it may, Eva decided to flag the band for using her family’s name and even threatened to take legal action against the band members if they happened to perform under the name Led Zeppelin in Denmark.

 

1969 Woodstock Film

The soundtrack for the film Woodstock is released, with recordings from the festival. Those who were there realized that it didn’t sound as good as they remembered it.

 

The Beatles’ Let It Be

The Beatles documentary Let It Be makes its theatrical debut. It is the last Beatles movie. Curiously, Let It Be and not Abbey Road is the album that best defines the band’s separation, even though it has been recorded before Abbey Road.

 

The Death of Jimi Hendrix

On September 18, 1970, he died at the age of 27 in a hotel room, and under confusing circumstances, he is considered the best rock guitarist. However, after five decades, his death, which occurred when he was just 27 years old, continues to embody a mystery.

 

The Death of Janis Joplin

Janis Joplin was found dead in her hotel in Hollywood on October 4, 1970, after conducting the corresponding studies, investigators determined that it had been an accident due to a heroin overdose, but her close friends believe that was not what happened. and that there is something strange in the case that someone is trying to hide.