#1
From www.thisdayinmusic.com

July 13th 1985, At 12.01 Status Quo started the 'Live Aid' extravaganza, held between Wembley Stadium, London and The JFK Stadium, Philadelphia. The cream of the world's biggest rock stars took part in the worldwide event, raising over £40million.

TV pictures beamed to over 1.5bn people in 160 countries made it the biggest live broadcast ever known. Artists who appeared included Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, The Who, David Bowie and Mick Jagger, Queen, Tina Turner, The Cars, Bryan Adams, Hall and Oates, Lionel Richie and Led Zeppelin.

What were you doing on this day?
Last edited by Mudbugclub at Jul 13, 2008,
#4
yeah most people here are 14-18, I'm in my 20s and I wasn't even born then.
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#5
My parents hadnt ****ed yet....

Actually just thinkin about my parents ****ing kinda creeps me out
#7
Quote by Hellvitica
My parents hadnt ****ed yet....

Actually just thinkin about my parents ****ing kinda creeps me out


yea thanks for the thoughts
#8
I was being an egg in my mother's ovary.
What a delightful time.
i hope they cannot see
the limitless potential
building inside of me
to murder everything
i hope they cannot see
i am the great destroyer
#9
I wasn't born yet.
Yes I am from Hawaii.


It's not really a great place to live..
..but fun if you're a tourist!
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