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On this Day October 20, 2011

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

US photographer Barry Feinstein, best known for taking enduring pictures of musicians such as Bob Dylan and George Harrison, died aged 80. Feinstein was responsible for capturing more than 500 record sleeves, including Harrison's 'All Things Must Pass' album and the cover photograph for Dylan's album 'The Times They Are A-Changin'. Feinstein's picture of Dylan at a damp ferry port on the banks of the River Severn was also used in No Direction Home, Scorsese's 2005 film about the musician. The Rolling Stones sleeve for 'Beggars Banquet', shot in a graffiti-covered toilet, was also Feinstein's work.

On this Day October 20, 2003

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

A jury found Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Tweedy guilty of assaulting a nightclub worker. The singer was sentenced to complete 120 hours of unpaid community service and was ordered to pay her victim £500 compensation, plus £3,000 of prosecution costs. The singer had denied attacking toilet attendant Sophie Amogbokpa, saying she only punched her in self-defence. The charges stemmed from an incident at the Drink nightclub in Guildford, Surrey, on 11 January.

On this Day October 20, 1977

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines and Cassie Gaines from Lynyrd Skynyrd were all killed along with manager Dean Kilpatrick when their rented plane ran out of fuel and crashed into a densely wooded thicket in the middle of a swamp in Gillsburg, Mississippi. The crash seriously injured the rest of the band and crew who were due to play at Louisiana University that evening.

On this Day October 20, 1969

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

The Who played the first of six nights at New York's Filmore East performing a two-hour show featuring the songs from 'Tommy.'

On this Day October 20, 1962

Wednesday, December 31, 1969 7:00pm

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