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Rock and Roll 1970

1969 ended the 1960s and the time of music festivals, flower people, and many awesome rock bands.

Popular artists who came into the eye of the public in 1970 were Elton John, The Jackson 5, and Diana Ross singing solo for the first time.

Diana Ross’ first number-one solo single was “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Neil Diamond had a hit with “Cracklin’ Rosie”.

Simon and Garfunkel created the hit that still amazes everyone “Bridge Over Troubled Water”.

On the country music side, Johnny Cash won two Grammy Awards for “A Boy Named Sue”.

The rock world mourned the death of two rockers who would never be forgotten – Jimi Hendrix who died on September 18 in London, England The Wind Cries Mary

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 Janis Joplin on October 4 in Hollywood. “Me and Bobby McGee

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This is her memorial and her ashes were scattered from a plane into the Pacific Ocean along Stinson Beach.

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