Useless Facts time! On this day in 1976, rock band The Who earns the title of “World’s Loudest Rock Band” with a 120-decibel, 76,000-watt performance at Charlton Athletic Grounds in London. Their ear-splitting record would stand for nearly a decade.
But did you also know…?
On this day in history:
- Dr. John Harvey Kellogg patents “flaked cereal” (1884);
- Actor and gun enthusiast Clint Eastwood is born (1930); and
- Survivor releases the single “Eye of the Tiger” (1982).
Like there can be any doubt what we’re closing this post with?
Who else wants to go film a montage sequence? Just me?
Enjoy the weekend!