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2015 Callaway Garden's Masters Water Ski Tournament!

Kick off Summer 2015 with a splash! Our Memorial Day Weekend Festival features the 56th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament® and a host of other fun attractions at Callaway Gardens including live music, farmers market, and more! www.masterswaterski.com

THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY

On this Day May 04, 1997

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

Courtney Love placed an advert in The Seattle Times selling the house she had shared with Kurt Cobain. The five bedroom four bathroom house was on the market for $3m. The carriage house where Kurt Cobain died had been knocked down during refurbishment.

On this Day May 04, 1989

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

Happy Mondays singer Shaun Ryder was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine in Jersey, he was released on £5,000 bail.

On this Day May 04, 1973

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

Led Zeppelin opened their 1973 North American tour, which was billed as the 'biggest and most profitable rock & roll tour in the history of the United States'. The group would gross over $4 million from the dates, flying between gigs in 'The Starship' a Boeing 720 passenger jet, complete with bar, shower room, TV and video in a 30' lounge and a white fur bedroom.

On this Day May 04, 1967

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

The Young Rascals started a four week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Groovin.' Atlantic Records head Jerry Wexler did not want to release the song. US disc jockey Murray the K heard the track and encouraged Atlantic to release it.

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