Day to day musical history for
Jane Powell (1929) (vocals
Debbie Reynolds (1932) (vocals)
Jim Ed Brown (1934) (vocals-Browns-Grand Ol' Opry member)
Rudolph Isley (1939) (vocals-Isley Brothers)
Ronnie Lane (1946) (bass-Small Faces-DECEASED)
Arthur Conley (1946) (vocals-DECEASED)
Simon Crowe (1948) (guitar-mandolin-keys-vocals-Lindisfarne)
Jeff Porcaro (1954) (drums-Toto-DECEASED)
Scott Joplin dies penniless in NYC-1917.
HMV introduces first automatic changer record machine-1928.
Elvis Presley signs movie deal with Hal Wallis-1956.
The Rolling Stones release 1st self titled LP UK-1964.
David Bowie releases 1st solo single Anything You Say/Good Morning Girl-1966.
The Beatles record Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) and finish sessions for LP-1967.
P.J. Proby's Niki Hoeky peaks Can top 30-1967.
Wilson Pickett's Everybody Needs Somebody to Love peaks Can top 30-1967.
Peaches/Herb's Let's Fall in Love peaks Can top 20-1967.
The Monkees' A Little Bit Me peaks Can #1-1967.
The DC5's You Got What it Takes enters US chart-1967.
Jefferson Airplane's Somebody to Love enters US chart-1967.
The Beach Boys sue Capitol for over $2 million-1969.
Phil Spector overdubs strings on The Beatles' Long & Winding Road/Ringo Starr overdubs 3 drum tracks/last official session-1970.
Dr. Hook's Sylvia's Mother enters US chart-1972.
Cat Stevens' Morning Has Broken enters US chart-1972.
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards' Amazing Grace enters UK chart-1972.
Ringo Starr's Back Off Boogaloo enters US chart-1972.
Paul Simon's Mother & Child Reunion peaks Can top 5-1972.
Anne Murray's Cotton Jenny peaks Can #1/enters US chart-1972.
Love Unlimited's Walkin' In the Rain With the One I Love enters US chart-1972.
The 5th Dimension's Last Night I Didn't Get to Sleep at All enters US chart-1972.
Al Green's Look What You Done For Me enters US chart-1972.
The 5 Man Electrical Band's Julianne peaks Can top 20-1972.
Cher's The Way of Love peaks Can top 10-1972.
Ringo Starr's Back Off Boogaloo enters UK chart-1972.
MFSB awarded gold TSOP-1974.
Blue Swede's Hooked On a Feeling peaks US #1-1974.
Frankie Valli awarded gold My Eyes Adored You-1975.
The Bay City Rollers replace Alan Longmuir with Ian Mitchell-1976.
The Rolling Stones receive over million ticket applications for Earls Court week of shows-1976.
Rita Coolidge's Way You Do The Things You Do peaks Can top 20-1978.
Linda Ronstadt's Poor Poor Pitiful Me peaks Can top 30-1978.
Olivia Newton-John/John Travolta's You're the One That I Want enters US chart-1978.
Paul Davis' I Go Crazy peaks Can top 5-1978.
Johnny Mathis/Deniece Williams' Too Much Too Little Too Late enters US chart-1978.
Steely Dan's Deacon Blues enters US chart-1978.
Art Garfunkel/James Taylor/Paul Simon's Wonderful World peaks Can top 20-1978.
Wings' With a Little Luck enters UK chart-1978.
ABBA's Name of the Game peaks Can top 20-1978.
The BeeGees' Night Fever peaks Can #1-1978.
Angel's Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore enters US chart-1978.
Sun Records releases Million Dollar Quartet LP UK-1981.
Marvin Gaye dies gunshot wound-1984.
David Bowie's This is Not America peaks Can top 20-1985.
Ultrasound bar opens Toronto-1990.
Jeff Healey's How Long Can a Man Be Strong peaks Can top 40-1991.
Keven Jordan's No Sign of Rain peaks Can top 40-1991.
Jesse Stone dies-1999.
Paul Atkinson (Zombies) dies-2004.
Buddy Ebsen (1908) (theatrical-DECEASED)
Serge Gainsbourg (1928) (vocals-w.Jane Birkin-Eurovision Song Contest winner-DECEASED)
Marvin Gaye (1939) (vocals-w.Kim Weston-w.Mary Wells-w.Tammi Terrell-w.Diana Ross-DECEASED)
Leon Russell (1942) (vocals-keys-guitar-Asylum Choir-Mad Dogs/Englishmen-w.Elton John-record exec)
Larry Coryell (1943) (guitar)
Emmylou Harris (1947) (vocals-w.Gram Parsons)
Benny Moten dies-1935.
Glenn Miller records American Patrol LA-1942.
Doris Day's Secret Love enters UK chart-1954.
Pat Boone's Two Hearts enters US chart-1955.
Somethin' Smith/Redheads' It's a Sin to Tell a Lie enters US chart-1955.
Johnny Cash records I Walk the Line-1956.
Percy Faith's Theme From a Summer Place peaks US #1-1960.
Peter Paul & Mary arrive London for UK tour-1964.
Dionne Warwick's Message to Michael enters US chart-1966.
The Dave Clark 5's Try Too Hard enters US chart-1966.
The Rolling Stones release Big Hits (HT&GG) US-1966.
The Beach Boys' Sloop John B enters US chart-1966.
Buck Owens' Waiting in the Welfare Line peaks US CW#1-1966.
The Beatles complete sessions for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Abbey Road London UK-1967.
Mary Hopkin's Goodbye enters UK chart-1969.
Ringo Starr releases It Don't Come Easy-1971.
The Allman Brothers Band plays Mar y Sol Festival Puerto Rico-1972.
Dawn awarded gold Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Old Oak Tree-1973.
The 4 Tops awarded gold Ain't No Woman-1973.
Vicki Lawrence awarded gold Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia-1973.
The Beatles release Red and Blue compilations-1973.
The Doobie Brothers awarded gold What Were Once Vices LP-1974.
Boston's Long Time peaks Can top 10-1976.
Deniece Williams' Free enters UK chart-1977.
Burton Cummings' I'm Scared peaks Can top 100-1977.
ABBA's Dancing Queen peaks Can #1-1977.
Joe Tex' Ain't Gonna Bump No More enters US chart-1977.
Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville enters US chart-1977.
Alan O'Day's Undercover Angel enters US chart-1977.
Kenny Nolan's I Like Dreamin' peaks Can top 5/Love's Grown Deep enters US chart-1977.
Boney M's Daddy Cool peaks Can top 20-1977.
Klaatu's Calling Occupants enters US chart-1977.
The Kinks' Sleepwalker enters US chart-1977.
Stevie Wonder's Sir Duke enters US chart-1977.
Kansas' Carry On Wayward Son peaks Can top 5-1977.
Tom Jones' Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow peaks Can top 20-1977.
Ray Noble dies-1978.
F.R. David's Words enters UK chart-1983.
Cyndi Lauper's Girls Just Want to Have Fun peaks Can #1-1984.
Real Life's Send Me an Angel peaks Can top 20-1984.
Kool/Gang's Joanna peaks Can top 20-1984.
Michael Jackson's Human Nature peaks Can top 10-1984.
Corey Hart's Sunglasses at Night peaks Can top 30-1984.
Kenny Loggins' Footloose peaks Can #1-1984.
Buddy Rich dies brain tumour-1987.
Paul Janz' Every Little Tear peaks Can top 10-1990.
The Rolling Stones' Almost Hear You Sigh peaks Can top 30-1990.
The Rolling Stones release Flashpoint LP-1991.
Rob Pilatus (Milli Vannilli) dies-1998.
Edwin Starr dies heart attack-2003.
Doris Day (1922) (vocals-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree)
Don Gibson (1928) (vocals-DECEASED)
Jimmy McGriff (1936) (keys-DECEASED)
Jeff Barry (1938) (vocals-songwriter)
Jan Berry (1941) (vocals-w.Dean/Arnie-DECEASED)
Wayne Newton (1942) (vocals)
Billy Joe Royal (1942) (vocals)
Richard Manuel (1943) (keys-vocals-drums-The Hawks-The Band-DECEASED)
Joe Vann (1943) (vocals-Duprees-DECEASED)
Tony Orlando (1944) (vocals-Dawn)
Barry Pritchard (1944) (guitar-Fortunes-DECEASED)
Lois Ann Wilkinson (1944) (vocals-Caravelles)
Dee Murray (1946) (bass-Plastic Penny-Spencer Davis-Elton John-DECEASED)
Richard Thompson (1949) (vocals-guitar-Fairport Convention-w.Linda Thompson)
Curtis Stone (1950) (bass-mandolin-Highway 101)
Eddie Murphy (1961) (vocals)
Mike Ness (1962) (vocals-guitar-Social Distortion)
Sebastian Bach (1968) (vocals-Skid Row)
Jesse James shot to death-1882.
Frankie Laine's I Believe enters UK chart-1953.
The Johnston Brothers' Oh Happy Day enters UK chart-1953.
Elvis Presley appears Milton Berle Show-1956.
Elvis Presley records It's Now or Never/Mess of Blues-1960.
Al Caiola's Bonanza Theme enters US chart-1961.
The Marcels' Blue Moon peaks US #1-1961.
Jorgen Ingman's Apache peaks US #2-1961.
Bob Dylan enters UK LP chart 1st time with Times They Are a Changing-1964.
Bob Dylan's Subterranean Homesick Blues enters US chart-1965.
Gary Lewis' Count Me In enters US chart-1965.
The Temptations' It's Growing enters US chart-1965.
The Dixie Cups' Iko Iko enters US chart-1965.
The Impressions' Woman's Got Soul enters US chart-1965.
Sir Douglas' She's About a Mover enters US chart-1965.
The Searchers' goodbye My Love Goodbye enters US chart-1965.
Sam the Sham/Pharaohs' Wooly Bully enters US chart-1965.
Herman's Hermits' Silhouettes enters US chart-1965.
The Beatles complete recording Within You Without You-1967.
Jim Morrison turns self in to FBI to answer charges stemming from March Miami performance-1969.
Billy Preston becomes one of 1st signings to Apple Records-1969.
Brinsley Schwarz launched with promo gig that backfired when press from around world flown to NYC at record company expense to see band not yet ready-1970.
Ike & Tina Turner's Proud Mary peaks Can top 20-1971.
Jimi Hendrix' Freedom enters US chart-1971.
Tin Tin's Toast & Marmalade for Tea enters US chart-1971.
The Temptations' Just My Imagination peaks Can chart-1971.
Bobby Sherman's Cried Like a Baby peaks Can top 10-1971.
The Poppy Family's I Was Wondering enters US chart-1971.
Anne Murray's A Stranger in My Place peaks Can top 20-1971.
Lobo's Me and You and a Dog Named Boo enters US chart-1971.
The Jackson 5's Never Can Say Goodbye enters US chart-1971.
John Lennon's Power to the People enters US chart-1971.
Chicago's Free peaks Can top 20-1971.
Tom Jones' She's a Lady peaks Can #1-1971.
Billy Ocean's Love Really Hurts Without You enters US chart-1976.
The Sutherland Brothers' Arms of Mary enters UK chart-1976.
Pratt/McClain's Happy Days enters US chart-1976.
The Captain/Tennille's Lonely Night peaks US top 5-1976.
Johnnie Taylor's Disco Lady peaks US #1-1976.
Diana Ross' Love Hangover enters US chart-1976.
Jim Capaldi's Love Hurts peaks Can top 20-1976.
Joni Mitchell's In France They Kiss on Main Street peaks Can top 20-1976.
The 4 Seasons begin UK tour Bournemouth Winter Gardens-1976.
The Brotherhood of Man's Save Your Kisses For Me peaks UK #1-1976.
Gary Wright's Dreamweaver peaks Can #1/US #2-1976.
Rufus/Chaka Khan's Sweet Thing peaks US top 5-1976.
Charity Brown's Anyway You Want It peaks Can top 10-1976.
Brass Construction's Movin' enters US chart-1976.
101ers/Sex Pistols play Nashville Rooms London UK-1976.
Van Halen's Pretty Woman peaks Can top 5-1982.
Journey's Open Arms peaks Can #2-1982.
Sheena Easton's When He Smiles enters US chart-1982.
LRB's Man On Your Mind enters US chart-1982.
Olivia Newton-John's Make a Move On Me peaks Can top 5-1982.
Gordon Lightfoot's Baby Step Back enters US chart-1982.
Deniece Williams' It's Gonna Take a Miracle enters US chart-1982.
PhD's I Won't Let You Down enters UK chart-1982.
Pigbag's Papa's Got a Brand New Pigbag enters UK chart-1982.
Dan Fogelberg's Run For the Roses enters US chart-1982.
Billy Ocean's Get Out Of My Dreams Get Into My Car peaks US #1-1988.
NKOTB's You Got It peaks Can top 20-1989.
Sam Brown's Stop peaks Can top 10-1989.
Sheriff's When I'm With You peaks Can top 10 2nd time-1989.
Enya's Orinoco Flow peaks Can top 10-1989.
Kon Kan's I Beg your Pardon peaks Can top 10-1989.
Sarah Vaughan dies lung cancer-1990.
Charlie Watts Quintet debuts Ronnie Scott's jazz club London-1991.
Annie Lennox' Medusa CD enters Can chart-1995.
Collective Soul's Collective Soul enters Can chart-1995.
Elastica's Elastica enters Can chart-1995.
Matthew Sweet's 100% Fun CD enters Can chart-1995.
Whigfield's Saturday Night peaks Can top 20-1995.
Lionel Bart dies cancer-1999.
McKinley "Muddy Waters" Morganfield (1913) (vocals-guitar-Blues HoF inductee-Grammy Award winner-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-R&R HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Hugh Masakela (1939) (trumpet)
Major Lance (1939) (vocals-DECEASED)
Dave Hill (1946) (guitar-vocals-Slade)
Larry Leishman (1947) (guitar-Jon/Lee Checkmates-Rhinoceros-Blackstone)
Berry Oakley (1948) (bass-vocals-Allmans-DECEASED)
Garry Moore (1952) (guitar-vocals-Thin Lizzy-BBM-DECEASED)
Scott Joplin dies-1919.
Glenn Miller records Moonlight Serenade-1939.
Kurt Weill dies-1950.
Eddie Cochran records Pink Pegged Slacks-1956.
Skip/Flip's Cherry Pie enters US chart-1960.
Ron Holden's I Love You So enters US chart-1960.
Elvis Presley's Stuck On You/Fame and Fortune enters US chart//Such a Night/Are You Lonesome Tonight recorded-1960.
The Chiffons' He's So Fine peaks US #1-1963.
Mary Wells' My Guy enters US chart-1964.
Henry Mancini's Pink Panther Theme enters US chart-1964.
The Ronettes' Breakin' Up enters US chart-1964.
Barbra Streisand's People enters US chart-1964.
The Impressions' I'm So Proud enters US chart-1964.
The Beatles' Can't Buy Me Love peaks US #1 giving group 3 toppers in a row/Twist & Shout peaks US #2/all top 5 positions monopolised by group/beat own record with 12 tracks on US Hot 100-1964.
The Dave Clark 5's Bits and Pieces enters US chart-1964.
The Beatles' Do You Want to Know a Secret/Thank You Girl enters US chart- 1964.
The Rolling Stones' 19th Nervous Breakdown peaks Can top 10-1966.
The Temptations' Get Ready peaks Can top 40-1966.
Peter/Gordon's Woman peaks Can #1-1966.
Gary Lewis' Sure Gonna Miss her peaks Can top 30-1966.
3 Dog Night's Celebrate peaks Can top 10-1968.
Andy Kim's Friend in the City peaks Can top 20-1970.
Mountain's Mississippi Queen enters US chart-1970.
Ray Stevens' Everything is Beautiful enters US chart-1970.
Bob Seger's Lucifer enters US chart-1970.
Van Morrison's Come Running enters US chart-1970.
Chicago's Make Me Smile enters US chart-1970.
Ronnie Hawkins' Down in the Alley peaks Can top 20-1970.
Dr. Hook/Medicine Show awarded gold Cover of Rolling Stone-1973.
Vicki Lawrence's Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia peaks US #1-1973.
The Rolling Stones' Ladies and Gentlemen... film premieres in quadrophonic sound-1974.
The Sex Pistols play El Paradise London UK-1976.
The Miracles begin UK tour Portsmouth Locarno-1976.
Don McLean's Crying peaks Can top 10-1981.
Blondie's Rapture peaks Can top 5-1981.
Barbra Streisand/Barry Gibb's What Kind of Fool peaks Can top 20-1981.
Eddie Rabbitt's I Love a Rainy Night peaks Can top 20-1981.
Starship's Find Your Way Back enters US chart-1981.
Lionel Richie's You Are peaks Can top 5-1983.
Luba's Everytime I See Your Picture peaks Can top 20-1983.
Def Leppard's Hysteria peaks Can top 20-1988.
Robbie Robertson's Showdown at Big Sky peaks Can chart-1988.
Michael Bolton's Sittin' On the Dock of the Bay peaks Can top 10-1988.
Eric Clapton's Pilgrim CD enters US chart-1998.
Mick Jagger honoured at opening of arts centre bearing his name Dartford UK-2000.
Colin Blunstone/Rod Argent reunite on stage Jazz Cafe London UK-2001.
Gale Storm (1922) (vocals-DECEASED)
Tony Williams (1929) (vocals-Platters-DECEASED)
Joe Meek (1929) (producer-DECEASED)
Billy Bland (1932) (vocals)
Stanley Turrentine (1934) sax-DECEASED)
Dave Swarbrick (1941) (fiddle-vocals-Fairport Convention)
Allan Clarke (1942) (vocals-Hollies)
Crispian St. Peters (1944) (vocals-DECEASED)
Agnetha Faltskog (1950) (vocals-ABBA)
Stan Ridgway (1954) (vocals-Wall of Voodoo)
Johnnie Ray plays London Palladium-1954.
Lonnie Donegan's Cumberland Gap enters UK chart-1957.
Greatest Show of Stars tour begins w.Sam Cooke/Silhouettes/Royal Teens/Everly Brothers/Jimmy Reed/Clyde McPhatter/Paul Anka/Roy Hamilton/Lavern Baker/Frankie Avalon norfolk VA-1958.
Martha/Vandellas' Come Get These Memories enters US chart-1963.
The Searchers appear Ed Sullivan Show CBS TV-1964.
Bobby Curtola's Mean Woman Blues peaks Can top 5-1965.
Sandie Shaw's Girl Don't Come peaks Can #2-1965.
Jimi Hendrix plays Odeon Leeds UK-1967.
Cream's Badge enters US chart-1969.
Donovan's Atlantis enters US chart-1969.
The Guess Who's These Eyes enters US chart-1969.
The Who's Pinball Wizard enters US chart-1969.
James Brown's I Don't Want Nobody to Give Me Nothing enters US chart-1969.
Ray Stevens' Gitarzan enters US chart-1969.
The Spiral Starecase's More Today Than Yesterday enters US chart-1969.
Peter Sarstedt's Where Do You Go To My Lovely enters US chart-1969.
Neon Philharmonic's Morning Girl enters US chart-1969.
The Friends of Distinction's Grazing in the Grass enters US chart-1969.
David Crosby/Graham Nash release self-titled LP-1972.
Grand Funk's Bad Time enters US chart-1975.
Sweet Sensation's Sad Sweet Dreamer peaks Can top 20-1975.
Sugarloaf's Don't Call Us peaks Can top 5-1975.
Ringo Starr's No No Song peaks Can #1-1975.
Seals & Crofts' I'll Play For You enters US chart-1975.
America's Sister Golden Hair enters US chart-1975.
Joe Simon's Get Down Get Down enters US chart-1975.
Pilot's Magic enters US chart-1975.
Roger Whittaker's Last Farewell enters US chart-1975.
Alice Cooper's Only Women enters US chart-1975.
Loggins/Messina's Growin' enters US chart-1975.
Jessi Colter's I'm Not Lisa enters US chart-1975.
Joe Cocker's You Are So Beautiful peaks Can top 5-1975.
Jackson Browne/Richie Havens/John Sebastian perform Dolphin/Whale benefit Tokyo JAP-1976.
Sky's Toccata enters UK chart-1980.
R.E.M. play 1st gig private party church Athens GA-1980.
The Knack's Baby Talks Dirty peaks Can top 20-1980.
Trooper's Janine peaks Can top 10-1980.
Teri DeSario/K.C.'s Yes I'm Ready peaks Can top 10-1980.
Steve Forbert's Romeo's Tune peaks Can top 10-1980.
Red Rider's White Hot enters US chart-1980.
David Essex' Silver Dream Machine enters UK chart-1980.
Pat Benatar's We Live For Love enters US chart-1980.
Ambrosia's Biggest Part of Me enters US chart-1980.
The Babys' Back on My Feet Again peaks Can top 30-1980.
Bob Hite (Canned Heat) dies heart attack-1981.
USA for Africa's We Are the World played by 5000 stations simultaneously worldwide-1985.
Jean-Michel Jarre's Rendezvous Houston concert/laser show draws 1.3 million-1986.
George Michael's Different Corner enters UK chart-1986.
Danny Rapp of Juniors dies-1983.
Sting's If I Ever Lose My Faith in You peaks Can top 10-1993.
Madonna's Bad Girl peaks Can top 5-1993.
Take That's It Only Takes a Minute peaks Can top 20-1993.
Depeche Mode's I Feel You peaks Can top 5-1993.
Duran Duran's Ordinary World peaks Can #2-1993.
Kurt Cobain kills self with gun-1994.
Country Dance Music Awards held/Tracy Byrd's Watermelon Crawl honoured twice-1995.
Alan Ginsberg dies-1997.
Cozy Powell dies-1998.
Cappadonna's Pillage CD enters Can chart-1998.
Gang Starr's Moment of Truth CD enters Can chart-1998.
The Watchmen's Silent Radar CD enters Can chart-1998.
Cocoa Brovaz' Rude Awakening CD enters Can chart-1998.
Pulp's This is Hardcore CD enters Can chart-1998.
Fastball's All the Pain That Money Can Buy CD enters Can chart-1998.
Scott Weiland's 12-Bar Blues CD enters Can chart-1998.
Reba McIntyre's Moments & Memories CD enters Can chart-1998.
Bonnie Raitt's Fundamental CD enters Can chart-1998.
Montell Jordan's Let's Ride CD enters Can chart-1998.
Int'l Latin Music Hall of Fame inducts Jose Feliciano/Willie Colon-2000.
Tammy Wynette's daughters file $50m wrongful death/malpractice suite-1999.
International Latin Music Hall of Fame inducts Jose Feliciano/Willie Colon//Harry Belafonte/Ry Cooder given special recognition awards-2000.
Vernon Dalhart (1883) (vocals-Country Music HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Andre Previn (1929) (composer-conductor-piano)
Merle Haggard (1937) (vocals-guitar)
Chuck Beal (1946) (guitar-Paupers)
Christopher Franke (1953) (drums-keys-Tangerine Dream)
Dottsy (1953) (vocals)
Georg Frederick Handel performs last concert conducting Messiah-1759.
1st Canadian to sell million records Henry Burr dies-1941.
Guy Mitchell's Rock-a-Billy enters US chart-1957.
Chuck Berry's School Days enters US chart-1957.
Ken Copeland's Pledge of Love enters US chart-1957.
Teresa Brewer's Empty Arms enters US chart-1957.
The Diamonds' Little Darlin' peaks US #2-1957.
Perry Como's Round & Round peaks US #1-1957.
Elvis Presley's All Shook Up enters US chart-1957.
Franck Pourcel's Only You enters US chart-1959.
The Fiestas' So Fine enters US chart-1959.
The Everly Brothers begin 1st UK tour London-1960.
Al Martino's I Love You Because enters US chart-1963.
Martha/Vandellas' Come and Get These Memories enters US chart-1963.
Bobby Darin records 18 Yellow Roses LA-1963.
Darlene Love's The Boy I'm Gonna Marry enters US chart-1963.
Brenda Lee's Losing You enters US chart-1963.
The Kingston Trio's Reverend Mr. Black enters US chart-1963.
Gerry/Pacemakers' How Do You Do It peaks UK #1-1964.
The Beatles release For Sale EP UK-1965.
The Beatles begin recording Tomorrow Never Knows Abbey Road London UK-1966.
Buffalo Springfield formed-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Odeon Glasgow-1967.
The Move's I Can Hear the Grass Grow enters UK chart-1967.
Aretha Franklin's Ain't No Way enters US chart/Since You've Been Gone peaks Can top 10-1968.
Stevie Wonder's Shoo Be Doo Be Doo Da Day enters US chart-1968.
The Tremeloes' Suddenly You Love Me peaks Can top 10-1968.
The Mills Brothers' Cab Driver peaks Can top 30-1968.
The People's I Love You enters US chart-1968.
Grapefruit's Dear Delilah peaks Can top 20-1968.
Madeleine Bell's I'm Gonna Make You Love Me peaks Can top 20-1968.
Tommy James/Shondells' Mony Mony enters US chart-1968.
The Delfonics' La La Means I Love You peaks Can #1-1968.
Syd Barrett leaves Pink Floyd-1968.
Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart's Goodbye Baby enters US chart-1968.
Igor Stravinsky dies-1971.
The Rolling Stones sign to Atlantic-1971.
Carly Simon plays Troubadour LA-1971.
Jerry Butler/Brenda Lee Eager awarded gold Ain't Understanding Mellow-1972.
The Stylistics awarded gold Break Up to Make Up-1973.
John Denver's Sunshine On My Shoulders peaks Can #1-1974.
ABBA's Waterloo wins Eurovision song contest-1974.
Carly Simon/James Taylor's Mockingbird peaks Can top 5-1974.
Aretha Franklin's I'm in Love enters US chart-1974.
Stevie Wonder's Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing enters US chart-1974.
Bob Dylan's On a Night Like This peaks Can top 20-1974.
Linda Ronstadt's Silver Threads & Golden Needles enters US chart-1974.
The Spinners' Mighty Love peaks Can top 20-1974.
Slade's Everybody enters UK chart-1974.
California Jam Music Festival held-1974.
Elton John's Philadelphia Freedom peaks US #1-1975.
Bob Marley fined cannabis possession UK-1977.
ABBA's Dancing Queen peaks US #1-1977.
AC/DC's Let's Get it Up peaks Can top 10-1982.
Wang Chung's Let's Go peaks Can top 10-1987.
Janet Jackson's Let's Wait Awhile peaks Can top 20-1987.
Amazulu's Montego Bay peaks Can top 10-1987.
Genesis' I Can't Dance peaks Can top 10-1992.
George Harrison plays benefit for Natural Law Party Royal Albert Hall London UK-1992.
Amy Grant's Good For Me peaks Can top 10-1992.
Tammy Wynette dies blood clot-1998.
Wendy O. Williams dies suicide-1998.
Red Norvo dies-1999.
Johnny Cash performs 1st time since pneumonia at tribute to self NYC NY-1999.
ABBA musical Mamma Mia opens Prince Edward Theatre London UK-1999.
Charles Pettigrew (Charles & Eddie) dies-2001.
Babatunde Olatunji dies diabetes-2003.
Niki Sullivan (Crickets) dies-2004.
Percy Faith (1908) (arranger-conductor-Grammy Award honouree-DECEASED)
Billie Holiday (1915) (vocals-DECEASED)
Ravi Shankar (1920) (sitar-DECEASED)
Bobby Bare (1935) (vocals)
Charlie Thomas (1937) (vocals-Drifters)
Spencer Dryden (1938) (drums-Jefferson Airplane-Hot Tuna-New Riders of the Purple Sage-DECEASED)
Freddie Hubbard (1938) (trumpet-DECEASED)
Mick Abrahams (1943) (guitar-vocals-Jethro Tull-Blodwyn Pig)
Alan Buck (1943) (drums-Four Pennies)
Steve Ellis (1950) (vocals-Love Affair)
Janis Ian (1951) (vocals)
South Pacific debuts Broadway-1949.
Little Richard's Long Tall Sally/Slippin' and Slidin' enters US chart-1956.
Bill Haley/Comets' R-O-C-K/Saints Rock'n'Roll enters US chart-1956.
Elvis Presley's Blue Suede Shoes enters US chart-1956.
The Platters' Twilight Time enters US chart-1958.
Dean Martin's Return to Me enters US chart-1958.
The 4 Lads' There's Only One of You enters US chart-1958.
Little Willie John's Talk to Me enters US chart-1958.
Mick Jagger/Keith Richards visit Ealing Blues Club see Brian Jones play 1st time-1962.
Burl Ives' Funny Way of Laughin' enters US chart-1962.
Walter Brennan's Old Rivers enters US chart-1962.
Shelley Fabares' Johnny Angel peaks US #1-1962.
The Beatles begin recording Got to Get You Into My Life completing next day Abbey Road London UK-1966.
The Winwood Brothers play last gig with Spencer Davis-1967.
Bobby Goldsboro's Honey peaks US #1-1968.
Clarence Carter's Snatching it Back peaks Can top 20-1969.
Frankie Laine's You Gave Me a Mountain peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Temptations' Runaway Child Running Wild peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Sir Douglas Quintet's Mendocino peaks Can top 20-1969.
David Ruffin's My Whole World Ended peaks Can top 10-1969.
Glen Campbell's Galveston peaks Can #2-1969.
The 5th Dimension's Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In peaks Can #1-1969.
The Beatles' Let it Be peaks US #1-1970.
Deodato's Also Sprach Zarathustra peaks in Canadian top 5-1973.
Dr. Hook's Cover of Rolling Stone peaks Can #2-1973.
Elton John's Daniel enters US chart-1973.
Kris Kristofferson's Why Me enters US chart-1973.
Elton John's Bennie & the Jets peaks US #1-1974.
Bob Seger's Old Time Rock'n'Roll enters US chart-1979.
Journey's Just the Same Way enters US chart-1979.
Evelyn Champagne King's I Don't Know If It's Right peaks Can top 20-1979.
Wings' Goodnight Tonight enters UK chart-1979.
M's Pop Muzik enters UK chart-1979.
Gino Soccio's Dancer enters US chart-1979.
Eddie Money's Maybe I'm a Fool peaks Can top 30-1979.
Claudja Barry's Boogie Woogie Dancing Shoes peaks Can top 10-1979.
Neil Diamond's Forever in Blue Jeans peaks Can top 10-1979.
Phil Collins' Against All Odds enters UK chart-1984.
Wham play Workers' Stadium Beijing CHI-1985.
Wang Chung's Don't Let Go peaks Can top 30-1986.
Mr. Mister's Kyrie peaks Can #1-1986.
Atlantic Starr's Secret Lovers peaks Can #1-1986.
Eddie Van Halen delayed by airport police for loaded weapon in luggage-1995.
Liam Gallagher/Patsy Kensit wed-1997.
George Michael charged indecent exposure Will Rogers Park LA-1998.
Drummer Carlos Vega (James Taylor Band) dies self-inflicted gunshot wound-1998.
Brian Wilson plays/records Roxy LA 2 nights-2000.
Van Stephenson dies lymphoma-2001.
Edwin/Pressures' self titled CD enters Can chart-2002.
Carmen McRae (1920) (vocals-DECEASED)
Connie Stevens (1938) (vocals)
Peggy Lennon (1941) (vocals-Lennon Sisters)
Roger Chapman (1942 (vocals-Family-Streetwalkers)
Steve Howe (1947) (guitar-Yes-Asia-ABWH)
Mel Schacher (1951) (bass-Grand Funk)
Adam Woods (1953) (drums-Fixx)
Glen Burtnick (1955) (vocals-guitar-Styx)
John Schneider (1960) (vocals)
Julian Lennon (1963) (vocals-piano)
Glenn Miller's Moonlight Serenade peaks US #1-1942.
Jimmy Dorsey's Besame Mucho peaks US #1-1944.
Odetta records live album Carnegie Hall NYC-1960.
The Supremes record Where Did Our Love Go-1964.
Peter/Gordon's True Love Ways enters UK chart-1965.
The Tremeloes' Here Comes My Baby enters US chart-1967.
The Supremes' Happening enters US chart-1967.
Buffalo Springfield's For What It's Worth peaks Can top 5-1967.
Paul Revere/Raiders' Ups and Downs peaks Can top 20-1967.
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Buy For Me the Rain enters US chart-1967.
The Mojo Men's Sit Down I Think I Love You peaks Can top 30-1967.
Smokey Robinson/Miracles' Mirage peaks Can top 40-1967.
The Lovin' Spoonful's Darling Be Home Soon peaks Can top 10-1967.
Neil Diamond's Girl You'll Be a Woman Soon enters US chart-1967.
Tijuana Brass' Casino Royale enters US chart-1967.
The Happenings' I Got Rhythm enters US chart-1967.
Tommy James/Shondells' I Think We're Alone Now peaks Can top 10-1967.
Engelbert Humperdinck's Release Me enters US chart-1967.
Herman's Hermits' There's a Kind of Hush/No Milk Today peaks Can #2-1967.
Eric Burdon/Animals' When I Was Young enters US chart-1967.
3 Dog Night release Joy to the World UK-1971.
B.J. Thomas' Rock & Roll Lullaby peaks Can top 10-1972.
The Staples Singers' I'll Take You There enters US chart-1972.
Neil Young's Heart of Gold peaks Can #1-1972.
Todd Rundgren's I Saw the Light enters US chart-1972.
Santana's No One to Depend On peaks Can top 20-1972.
Paul Simon's Me & Julio Down By the Schoolyard enters US chart-1972.
Wings' Give Ireland Back to the Irish banned BBC/IRA-1972.
Chakachas' Jungle Fever peaks Can top 20-1972.
David Cassidy's Could It Be Forever peaks Can top 10-1972.
Neil Young's film Journey Through the Past premieres Dallas-1973.
Elton John awarded gold Bennie & the Jets-1974.
Sister Janet Mead awarded gold Lord's Prayer-1974.
Bobby Womack awarded gold Lookin' For a Love-1974.
Nazareth awarded gold Love Hurts-1975.
Minnie Riperton awarded gold Lovin' You-1975.
April Wine's Rock'n'Roll is a Vicious Game peaks Can top 50-1978.
Patti Smith's Because the Night enters US chart-1978.
Jay Ferguson's Thunder Island peaks Can top 10-1978.
Van Halen's You Really Got Me peaks Can chart-1978.
Journey's Wheel in the Sky enters US chart-1978.
Heart's Heartless enters US chart-1978.
Doucette's Mama Let Him Play enters US chart-1978.
USA for Africa's We Are the World peaks US #1-1985.
Glenn Frey's The Heat Is On peaks Can top 10-1985.
Tears for Fears' Shout peaks Can #1-1985.
Honeymoon Suite's Stay in the Light peaks Can top 30-1985.
Candi's Good Together peaks Can top 20-1991.
The Dream Warriors' My Definition peaks Can top 20-1991.
Londonbeat's I've Been Thinking About You peaks Can #1-1991.
Vanilla Ice's I Love You peaks Can top 5-1991.
Celine Dion's Where Does My Heart Beat Now peaks Can top 10-1991.
Kurt Cobain dies self inflicted shotgun wound-1994.
Laura Nyro dies ovarian cancer-1997.
Van Stephenson (Blackhawk) dies cancer-2001.
Antal Dorati (1906) (conductor-composer-OBE-DECEASED)
Art van Damme (1920) (accordion-orchestra leader-DECEASED)
Carl Perkins (1932) (guitar-vocals-DECEASED)
Terry Knight (1943) (vocals-Pack-manager-DECEASED)
Gene Parsons (1944) (drums-vocals-Byrds)
Emil Stucchio (1944) (vocals-Classics)
Les Gray (1946) (vocals-Mud-DECEASED)
Perry Como's Wanted peaks US #1-1954.
Johnny Ray's Such a Night enters UK chart-1954.
Les Baxter's/Al Hibbler's Unchained Melody both enter US chart-1955.
Caterina Valente's Breeze & I enters US chart-1955.
Walter Schumann's Ballad of Davy Crockett enters US chart-1955.
Bruce Johnston joins Beach Boys-1965.
The Kinks play Tivoli Gardens Copenhagen Den/riot ensues-1965.
The Beatles release Ticket to Ride/Yes It Is-1965.
The Rolling Stones perform Ready Steady Go-1965.
Jr. Walker/All Stars' Road Runner enters US chart-1965.
Percy Sledge's When a Man Loves a Woman enters US chart-1966.
Herman's Hermits' Leaning On the Lamppost enters US chart-1966.
The Righteous Brothers' Soul & Inspiration peaks US #1-1966.
The Lovin' Spoonful's Daydream peaks US #2-1966.
The Mamas/Papas' Monday Monday enters US chart-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Empire Liverpool-1967.
Merle Haggard records White Line Fever LA-1969.
King Crimson plays 1st show Speakeasy London UK-1969.
3 Dog Night awarded gold Joy to the World-1971.
Queen plays 1st show Rainbow Theatre London UK-1973.
EW&F awarded gold That's the Way of the World LP-1975.
Phil Ochs commits suicide-1976.
Rod Stewart's First Cut is the Deepest peaks Can top 20-1977.
Daryl Hall/John Oates' Rich Girl peaks Can top 5-1977.
Paul McCartney/Wings' Maybe I'm Amazed (Live) peaks Can top 10-1977.
ABBA's Dancing Queen peaks US #1-1977.
Addrisi Brothers' Slow Dancin' enters US chart-1977.
Aerosmith's Back in the Saddle enters US chart-1977.
Jackson Browne's Here Come Those Tears Again peaks Can top 20-1977.
Gordon Lightfoot's Race Among the Ruins peaks Can top 30-1977.
ELO's Do Ya peaks Can top 20-1977.
David Bowie's Sound and Vision enters US chart-1977.
The Culture Club's Church of the Poison Mind enters UK chart-1983.
The Flying Pickets' Only You peaks Can top 20-1984.
Rockwell's Somebody's Watching Me peaks Can #2-1984.
Sherry Kean's I Want You Back peaks Can top 20-1984.
Frankie Goes to Hollywood begin Euro tour Copenhagen DEN-1985.
Dave Clark's musical Time premieres London starring Cliff Richard-1986.
Dave Prater (Sam &…) dies auto accident-1988.
Robbie Robertson's Somewhere Down the Crazy River peaks Can chart-1988.
Maestro Fresh Wes' Let Your Backbone Slide peaks Can #1-1990.
Warrant's Sometimes She Cries peaks Can top 20-1990.
Sinead O'Connor's Nothing Compares to U peaks Can top 20-1990.
Nirvana/L7/Breeders play Bosnian benefit Cow Palace San Francisco CA-1993.
Songwriter Mae Axton (Heartbreak Hotel) dies-1997.
Tammy Wynette memorial service held Ryman Aud Nashville TN-1998.
Faith Hill begins US tour Orpheum Theater Minneapolis MN-1999.
Bruce Springsteen/E Street Band begin reunion tour Barcelona SPA-1999.
Eddy Duchin (1910) (keys-solo-DECEASED)
Martin Denny (1921) (vibes-solo-DECEASED)
Sheb Wooley (Ben Colder) (1921) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Nathaniel Nelson (1932) (vocals-Flamingos-DECEASED)
Glen Campbell (1936) (vocals-guitar-solo)
Bobbie Smith (1921) (vocals-Spinners)
Don Meredith (1938) (vocals-solo)
Bobby Hatfield (1940) (vocals-Righteous Brothers-DECEASED)
Bunny "Wailer" Livingstone (1947) (vocals-Wailers-solo)
Terre Roche (1953) (vocals-Roches)
Lenny Pickett (1954) (horns-arranger-Tower of Power)
Steven Gustafson (1957) (bass-10000 Maniacs)
Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds (1958) (vocals-solo-record producer/executive)
Brian Setzer (1959or60) (vocals-guitar-Stray Cats-solo)
Afrika Bambataa (1960) (vocals-solo)
Mandy Moore (1984) (vocals-solo)
King Oliver dies bronchial asthma-1938.
Glenn Miller records Little Brown Jug/Sunrise Serenade-1939.
Kay Starr's Wheel of Fortune peaks US #1-1952.
Nat King Cole badly beaten during performance Birmingham AL-1956.
Rick Nelson's singing debut TV/performs I'm Walkin' on family's show-1957.
Chuck Willis dies after operation-1958.
Faron Young's Hello Walls enters US chart-1961.
Roy Orbison's Running Scared enters US chart-1961.
Laverne Baker's Saved enters US chart-1961.
Stu Sutcliffe dies brain hemorrhage-1962.
The Beatles release Second Album US-1964.
The Righteous Brothers' Just Once in My Life enters US chart-1965.
Freddie/Dreamers' I'm Telling You Now peaks US #1-1965.
Jr. Walker/All-Stars' Shotgun peaks US top 5-1965.
Tom Jones' It's Not Unusual enters US chart-1965.
Gerry/Pacemakers' It's Gonna Be Alright enters US chart-1965.
Merle Haggard records Branded Man LA-1967.
The Who play week Saville Theatre London with guest Jimi Hendrix-1967.
Frank/Nancy Sinatra's Something Stupid peaks US #1-1967.
The Herd's I Don't Want Our Loving to Die enters UK chart-1968.
Paul McCartney announces departure from Beatles-1970.
The Bells' Stay Awhile peaks Can #1-1971.
Neil Young's When You Dance I Can Really Love enters US chart-1971.
Dawn's Knock 3 Times enters UK chart-1971.
The Doors' Love Her Madly enters US chart-1971.
The Raiders' Indian Reservation enters US chart-1971.
Stephen Stills' Sit Yourself Down peaks Can top 30-1971.
The Stampeders' Carry Me peaks Can #2-1971.
Santana's Oye Como Va peaks Can top 5-1971.
Honey Cone's Want Ads enters US chart-1971.
John Denver's Take Me Home Country Roads enters US chart-1971.
Chilliwack's Sundown peaks Can chart-1971.
The Cornelius Bros/Sister Rose's Treat Her Like a Lady enters US chart-1971.
Led Zeppelin awarded gold Houses of the Holy LP-1973.
Rhythm Heritage's Barretta's Theme enters US chart-1976.
The Trampps' That's Where the Happy People Go enters US chart-1976.
The Bay City Rollers' Love Me Like I Love You enters UK chart-1976.
Gino Vannelli's Keep On Walking peaks Can chart-1976.
Boz Scagg's It's Over enters US chart-1976.
Vicki Sue Robinson's Turn the Beat Around enters US chart-1976.
Fox' S-s-s-single Bed enters UK chart-1976.
Peter Frampton's Comes Alive LP peaks US #1-1976.
Neil Sedaka's Love In the Shadows enters US chart-1976.
The 4 Seasons' December 1963 peaks Can #1-1976.
Paul McCartney's Silly Love Songs enters US chart-1976.
Dr. Hook's Only 16 peaks Can top 5-1976.
David Soul’s Don’t Give Up On Us peaks US #1-1977.
Nino Rota dies-1979.
Paul McCartney/Stevie Wonder's Ebony & Ivory enters UK/US chart-1982.
Loverboy's When It's Over enters US chart-1982.
Bananarama's Really Saying Something enters UK chart-1982.
The England World Cup Squad's This Time/England We'll Fly the Flag enters UK chart-1982.
Buckner/Garcia's Pac Man Fever peaks Can top 10-1982.
Wham play Zhongshan Memorial Hall Canton CHI-1985.
Guns'n'Roses' Paradise City peaks Can top 20-1989.
Mike/Mechanics' Living Years peaks Can #2-1989.
Elton John's Made in England CD enters Can chart/Believe enters Can chart-1995.
BKS/Ashley MacIsaac's Square Dance Song enters Can chart-1995.
The Headstones' Teeth & Tissue CD enters UK chart-1995.
Little Eva dies-2003.
Nick LaRocca (1889) (ODJB-DECEASED)
Joel Grey (1932) (vocals-theatrical-BAFTA honouree-Oscar honouree-Tony honouree)
Elvis Presley records I Want You I Need You I Love You Nashville-1956.
The Fleetwoods appear Dick Clark Saturday Night show-1959.
Anita Bryant's Paper Roses enters US chart-1960.
Bob Dylan's 1st NYC gig Gerde's Folk City/opening for John Lee Hooker-1961.
Elvis Presley's Follow That Dream premieres-1962.
The Beatles release From Me to You UK-1963.
Gerry/Pacemakers' How Do You Do It peaks UK #1-1963.
The Beatles' Love Me Do enters US chart/group beats own record with 14 tracks on US chart-1964.
The Ray Charles Singers' Love Me With All Your Heart enters US chart-1964.
The Reflections' Romeo & Juliet enters US chart-1964.
Roy Orbison's It's Over enters US chart-1964.
Al Hirt's Cotton Candy enters US chart-1964.
The 4 Seasons' Ronnie enters US chart-1964.
Bobby Goldsboro's It's Too Late peaks Can top 5-1965.
Frank Sinatra records Strangers in the Night-1966.
The Vogues' Magic Town peaks Can #1-1966.
Bob Kuban/In Men's The Cheater peaks Can top 40-1966.
Lesley Gore/Paul Anka perform last episode Hullabaloo-1966.
Herb Alpert/Tijuana Brass' Spanish Flea peaks Can top 5-1966.
Little Caesar/Consuls' You Laugh Too Much peaks Can top 10-1966.
The Harden Trio's Tippy Toeing peaks Can top 30-1966.
The Beatles record Love You Too Abbey Road London UK-1966.
Pop Stoneman's last recording session-1968.
Charles Wright/Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band's Love Land enters US chart-1970.
The Kinks' Victoria peaks Can top 40-1970.
Tommy James/Shondells' Gotta Get Back to You peaks Can top 20-1970.
The Moments' Love on a 2-Way Street enters US chart-1970.
Steppenwolf's Hey Lawdy Mama enters US chart-1970.
Simon/Garfunkel's Cecilia enters US chart-1970.
Jr. Walker's Gotta Hold On To This Feeling peaks Can top 20-1970.
The Beatles' Let it Be peaks Can #1/Paul McCartney announces will not work with John Lennon again-1970.
Johnny Cash's What Is Truth enters US chart-1970.
Frijid Pink's House of the Rising Sun peaks Can top 5-1970.
Vincent Bell's Airport Love Theme enters US chart-1970.
The Doors' You Make Me Real/Roadhouse Blues enters US chart-1970.
Roxy Music's Angel Eyes enters UK chart-1979.
Eddie Van Halen/Valerie Bertinelli wed-1981.
Santana's Winning enters US chart-1981.
Stars on 45's Stars on 45 enters US chart-1981.
Cliff Richard's A Little In Love peaks Can top 5-1981.
Neil Diamond's Hello Again peaks Can top 20-1981.
Eric Clapton's I've Got a Rock'n'Roll Heart peaks Can top 20-1983.
Pretenders' Back on the Chain Gang peaks Can top 5-1983.
Men Without Hats' Safety Dance peaks Can top 20-1983.
George Harrison's When We Was Fab peaks Can top 20-1988.
David Lee Roth's Just Like Paradise peaks Can top 10-1988.
Lisa Lisa's Skip to My Lu peaks Can top 20-1994.
The Breeders' Kelley Deal checks into rehab avoiding heroin charges-1995.
Johnny Dodds (1892) (King Oliver-Louis Armstrong-DECEASED)
Lionel Hampton (1908) (vibes-drums-Benny Goodman-Kennedy Center honouree-National Medal of Arts honouree-DECEASED)
Ned Miller (1925) (vocals)
Tiny Tim (1932) (vocals-ukulele-DECEASED)
Montserrat Caballe (1933) (vocals-opera)
Herbie Hancock (1940) (keys-Miles Davis)
John Kay (1944) (vocals-guitar-Steppenwolf)
David Cassidy (1950) (vocals-Partridge Family-theatrical)
Pat Travers (1954) (vocals-guitar)
Vince Gill (1957) (vocals-guitar-Pure Prairie League)
Will Sergeant (1958) (guitar-Echo/Bunnymen)
Art Alexakis (1962) (vocals-guitar-Everclear)
Amy Ray (1964) (vocals-guitar-Indigo Girls)
Nicholas Hexum (1970) (vocals-guitar-311)
Woody Herman records At the Woodchopper's Ball-1939.
Bill Haley/Comets record Rock Around Clock NYC-1954.
Charlie McDevitt/Nancy Whiskey's Freight Train enters UK chart-1957.
Lonnie Donegan's Cumberland Gap peaks UK #1-1957.
Grammys held/Ray Charles wins 4 including Best Male Vocal (Georgia On My Mind)-1961.
Bob Dylan plays Town Hall NYC-1963.
The Byrds release Mr. Tambourine Man-1965.
The Animals' Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood peaks Can top 10-1965.
Bobby Vinton's Long Lonely Nights peaks Can top 5-1965.
The Rolling Stones' Satisfaction enters US chart-1965.
Shirley Ellis' Clapping Song peaks Can top 10-1965.
Petula Clark's I Know a Place peaks Can #1-1965.
Jan Berry seriously injured car crash-1966.
Mercy's Love Can Make You Happy enters US chart-1969.
Andy Williams' Happy Heart enters US chart-1969.
Sly/Family Stone's Stand enters US chart-1969.
Simon/Garfunkel's Boxer enters US chart-1969.
Stephen Stills' Manassas release debut LP-1972.
The Rolling Stones release Exile on Main Street-1972.
David Essex' That'll Be the Day film premieres London UK-1973.
Rufus' Once You Get Started peaks Can top 20-1975.
Supertramp's Bloody Well Right enters US chart-1975.
Average White Band's Cut the Cake enters US chart-1975.
Gino Vannelli's Powerful People peaks Can top 40-1975.
Linda Ronstadt's When Will I Be Loved enters US chart-1975.
Tony Camillo's/Bazuka's Dynomite Pt 1 enters US chart-1975.
Chicago's Harry Truman peaks Can top 20-1975.
The Beach Boys' Sail on Sailor re-enters US chart-1975.
B.T. Express' Express peaks Can top 5-1975.
Blondie's Call Me enters UK chart-1980.
J. Geils' Love Stinks enters US chart-1980.
Linda Ronstadt's Hurt So Bad enters US chart-1980.
XTC's Making Plans For Nigel peaks Can top 20-1980.
The Beach Boys' Goin' On enters US chart-1980.
Andy Gibb's Desire peaks Can top 10-1980.
Donna Summer's On the Radio peaks Can #2-1980.
Robbie Dupree's Steal Away enters US chart-1980.
David Crosby arrested Dallas nightclub drug/weapons offenses-1982.
Aretha Franklin/George Michael's I Knew You'd Be Waiting peaks US #1-1987.
Cher wins Best Actress Oscar-1988.
Apache Indian's Arranged Marriage peaks Can top 20-1993.
Michael Jackson's Heal the World peaks Can top 20-1993.
Jerry Cantrell's Bobby Depot CD enters Can chart-1998.
Shania Twain sells 10 million copies on back to back releases with Come On Over-1999.
Boxcar Willie dies leukemia-1999.
June Pointer dies-2006.
Horace Key (1934) (vocals-Tams)
Lester Chambers (1940) (vocals-Chambers Brothers)
Jack Casady (1944) (bass-Jefferson Airplane-Hot Tuna)
Lowell George (1945) (vocals-guitar-Mothers-Brotherhood of Man-Little Feat-DECEASED)
Al Green (1946) (vocals-RnR HoF inductee-Grammy honouree-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Songwriters HoF inductee-Gospel HoF inductee)
Roy Loney (1946) (vocals-Flamin' Groovies)
Peabo Bryson (1951) (vocals)
Handel's Messiah performed 1st time Dublin-1742.
Glenn Miller's In the Mood peaks US #1-1940.
Elvis Presley's Peace in the Valley enters US chart/All Shook Up peaks US #1-1957.
Bonnie Guitar's Dark Moon enters US chart-1957.
Marty Robbins' White Sport Coat enters US chart-1957.
Chuck Berry's Little Queenie enters US chart-1959.
The Fleetwoods' Come Softly to Me peaks US #1-1959.
Dodie Stevens' Pink Shoelaces peaks US top 5-1959.
Thomas Wayne's Tragedy peaks US top 5-1959.
Kathy Linden's Goodbye Jimmy Goodbye enters US chart-1959.
Wilbert Harrison's Kansas City enters US chart-1959.
Carl Dobkins, Jr.'s My Heart Is an Open Book enters US chart-1959.
Martin Denny's Quiet Village enters US chart-1959.
Floyd Cramer's On the Rebound enters UK chart-1961.
The Marcels' Blue Moon enters UK chart-1961.
The Dartells' Hot Pastrami enters US chart-1963.
Ray Charles' Take These Chains From My Heart enters US chart-1963.
Bill Anderson's Still enters US chart-1963.
The Rolling Stones get 1st press article Richmond Twickenham Times-1963.
The Beatles record Help 45 Abbey Road London UK-1965.
Grammys presented/Stan Getz-Astrud Gilberto win Record of Year (Girl From Ipanema)/Getz-Joao Gilberto Album of Year/Beatles Best New Artist-1965.
The Beatles record Paperback Writer Abbey Road London UK-1966.
The Rolling Stones play Warsaw POL-1967.
The Rascals' Beautiful Morning enters US chart-1968.
Manfred Mann's Mighty Quinn peaks Can top 5-1968.
Dionne Warwick's Do You Know the Way to San Jose enters US chart- 1968.
Neil Diamond's Red Red Wine enters US chart-1968.
Wilson Pickett's She's Lookin' Good enters US chart-1968.
Guy Marks' Loving You Has Made Me Bananas enters US chart-1968.
The Monkees' Valleri peaks Can #1-1968.
Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell's Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing enters US chart-1968.
The Beatles' Lady Madonna peaks Can #2-1968.
The Allman Brothers Band awarded gold Eat a Peach LP-1972.
Roger Daltrey's first self titled solo LP released-1973.
The Beatles awarded gold Red and Blue compilations-1973.
Gary/Dave's I Fell in Love With You Sometime peaks Can top 3-1974.
The O'Jays' For the Love Of Money enters US chart-1974.
Olivia Newton-John's If You Love Me enters US chart-1974.
Gordon Lightfoot's Sundown enters US chart-1974.
Murray McLauchlan's Linda Won't You take Me In peaks Can top 20-1974.
Blue Swede's Hooked On a Feeling peaks Can #2-1974.
Ray Stevens' Streak enters US chart-1974.
Lighthouse's Can You Feel It peaks Can top 20-1974.
Mud's Cat Crept In enters UK chart-1974.
Elton John's Bennie & the Jets peaks Can #1-1974.
The Carpenters' I Won't Last a Day Without You enters US chart-1974.
Bill Amesbury's Virginia peaks Can top 20-1974.
USA for Africa's We Are the World enters UK chart-1985.
Phil Collins' One More Night enters UK chart-1985.
Billy Joel's Keeping the Faith peaks Can chart-1985.
Prince/Revolution's Kiss peaks US #1-1986.
The Beastie Boys' Fight For Your Right to Party peaks Can top 10-1987.
Genesis' Tonight Tonight Tonight peaks Can top 20-1987.
Lou Gramm's Midnight Blue peaks Can top 20-1987.
Sonny Bono elected mayor Palm Springs-1988.
Rage Against the Machine appear SNL/forbidden to perform 2nd song-1996.
The Chemical Brothers' Dig Your Own Hole CD enters Can chart-1997.
Bush's Gavin Rossdale collapses following performance Mt. Clemens MI-2000.
Metallica sue Napster for pirating music-2000.
The Cadillacs/Flamingos/Dion & the Belmonts/Platters/Hank Ballard & the Midnighters/Original Drifters inducted Doo Wop Hall of Fame Boston MA-2001.
Loretta Lynn (1935) (vocals-Country Music HoF inductee-Grammy winner-Grand Ol' Opry member-Kennedy Center honouree)
Patrick Fairlie (1943) (bass-Marmalade)
Richie Blackmore (1945) (guitar-Deep Purple-Rainbow)
Georg Frederick Handel dies-1759.
George Cates'/Morris Stoloff's Moonglow/Theme From Picnic both enter US chart-1956.
Pat Boone's Long Tall Sally enters US chart-1956.
Tony Bennett's Can You Find it In Your Heart enters US chart-1956.
Art/Dotty Todd's Chanson d'Amour enters US chart-1958.
Larry Williams' Dizzy Miss Lizzie enters US chart-1958.
The Voxpoppers' Wishing For Your Love enters US chart-1958.
Perry Como's Kewpie Doll/Dance Only With Me enters US chart-1958.
David Seville's Witch Doctor enters US chart-1958.
Nat King Cole's Looking Back enters US chart-1958.
Paul Evans' 7 Little Girls Sitting in the Back Seat enters US chart-1959.
Adam Faith's Someone Else's Baby enters UK chart-1960.
The Everly Brothers' Cathy's Clown enters UK chart-1960.
The King Brothers' Standing On the Corner enters UK chart-1960.
James Darren's Conscience enters US chart-1962.
Brenda Lee's Everybody Loves Me But You enters US chart-1962.
James Brown's Night Train enters US chart-1962.
The Beatles see The Stones play 1st time-1963.
Just For You film premieres w.Freddie & the Dreamers/Merseybeats-1964.
The Byrds record I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better/Bells of Rhymney-1965.
Spencer Davis/Who open UK tour Southampton Gaumont-1966.
The Beatles record Rain Abbey Road London UK-1966.
The Supremes/Temptations' I'll Try Something New peaks Can top 20-1969.
Steppenwolf's Rock Me peaks Can top 5-1969.
The Beatles record Ballad of John & Yoko Abbey Road London UK-1969.
3 Dog Night's Try a Little Tenderness peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Arbors' The Letter peaks Can top 30-1969.
Bubble Puppy's Hot Smoke & Sassafras peaks Can top 20-1969.
Stephen Stills breaks wrist in car accident resulting in cancellation of CSNY tour-1970.
The Rolling Stones release Tumblin' Dice/Sweet Black Angel-1972.
Valdy's Good Song peaks Can top 10-1973.
Barry White's I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby enters US chart-1973.
Roger Daltrey's Giving It All Away enters UK chart-1973.
James Leroy's Touch of Magic peaks Can top 10-1973.
David Bowie's Drive In Saturday enters UK chart-1973.
Jermaine Jackson's Daddy's Home peaks Can top 5-1973.
Elvis Presley's Steamroller Blues enters US chart-1973.
Paul McCartney's My Love enters US chart-1973.
Edward Bear's Close Your Eyes enters US chart-1973.
Les Emmerson's Control of Me peaks Can top 5-1973.
Jim Croce's One Less Set of Footsteps peaks Can chart-1973.
Dr. John's Right Place Wrong Time enters US chart-1973.
Alice Cooper's No More Mr. Nice Guy enters US chart-1973.
The Carpenters' Sing peaks Can top 5-1973.
Perry Como's And I Love You So enters US chart-1973.
The Doobie Brothers awarded gold Black Water-1974.
MFSB's TSOP peaks US #1-1974.
The Rolling Stones concert film Ladies & Gentlemen the Rolling Stones premieres-1974.
Ron Wood announced as new stage guitarist for Rolling Stones eventually joining full time after leaving Faces-1975.
Eric Faulkner (Bay City Rollers) ODs on Seconal and Valium/survives-1976.
The Babys' Everytime I Think of You peaks Can top 10-1979.
The Little River Band's Lady peaks Can top 10-1979.
Olivia Newton-John's Deeper Than the Night enters US chart-1979.
Eddie Rabbitt's Every Which Way But Loose peaks Can chart- 1979.
Peaches/Herb's Shake Your Groove Thing peaks Can top 5-1979.
Billy Joel's Big Shot peaks Can top 20-1979.
Claudja Barry's Boogie Woogie Dancin' Shoes enters US chart-1979.
Dr. Hook's When You're in Love With a Beautiful Woman enters US chart-1979.
Frank Zappa's Dancin' Fool enters US chart-1979.
The Doobie Brothers’ What a Fool Believes peaks US #1-1979.
Dire Straits’ Sultans of Swing peaks US top 5-1979.
Blondie's Call Me peaks US #1-1980.
Pete Farndon (Pretenders) dies OD-1983.
Queen's I Want to Break Free enters UK chart-1984.
Orchestral Manoeuvers in the Dark's Locomotion enters UK chart-1984.
The Cult's She Sells Sanctuary peaks Can top 20-1986.
Elton John's Nikita peaks Can #1-1986.
Eurythmics' It's Alright peaks Can top 40-1986.
Feargal Sharkey's A Good Heart is Hard to Find peaks Can top 5-1986.
Cats Can Fly's Flippin' to the 'A' Side peaks Can top 20- 1986.
Fine Young Cannibals' Johnny Come Home peaks in Can top 20-1986.
Burl Ives dies-1995.
Tammy Wynette's body exhumed re autopsy-1999.
Ashanti’s self titled CD enters Can chart-2002.
The Goo Goo Dolls Gutterflower CD enters Can chart-2002.
Neil Young’s Are You Passionate CD enters Can chart-2002.
Bonnie Raitt’s Silver Lining CD enters Can chart-2002.
Don Ho dies-2007.
Bessie Smith (1894) (vocals-Blues HoF inductee-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-RnR HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Roy Clark (1933) (vocals-guitar-Grand Ol’ Opry member-Country Music HoF inductee)
Tim Field (1934) (vocals-Springfields)
Marty Wilde (1939) (vocals)
Dave Edmunds (1944) (vocals-guitar-Love Sculpture-Rockpile)
Wooley Wolstenholme (1947) (keys-vocals-Barclay James Harvest)
Samantha Fox (1966) (vocals)
Les Paul/Mary Ford's How High the Moon peaks US #1-1951.
Tony Bennett's Stranger in Paradise enters UK chart-1955.
Elvis Presley's Good Luck Charm peaks US #1-1962.
The Beatles' Ticket to Ride enters UK chart-1965.
The Rolling Stones release Aftermath LP UK-1966.
Buffalo Springfield play 1st show opening for Byrds Swing Aud San Bernardino CA-1966.
Harpers Bizarre's 59th Street Bridge Song peaks Can top 10-1967.
The Who's Happy Jack enters US chart-1967.
James/Bobby Purify's Shake a Tail Feather enters US chart- 1967.
The Parade's Sunshine Girl enters US chart-1967.
The Mamas/Papas' Dedicated to the One I Love peaks Can top 5-1967.
Ed Ames' My Cup Runneth Over peaks Can top 10-1967.
Jerry Jaye's My Girl Josephine enters US chart-1967.
Lesley Gore's California Nights peaks Can top 20-1967.
The 4 Seasons' Beggin' peaks Can top 10-1967.
Petula Clark's This is My Song peaks Can top 5-1967.
Jimi Hendrix plays Odeon Blackpool-1967.
Aretha Franklin records Think NYC-1968.
The Beatles release Get Back 45 UK-1969.
George Goldner 50s record executive with Roulette/Red Bird dies-1970.
Terry Nelson awarded gold Battle Hymn of Lt. Calley-1971.
Loggins/Messina's Vahevala enters US chart-1972.
Elton John's Tiny Dancer peaks Can top 20-1972.
Jerry Garcia's Sugaree enters US charts-1972.
The Grassroots' Glory Bound peaks Can top 20-1972.
J.J. Cale's Crazy Mama peaks Can top 30-1972.
David Bowie's Changes becomes first US charter-1972.
Tony Orlando/Dawn's Tie a Yellow Ribbon peaks US #1-1973.
Gladys Knight/Pips awarded gold Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me-1974.
Frank Zappa testifies in lawsuit vs. Royal Albert Hall London UK-1975.
Lynyrd Skynyrd's You Got That Right enters US chart-1978.
KC/Sunshine Band's Boogie Shoes peaks Can top 30-1978.
Carly Simon's You Belong To Me enters US chart-1978.
The BeeGees' Night Fever enters UK chart-1978.
Seals/Crofts' You're the Love enters US chart-1978.
Rod Stewart's Hot Legs peaks Can top 30-1978.
Barry Manilow's Can't Smile Without You peaks Can #2-1978.
Andy Gibb's Shadow Dancing enters US chart-1978.
Eric Clapton's Lay Down Sally peaks Can top 5-1978.
Peter Tosh signed to Rolling Stone Records after Mick Jagger sees show Reggae Sunsplash Jamaica-1978.
Billy Joel breaks wrist motorcycle accident-1982.
Julian Lennon's Too Late For Goodbyes peaks Can top 10-1985.
Phil Collins' 1 More Night peaks Can #1-1985.
REO Speedwagon's Can't Fight This Feeling peaks Can #1-1985.
Faith Hill launches Faith CD with performance CMT-US' 1st live televised concert-1998.
Rose Maddox dies kidney failure-1998.
Anthony Newley dies cancer-1999.
Joey Ramone dies lymphoma-2001.
Charlie Chaplin (1889) (composer-DECEASED)
Henry Mancini (1924) (piano-composer-conductor-Oscar honouree-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Songwriters HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Roy Hamilton (1929) (vocals-DECEASED)
Bobby Vinton (1935) (vocals-sax)
Dusty Springfield (1939) (vocals-Springfields-DECEASED)
Stefan Grossman (1945) (guitarist-Fugs-record company exec)
Gerry Rafferty (1947) (vocals-Stealers Wheel-DECEASED)
Jimmy Osmond (1963) (vocals-Osmonds)
Al Bowlly killed air raid London UK-1941.
Buddy Holly's Blue Days Black Nights released US/1st single-1956.
Chuck Berry records Roll Over Beethoven/Too Much Monkey Business/Brown Eyed Handsome Man/Havana Moon Chess Studios Chicago IL-1956.
Eddie Cochran's last gig Hippodrome Bristol-1960.
Bob Dylan writes Blowin' In the Wind-1962.
The Searchers' Don't Throw Your Love Away enters UK chart-1964.
The Beatles record Hard Day's Night Abbey Road London UK-1964.
The Walker Bros.' Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore enters US chart-1966.
Stevie Wonder's Nothing's Too Good For My Baby enters US chart-1966.
Chris Montez' The More I See You enters US chart-1966.
The Mindbenders' Groovy Kind of Love enters US chart-1966.
Bobby Fuller's Love's Made a Fool of You enters US chart-1966.
Bob Dylan's Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 enters US chart-1966.
Ronnie Dove's Let's Start All Over Again enters US chart-1966.
Spencer Davis' Somebody Help Me peaks UK #1-1966.
Aretha Franklin releases Respect-1967.
James Brown records Licking Stick Cincinnatti-1968.
Elektra Records drops MC5 for running ad antagonising Hudson's Department Store Detroit MI-1969.
Tommy Roe's Dizzy enters UK chart-1969.
Fleetwood Mac's Man of the World enters UK chart-1969.
The Rolling Stones release Brown Sugar-1971.
ELO debuts Greyhound Pub Surrey London UK-1972.
Chuck Berry banned Fairfield Hall Croydon as inappropriate-1976.
David Soul's Don't Give Up On Us peaks US #1-1977.
10cc's The Things We Do For Love peaks Can #1/US top 5-1977.
April Wine's Dreams enters US chart-1977.
Thelma Houston's Don't Leave Me This Way peaks Can top 5-1977.
Marvin Gaye's Got to Give It Up enters US chart-1977.
Pablo Cruise's Whatcha Gonna Do enters US chart-1977.
Morris Stoloff dies-1980.
The New Edition's Candy Girl enters UK chart-1983.
Heaven 17's Temptation enters UK chart-1983.
The Culture Club's Miss Me Blind peaks Can top 10-1984.
Weird Al Yankovic's Eat It peaks Can top 5-1984.
Thomas Dolby's Hyperactive peaks Can top 20-1984.
Manfred Mann's Runner peaks Can top 20-1984.
Shannon's Let the Music Play peaks Can top 20-1984.
Gloria Estefan's Here We Are peaks Can top 20-1990.
Technotronic's Get Up peaks Can top 20-1990.
Lisa Stanfield's All Around the World peaks Can #1-1990.
Bros' Chocolate Box peaks Can top 20-1990.
Phil Collins' I Wish It Would Rain Down peaks Can top 5-1990.
Michael Penn's No Myth peaks Can top 10-1990.
Skip Spence dies lung cancer-1999.
Shania Twain honoured as songwriter/artist of year by Nashville Songwriter's Association-1999.
Johnny Rivers inducted Louisiana Hall of Fame-2000.
James Last (1929) (bandleader-CoM honouree)
Chris Barber (1930) (trombone-band leader)
Don Kirshner (1934) (publisher-producer-DECEASED)
Billy Fury (1941) (vocals-DECEASED)
Roy Estrada (1943) (bass-Mothers-Little Feat)
Bobby Curtola (1944) (vocals)
William Kreutzmann (1946) (drums-Grateful Dead)
Jan Hammer (1948) (keys-w.Jeff Beck-Mahavishnu Orchestra)
Liz Phair (1967) (vocals)
Al Jolson records Ragging the Baby to Sleep-1912.
Eddie Cochran dies/Gene Vincent injured car accident UK-1960.
The Fleetwoods' Tragedy enters US chart-1961.
Ral Donner's Girl of My Best Friend enters US chart-1961.
The Shirelles' Mama Said enters US chart-1961.
Elvis Presley's Flaming Star enters US chart-1961.
Connie Francis' Breakin' In a Brand New Broken Heart enters US chart-1961.
The Rolling Stones first LP released UK-1964.
Peter/Gordon's True Love Ways enters US chart-1965.
The Beach Boys' Help Me Rhonda enters US chart-1965.
The DC5's Reelin' and Rockin' enters US chart-1965.
The Beau Brummels' Just a Little enters US chart-1965.
Gene Chandler's Nothing Can Stop Me enters US chart-1965.
Herman's Hermits' Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter enters US chart-1965.
The Beatles record Doctor Robert Abbey Road London UK-1966.
The Rolling Stones play Athens GRE-1967.
Julie Driscoll/Brian Auger/Trinity's This Wheel's On Fire enters UK chart-1968.
Gary Puckett/Union Gap's Young Girl enters UK chart-1968.
The Small Faces' Lazy Sunday enters UK chart-1968.
Aretha Franklin records House That Jack Built/I Say a Little Prayer NYC-1968.
Paul McCartney releases debut solo LP-1970.
Elton John releases self-titled LP UK-1970.
Johnny Cash command performance Richard Nixon White House-1970.
The 5th Dimension's Love's Lines Angles & Rhymes peaks Can top 20- 1971.
Ringo Starr's It Don't Come Easy enters UK chart-1971.
Boz Scagg's We Were Always Sweethearts enters US chart-1971.
Carly Simon's That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be enters US chart-1971.
The Staple Singers' Heavy Makes You Happy peaks Can chart-1971.
Sammi Smith's Help Me Make It Through the Night peaks Can top 5-1971.
Ocean's Put Your Hand in the Hand peaks Can top 10-1971.
Van Morrison's Blue Money peaks Can top 20-1971.
Aretha Franklin's Bridge Over Troubled Water/Brand New Me enters US chart-1971.
Joe Cocker's Bird on a Wire peaks Can chart-1971.
George Harrison's What Is Life peaks Can top 5-1971.
Glen Campbell's Dream Baby peaks Can top 20-1971.
The Guess Who's Albert Flasher/Broken enter US chart-1971.
Marvin Gaye's What's Goin' On peaks Can chart-1971.
ELP awarded gold Pictures at an Exhibition LP-1972.
The Stylistics awarded gold Betcha By Golly Wow-1972.
Pink Floyd awarded gold Dark Side of the Moon LP-1973.
Vinnie Taylor of Sha Na Na dies of alleged drug OD-1974.
Hank Mizell's Jungle Rock enters UK top 5 nineteen years after release-1976.
Maxine Nightingale's Right Back Where We Started From peaks Can top 20-1976.
Gary Wright's Love is Alive enters US chart-1976.
Starbuck's Moonlight Feels Right enters US chart-1976.
Seals/Crofts' Get Closer enters US chart-1976.
Heart's Crazy on You enters US chart-1976.
Donny/Marie's Deep Purple peaks Can top 20-1976.
Captain/Tenille's Lonely Nights peaks Can #1-1976.
The Manhattans' Kiss & Say Goodbye enters US chart-1976.
The Carpenters' There's a Kind of Hush peaks Can top 10-1976.
The Doobie Brothers' Takin' it to the Streets enters US chart-1976.
Johnny Cash's One Piece at a Time enters US chart-1976.
Amii Stewart's Knock On Wood peaks US #1-1979.
Bob Marley performs Independence Day concert Salisbury ZIM-1980.
Roxy Music's Over You enters UK chart-1980.
Yazoo's Only You enters UK chart-1982.
Asia's Heat of the Moment enters US chart-1982.
Dan Fogelberg's Leader of the Band peaks Can top 20-1982.
Quarterflash's Find Another Fool peaks Can top 20-1982.
David Bowie's Cat People enters US chart-1982.
The Go-Gos' We Got the Beat peaks Can top 5-1982.
Stevie Wonder's That Girl peaks Can top 20-1982.
Toto's Rosanna enters US chart-1982.
Huey Lewis/News' Do You Believe in Love peaks Can top 20-1982.
Quincy Jones/James Ingram's 100 Ways peaks Can chart-1982.
J. Geils' Freeze Frame peaks Can #2-1982.
Felix Pappalardi (Mountain/producer) shot to death by wife-1983.
Bobby Brown's Roni peaks Can top 20-1989.
Songwriter Jack (Happy Days Are Here Again) Yellen dies-1991.
The Tea Party's Edges of Twilight CD enters Can chart-1995.
Tupac Shakur's Me Against the World CD enters Can chart-1995.
Faith No More's King For a Day CD enters Can chart-1995.
Guns'n'Roses' Sympathy For the Devil peaks Can top 10-1995.
20 Fingers' Short Dick Man peaks Can top 10-1995.
Hole perform season opener MTV Unplugged-1995.
TLC's Creep peaks Can top 20-1995.
Luther Vandross/Mariah Carey's Endless Love peaks Can top 20-1995.
Sheryl Crow's All I Wanna Do peaks Can top 20-1995.
Linda McCartney dies breast cancer-1998.
Joey Ramone funeral held Forest Hills NY-2001.
Earl King dies diabetes-2003.
Leopold Stokowski (1882) (keys-violin-conductor-Oscar honouree-Grammy recipient-DECEASED)
Lord Kitchener (1922) (vocals-DECEASED)
Clarence Gatemouth Brown (1924) (vocals-guitar-DECEASED)
Mike Vickers (1941) (guitar-sax-arranger-Manfred Mann-orchestra leader)
Skip Spence (1944or46) (drums-guitar-vocals-Jefferson Airplane-Moby Grape-DECEASED)
Hayley Mills (1946) (vocals)
Guy Lombardo/Royal Canadians' It's Love Love Love peaks US #1-1944.
Jack Scott's Burning Bridges enters US chart-1960.
Jimmy Jones' Good Timin' enters US chart-1960.
The Everly Brothers' Cathy's Clown enters US chart-1960.
The Beatles' From Me to You enters UK chart/play Royal Albert Hall-1963.
The Beatles' PS I Love You enters US chart-1964.
The New Christy Minstrels' Today enters US chart-1964.
Billy J. Kramer's Little Children enters US chart-1964.
The Bachelors' Diane enters US chart-1964.
Tony Sheridan/Beatles' Why enters US chart-1964.
The Searchers' Ain't That Just Like Me enters US chart-1964.
Wayne Fontana/Mindbenders' Game of Love peaks US #1-1965.
The Big Town Boys' Hey Girl Go It Alone peaks Can top 10-1966.
B.J. Thomas' I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry peaks Can #2-1966.
Norma Tanega's Walkin' My cat Named Dog peaks Can top 5-1966.
Mitch Ryder/Detroit Wheels' Little Latin Lupe Lu peaks Can top 20-1966.
The Pozo Seco Singers' Time peaks Can top 10-1966.
Al Martino's Think I'll Go and Cry Myself to Sleep peaks Can top 20-1966.
The Lovin' Spoonful's Daydream peaks Can #1-1966.
Tom Jones' Daughter of Darkness enters UK chart-1970.
Led Zeppelin end 153-date 16-month tour-1970.
The Who's Seeker enters US chart-1970.
White Plains' My Baby Loves Lovin' enters US chart-1970.
Joe Cocker's Letter enters US chart-1970.
The Brotherhood of Man's United We Stand enters US chart-1970.
Edison Lighthouse's Love Grows peaks Can top 5-1970.
James Brown awarded gold Payback-1974.
Aerosmith awarded gold Get Your Wings LP-1975.
Thelma Houston's Don't Leave Me This Way peaks US #1-1977.
ABBA's Super Trouper peaks Can top 40-1981.
Leo Sayer's Living In a Fantasy peaks Can top 20-1981.
Alan Parsons' Time enters US chart-1981.
Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 peaks Can #1-1981.
Dire Straits' Twistin' By the Pool peaks Can top 20-1983.
Marvin Gaye begins final tour-1983.
ABC's Poison Arrow peaks Can top 30-1983.
Bananarama's Shy Boy peaks Can top 10-1983.
Dexy's Midnight Runners' Come On Eileen peaks US #1-1983.
Gloria Estefan's Can't Stay Away From You peaks Can top 20-1988.
John Mellencamp's Check It Out peaks Can top 10-1988.
T'Pau's China In Your Hand peaks Can top 20-1988.
Richard Marx' Endless Summer Nights peaks Can top 5-1988.
Def Leppard's Adrenalize CD debuts US chart #1-1992.
Bruce Springsteen's Lucky Town/Human Touch CDs both debut US chart-1992.
Wynonna's self titled debut CD debuts US chart-1992.
Melvin van Peebles dropped by Capitol after attacking company VP-1995.
Chic's Bernard Edwards dies Tokyo-1996.
Diamond Reo become members Grand Ol' Opry-1998.
Alexis Korner (1928) (vocals-guitar-Blues Incorporated-Free at Last- New Church-CCS-DECEASED)
Dudley Moore (1931) (keys-Grammy honouree-Golden Globe honouree-CBE honouree-DECEASED)
Alan Price (1942) (vocals-keys-Animals)
Eve Graham (1943) (vocals-New Seekers)
Mark Volman (1947) (vocals-Turtles-Mothers-Flo/Eddie)
Bob Rock (1954) (bass-Payolas-Rockhead-producer)
Rod Morgenstein (1953) (Dixie Dregs)
Andy Williams' Butterfly enters UK chart-1957.
Elvis Presley's Stuck On You peaks US #1-1960.
B.Bumble/Stingers' Nut Rocker enters UK chart-1962.
The Rolling Stones make 1st trip outside UK to Switzerland/tape TV show Montreux-1964.
The Beatles tape Around The Beatles TV special-1964.
Herman's Hermits' Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter peaks Can #1-1965.
The 3 Degrees' Gee Baby I'm Sorry peaks Can top 20-1965.
The Seekers' I'll Never Find Another You peaks Can top 5-1965.
The Rolling Stones' Last Time peaks Can top 10-1965.
The Beatles release Ticket to Ride/Yes It Is US-1965.
The Ikettes' Peaches & Cream peaks Can top 20-1965.
Johnny Kidd/Pirates break up-1966.
Jan Berry seriously injured car crash-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Odeon Birmingham UK-1967.
Mary Hopkin's Goodbye enters US chart-1969.
The Hollies' Sorry Suzanne enters US chart-1969.
Roberta Flack awarded gold First Time Ever I Saw Your Face-1972.
The Jackson 5's ABC peaks US #1-1970.
Aretha Franklin awarded gold Daydreaming-1972.
Marvin Hamlisch's OST The Sting LP awarded gold-1974.
Bob Dylan's Tangled Up in Blue peaks Can top 30-1975.
The Captain/Tennille's Love Will Keep us Together enters US chart-1975.
Thundermug's Let's Live Together peaks Can chart-1975.
Minnie Riperton's Lovin' You peaks Can top 5-1975.
Phoebe Snow's Poetry Man peaks Can top 5-1975.
Van McCoy's The Hustle enters US charts-1975.
Led Zeppelin's Trampled Underfoot enters US charts-1975.
Bad Company's Good Lovin' Gone Bad enters US chart-1975.
Elton John's Philadelphia Freedom reaches Can #1-1975.
Michael Jackson's She's Out Of My Life enters US chart-1980.
Uranus' You're So Square peaks Can chart-1980.
The Manhattan Transfer's Twilight Zone/Tone enters US chart-1980.
Rush's Spirit of Radio peaks Can top 30-1980.
Linda Ronstadt's How Do I Make You peaks Can top 20-1980.
Flying Lizards' Money peaks Can top 10-1980.
Prism's Night to Remember peaks Can top 40-1980.
Tom Petty's Refugee peaks Can #2-1980.
Paul McCartney's Coming Up enters UK chart-1980.
The B-52s' Rock Lobster enters US chart-1980.
Bruce Cockburn's Tokyo peaks Can chart-1980.
Pat Benatar's Heartbreaker peaks Can top 20-1980.
April Wine's I Like To Rock peaks Can chart-1980.
ABC's How To Be a Millionaire peaks Can chart-1986.
Madonna's Like a Prayer peaks US #1-1989.
Steve Douglas (Duane Eddy/Rebels/sessionman) dies heart failure during Ry Cooder session-1993.
Jade's Don't Walk Away peaks Can top 20-1993.
Bizarre Inc's I'm Gonna Get You peaks Can top 20-1993.
Snap's Exterminate peaks Can top 20-1993.
Jeremy Jordan's Right Kind of Love peaks Can top 10-1993.
Andrea Bocelli performs before Pres. Clinton Kennedy Center Washington DC-1998.
Louis Applebaum dies cancer-2000.
David Cole (C+C Music Factory) dies-2000.
Tito Puente (1923) (percussionist-bandleader-DECEASED)
Johnny Tillotson (1939) (vocals-solo)
Luther Vandross (1951) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Biggest Rock'n'Roll Tour begins f.Billy Haley/Frankie Lymon/Drifters/Clyde McPhatter/Lavern Baker/Joe Turner/Flamingos Hershey PA-1956.
Chuck Willis' CC Rider enters US chart-1957.
Gail Storm's Dark Moon enters US chart-1957.
Johnnie Ray's Yes Tonight Josephine enters US chart-1957.
Buddy Holly's Rave On released US-1958.
Brook Benton's Endlessly enters US chart-1959.
Edd Byrnes' Kookie Kookie Lend Me Your Comb enters US chart-1959.
The Falcons' You're So Fine enters US chart-1959.
Dion/Belmonts' Teenager in Love enters US chart-1959.
Bobby Darin's Dream Lover enters US chart-1959.
Sam Cooke's Another Saturday Night enters US chart-1963.
Etta James' Pushover enters US chart-1963.
The 4 Seasons' Ain't That a Shame enters US chart-1963.
James Brown's Prisoner of Love enters US chart-1963.
Solomon Burke's If You Need Me enters US chart-1963.
The Rolling Stones make 1st appearance Switzerland Montreux TV Festival-1964.
Elvis Presley's Viva Las Vegas film premieres-1964.
The Beatles begin recording And Your Bird Can Sing/Taxman Abbey Road London UK-1966.
The Beatles finish recording Only a Northern Song-1967.
Deep Purple play 1st live show DEN-1968.
Spanky/Our Gang's Like to Get to Know You enters US chart-1968.
The Supremes' Forever Came Today peaks Can top 20-1968.
Bobby Taylor/Vancouvers' Does Your Mama Know About Me enters US chart-1968.
Raymond Lefevre's Soul Coaxing peaks Can top 40-1968.
Gary Puckett/Union Gap's Young Girl peaks Can #1-1968.
Esther/Abi Ofarim's Cinderella Rockafella peaks Can top 10-1968.
Gene/Debbe's Playboy peaks Can top 10-1968.
DDDBM&T's Legend of Xanadu peaks Can top 10-1968.
The Beach Boys' Friends enters US chart-1968.
Paul McCartney releases 1st solo LP US-1970.
Composer Perry Bradford dies-1970.
Bo Donaldson/Heywoods' Billy Don't Be a Hero enters US chart-1974.
Paul McCartney's Band on the Run enters US chart-1974.
Sister Janet Mead's Lord's Prayer peaks Can top 5-1974.
The Ozark Mountain Daredevils' If You Wanna Get to Heaven enters US chart-1974.
Charlie Rich's A Very Special Love Song peaks Can top 5-1974.
The Hollies' Air That I Breathe enters US chart-1974.
Anne Murray's You Won't See Me enters US chart-1974.
Kool/Gang's Hollywood Swinging enters US chart-1974.
The Guess Who's Star Baby peaks Can top 10-1974.
ABBA's Waterloo enters UK chart-1974.
Jim Stafford's My Girl Bill enters US chart-1974.
Peters/Lee's Don't Stay Away Too Long enters UK chart-1974.
The Doobie Brothers' Another Park Another Sunday enters US chart-1974.
The Rolling Stones release Black and Blue LP and Fool to Cry/Crazy Mama-1976.
George Harrison joins Monty Python for Lumberjack Song Civic Center NYC NY-1976.
The Bronski Beat/Marc Almond's I Feel Love medley enters UK chart-1985.
Bryan Adams' Heat of the Night peaks Can top 10-1987.
The Pursuit Of Happiness' I'm an Adult Now peaks Can top 40-1987.
Linda Ronstadt/James Ingram's Somewhere Out There peaks Can #2-1987.
Europe's Final Countdown peaks Can #1-1987.
Whitney Houston's Where Do Broken Hearts Go peaks US #1-1988.
Steve Marriott dies house fire-1991.
Madonna signs $60 million deal with Warner-1992.
Naughty By Nature's Everything's Gonna Be Alright peaks Can top 10-1992.
Bruce Springsteen's Human Touch peaks Can top 5-1992.
Ce Ce Peniston's We Got a Love Thang peaks Can top 10-1992.
Plastikman refused US entry lacking proper work papers-1995.
Christopher Robin Milne dies-1996.
Kiss' full paint/reunion tour tickets go on sale-1996.
SWV's You're the One enters US chart-1996.
The Rolling Stones' No Security tour ends San Jose CA/gross $64.6 million-1999.
Marion "Suge" Knight named suspect murder Notorious B.I.G.-1999.
Mase announces retirement to follow God-1999.
GMA Dove awards held/Steven Curtis Chapman wins 6-2000.
ODB pleads guilty to cocaine possession Queens NY-2001.
Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith (1921) (guitar)
Dennis Edmonton (Mars Bonfire) (1943) (drums-Sparrows/Sparrow-Steppenwolf)
Iggy Pop (1947) (vocals-Stooges)
Alan Warner (1947) (guitar-Foundations)
Robert Smith (1959) (vocals-Cure)
Vic Damone's On the Street Where You Live enters US chart-1956.
The Diamonds' Church Bells May Ring enters US chart-1956.
Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel peaks US #1-1956.
Tony Martin's Walk Hand in Hand enters US chart-1956.
The Everly Brothers' All I Have to Do is Dream/Claudette enters US chart-1958.
Paul Anka's Crazy Love/Let the Bells Keep Ringing enters US chart-1958.
Rick Nelson's Believe What You Say peaks US top 5-1958.
The Platters' Twilight Time peaks US #1-1958.
Ed Townsend's For Your Love enters US chart-1958.
Elvis Presley's Wear My Ring Around Your Neck/Doncha Think It's Time enters US chart-1958.
The Beatles make Cavern Club debut Liverpool UK-1961.
The Blue-Belles' I Sold My Heart to the Junkman enters US chart-1962.
Dion's Lovers Who Wander enters US chart-1962.
Elvis Presley's Good Luck Charm peaks US #1-1962.
Rick Nelson's Young World peaks US top 5-1962.
Ben E. King's Don't Play That Song enters US chart-1962.
The Beatles see the Rolling Stones Crawdaddy Club Richmond-1963.
Manfred Mann's Pretty Flamingo enters UK chart-1966.
The Beatles record Taxman-1966.
Jimi Hendrix performs City Hall Newcastle-1967.
The Beach Boys' I Can Hear Music peaks Can top 40-1969.
Gary Puckett/Union Gap's Don't Give In to Him peaks Can top 5-1969.
Peppermint Rainbow's Will You Be Staying After Sunday peaks Can top 20-1969.
Janis Joplin/Kozmic Blues Band play 1st UK appearance Royal Albert Hall London UK-1969.
Neil Diamond's Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show peaks Can top 10-1969.
Earl Hooker dies TB-1970.
Saxophonist Don Drummond dies-1971.
Neil Young awarded gold Heart of Gold-1972.
The Doobie Brothers' Long Train Runnin' enters US chart-1973.
The Stampeders' Oh My Lady peaks Can top 20-1973.
Tony Orlando/Dawn's Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree peaks Can #1-1973.
Aretha Franklin's Master of Eyes peaks Can top 20-1973.
The 4 Tops' Ain't No Woman peaks Can top 20-1973.
Deep Purple's Woman From Tokyo enters US chart-1973.
Wizzard's See My Baby Jive enters UK chart-1973.
Bloodstone's Natural High enters US chart-1973.
Loudon Wainwright III's Dead Skunk peaks Can top 10-1973.
Jim Croce's Bad Bad Leroy Brown enters US chart-1973.
Keith Hampshire's First Cut is the Deepest enters US chart-1973.
B.J. Thomas' Hey Won't You Play Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song peaks US #1-1975.
Eric Carmen awarded gold All By Myself-1976.
Gino Vannelli's Wheels of Life peaks Can top 40-1979.
Rod Stewart's Ain't Love a Bitch enters US chart-1979.
Donna Summer's Hot Stuff enters US chart-1979.
Rex Smith's You Take My Breath Away enters US chart-1979.
Anne Murray's I Just Fall in Love Again peaks Can #1-1979.
The Blues Brothers' Rubber Biscuit peaks Can chart-1979.
Trooper's Moment That It Takes peaks Can top 20-1979.
Poco's Crazy Love peaks Can top 20-1979.
Dire Straits' Sultans of Swing peaks Can top 5-1979.
Murray McLauchlan's Whispering Rain peaks Can top 30-1979.
Billy Joel's Honesty enters US chart-1979.
Dan Seals' Bop peaks Can #1-1986.
Starship's Sara peaks Can #1-1986.
Steve Marriott (Small Faces/Humble Pie) dies house fire-1991.
Elvis Crespo wins 4 Billboard Latin Music Awards-1999.
Neal Matthews Jr (Jordanaires) dies heart attack-2000.
Peter Buck (R.E.M.) arrested Heathrow London UK re disturbance on aircraft-2001.
Andrew WK's I Get Wet CD enters Can chart-2002.
Sheryl Crow's C'mon C'mon CD enters Can chart-2002.
Eddie Albert (1906) (vocals-theatrical-DECEASED)
Charles Mingus (1922) (bass-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-DECEASED)
Glen Campbell (1936) (vocals-guitar)
Jack Nicholson (1937) (vocals-theatrical)
Jack Nitzsche (1937) (composer-arranger-DECEASED)
Ray Griff (1940) (vocals)
Mel Carter (1943) (vocals)
Peter Frampton (1950) (vocals-guitar-Herd-Humble Pie-Frampton's Camel)
Paul Carrack (1951) (vocals-Ace-Squeeze-Mechanics)
Daniel Johns (1979) (vocals-guitar-Silverchair)
The Byrds record Chimes of Freedom-1965.
The Rolling Stones open NA tour Montreal-1965.
The Beatles' Ticket to Ride peaks UK #1-1965.
The Troggs' Wild Thing released US-1966.
The 4 Tops' Bernadette peaks Can top 5-1967.
Jimi Hendrix plays Odeon Manchester-1967.
Pink Floyd's Arnold Layne enters UK chart-1967.
The Young Canada Singers' Canada peaks Can #1-1967.
The Young Rascals' Groovin' enters US chart-1967.
Davie Allan/Arrows' Blues Theme enters US chart-1967.
John Lennon/Paul McCartney record Ballad of John & Yoko/John changes middle name to Ono-1969.
Billy Preston's Outa Space enters US chart-1972.
Wayne Newton's Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast enters US chart-1972.
Bill Withers' Lean on Me enters US chart-1972.
The Stampeders' Monday Morning Choo Choo/Then Came the White Man peaks Can top 10-1972.
The Moody Blues' Isn't Life Strange enters US chart-1972.
Donny Osmond's Puppy Love peaks Can #1-1972.
Paul McCartney/Wings' Give Ireland Back to the Irish peaks Can chart-1972.
The Guess Who's Heartbroken Bopper peaks Can top 20-1972.
The Jackson 5's Little Bitty Pretty One enters US chart-1972.
Bread's Diary enters US chart-1972.
Elton John's Rocket Man enters UK chart-1972.
Tina Turner begins filming Acid Queen segment Tommy film-1974.
Redbone awarded gold Come and Get Your Love-1974.
Bob Dylan/Rolling Thunder Revue tape show Biltmore Hotel Clearwater FL-1976.
Johnnie Taylor's Disco Lady becomes 1st official platinum selling single-1976.
Abba's Take a Chance on Me enters US chart-1978.
Lou Rawls' Lady Love peaks Can top 20-1978.
Trooper's Oh Pretty Lady peaks Can chart-1978.
Linda Ronstadt's Tumbling Dice enters US chart-1978.
Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street enters US chart-1978.
Genesis' Follow You Follow Me enters US chart-1978.
Jimmy Buffett's Cheeseburger in Paradise enters US chart-1978.
Heatwave's Always and Forever peaks Can top 10-1978.
Gene Cotton's Before My Heart Finds Out peaks Can top 20-1978.
Natalie Cole's Our Love peaks Can top 20-1978.
Michael Johnson's Bluer Than Blue enters US chart-1978.
Bob Marley/Wailers play One Love Peace Concert Jamaica/unites political opponents on stage-1978.
Earl Hines dies heart attack-1983.
Teena Marie's Lovergirl peaks Can top 20-1985.
Murray Head's One Night in Bangkok peaks Can #1-1985.
Madonna's Rescue Me peaks Can top 5-1991.
ACM honour Tim McGraw/Faith Hill with 4 awards for It's Your Love-1998.
Faith No More announce breakup-1998.
Amy Grant/Vince Gill perform 1st time together since marriage Grand Ol' Opry Nashville TN-2000.
Songwriter Felice Bryant dies cancer-2003.
Roy Orbison (1936) (vocals-guitar-Traveling Wilburys-RnR HoF inductee-Grammy honouree-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Songwriters HoF inductee-Rockabilly HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Ray Peterson (1939) (vocals-DECEASED)
Steve Clark (1960) (guitar-Def Leppard-DECEASED)
William Shakespeare dies-1616.
Art Mooney's Honey Babe enters US chart-1955.
Roy Hamilton's Unchained Melody enters US chart-1955.
Henry Busse dies-1955.
Sarah Vaughan's Whatever Lola Wants enters US chart-1955.
Ray Charles records This Little Girl of Mine Miami FL-1955.
Elvis Presley's 1st gig Las Vegas-1956.
The Rolling Stones audition at BBC/subs fill in for Bill & Charlie who were working day jobs-1963.
The Standells' Dirty Water enters US chart-1966.
Nancy Sinatra's How Does That Grab You Darlin' enters US chart-1966.
Sam/Dave's Hold On I'm Comin' enters US chart-1966.
The Swingin' Medallions' Double Shot enters US chart-1966.
Robert Parker's Barefootin' enters US chart-1966.
Julie Driscoll/Brian Auger/Trinity's This Wheel's on Fire peaks Can top 20-1968.
The Beatles' Get Back enters UK chart-1969.
Herman's Hermits' My Sentimental Friend enters UK chart-1969.
The Ashgrove LA burns to ground-1969.
Ringo Starr releases Sentimental Journey LP US-1970.
The Rolling Stones release Sticky Fingers on own label//Decca releases Stone Age-1971.
Al Green awarded gold Call Me-1973.
Stephen Stills' Manassas release Down the Road LP-1973.
Pete Ham of Badfinger dies hanging-1975.
Elton John awarded gold Philadelphia Freedom-1975.
The Sex Pistols play Nashville Rooms London UK w.101ers-1976.
Al Stewart's On the Border enters US chart-1977.
The Sylvers' High School Dance enters US chart-1977.
Bob Seger's Mainstreet enters US chart-1977.
David Soul's Don't Give Up On Us peaks Can #1-1977.
Thelma Houston's Don't Leave Me This Way peaks US #1-1977.
Peter McCann's Do You Wanna Make Love enters US chart-1977.
Rod Stewart's I Don't Want to Talk About It/1st Cut is the Deepest enters UK chart-1977.
Andy Gibb's I Just Wanna Be Your Everything enters US chart-1977.
Bill Conti's Gonna Fly Now enters US chart-1977.
Blondie's Heart of Glass peaks US #1-1979.
Jerry Lee Lewis/Johnny Cash/Carl Perkins perform together GER/becomes Survivors CD-1981.
The Human League's Fascination enters UK chart-1983.
Spandau Ballet's True enters UK chart-1983.
Phil Fearon/Galaxy's Dancing Tight enters UK chart-1983.
Queen's Radio Ga Ga peaks Can top 20-1984.
Taylor Dayne's Love Will Lead You Back peaks Can #2-1990.
Don Henley's Heart of the Matter peaks Can top 30-1990.
The B-52s' Roam peaks Can top 10-1990.
Johnny Thunders (NY Dolls/Heartbreakers) dies OD-1991.
Virgin opens world's largest record store NYC NY-1996.
Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam f.Garth Brooks/Billy Ray Cyrus Nashville TN-1999.
Melba Liston dies stroke LA CA-1999.
Barbra Streisand (1942) (vocals-solo)
Robert Knight (1945) (vocals-solo)
Glen Cornick (1947) (bass-Jethro Tull-Wild Turkey)
Elvis Presley's Fool Such As I/Need Your Love Tonight enters UK chart-1959.
The Everly Brothers' Cathy's Clown peaks US #1-1960.
The Coasters' Little Egypt enters US chart-1961.
Bobby Lewis' Tossin' & Turnin' enters US chart-1961.
Del Shannon's Runaway peaks US #1-1961.
Clarence Henry's but I Do peaks US top 5-1961.
Bob Dylan plays harmonica Harry Belafonte session-1961.
Rick Nelson's Travelin' Man/Hello Mary Lou enters US chart-1961.
The Marathons' Peanut Butter enters US chart-1961.
Little Peggy March's I Will Follow Him peaks US #1-1963.
Brenda Lee marries Charles Shacklett-1963.
Wayne Fontana/Mindbenders' Game of Love peaks US #1-1965.
Elvis Presley's Crying in the Chapel enters US chart-1965.
Wayne Fontana/Mindbenders' Game of Love peaks US #1-1965.
Patti Page's Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte enters US chart-1965.
Freddie/Dreamers' Do the Freddie enters US chart-1965.
Jody Miller's Queen of the House enters US chart-1965.
The Beatles' Ticket to Ride enters US chart-1965.
Chuck Jackson/Maxine Brown's Something You Got enters US chart-1965.
Julie Andrews/Dick Van Dyke's Super-cali-fragil-istic-expi-ali-docious enters US chart-1965.
Donovan plays Saville Theatre London UK-1967.
Engelbert Humperdinck's Man Without Love enters UK chart-1968.
Muddy Waters & all-star cast record Fathers & Sons live Chicago-1969.
Wilson Pickett's Don't Knock My Love enters US chart-1971.
The Rolling Stones' Brown Sugar enters UK chart-1971.
Neil Diamond's I Am I Said peaks Can #2-1971.
Yvonne Elliman's I Don't Know How to Love Him enters US chart-1971.
Neil Young's When You Dance I Can Really Love peaks Can chart-1971.
Andy Williams' Love Story peaks Can top 5-1971.
3 Dog Night's Joy to the World peaks Can #1-1971.
B.J. Thomas' No Love At All peaks Can top 20-1971.
Cat Stevens' Wild World peaks Can top 20-1971.
Fotheringay's The Way I Feel peaks Can chart-1971.
Grand Funk Railroad awarded gold Locomotion-1974.
Ray Stevens awarded gold The Streak-1974.
Aerosmith's Dream On peaks Can top ten-1976.
The Rolling Stones' Fool to Cry enters US chart-1976.
Peter Frampton's Show Me the Way peaks Can #2-1976.
Marvin Gaye's I Want You enters US chart-1976.
ELO's Strange Magic peaks Can chart-1976.
BTO's Lookin' Out For #1 enters US chart-1976.
The Bellamy Brothers' Let Your Love Flow peaks Can top 5-1976.
The Ramones/Talking Heads begin Euro tour-1977.
The Motels' Only the Lonely enters US chart-1982.
John Cougar's Hurts So Good enters US chart-1982.
Aldo Nova's Fantasy peaks Can top 20-1982.
Stevie Nicks' Edge of 17 peaks Can top 20-1982.
Patti Austin/James Ingram's Baby Come To Me enters US chart-1982.
The Dazz Band's Let it Whip enters US chart-1982.
Jerry Lee Lewis marries 6th wife-1984.
Tom Cochrane/Red Rider's Good Times peaks Can top 30-1989.
Tanita Tikaram's Twist In My Sobriety peaks Can top 40-1989.
Bruce Cockburn's If a Tree Falls peaks Can top 40-1989.
Madonna's Take a Bow peaks Can #1-1995.
Annie Lennox' Medusa CD peaks Can #1-1995.
Duran Duran's Thank You CD enters Can chart-1995.
The Yakoo Boyz' Pipe Dreams enters Can chart-1995.
Brandy's Baby enters Can chart-1995.
Bryan Adams' Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman enters Can chart-1995.
Rednex' Cotton Eye Joe enters Can chart-1995.
Stone Temple Pilots cancel tour when vocalist Scott Weiland enters rehab-1996.
Guglielmo Marconi (1874) (radio inventor-DECEASED)
Ella Fitzgerald (1917) (vocals-Peabody Medal honouree-Grammy honouree-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Kennedy Center honouree-Presidential Medal of Freedom honouree-US National Medal of Arts honouree-DECEASED)
Earl Bostic (1913) (sax-DECEASED)
Albert King (1923) (vocals-guitar-DECEASED)
Jerry Lieber (1933) (songwriter-producer)
Tony Christie (1943) (vocals)
Bjorn Ulvaeus (1945) (keys-ABBA)
Your Hit Parade airs last time TV-1959.
Elvis Presley's Stuck On You peaks US #1-1960.
The Brothers 4's Greenfields peaks US #2-1960.
Johnny Horton's Sink the Bismarck peaks US top 5-1960.
Rick Nelson's Young Emotions enters US chart-1960.
Walter Brennan's Dutchman's Gold enters US chart-1960.
Elvis Presley performs last show 8 years Bloch Arena Honolulu HI-1961.
Bob Dylan records tracks for 2nd LP-1962.
Dionne Warwick's Walk On By enters US chart-1964.
Peter/Gordon's World Without Love peaks UK #1-1964.
The Rolling Stones play MSG Toronto-1965.
Tony Jackson leaves Searchers/Frank Allen replaces-1965.
Herb Alpert/TJB's What Now My Love peaks Can top 40-1966.
Johnny Rivers' Secret Agent Man peaks Can top 5-1966.
The Righteous Brothers' Soul & Inspiration peaks Can #2-1966.
The Young Rascals' Good Lovin' peaks Can #1-1966.
The Outsiders' Time Won't Let Me peaks Can top 5-1966.
The Beatles record All You Need is Love Abbey Road London UK-1967.
Diana Ross' Reach Out & Touch enters US chart-1970.
Bobby Sherman's Easy Come Easy Go peaks Can top 10-1970.
Freda Payne's Band of Gold enters US chart-1970.
Allan Nicholls' Goin' Down peaks Can top 20-1970.
Otis Spann dies-1970.
The Jackson 5's ABC peaks Can top 5-1970.
James Brown records Get Up I Feel Like a Sex Machine Nashville-1970.
CCR's Up Around the Bend/Run Through the Jungle enters US chart-1970.
Melanie's Lay Down enters US chart-1970.
Hurricane Smith's Oh Babe What Would You Say enters UK chart-1972.
The Sweet awarded gold Little Willy-1973.
Pamela Morrison dies of drug overdose-1974.
The Bellamy Brothers' Let Your Love Flow peaks US #1-1976.
Rosanne Cash's Seven Year Ache becomes first US charter-1981.
Lee Ritenour's Is It You enters US chart-1981.
Gary U.S. Bonds' This Little Girl enters US chart-1981.
Joe Dolce's Shaddap Your Face peaks Can #2-1981.
Jesse Winchester's Say What enters US chart-1981.
Madness' Grey Day enters UK chart-1981.
Neil Diamond's America enters US chart-1981.
Greg Kihn's Jeopardy peaks Can top 5-1983.
Berlin's Sex (I'm a...) peaks Can top 5-1983.
Styx' Mr. Roboto peaks Can #1-1983.
Golden Earring's Twilight Zone peaks Can top 20-1983.
Thomas Dolby's She Blinded Me With Science peaks Can #1-1983.
Roger Miller's Big River opens B'way NYC NY-1985.
Bill Wyman/Jimmy Page/Paul Rodgers et. al. release Willie/Poor Boys LP-1985.
Billy Ocean's Get Out of My Dreams peaks Can #1-1988.
Strange Advance's Love Becomes Electric peaks Can top 20-1988.
Debbie Gibson's Out of the Blue peaks Can top 20-1988.
Roger Troutman/Larry Troutman die in murder/suicide-1999.
Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock reunite Later w.Jools Holland BBC UK-2000.
William Shakespeare (1564) (poet-playwright-DECEASED)
Ma Rainey (1886) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Carol Burnett (1933) (vocals-theatrical)
Maurice Williams (1938) (vocals-Zodiacs-Gladiolas)
Duane Eddy (1938) (guitar-solo)
Claudine Clark (1941) (vocals-solo)
Bobby Rydell (1942) (vocals-solo)
Gary Wright (1943or45) (keys-vocals-Spooky Tooth-solo)
David Wilcox (1957) (vocals-guitar-solo)
Roger Taylor (1960) (Duran Duran)
Guy Mitchell's Rock a Billy enters UK chart-1957.
Elvis Presley begins filming GI Blues-1960.
Billy J. Kramer/Dakotas release Do You Want to Know a Secret-1963.
The Beatles/The Rolling Stones/Blue Jeans/Joe Brown/DC5/Dee Irwin/Shadows/Cliff Richards/Manfred Mann/Brian Poole/Billy J. Kramer/Pacemakers/Searchers/
Merseybeats play NME Awards show-1964.
The Searchers' Bumble Bee peaks Can top 10-1965.
The Kinks' Tired of Waiting peaks Can top 5-1965.
The Rolling Stones play London Ont-1965.
The Beatles complete recording And Your Bird Can Sing-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Capitol Cardiff-1967.
The Beatles' Get Back enters UK chart/begin recording Octopus's Garden-1969.
The Edwin Hawkins Singers' Oh Happy Day enters US chart-1969.
Joan Baez' Love is Just a Four Letter Word enters US chart-1969.
Marvin Gaye's Too Busy Thinking About My Baby enters US chart-1969.
Frank Zappa plays Royal Albert Hall London UK-1970.
Sammi Smith awarded gold Help Me Make It Through the Night-1971.
Gloria Gaynor's Reach Out I'll Be There peaks Can top 20-1975.
Gladys Knight/Pips' The Way We Were/Try to Remember enters US chart-1975.
Tammy Wynette's Stand By Your Man enters UK chart-1975.
Chicago's Old Days enters US chart-1975.
Dwight Twilley's I'm On Fire enters US chart-1975.
Ray Stevens' Misty enters US chart-1975.
Glen Campbell's Southern Nights peaks US #1-1977.
George Burns' I Wish I Was 18 Again peaks Can top 40-1980.
The Dirt Band's An American Dream peaks Can top 5-1980.
Paul McCartney's Coming Up enters US chart-1980.
The Manhattans' Shining Star enters US chart-1980.
Level 42's Lessons in Love enters UK chart-1986.
Peter Gabriel's Sledgehammer enters US chart-1986.
Cutting Crew's I Just Died In Your Arms peaks US #1-1987.
Ian McCulloch performs last gig with Echo & the Bunnymen Osaka-1988.
Ugly Kid Joe's Cat's In the Cradle peaks Can #1-1993.
Paperboy's Ditty peaks Can top 5-1993.
King Ganam dies stroke-1994.
Grace Slick pleads guilty to pointing gun at police officer-1994.
Oasis fire drummer Tony McCarroll-1995.
Bobby Brown arrested aggravated battery Florida-1995.
Sinead O'Connor ordained as priest Latin Tridentine Church-1999.
Mary Wollestonecraft Shelley (1759) (novelist-Frankenstein-DECEASED)
Maxine Brown (1932) (vocals-Browns)
Ann Margret (1941) (vocals-solo)
Ann Peebles (1947) (vocals-solo)
Pete Ham (1947) (vocals-guitar-Iveys-Badfinger-DECEASED)
Kate Pierson (1948) (vocals-B52s)
Ace Frehley (1951) (vocals-guitar-Kiss)
Sheena Easton (1959) (vocals-solo)
Lonnie Donegan's Lost John/Stewball enters UK chart-1956.
Pat Boone's I'll Be Home enters UK chart-1956.
Tony Bellus' Robbin' the Cradle enters US chart-1959.
Johnny Horton's Battle of New Orleans enters US chart-1959.
Lloyd Price's Personality enters US chart-1959.
Del Shannon's Runaway enters UK chart-1961.
The Beatles' From Me To You enters UK chart-1963.
The Dovells' You Can't Sit Down enters US chart-1963.
Peggy March's I Will Follow Him peaks US #1-1963.
Andy Williams' Can't Get Used to Losing You peaks US #2-1963.
Jackie Wilson's Baby Workout peaks US top 5-1963.
The Crystals' Da Doo Ron ron enters US chart-1963.
The Beach Boys' Shut Down enters US chart-1963.
Ray Barretto's El Watusi enters US chart-1963.
NME Poll Winner's concert w.Beatles/Rolling Stones/Gerry-PMs/Brian Poole-Tremeloes/Swinging Blue Jeans/Freddie-Dreamerse/DC5/Cliff Richard/Shadows/Hollies/
Billy J.Kramer/Manfred Mann/Merseybeats/Fourmost/Searchers/others Wembley Arena London UK-1964.
Merle Haggard's 1st session with Capitol Records-1965.
Bob Dylan arrives London UK for tour-1965.
The Beatles record I'm Only Sleeping Abbey Road London UK-1966.
The Rolling Stones receive gold Big Hits (High Tide & Green Grass)-1966.
The Who's Pictures of Lily enters UK chart-1967.
The Tremeloes' Silence is Golden enters UK chart-1967.
Simon/Garfunkel's Mrs Robinson enters US chart/Scarborough Fair peaks Can top 5-1968.
Otis Redding's Happy Song enters US chart-1968.
The Small Faces' Tin Soldier peaks Can top 40-1968.
Donovan's Jennifer Juniper peaks Can top 20-1968.
Sly/Family Stone's Dance to the Music peaks Can top 20-1968.
The Hollies' Jennifer Eccles peaks Can top 20-1968.
Bobby Goldsboro's Honey peaks Can #1-1968.
The 4 Tops' If I Were a Carpenter enters US chart-1968.
The Doors' Unknown Soldier peaks Can top 40-1968.
Blue Oyster Cult's Phil King dies gunshot wounds after gambling argument-1972.
Redbone's Come & Get Your Love peaks Can top 30-1974.
The Bay City Rollers' Shang a Lang enters UK chart-1974.
MFSB's TSOP peaks Can #1-1974.
Frank Zappa plays Boston MA-1975.
David Bowie reveals fascist leanings and desire to be UK PM/Nazi literature seized at customs-1976.
Ringo Starr marries Barbara Bach-1981.
Jimmy Nail's Love Don't Live Here Anymore enters UK chart-1985.
Robert Palmer's Addicted to Love peaks US #1-1986.
Frozen Ghost's Should I See peaks Can top 30-1987.
Rock/Hyde's Dirty Water peaks Can top 20-1987.
Expose's Come Go With Me peaks Can top 20-1987.
Starship's Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now peaks Can #1-1987.
Bryan Adams' Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven peaks Can top 5-1992.
Bootsauce's Love Monkey #9 peaks Can top 30-1992.
Ozzy Osbourne's Mama I'm Coming Home peaks Can top 20-1992.
NKOTB's If You Go Away peaks Can top 10-1992.
Melissa Etheridge's Ain't it Heavy peaks Can top 30-1992.
Mariah Carey's Make it Happen peaks Can top 10-1992.
Smashing Pumpkins/Ry Cooder/David Lindley play reopened Fillmore San Francisco-1994.
Mary J. Blige's Share My World CD enters Can chart-1997.
George Strait's Carrying Your Load CD enters Can chart-1997.
The BeeGees' Still Waters CD enters Can chart-1997.
R.E.M. guest on Party of Five TV show-1999.
Al Hirt dies liver failure-1999.
Vicki Sue Robinson dies cancer-1999.
Jay Z/DMX donate all proceeds from Denver concert to Columbine victims-1999.
Duane Eddy (1938) (guitar-Rebels-solo)
Charley Patton dies heart condition-1934.
Perry Como's Prisoner of Love peaks US #1-1946.
Glenn Miller records Pennsylvania 6-5000 NYC-1940.
Fats Domino's I'm in Love Again/My Blue Heaven enters US chart-1956.
Frankie Lymon/Teenagers' I Want You To Be My Girl enters US chart-1956.
Gogi Grant's Wayward Wind enters US chart-1956.
Gail Storm's Ivory Tower enters US chart-1956.
Don Robertson's Happy Whistler enters US chart-1956.
The 4 Lads' Standing On the Corner enters US chart-1956.
The Fontane Sisters' Chanson D'Amour enters US chart-1958.
Chuck Berry's Johnny B. Goode enters US chart-1958.
Link Wray's Rumble enters US chart-1958.
Chuck Willis' What Am I Living For enters US chart-1958.
Elvis Presley's Wear My Ring Around Your Neck peaks US #2-1958.
David Seville's Witch Doctor peaks US #1-1958.
William Bell's You Don't Miss Your Water enters US chart-1962.
Gene Pitney's Liberty Vallance enters US chart-1962.
Chuck Jackson's Any Day Now enters US chart-1962.
Andrew Oldham/Eric Easton see Stones play 1st time-1963.
Dusty Springfield's You Don't Have to Say You Love Me peaks UK #1-1966.
The Beatles record strings for Eleanor Rigby-1966.
The Merseys' Sorrow enters UK chart-1966.
Musical Hair opens NYC-1968.
Engelbert Humperdinck's Way It Used to Be peaks Can top 20-1969.
Edwin Starr's 25 Miles peaks Can top 10-1969.
Elvis Presley's Memories peaks Can top 20-1969.
BS&T's You've Made Me So Very Happy peaks Can #1-1969.
The BeeGees' First of May peaks Can top 20-1969.
Jerry Butler's Only the Strong Survive peaks Can top 5-1969.
Al Green awarded gold Let's Stay Together LP/Look What You've Done for Me 45-1972.
Susan Jacks' You Don't Know What Love Is peaks Can top 5-1973.
The Rolling Stones' You Can't Always Get What You Want enters US chart-1973.
Gladys Knight/Pips' Daddy Could Swear I Declare peaks Can top 20-1973.
The Stylistics' Break Up to Make Up peaks Can top 40-1973.
Charlie Rich's Behind Closed Doors enters US chart-1973.
Johnny Nash's Stir It Up peaks Can top 10-1973.
Donny Osmond's 12th of Never peaks Can top 5-1973.
Stephen Stills' Isn't It About Time enters US chart-1973.
The Spinners' One of a Kind enters US chart-1973.
ELO's Roll Over Beethoven enters US chart-1973.
Grand Funk's Locomotion peaks US #1-1974.
The Rolling Stones begin Euro Tour Festhalle Frankfurt GER-1976.
Eric Clapton plays Hammersmith Odeon London UK-1977.
Ian Thomas' Time Is the Keeper peaks Can chart-1979.
Sister Sledge's We Are Family enters US chart-1979.
Boney M's Hooray Hooray It's a Holi-Holiday enters UK chart-1979.
Van Halen's Dance the Night Away enters US chart-1979.
Cheap Trick's I Want You to Want Me enters US chart-1979.
The Shadows' Theme From the Deerhunter enters UK chart-1979.
Raydio's You Can't Change That enters US chart-1979.
Kenny Rogers' She Believes in Me enters US chart-1979.
The Kinks' Superman enters US chart-1979.
Rickie Lee Jones' Chuck E's in Love enters US chart-1979.
McFadden/Whitehead's Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now enters US chart-1979.
The Doobie Brothers' What a Fool Believes peaks Can #1-1979.
The Beach Boys' Good Timin' enters US chart-1979.
Tommy Caldwell (Marshall Tucker Band) dies car crash-1980.
Michael Jackson's Beat It peaks US #1-1983.
Duran Duran's Reflex enters UK chart-1983.
Falco's Vienna Calling peaks Can top 20-1986.
Faith Hill's Faith CD enters Can chart-1998.
Jimmy Page/Robert Plant's Walking Into Clarksville CD enters Can chart-1998.
George Strait's One Step at a Time CD enters Can chart-1998.
Marilyn Manson shortens concert Des Moines IA/riot ensues-1999.
The Verve breakup/later reform-1999.
Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot CD enters Can chart-2002.
Michael Bolton's Only a Woman Like You CD enters Can chart-2002.
Kenny Chesney's No Shirt No Shoes No POroblem CD enters Can chart-2002.
Antonio Stradivarius (1644) (violin maker-DECEASED)
Duke Ellington (1899) (keys-bandleader-DECEASED)
Russ Morgan (1904) (bandleader-DECEASED)
Charlie Parker (1920) (sax-solo-DECEASED)
Carl Gardner (1928) (vocals-Coasters)
Lonnie Donegan (1931) (vocals-guitar-solo-DECEASED)
Klaus Voorman (1942) (bass-Plastic Ono Band-Manfred Mann)
Duane Allen (1944) (vocals-Oak Ridge Boys)
Hugh Hopper (1946) (bass-Soft Machine-solo-Isotope)
Tommy James (1947or 49) (vocals-Shondells-solo)
Michael Karoli (1948) (bass-Can)
Francis Rossi (1949) (Status Quo)
Carnie Wilson (1968) (vocals-Wilson Phillips)
Blues pianist Leroy Carr dies alcoholism-1935.
Jim Reeves' 4 Walls enters US chart-1957.
Johnny Mathis' It's Not For Me To Say enters US chart-1957.
The Rolling Stones sign management contract with Eric Easton/Andrew Loog Oldham-1963.
The Byrds record Mr. Spaceman-1966.
The Beatles record I'm Only Sleeping-1966.
The Temptations' All I Need enters US chart-1967.
Whistling Jack Smith's I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman enters US chart-1967.
Cindy Birdsong debuts with The Supremes Hollywood Bowl-1967.
The Seeds' Can't Seem to Make You Mine enters US chart-1967.
Paul Revere/Raiders' Him or Me What's It Gonna Be enters US chart-1967.
The Platters' With This Ring peaks Can top 20-1967.
Brenda/Tabulations' Dry Your Eyes peaks Can top 20-1967.
The Mamas/Papas' Creeque Alley enters US chart-1967.
The Lovin' Spoonful's 6 O'Clock enters US chart-1967.
Tom Jones' Detroit City peaks Can top 20-1967.
Tommy James/Shondells' Mirage enters US chart-1967.
Aretha Franklin's I Never Loved a Man peaks Can top 5-1967.
Britain's first psychedelic musical happening held Alexander Palace London/41 bands play overnight show called International Times 14 Hour Technicolour Dream-1967.
Aretha Franklin's Respect enters US chart-1967.
J.B. Lenoir dies after being hit by car Detroit-1967.
The 5 Americans' Western Union peaks Can top 5-1967.
The Carpenters' It's Going to Take Some Time enters US chart-1972.
The Rolling Stones' Tumbling Dice enters UK/US charts-1972.
Yes' Roundabout peaks Can top 10-1972.
The Partridge Family's Am I Losing You peaks Can top 20-1972.
The Allman Brothers Band's Ain't Wastin' Time No More enters US chart- 1972.
Mouth/MacNeal's How Do You Do enters US chart-1972.
Led Zeppelin's Rock and Roll peaks Can top 40-1972.
Lighthouse's I Just Want to Be Your Friend enters US chart-1972.
Neil Young's Old Man enters US chart-1972.
Bobby Vinton's Every Day Of My Life peaks Can top 20-1972.
Bruce Springsteen apprehended entering Graceland after hours Memphis TN-1976.
The Sex Pistols play Nashville Rooms London UK-1976.
England Dan/John Ford Coley's We'll Never Have to Say Goodbye peaks Can top 20-1978.
Boney M's Rivers of Babylon/Brown Girl in the Ring enters UK chart-1978.
The O'Jays' Use Ta Be My Girl enters US chart-1978.
Raydio's Jack & Jill peaks Can top 5-1978.
Plastic Bertrand's Ca Plais Pour Moi enters US chart-1978.
Rod Stewart's I Was Only Joking enters US chart-1978.
Bob Welch's Ebony Eyes peaks Can top 10-1978.
Gordon Lightfoot's Circle is Small peaks Can top 10-1978.
Roxy Music's Dance Away enters UK chart-1979.
Madonna's Material Girl peaks Can top 5-1985.
Northern Lights' Tears are Not Enough peaks Can #1-1985.
The Escape Club's Call it Poison peaks Can top 20-1991.
Another Bad Creation's Iesha peaks Can top 20-1991.
The Rolling Stones' Highwire peaks Can top 20-1991.
Bootsauce's Everyone's a Winner peaks Can top 20-1991.
The Bingo Boys' How to Dance peaks Can top 20-1991.
Great White's Call It Rock'n'Roll peaks Can top 10-1991.
Johnny Horton (1927or29) (vocals-guitar-solo-DECEASED)
Willie Nelson (1933) (vocals-guitar-solo)
Johnny Farina (1941) (guitar-w.Santo)
Bobby Vee (1943) (vocals-solo)
Mike Deacon (1945) (keys-The Ox)
Merrill Osmond (1953) (vocals-The Osmonds)
Darren Emerson (1971) (Underworld)
Alan Dale's Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White enters US chart-1955.
The Crew-Cuts Don't Be Angry/Chop Chop Boom enters US chart-1955.
My Fair Lady debuts London-1958.
Buddy Holly's Raining In My Heart enters US charts-1959.
The Coasters' Little Egypt enters US chart-1961.
Cliff Richard's Constantly enters UK chart-1964.
Roy Orbison's It's Over enters UK chart-1964.
Bob Dylan opens British tour in Sheffield-1965.
The Young Rascals' Good Lovin' peaks US #1-1966.
The Supremes' Love is Like an Itching in My Heart enters US chart-1966.
Love's My Little Red Book enters US charts-1966.
James Brown's It's a Man's Man's Man's World enters US chart-1966.
Richard Farina dies motorcycle crash-1966.
The Capitols' Cool Jerk enters US charts-1966.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience end 1st UK tour Grenada Theatre London UK-1967.
Ian/Sylvia play Carnegie Hall NYC NY-1967.
Frankie Lymon dies of a heroin overdose-1968.
The Beatles complete recording You Know My Name two years after beginning-1969.
Allman Brothers road manager Twiggs Lyndon charged with murder after stabbing club owner in a contract dispute-1970.
The Rolling Stones release Sticky Fingers LP-1971.
Edgar Winter awarded gold They Only Come Out at Night LP-1973.
The Beach Boys awarded gold Spirit of America LP-1975.
Chilliwack's Fly at Night enters US chart-1977.
Kenny Rogers' Lucille enters UK chart-1977.
Peter Gabriel's Solsbury Hill enters US chart-1977.
Helen Reddy's You're My World enters US chart-1977.
Steve Miller's Jet Airliner enters US chart-1977.
Glen Campbell's Southern Nights peaks US #1-1977.
Natalie Cole's I've Got Love On My Mind peaks US top 5-1977.
The Eagles' Hotel California peaks Can #1-1977.
Alice Cooper's You and Me enters US chart-1977.
MacVicar starring Roger Daltrey/Adam Faith premieres London UK-1980.
Muddy Waters dies-1983.
Michael Jackson's Beat It peaks US #1-1983.
Elton John's I Guess That's Why They Call it the Blues enters UK chart-1983.
The Beat's Can't Get Used to Losing You enters UK chart-1983.
Tears for Fears' Pale Shelter enters UK chart-1983.
Daryl Hall/John Oates' Adult Education peaks Can top 20-1984.
Howard Jones' New Song peaks Can top 20-1984.
ZZ Hill dies heart attack-1984.
Melissa Manchester guest stars Fame TV series-1984.
Aerosmith's What it Takes peaks Can top 30-1990.
Koana's Lambada peaks Can top 20-1990.
Leila K's Got to Get peaks Can top 20-1990.
Nirvana sign deal with Geffen Records-1991.
54/40 release Trusted By Millions CD Can-1996.
The Cranberries release To the Faithful Departed CD Can-1996.
Darryl Sweet (Nazareth) dies heart attack-1999.