1995 in Music - Events - September–October


  • September 2 – The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opens in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
  • September 5 – The LuminişVilla, George Enescu Memorial House, becomes an official memorial to the composer.
  • September 8 - For Squirrels vocalist Jack Vigliatura, bassist Bill White and manager Tim Bender are all killed in a van accident near Savannah, Georgia.
  • October – The first International Guitar Festival is held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • September 27 - Time Warner agrees to sell back its 50 percent share of Interscope Records. The media giant had come under intense fire for the explicit lyrics of rap artists on the label.
  • October 2 – Oasis release their second album, (What's the Story) Morning Glory?. The album spawns several number one singles around the world and eventually becomes the third best-selling album in the UK ever.
  • October 11 – Tupac Shakur is released from Clinton Correctional Facility, New York, USA, on US$1.4 million bail which was posted by Suge Knight. In return Tupac signed a three-album deal with Knight's Death Row Records.
  • October 21 - Blind Melon singer Shannon Hoon is found dead of a cocaine overdose at the age of 28.
  • October 23 - Def Leppard enters the Guinness Book of World Records by performing three shows in three continents in the same day, playing Tangier, Morocco, London, England and Vancouver, Canada.

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