We flash you back to this day in 2006 when fans and viewers witnessed a better game and better music, judging from the reaction to last Sunday's game in Atlanta. The Pittsburgh Steelers clinched their 5th title, beating Seattle's Seahawks 21-10, and the Rolling Stones provided the entertainment on what was then the largest stage ever assembled mid field for the half time show. Super Bowl XL was played at Ford Field in Detroit.
Former Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver member Michael Andrew 'Duff' McKagan was born on Feb. 5 in 1954 in Seattle. More recently he's been playing bass in the occasionally together Hollywood Vampires with Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp.
Tom Petty and Bob Dylan opened a co-headlining tour world on this day in 1986 in New Zealand.
Queen released Innuendo, its last album with Freddie Mercury, on 2/5/1991.