Today in Music History for Oct. 6:
In 1951, Kevin Cronin, lead singer with "REO Speedwagon," was born in Evanston, Ill. He joined the rock band after their first album in 1971. But he left the following year, rejoining the group in 1975. "REO Speedwagon's" eighth album, 1978's "You Can Tune a Piano But You Can't Tuna Fish," was the first to sell a million copies. But the group's ticket to superstardom was 1980's "Hi-Infidelity," an LP which sold six-million copies and included the No. 1 single "Keep On Lovin' You."
---(The Canadian Press)
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