Hans Remembers- Friday November 6, 1970- 50 Years Ago.
- Aerosmith performed their first concert under the name Aerosmith at Nipmuc Regional High School In Mendon, Massachusetts. Never much of a fan- especially not a fan with their music after RUN-DMC saved their careers in the mid 80’s with “Walk This Way.”
- In the American League- Cy Young Award was given to Minnesota Twins pitcher Jim Perry. While often overshadowed by his brother- Hall of Fame pitcher Gaylord Perry- Jim Perry was a pretty good pitcher on his own- winning 215 games in his seventeen year major league career. Note- Both brothers won the Cy Young Award in their careers- Jim was first- Gaylord won the AL Cy Young in 1972 and the NL Cy Young Award in 1978.
- Born 50 years ago film and stage actor Ethan Hawke- in Austin, Texas.
- Charlie Hentz a rookie for the Pittsburgh Condors ABA basketball team- shattered both of the glass backboards at Dorton Arena Raleigh, North Carolina during the Condors game with the Carolina Cougars.
Looks like a bunch of guys that only a mother could love.
LOL! I was thinking “Man. Skinny white dudes.”
That’s the shot from the debut album cover. With doors
I became with their 3rd, Toys in the Attic, and liked them through 9 Lives. Not sure what the last ones sound like so may like them too.
I’m a big fan of Ethan Hawke also. He just keeps getting better with age.