Day to day musical history for
Kate Smith (1907) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
George Melachrino (1909) (multi-instrumentalist-conductor-DECEASED)
Sonny James (1929) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Little Walter Jacobs (1930) (harmonica-Muddy Waters-solo-DECEASED)
Judy Collins (1939) (vocals-solo)
Rita Coolidge (1945) (vocals-solo)
Ray Parker Jr (1954) (vocals-guitar-Raydio-solo)
Johnny Colt (1966) (guitar-Black Crowes)
The Coasters' Youngblood enters US chart-1957.
Pat Boone's Love Letters In the Sand/Bernardine enters US chart-1957.
The Edsels' Rama Lama Ding Dong enters US chart-1961.
Little Caesar/Romans' Those Oldies But Goodies enters US chart-1961.
Neil Sedaka's Little Devil enters US chart-1961.
Dee Clark's Raindrops enters US chart-1961.
Pat Boone's Moody River enters US chart-1961.
Freddy Cannon's Buzz Buzz a Diddle It enters US chart-1961.
The Rolling Stones sign management contract with Oldham/ Easton-1963.
Spike Jones dies-1965.
Freddie/Dreamers' You Were Made For Me enters US chart-1965.
Petula Clark's I Know a Place peaks US top 5-1965.
Herman's Hermits' Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter peaks US #1-1965.
Unit 4+2's Concrete & Clay enters US chart-1965.
The Beatles' Yes It Is enters US chart-1965.
Little Milton's We're Gonna Make It peaks US R&B #1-1965.
The Supremes' Back in My Arms Again enters US chart-1965.
The Rolling Stones play afternoon Academy of Music NYC/ evening
The Beatles complete recording I'm Only Sleeping/appear with Rolling Stones NME Poll Winners show-1966.
Elvis Presley marries Priscilla Beaulieu Las Vegas-1967.
Bob Dylan/Johnny Cash tape TV special-1969.
George Harrison/Bob Dylan begin sessions/LP unreleased-1970.
Free's My Brother Jake enters UK chart-1971.
Brewer/Shipley's One Toke Over the Line peaks Can top 5-1971.
Ringo Starr's It Don't Come Easy enters US chart-1971.
Paul McCartney's Another Day peaks Can top 5-1971.
The Rolling Stones' Brown Sugar enters US chart-1971.
R. Dean Taylor's Gotta See Jane peaks Can top 20-1971.
Dawn's I Play and Sing peaks Can top 20-1971.
Elton John's Friends peaks Can top 20-1971.
The Jackson 5's Never Can Say Goodbye peaks Can top 20-1971.
Joey Gregorash's Jodie peaks Can top 5-1971.
McGuinness Flint's Salt & Barley Blues enters UK chart-1971.
The Carpenters perform White House-1974.
ABBAs' I Do I Do I Do I Do I Do peaks Can top 20-1975.
The Rolling Stones perform on back of truck to announce new tour NYC NY-1975.
The Bay City Roller's Rock'n'Roll Love Letter enters US chart-1976.
John Travolta's Let Her In enters US chart-1976.
Elvin Bishop's Fooled Around and Fell in Love peaks Can top 30-1976.
Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody peaks Can #1-1976.
The Bellamy Brothers' Let Your Love Flow peaks US #1-1976.
Eric Carmen's Never Gonna Fall in Love Again enters US chart-1976.
Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years enters US chart-1976.
The Captain/Tennille's Shop Around enters US chart-1976.
The Commodores' Sweet Love peaks US top 5-1976.
Maxine Nightingale's Right Back Where We Started From peaks US #2-1976.
The Brothers Johnson's I'll Be Good to You enters US chart-1976.
Joan Jett's Crimson & Clover enters US chart-1982.
Queen's Body Language enters US chart-1982.
38 Special's Caught Up In You enters US chart-1982.
The Scotland World Cup Squad's We Have a Dream enters UK chart-1982.
Karla Bonoff's Personally enters US chart-1982.
Ronnie Milsap's Any Day Now enters US chart-1982.
Rod Stewart's My Heart Can't Tell You No peaks Can top 20-1989.
The Traveling Wilburys' End of the Line peaks Can top 20-1989.
Def Leppard's Rocket peaks Can top 20-1989.
REM's Stand peaks Can top 10-1989.
Fine Young Cannibals' She Drives Me Crazy peaks Can #1-1989.
Poison's Your Mama Don't Dance peaks Can top 20-1989.
Sergio Franchi dies cancer-1990.
Live's Throwing Copper CD peaks US #1-1995.
Snoop Doggy Dogg arrested marijuana possession-1998.
Tim Buckley's posthumous CD Sketches For My Sweetheart the Drunk premiered internet-1998.
Garth Brooks plays Evansville IN/awards prizes to 4 millionth concert goer-1998.
Janet Jackson's All For You CD debuts #1 Can chart-2001.
The BeeGees; This is Where I Came In CD enters Can chart-2001.
Gorillaz' self titled CD enters Can chart-2001.
Tim McGraw's Set This Circus Down CD enters Can chart-2001.
Fear Factory's Digimortal CD enters Can chart-2001.
Bing Crosby (1904) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Bunk Gardner (1933) (sax-drums-Mothers)
Link Wray (1935) (guitar-solo)
John Verity (1944) (guitar-vocals-Argent)
Randy Cain (1945) (vocals-Delfonics)
Goldy McJohn (1945) (keys-Sparrow-Steppenwolf)
Lesley Gore (1946) (vocals-solo)
Larry Gatlin (1948) (vocals-guitar-Gatlin Bros.)
Lou Gramm (1950) (vocals-Foreigner-solo)
Ella Fitzgerald/Chick Webb record A Tisket A Tasket NYC-1938.
Billy Eckstine records Cottage For Sale-1945.
Anton Karas' Third Man Theme peaks US #1-1950.
Elvis Presley records Jailhouse Rock-1957.
Max Bygraves' You Need Hands/Tulips From Amsterdam enters UK chart-1958.
James Brown's Think enters US chart-1960.
Jeanne Black's He'll Have to Stay enters US chart-1960.
Paul Evans' Happy Go Lucky Me enters US chart-1960.
Brenda Lee plays Copa NYC-1963.
Billy J. Kramer's Do You Want to Know a Secret enters UK chart-1963.
The Beatles' From Me to You peaks UK #1-1963.
The Rolling Stones' Not Fade Away enters US chart-1964.
Marvin Gaye/Mary Wells' Once Upon a Time/What's the Matter With You Baby enters US chart-1964.
The Searchers' Sugar & Spice enters US chart-1964.
The Dixie Cups' Chapel of Love enters US chart-1964.
The Dave Clark 5's Do You Love Me enters US chart-1964.
Brenda Holloway's Every Little Bit Hurts enters US chart-1964.
The Rolling Stones 2nd Ed Sullivan Show-1965.
Petula Clark's Sign of the Times peaks Can top 10-1966.
Paul Revere/Raiders' Kicks peaks Can #1-1966.
The Mamas/Papas' Monday Monday peaks US #1-1966.
Cher's Bang Bang peaks Can top 5-1966.
The Isley Brothers' This Old Heart of Mine peaks Can chart-1966.
Aretha Franklin releases Think-1968.
Norman Greenbaum's Spirit in the Sky peaks Can #2-1970.
Tom Jones' Daughter of Darkness enters US chart-1970.
Christie's Yellow River enters UK chart-1970.
10 Years After's Love Like a Man enters US chart-1970.
The Supremes' Up the Ladder to the Roof peaks Can top 10- 1970.
Neil Diamond's Soolaimon enters US chart/Shilo peaks Can top 20-1970.
The Moody Blues' Question enters US chart-1970.
Michael Parks' Long Lonesome Highway peaks Can top 20-1970.
Grammys held/Stevie Wonder wins four-Male Pop Vocal Performance-R&B Song-Male R&B Vocal Performance-Album of Year-1974.
Daryl Hall/John Oates' Kiss On My List peaks Can top 10/You Make My Dreams enters US chart-1981.
Shakin' Stevens' You Drive Me Crazy enters UK chart-1981.
Tom Petty's The Waiting enters US chart-1981.
Rush's Limelight peaks Can top 20-1981.
Stanley Clarke/George Duke's Sweet Baby enters US chart-1981.
John Cougar's Ain't Even Done With the Night peaks Can top 20-1981.
Sheena Easton's Morning Train peaks Can #1-1981.
Joe Dolce's Shaddap You Face enters US charts-1981.
Bryan Adams' Cuts Like a Knife peaks Can top 10-1983.
Def Leppard's Photograph peaks Can top 40-1983.
Red Rider's Human Race peaks Can top 30-1983.
Journey's Separate Ways peaks Can top 5-1983.
Steve Winwood's Finer Things peaks Can top 30-1986.
Tiffany's I Saw Him Standing There peaks Can top 5-1988.
The Rolling Stones honoured Outstanding Contribution UK Music Ivor Novello Awards London-1991.
Bonnie Raitt given honorary doctorate Berklee College-1992.
Bruce Springsteen's Streets of Philadelphia peaks Can #1-1994.
54-40's Blame Your Parents peaks Can top 20-1994.
Alanis Morissette/Sloan play BC Place Vancouver-1999.
LeAnn Rimes sues father/manager over missing money-2000.
Artie Shaw (1910) (clarinet-bandleader)
Pete Seeger (1919) (vocals-guitar-banjo-Weavers-solo)
Joe Ames (1924) (vocals-Ames Brothers)
James Brown (1928) (vocals-solo)
Sonny James (1929) (vocals-solo)
Frankie Valli (1937) (vocals-4 Seasons-solo)
Peter Staples (1944) (bass-Troggs)
Mary Hopkin (1950) (vocals-solo)
Christopher Cross (1951) (vocals-solo)
Vicki Sue Robinson (1954) (vocals-solo)
Gene Vincent plays Stadium Liverpool UK-1960.
Billy Fury's Last Night Was Made For Love enters UK chart-1962.
Adam Faith's As You Like It enters UK chart-1962.
Heinz' Dreams Do Come True enters UK chart-1963.
Gerry/Pacemakers make 1st appearance Ed Sullivan Show-1964.
Butterfingers' Baby Ruth peaks Can top 20-1965.
The Warlocks' 1st recording session-1965.
The Shangri-Las' Out in the Street peaks Can top 10-1965.
The Regents' Me & You peaks Can top 5-1965.
Smokey Robinson/Miracles' Ooo Baby Baby peaks Can top 20-1965.
JB/Playboys' Don't Ask Me To Be True peaks Can top 20-1965.
Freddie/Dreamers' I'm Telling You Now peaks Can #1-1965.
Elvis Presley's U.S. Male peaks Can top 10-1968.
The Buchanan Brothers' Medicine Man enters US chart-1969.
Elvis Presley's In the Ghetto enters US chart-1969.
3 Dog Night's One enters US chart-1969.
Glen Campbell's Where's the Playground Susie enters US chart-1969.
Police break up rock concert Wisconsin spraying audience with mace-1969.
CCR's Bad Moon Rising/Lodi enters US chart-1969.
The Classics IV's Everyday With You Girl enters US chart-1969.
Jimi Hendrix arrested Toronto airport drug possession/found innocent-1969.
Vikki Carr's With Pen in Hand enters US chart-1969.
Ocean awarded gold Put Your Hand in the Hand-1971.
Grand Funk Railroad hold press conference attended by 6 reporters-1971.
Les Harvey (Stone the Crows) electrocuted on stage Top Rank Swansea UK-1972.
Bruce Springsteen auditions for John Hammond/Columbia Records-1972.
The Doobie Brothers' Take Me In Your Arms enters US chart-1975.
Leo Sayer's Long Tall Glasses peaks Can top 20-1975.
Paul Anka's I Don't Like to Sleep Alone peaks Can #1-1975.
War's Why Can't We Be Friends enters US chart-1975.
John Lennon's Stand By Me peaks Can top 20-1975.
Sammy Johns' Chevy Van peaks Can top 10-1975.
Al Green's L-O-V-E peaks Can top 20-1975.
Gordon Lightfoot's Rainy Day People peaks Can top 10-1975.
Paul McCartney/Wings begin Over America US tour Fort Worth TX-1976.
Bob Seger's Against the Wind enters US chart-1980.
Hot Chocolate's No Doubt About It enters UK chart-1980.
The Beat's Mirror in the Bathroom enters UK chart-1980.
Blondie's Call Me peaks Can #1-1980.
Elton John's Little Jeannie enters US chart-1980.
Dan Fogelberg's Longer peaks Can top 20-1980.
Bob Seger's Fire Lake peaks Can top 5-1980.
Kenny Loggins' Keep the Fire peaks Can chart-1980.
Cliff Richard's Carrie peaks Can chart-1980.
The Eagles' I Can't Tell You Why peaks Can top 5-1980.
Boy Krazy's That's What Love Can Do peaks Can top 5-1993.
Barenaked Ladies' Brian Wilson peaks Can top 20-1993.
New Orleans Musical Walk of Fame inducts The Neville Brothers/Dixie Cups/Allen Toussaint/Prof. Longhair-1995.
Patsy Montana dies-1996.
ACM Awards held Universal City CA/Dixie Chicks win album of year-vocal group/Tim McGraw male vocalist/Faith Hill female vocalist-2000.
Maynard Ferguson (1928) (trumpet-band leader-DECEASED)
Ed Cassidy (1931) (drums-Spirit)
Dick Dale (1937) (guitar-solo)
Tammy Wynette (1942) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Peggy Santiglia (1944) (vocals-Angels)
Ronnie Bond (1944) (drums-Troggs-DECEASED)
Zal Cleminson (1949) (guitar-Alex Harvey-Nazareth)
Jackie Jackson (1951) (vocals-Jackson 5)
Brian Shearer (1951) (drums-Chicory Tip)
Randy Travis (1959) (vocals-solo)
Gene Vincent records Be Bop a Lula/Woman Love Nashville-1956.
George Jones' White Lightning enters US chart-1959.
Grammy Awards held/Ella Fitzgerald/Domenico Mondugno/Henry Mancini among winners-1959.
Dee Clark's Just Keep it Up enters US chart-1959.
The Beatles' From Me to You peaks UK #1-1963.
Gerry Mulligan plays Finsbury Park Astoria London UK-1963.
Chet Baker plays Chat Qui Peche club Paris FRA-1963.
The Rolling Stones sign deal with Impact Records-1963.
Barbara Lewis' Hello Stranger enters US chart-1963.
The Temptations' I Could Never Love Another enters US chart-1968.
The Who's Call Me Lightning peaks Can top 40-1968.
Merrilee Rush's Angel of the Morning enters US chart-1968.
The Ohio Express' Yummy Yummy Yummy enters US chart-1968.
Andy Kim's Baby How'd We Ever Get This Way enters US chart-1968.
Blue Cheer's Summertime Blues peaks Can top 5-1968.
Arthur Conley's Funky Street peaks Can top 20-1968.
Jerry Butler's Never Give You Up enters US chart-1968.
Mary Hopkin debuts UK TV show Opportunity Knocks-1968.
Kent State University massacre inspires CSNY's Ohio-1970.
William DeVaughn's Be Thankful For What You Got enters US chart-1974.
The Rubettes' Sugar Baby Love enters UK chart-1974.
Sparks' This Town Ain't Big Enough For the Both of Us enters UK chart-1974.
Paper Lace's Night Chicago Died enters UK chart-1974.
The Impressions' Finally Got Myself Together enters US chart-1974.
The Eagles' Already Gone enters US chart-1974.
Paul Hardcastle's 19 enters UK chart-1985.
Eric Clapton's Forever Man peaks Can chart-1985.
Pet Shop Boys' West End Girls peaks US #1-1986.
Paul Butterfield dies-1987.
Gowan's Moonlight Desires peaks Can top 10-1987.
Prince's Sign O'the Times peaks Can top 5-1987.
Glass Tiger's I Will Be There peaks Can top 30-1987.
Gino Vannelli's Wild Horses peaks Can top 10-1987.
Lee Aaron's Only Human peaks Can chart-1987.
Phil Collins/Al Jarreau awarded honourary doctorates in music Berklee College-1991.
Dudu Zulu (Savuka) shot/killed Zululand SA-1992.
Vanessa Williams' Save the Best For Last peaks Can #1-1992.
Metallica's Nothing Ever Changes peaks Can top 5-1992.
The Cure's High peaks Can top 20-1992.
Buddy Guy named Entertainer of Year at WC Handy Blues Awards Memphis-1995.
Matchbox 20's Yourself or Someone Like You CD enters Can chart-1997.
Alanis Morissette/Sloan play Saddledome Calgary AT-1999.
John Whitehead (McFadden &...) dies from shjooting-2004.
Coxsone Dodd dies heart attack-2004.
Blind Willie McTell (1901) (vocals-DECEASED)
Johnnie Taylor (1938) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Jim King (1945) (flute-sax-Family)
Bill Ward (1948) (drums-Black Sabbath)
Songwriter James A. Bland dies-1911.
Ames Brothers' It Only Hurts For a Little While enters US chart-1956.
The McGuire Sisters' Picnic enters US chart-1956.
Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel peaks US #1-1956.
Patti Page's Another Time Another Place enters US chart- 1958.
The 4 Preps' Big Man enters US chart-1958.
Pat Boone's Sugar Moon enters US chart-1958.
Jimmie Rodgers' Secretly/Make Me a Miracle enters US chart- 1958.
Renato Carosone's Torero enters US chart-1958.
Ray Charles' I Can't Stop Loving You/Born to Lose enters US chart-1962.
The Shirelles' Soldier Boy peaks US #1-1962.
Dee Dee Sharp's Mashed Potato Time peaks US #2-1962.
The Marvelettes' Playboy enters US chart-1962.
Bobby Curtola's Fortuneteller enters US chart-1962.
Peter, Paul & Mary's Lemon Tree enters US chart-1962.
Brook Benton's Hit Record enters US chart-1962.
Keith Richards writes Satisfaction riff-1965.
The Troggs' Wild Thing enters UK chart-1965.
Jimi Hendrix releases Wind Cries Mary 45 UK-1967.
Scott MacKenzie's San Francisco enters US chart-1967.
Buffalo Springfield disbands-1968.
The Beatles release Get Back/Don't Let Me Down US-1969.
Joe Simon's Chokin' Kind peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band's Do Your Thing peaks Can top 10-1969.
Bobby Vinton's To Know You Is To Love You peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Doors' Wishful Sinful peaks Can top 30-1969.
Stevie Wonder/Richard Nixon meet White House-1969.
Crazy Elephant's Gimme Gimme Good Lovin' peaks Can top 5-1969.
Rev. Gary Davis dies heart attack New Jersey-1972.
Led Zeppelin play before 62k Miami FL-1973.
Gladys Knight/Pips' Neither One of Us peaks Can top 20-1973.
Vicki Lawrence's Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia peaks Can #1-1973.
Sweet's Hellraiser enteres UK chart-1973.
Medicine Head's 1+1=1 enters UK chart-1973.
Tower of Power's So Very Hard to Go enters US chart-1973.
Bobby Pickett's Monster Mash enters US chart 3rd time-1973.
Sammy Johns awarded gold Chevy Van-1975.
The Sex Pistols play Babalu Disco London UK-1976.
Peaches & Herb's Reunited peaks US #1-1979.
Suzi Quatro & Chris Norman's Stumblin' In peaks US top 5-1979.
Amii Stewart's Knock on Wood peaks Can #1-1979.
The Doobie Brothers' Minute By Minute enters US chart-1979.
Chic's I Want Your Love peaks Can top 10-1979.
Vangelis' Chariots of Fire peaks US #1-1982.
Mick Jagger appears Faerie Tale Theater in The Nightingale- 1983.
Prince's Kiss peaks Can top 5-1986.
Robert Palmer's Addicted to Love peaks Can top 5-1986.
John Mellencamp's ROCK in the USA peaks Can top 10-1986.
John Lennon tribute concert Liverpool UK draws 15k-1990.
Radiohead release Drill EP-1992.
REM begins NA tour Phoenix-1995.
Savage Garden's self-titled CD enters Can chart-1997.
INXS' Elegantly Wasted CD enters Can chart-1997.
Depeche Mode's Ultra CD enters Can chart-1997.
Garth Brooks named artist of decade Academy Country Music awards/Dixie Chicks win album of year/Faith Hill top female-single-video-1999.
Alanis Morissette/Sloan/Limblifter play Skyreach Centre Edmonton AT-1999.
Boozoo Chavis dies-2001.
Velvet Empire's self titled CD enters Can chart-2002.
Elvis Costello's When I Was Cruel CD enters Can chart-2002.
Jerry Wallace dies-2008.
Carmen Cavallaro (1913) (keys-solo-DECEASED)
Peggy Lee (1920) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Herbie Cox (1939) (vocals-Cleftones)
Colin Earl (1942) (keys-Mungo Jerry)
Bob Seger (1945) (vocals-guitar-solo)
Jon Finley (1945) (vocals-Checkmates-Rhinoceros-Blackstone)
Janet Jackson (1966) (vocals-solo)
Mark Williams Ryan (1967) (guitar-Blowfish)
Chris Shifflet (1971) (guitar-Foo Fighters)
Charlie Gracie's Fabulous enters US chart-1957.
Rick Nelson's I'm Walking/Teenager's Romance enters US chart-1957.
The 4 Lads' I Just Don't Know enters US chart-1957.
The Coasters' Searchin'/Youngblood enters US chart-1957.
Jim Lowe's 4 Walls/Talkin' to the Blues enters US chart- 1957.
Ted Weems dies-1963.
Decca Records' Dick Rowe sees The Rolling Stones 1st time-1963.
James Brown records I Got You (I Feel Good) Miami FL-1965.
Bob Dylan plays Belfast-1966.
Nancy Sinatra's Love Eyes peaks Can top 20 also Nancy & Frank Sinatra's Something Stupid peaks Can #1-1967.
Simon & Garfunkel's At the Zoo peaks Can top 20-1967.
Jon & Robin's Do It Again enters US chart-1967.
The Staccatos' Half Past Midnight peaks Can top 10-1967.
Peter & Gordon's Sunday For Tea peaks Can top 20-1967.
Every Mother's Son's Come On Down to My Boat enters US charts-1967.
The Electric Prunes' Get Me to the World On Time peaks Can top 20-1967.
Martha & the Vandellas' Jimmy Mack peaks Can top 5-1967.
Jeff Beck's Hi Ho Silver Lining enters UK charts-1969.
The Beatles record You Never Give Me Your Money Abbey Road London UK-1969.
Ike/Tina Turner awarded gold Proud Mary-1971.
Joni Mitchell & Jackson Browne play Royal Festival Hall London-1972.
Elton John's Rocket Man enters US charts-1972.
Humble Pie's Hot'n'Nasty enters US charts-1972.
3 Dog Night's Family of Man peaks Can top 5-1972.
Crosby/Nash's Immigration Man enters US chart-1972.
Nilsson's Jump Into the Fire peaks Can top 20-1972.
Alice Cooper's Be My Lover peaks Can top 30-1972.
Neil Diamond's Song Sung Blue enters US chart-1972.
America's A Horse With No Name peaks Can #1-1972.
Paul Simon begins 1st solo tour post Garfunkel-1973.
Dolly Parton makes NYC debut Bottom Line-1977.
Van Halen's Runnin' With the Devil enters US chart-1978.
Styx' Fooling Yourself peaks Can top 20-1978.
Heatwave's Groove Line enters US chart-1978.
Yvonne Elliman's If I Can't Have You peaks Can #1-1978.
Barry Manilow's Even Now enters US chart-1978.
ELO's Sweet Talkin' Woman peaks Can top 20-1978.
David Crosby appears Dallas court drugs/weapons charges-1982.
Lionel Richie's Hello peaks US #1-1984.
Mick Jagger/Michael Jackson record State of Shock-1984.
The Power Station's Some Like it Hot peaks Can top 10-1985.
The Commodores' Nightshift peaks Can top 10-1985.
Bruce Springsteen's I'm on Fire peaks Can top 20-1985.
USA for Africa's We Are the World peaks Can #1-1985.
Carly Simon's Let the River Run peaks Can top 20-1989.
REM's Losing My Religion peaks Can top 20-1991.
Tracie Spencer's This House peaks Can top 10-1991.
LL Cool J's Around the Way Girl peaks Can top 20-1991.
Robert Palmer's Mercy Mercy Me/I Want You medley peaks Can top 20-1991.
James Taylor/Natalie Cole awarded honourary degrees Berklee College Boston MA-1995.
Rage Against The Machine Evil Empire CD enters Can chart-1996.
Brooks/Dunn's Borderline CD enters Can chart-1996.
Celine Dion's Because You Loved Me peaks Can #1-1996.
The Tragically Hip's Ahead By A Century enters Can chart-1996.
Headstones release Smile and Wave CD Can-1997.
John Mellencamp delivers commencement address Indiana U-2000.
Charlotte Church named Artist of Year inaugural Brit Classical Awards-2000.
Otis Blackwell dies-2002.
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840) (composer-DECEASED)
Riley Puckett (1890) (vocals-guitar-Skillet Lickers-DECEASED)
Jim Lowe (1927) (vocals-solo)
Mitch Jayne (1930) (bass-Dillards)
Teresa Brewer (1931) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Jimmy Ruffin (1939) (vocals-solo)
Johnny Maestro (1939) (vocals-Crests-Brooklyn Bridge)
Bill Danoff (1946) (vocals-Starland Vocal Band)
Ken Koblun (1946) (bass-3's a Crowd)
Pete Wingfield (1948) (vocals-piano-Jellybread-solo)
Glenn Miller records Chattanooga Choo Choo-1941.
Nat King Cole's Blossom Fell enters US chart-1955.
The DeCastro Sisters Boom Boom Boomerang enters US chart- 1955.
Frank Sinatra's Learnin' the Blues enters US chart-1955.
Brian Poole/Tremeloes' Someone Someone enters UK chart-1964.
Cilla Black's You're My World enters UK chart-1964.
Keith Richards begins to write Satisfaction-1965.
Frank Sinatra's Strangers in the Night enters US chart-1966.
Simon & Garfunkel's I Am a Rock enters US chart-1966.
The Shades of Blue's Oh How Happy enters US chart-1966.
Johnny Cash plays Empire Liverpool-1966.
The Lovin' Spoonful's Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind enters US chart-1966.
The Mamas/Papas' Monday Monday peaks US #1-1966.
The Beach Boys' Sloop John B peaks US top 5-1966.
The Chiffons' Sweet Talkin' Guy enters US chart-1966.
The Rolling Stones release Paint it Black US-1966.
The Supremes' Happening peaks US #1-1967.
The Jeff Beck Group begins 1st tour UK-1967.
The Byrds play Piper Club Rome Italy-1968.
The Beatles release Long and Winding Road/For You Blue US-1970.
Frank Sinatra plays Royal Festival Hall London-1970.
The Eagles' Hotel California peaks US #1-1977.
The Atlanta Rhythm Section's So Into You peaks Can #2-1977.
Barry Manilow's Looks Like We Made It enters US chart-1977.
Rita Coolidge's Higher and Higher enters US charts-1977.
Waylon Jennings' Luckenbach Texas enters US charts-1977.
England Dan & John Ford Coley's It's Sad to Belong enters US chart-1977.
Stephen Bishop's On and On enters US charts-1977.
Daryl Hall & John Oates' Back Together Again enters US chart-1977.
The Cars' You Might Think peaks Can top 10-1984.
The Thompson Twins' Hold Me Now peaks Can #2-1984.
Madonna's Crazy For You peaks US #1-1985.
The Rolling Stones release One Hit to the Body 45-1986.
Alannah Myles' Lover of Mine peaks Can top 10-1990.
Sinead O'Connor's Nothing Compares 2 U peaks US #1-1990.
Midnight Oil's Blue Sky Mine peaks Can #2-1990.
Burton Cummings' Take One Away peaks Can top 20-1990.
Beck performs multimedia show reopening Museum of Art Santa Monica CA-1998.
Eddie Rabbit dies cancer-1998.
Rudy Maugeri (Crew Cuts) dies cancer-2004.
Red Nichols (1905) (trumpet-5 Pennies-DECEASED)
Robert Johnson (1911) (vocals-guitar-DECEASED)
Papa John Creach (1917) (violin-vocals-Jefferson Starship-DECEASED)
Rick Nelson (1940) (vocals-guitar-DECEASED)
John Fred (1941) (vocals-Playboy Band-DECEASED)
Euclid Motorhead Sherwood (1942) (reeds-vocals-The Mothers of Invention-DECEASED)
Jack Blanchard (1942) (vocals-w.Misty Morgan)
Toni Tennille (1943) (vocals-keys-Captain &...)
Paul Samwell-Smith (1943) (bass-Yardbirds-producer)
Gary Glitter (1944) (vocals)
Keith Jarrett (1945) (keys)
Philip Bailey (1951) (vocals-EW&F-w.Phil Collins)
Chris Frantz (1951) (drums-Talking Heads-Tom Tom Club-producer)
Billy Burnette (1953) (vocals-guitar-Fleetwood Mac)
Alex van Halen (1955) (drums-Van Halen)
The Coasters' Searchin' enters US chart-1957.
Ben E. King's Stand By Me enters US chart 1st time-1961.
Island Records opens for business-1962.
Horst Jankowski's Walk in the Black Forest enters US chart-1965.
The Guess Who's Shakin' All Over enters US chart-1965.
Gene Pitney's Last Chance to Turn Around enters US chart-1965.
Roger Miller's Engine Engine #9 enter US chart-1965.
Laverne Andrews dies cancer-1967.
Merle Haggard records Mama Tried-1968.
James Brown has dinner White House w.LBJ-1968.
Des O'Connor's I Pretend enters UK chart-1968.
The Beatles release Let It Be LP-1970.
The Jackson 5 release ABC LP-1970.
The Partridge Family's I'll Meet You Halfway enters US chart-1971.
The Supremes' Nathan Jones enters US chart-1971.
Carole King's It's Too Late/I Feel the Earth Move enters US chart- 1971.
Jerry Reed's When You're Hot You're Hot enters US chart-1971.
Alice Cooper's 18 peaks Can top 10-1971.
Bread's If peaks Can top 10-1971.
Beginning of the End's Funky Nassau enters US chart-1971.
Tony Christie's I Did What I Did For Maria enters UK chart-1972.
Graham Bond commits suicide jumping in front of subway train-1974.
Bad Company awarded gold Straight Shooter LP-1975.
Cyndi Grecco's Making Our Dreams Come True enters US chart-1976.
Roxy Music's Love is the Drug peaks Can top 5-1976.
The Starland Vocal Band's Afternoon Delight enters US chart-1976.
Valdy's Yes I Can peaks Can chart-1976.
Styx' Lorelei peaks Can top 10-1976.
Keith Carradine's I'm Easy enters US chart-1976.
John Sebastian's Welcome Back peaks US #1-1976.
Steve Miller's Take the Money and Run enters US chart-1976.
Heart's Crazy on You peaks Can top 30-1976.
Kansas' Play the Game Tonight enters US chart-1982.
Bertie Higgins' Key Largo peaks Can top 5-1982.
Juice Newton's Love's Been a Little Bit Hard On Me enters US chart-1982.
Neil Bogart (record executive) dies cancer-1982.
Vangelis' Chariots of Fire peaks US #1-1982.
The Beatles' Movie Medley peaks Can top 20-1982.
Herschel Bernardi dies-1986.
The Music Man becomes 1st Broadway hit to play China-1987.
The Bangles' Eternal Flame peaks Can top 10-1989.
Candi's Love Makes No Promises peaks Can top 10-1989.
Genesis begin US tour Irving TX-1992.
Ricky Martin's Ma Vida Loca peaks US #1-1999.
Alanis Morisette/Crash Test Dummies/Emm Gryner play Arena Winnipeg MB-1999.
Leon Thomas dies heart failure-1999.
Eddy Arnold dies-2008.
Hank Snow (1914) (vocals-guitar-DECEASED)
Frank Chacksfield (1914) (orchestra leader-DECEASED)
Sonny Curtis (1937) (vocals-guitar-Crickets)
Dave Prater (1937) (vocals-w.Sam-DECEASED)
Pete Birrell (1941) (bass-Freddie/Dreamers)
Danny Rapp (1941) (vocals-Juniors-DECEASED)
Tommy Roe (1942) (vocals)
Mike Millward (1942) (guitar-Fourmost-DECEASED)
Don Danneman (1944) (vocals-Cyrkle)
Richie Furay (1944) (vocals-guitar-Buffalo Springfield-Poco-SHF Band)
Steve Katz (1945) (guitar-vocals-Blues Project-Blood Sweat & Tears-Sea Train)
Richard Hudson (1948) (drums-Strawbs-w.Ford)
Billy Joel (1949) (vocals-keys)
Tom Petersson (1950) (bass-vocals-Cheap Trick)
Sam Cooke's Wonderful World enters US chart-1960.
Freddy Cannon's Jump Over enters US chart-1960.
Bobby Rydell's Swingin' School/Ding a Ling enters US chart-1960.
Connie Francis' Everybody's Somebody's Fool/Jealous of You enters US chart-1960.
The Beatles sign EMI Parlophone-1962.
Freddie/Dreamers' If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody enters UK chart- 1963.
Paul McCartney meets Jane Asher for first time-1963.
Cliff Richard's Lucky Lips enters UK chart-1963.
Peter/Gordon's A World Without Love enters US chart-1964.
B.B. King's Rock Me Baby enters US chart-1964.
The Swinging Blue Jeans' Good Golly Miss Molly enters US chart-1964.
Elvis Presley's Viva Las Vegas/What'd I Say enters US chart- 1964.
Louis Armstrong's Hello Dolly peaks US #1-1964.
The Beatles' Do You Want to Know a Secret peaks US #2-1964.
The DC5's Bits & Pieces peaks US top 5-1964.
Chuck Berry begins 1st UK tour w.Animals/Nashville Teens/Carl Perkins-1964.
Bob Dylan plays 1st of two nights Royal Albert Hall London UK-1965.
John Lee Hooker arrives UK to begin tour-1965.
Lou Christie's Rhapsody in the Rain peaks Can top 10-1966.
Brian Wilson's Caroline No peaks Can top 20-1966.
Elvis Presley's Frankie & Johnny peaks Can top 20-1966.
The Beatles record For No One Abbey Road London UK-1966.
Herman's Hermits' Leaning On the Lamppost peaks Can top 5-1966.
Blues Image's Ride Captain Ride enters US charts-1970.
Gladys Knight/Pips' You Need Love Like I Do peaks Can top 40-1970.
Mr. Bloe's Groovin' With Mr. Bloe enters UK chart-1970.
B.J. Thomas' Everybody's Out of Town peaks Can top 20-1970.
Badfinger's Come and Get It peaks Can top 5-1970.
Crabby Appleton's Go Back enters US chart-1970.
The Guess Who's American Woman/No Sugar Tonight peaks Can #1-1970.
James Brown records Get On the Good Foot Augusta SC-1972.
The Rolling Stones reach settlement with Alan Klein-1972.
BTO awarded gold BTO II LP-1974.
Elton John's Nobody Wins enters US chart-1981.
The Rolling Stones release Sucking in the 70s compilation-1981.
Sheena Easton's Modern Girl enters US chart-1981.
The Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Final Squad's Ossie's Dream enters UK chart-1981.
Joey Scarbury's Theme From Greatest American Hero enters US chart-1981.
Phil Collins' I Missed Again peaks Can top 10-1981.
Adam/Ants' Stand & Deliver enters UK chart-1981.
Steve Winwood's While You See a Chance peaks Can top 5- 1981.
Smokey Robinson's Being With You enters UK chart-1981.
Steve Winwood's Arc of a Diver enters US chart-1981.
David Bowie's Let's Dance peaks Can #1-1982.
Naked Eyes' Always Something There to Remind Me peaks Can top 10-1983.
Toto's I Won't Hold You Back peaks Can top 20-1983.
Bob Seger's Even Now peaks Can top 10-1983.
Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World peaks Can top 10-1988.
The Jets' Rocket 2 U peaks Can top 20-1988.
Terence Trent D'Arby's Wishing Well peaks Can #1-1988.
Zhane's Groove Thang peaks Can #2-1994.
Eria Fachin dies cancer-1996.
Puff Daddy/Jimmy Page perform together SNL-1998.
Shel Silverstein dies-1999.
James Myers (songwriter Rock Around the Clock) dies-2001.
Fred Astaire (1899) (vocals-Emmy/Golden Globe honouree-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-DECEASED)
Bert Weedon (1920) (guitar)
Larry Williams (1935) (vocals-DECEASED)
Jackie Lomax (1944) (vocals-guitar-Undertakers)
Dave Mason (1946) (vocals-guitar-Traffic)
Donovan (1946) (vocals-guitar)
Jay Ferguson (1947) (vocals-Spirit-Jo Jo Gunne)
Sly Dunbar (1952) (reggae musician-w.Robbie)
Sid Vicious (1957) (vocals-bass-Sex Pistols-DECEASED)
Bono (Paul Hewson) (1960) (vocals-U2)
The Carter Family record Wildwood Flower Camden NJ-1928.
Johnnie Ray's Yes Tonight Josephine enters UK chart-1957.
The Beatles audition for Larry Parnes-1960.
Mike Sarne's Come Outside enters UK chart-1962.
Cliff Richard's I'm Looking Out the Window/Do You Wanna Dance enters UK chart-1962.
Elvis Presley's Good Luck Charm enters UK chart-1962.
The Rolling Stones record Come On/I Want to Be Loved-1963.
The Rolling Stones record That's How Strong My Love Is/Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man/Mercy Mercy/1st version Satisfaction Chess Chicago-1965.
The Temptations' It's Growing peaks Can top 20-1965.
John Lee Hooker's 4th UK tour begins-1965.
Soupy Sales' The Mouse peaks Can top 20-1965.
Wayne Fontana/Mindbenders' Game of Love peaks Can top 5-1965.
Herman's Hermits' Silhouettes peaks Can #1-1965.
The Dixiecups' Iko Iko peaks Can top 30-1965.
Tony Clark's Entertainer peaks Can top 20-1965.
Bob Dylan plays 2nd night Albert Hall London UK/1st electric tour UK/booed while performing-1965.
The Beatles record Bad Boy/Dizzy Miss Lizzie-1965.
Burt Bacharach's Don't Go Breaking My Heart peaks Can top 20-1965.
Mick Jagger/Keith Richards prosecuted drug charges/Brian Jones charged possession marijuana-1967.
Jim Morrison/Doors incite audience riot Chicago IL-1968.
The Beatles' Get Back/Don't Let Me Down enters US chart-1969.
Henry Mancini's Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet enters US chart- 1969.
Checkmates LTD's Black Pearl enters US chart-1969.
The Turtles/Temptations play Tricia Nixon's Masque Ball Whitehouse-1969.
The Who begin 4 nights MSG NYC performing for 80,000/selling out 8 hours-1974.
Main Ingredient awarded gold Just Don't Want to Be Lonely-1974.
Tony Orlando/Dawn's He Don't Love You peaks Can top 5-1975.
B.J. Thomas' Somebody Done Somebody Wrong peaks Can top 5-1975.
Melissa Manchester's Midnight Blue enters US chart-1975.
Barry Manilow's It's a Miracle peaks Can #1-1975.
The Commodores' Slippery When Wet enters US chart-1975.
Hot Chocolate's Emma peaks Can top 5-1975.
The Charlie Daniels Band's Long Haired Country Boy enters US chart-1975.
The Rolling Stones release Miss You/Far Away Eyes//begin rehearsing Woodstock NY for tour-1978.
Billy Joel's You May Be Right peaks Can top 10-1980.
Rocky Burnette's Tired of Toeing the Line enters US chart-1980.
Don McLean's Crying enters UK chart-1980.
Pure Prairie League's Let Me Love You Tonight enters US chart-1980.
Rodney Crowell's Ashes By Now enters US chart-1980.
The GoGos announce breakup-1985.
Tommy Lee/Heather Locklear wed-1986.
Spitting Image's Chicken Song enters UK chart-1986.
Robert Palmer's Addicted to Love enters UK chart-1986.
Doctor/Medics' Spirit in the Sky enters UK chart-1986.
Sylvia Sims dies-1992.
Tori Amos' From the Choirgirl Hotel CD enters Can chart-1998.
LeAnn Rimes' Sittin' On Top of the World CD enters Can chart-1998.
Shel Silverstein dies Key West FL-1999.
Alanis Morisette/Crash Test Dummies play Arena Sudbury ON-1999.
Bobby Brown arrested parole violation Newark NJ-2000.
World Music Awards held Monaco/Backstreet Boys sin four-2000.
Alma Gluck (1884) (vocals-opera-DECEASED)
King Oliver (1885) (trumpet-solo-New Orleans Jazz Band-DECEASED)
Irving Berlin (1888) (composer-DECEASED)
Ward Allen (1924) (fiddle-DECEASED)
Carla Bley (1938) (keys-JCOA-solo)
Eric Burdon (1941) (vocals-Animals-solo-War)
Les Chadwick (1943) (bass-Pacemakers)
Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters record South America Take It Away LA-1946.
Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel enters UK chart/records I Want You I Need You I Love You Nashville-1956.
Little Richard's Kansas City enters US chart-1959.
Dave Cortez' Happy Organ peaks US #1-1959.
The Impalas' Sorry I Ran All the Way Home peaks US #2-1959.
Edd Byrnes' Kookie Kookie peaks US top 5-1959.
Fats Domino's I'm Ready enters US chart-1959.
Freddy Cannon's Tallahassee Lassie enters US chart-1959.
The Shadows' Frightened City enters UK chart-1961.
Billy Fury's Halfway to Paradise enters UK chart-1961.
Tony Bennett's Good Life enters US chart-1963.
The Cascades' The Last Leaf enters US chart-1963.
Nat King Cole's Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer enters US chart-1963.
Kyu Sakamoto's Sukiyaki enters US chart-1963.
Bobby Rydell's Wildwood Days enters US chart-1963.
Little Peggy March's I Will Follow Him peaks US #1-1963.
Lesley Gore's It's My Party enters US chart-1963.
Bobby Darin's 18 Yellow Roses enters US chart-1963.
The Righteous Brothers' Little Latin Lupe Lu enters US chart-1963.
The Beatles release All My Loving/Roll Over Beethoven/This Boy/Please Mr. Postman EP US-1964.
The Rolling Stones complete recording Satisfaction LA-1965.
Buffalo Springfield begin 6-week run Whisky A Go Go Los Angeles CA-1966.
The Beatles record Baby You're a Rich Man Abbey Road London UK-1967.
The Bee Gees appear Top of the Pops UK-1967.
The Kinks' Waterloo Sunset enters UK chart-1967.
O.C. Smith's Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp peaks Can top 20- 1968.
Percy Sledge's Take Time to Know Her peaks Can top 5-1968.
Richard Harris' MacArthur Park enters US chart-1968.
Engelbert Humperdinck's A Man Without Love enters US chart- 1968.
Gene Pitney's She's a Heartbreaker enters US chart-1968.
The Rascals' A Beautiful Morning peaks Can #1-1968.
Sergio Mendes' The Look of Love enters US chart-1968.
The Box Tops' Cry Like a Baby peaks Can top 5-1968.
The BeeGees' Jumbo peaks Can top 20-1968.
Gordon Lightfoot's Black Day in July peaks Can chart-1968.
The Byrds' You Ain't Going Nowhere enters US chart-1968.
The Rolling Stones awarded gold Sticky Fingers LP-1971.
Grand Funk's Locomotion peaks Can #1-1974.
Gladys Knight/Pips' Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me peaks Can top 10-1974.
Ian Thomas' Come the Son peaks Can chart-1974.
Diana Ross/Marvin Gaye's My Mistake peaks Can top 20-1974.
Carly Simon's Haven't Got Time For the Pain enters US chart- 1974.
Ringo Starr's Oh My My peaks Can top 5-1974.
Steely Dan's Rikki Don't Lose That Number enters US chart- 1974.
Helen Reddy's Keep On Singing peaks Can top 10-1974.
Jim Croce's I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song peaks Can top 5-1974.
Lois Fletcher's I Am What I Am peaks Can top 20-1974.
Golden Earring's Radar Love enters US chart-1974.
Crosby/Nash record To the Last Whale/Critical Mass-1975.
The Sex Pistols begin Tuesday residency 100 Club London UK-1976.
Lester Flatt dies-1979.
Bob Marley dies cancer-1981.
Cats opens New London Theatre UK-1981.
Billy Ocean's Suddenly enters UK chart-1985.
Animotion's Obsession enters UK chart-1985.
U2's With or Without You peaks Can #1-1987.
MC Miker G/DJ Sven's Holiday Rap peaks Can top 10-1987.
Richard Marx' Hazard peaks Can top 5-1992.
The Tragically Hip release Trouble at the Henhouse LP Can-1996.
Headstones' Smile and Wave CD enters Can chart-1997.
Hanson's Middle of Nowhere CD enters Can chart-1997.
Alanis Morissette/Crash Test Dummies/Esthero play Air Canada Centre Toronto ON-1999.
Noel Redding dies-2003.
Dewey Terry dies-2003.
John Whitehead shot to death-2004.
Gordon Jenkins (1910) (arranger-orchestra leader-Songwriter's HoF inductee-Grammy winner-DECEASED)
Burt Bacharach (1928) (composer-vocals-keys)
Jayotis Washington (1941) (vocals-Persuasions)
Ian Dury (1942) (vocals-DECEASED)
Billy Swan (1942) (keys-vocals-solo)
James Purify (1944) (vocals-w.Bobby Purify)
Ian McLagan (1945) (keys-Small Faces-Rolling Stones)
Bob Rigg (1945) (Frost)
Steve Winwood (1948) (vocals-keys-guitar-Spencer Davis Group-Traffic-Blind Faith-Powerhouse-solo)
Billy Squier (1951) (vocals-guitar-Piper-solo)
The 4 Freshmen's & The Rover Boys' Graduation Day both enter US chart-1956.
Johnny Cash with Sun Records announce release I Walk the Line-1956.
Sylvia Syms' I Could Have Danced All Night enters US chart-1956.
Elvis Presley's Money Honey enters US chart-1956.
Bobby Freeman's Do You Want to Dance enters US chart-1958.
The Everly Brothers' All I Have To Do Is Dream peaks US #1-1958.
Eddie Cochran's 3 Steps to Heaven enters UK chart-1960.
Frank Sinatra TV special with Sammy Davis Jr., Elvis Presley and Joey Bishop-1960.
Johnny Tillotson's It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin' enters US chart-1962.
Connie Francis' Second Hand Love enters US chart-1962.
Johnny Crawford's Cindy's Birthday enters US chart-1962.
The Everly Brothers' That's Old Fashioned/How Can I Meet Her enters US chart-1962.
David Rose's Stripper enters US chart-1962.
Elvis Presley's Follow That Dream enters US chart-1962.
Freddy Cannon's Palisades Park enters US chart-1962.
Bob Dylan refuses Ed Sullivan show over censorship-1963.
Ray Charles begins UK tour Finsbury Park Astoria London-1963.
Grammys presented/Ray Charles wins best r'n'b recording-1964.
Frank Sinatra's Strangers in the Night enters UK chart-1966.
The Beatles record All Together Now Abbey Road London UK-1967.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience release Are You Experienced LP UK-1967.
Pink Floyd perform 1st Quadrophonic concert-1967.
The Rolling Stones play NME Poll Winners Concert Wembley w.Status Quo/Lulu/Cliff Richard/Shadows/Dusty Springfield/Tremeloes/Scott Walker/Move-1968.
Tommy James/Shondells' Sweet Cherry Wine peaks Can top 10-1969.
Sly/Family Stone's Stand peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Ventures' Hawaii 5-0 peaks Can top 5-1969.
The Isley Brothers' It's Your Thing peaks Can top 5-1969.
Booker T/MGs' Time is Tight peaks Can top 10-1969.
The Cowsills' Hair peaks Can #1-1969.
Mungo Jerry release In the Summertime UK-1970.
Carpenters awarded gold For All We Know-1971.
Keith Hampshire's First Cut Is the Deepest peaks Can #1-1973.
Seals/Crofts' Diamond Girl enters US chart-1973.
Helen Reddy's Peaceful peaks Can top 20-1973.
Bette Midler's Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy enters US chart-1973.
War's The World is a Ghetto peaks Can top 30-1973.
The Beach Boys' California Saga enters US chart-1973.
David Bowie's Space Oddity peaks Can top 20-1973.
David Blue's Outlaw Man enters US chart-1973.
ELO record concert album Long Beach CA-1974.
EW&F/Emotions' Boogie Wonderland enters US chart-1979.
Suzy Quatro/Chris Norman's Stumblin' In peaks Can top 20-1979.
Poco's Heart of the Night enters US chart-1979.
The Police's Roxanne peaks Can top 40-1979.
April Wine's Roller peaks Can top 30-1979.
Bob Welch's Precious Love peaks Can top 20-1979.
Anita Ward's Ring My Bell enters US chart-1979.
Blondie's Heart of Glass peaks Can #1-1979.
M+M's Black Stations White Stations peaks Can top 30-1984.
The Bangles' Manic Monday peaks Can #2-1986.
Glass Tiger's Don't Forget Me When I'm Gone peaks Can #1-1986.
Van Halen's Why Can't This Be Love peaks Can top 20-1986.
Boyz II Men's End of the Road peaks Can #1-1992.
Rozalla's Everybody's Free peaks Can top 5-1992.
Bryan Adams' Do I Have to Say the Words peaks Can top 10-1992.
Spirit of the West/VSO record Orpheum Theatre Vancouver BC-1996.
Travis play benefit gig school London UK-2001.
Perry Como dies-2001.
Sharon Sheeley (songwriter) dies-2002.
Gil Evans (1912) (conductor-arranger-solo-DECEASED)
Richie Valens (1941) (vocals-guitar-solo-DECEASED)
Joe Brown (1941) (vocals-guitar-solo)
Mary Wells (1943) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Magic Dick Salwicz (1945) (harp-J. Geils Band)
Danny Klein (1946) (bass-J. Geils Band)
Peter Overend Watts (1947) (bass-Mott the Hoople)
Danny Kirwan (1950) (guitar-Fleetwood Mac-solo)
Peter Gabriel (1950) (vocals-keys-Genesis-solo)
Stevie Wonder (1950) (vocals-keys-harmonica-drums-solo)
Darius Rucker (1966) (vocals-Hootie/Blowfish)
Elvis Presley plays Jacksonville FL/audience members tear his clothes-1955.
Fats Domino's Valley of Tears enters US chart-1957.
Buddy Knox' Rock Your Little Baby to Sleep enters US chart-1957.
Johnnie/Joe's Over the Mountain enters US chart-1957.
Benny Goodman plays Basin Street Club NYC NY w.Barbra Streisand opening-1963.
Jerry Lee Lewis plays Town Hall Birmingham UK-1963.
Sandie Shaw's Long Live Love enters UK chart-1965.
The Rockin' Berries' Poor Man's Son enters UK chart-1965.
The Rolling Stones release Paint it Black UK-1966.
The BeeGees' NY Mining Disaster 1941 enters UK chart-1967.
Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell's Ain't No Mountain High Enough enters US charts-1967.
The Turtles' She'd Rather Be With Me enters US chart-1967.
Dusty Springfield's I'll Try Anything peaks Can top 20-1967.
Roger Miller's Walkin' In the Sunshine peaks Can top 30-1967.
The Spencer Davis Group's I'm a Man peaks Can #1-1967.
Arthur Conley's Sweet Soul Music peaks Can top 5-1967.
The Grassroots' Let's Live For Today enters US charts-1967.
The DC5's You Got What it Takes peaks Can top 10-1967.
The Beach Boys' Then I Kissed Her enters UK chart-1967.
Aretha Franklin awarded gold Bridge Over Troubled Water-1971.
Aretha Franklin's Day Dreaming peaks Can top 20-1972.
T. Rex' Metal Guru enters UK chart-1972.
Derek/Dominos' Layla enters US chart 2nd time-1972.
Lindisfarne's Lady Eleanor enters UK chart-1972.
Don McLean's Vincent enters UK chart-1972.
April Wine's You Could Have Been a Lady peaks Can #2-1972.
Joe Tex' I Gotcha peaks Can top 30-1972.
The Stylistics' Betcha By Golly Wow peaks Can top 20-1972.
The Jimmy Castor Bunch's Troglodyte enters US chart-1972.
Sonny/Cher's A Cowboy's Work is Never Done peaks Can top 5-1972.
Carly Simon's Legend In Your Own Time peaks Can top 40-1972.
Bob Wills dies pneumonia-1975.
Frank Zappa plays St. Louis MO-1975.
Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway's Closer I Get to You peaks US top 5-1978.
Andrew Gold's Thank You For Being a Friend peaks Can top 10-1978.
REO Speedwagon's Roll With the Changes enters US chart-1978.
Donna Summer's Last Dance enters US chart-1978.
Jackson Browne's Running on Empty peaks Can top 5-1978.
Kansas' Dust in the Wind peaks Can top 5-1978.
Yvonne Elliman's If I Can't Have You peaks US #1-1978.
Billy Joel's Only the Good Die Young enters US chart-1978.
David Gates' Goodbye Girl peaks Can top 10-1978.
Bob Seger's Still the Same enters US chart-1978.
Eric Clapton's Wonderful Tonight enters US chart-1978.
Joan Weber dies-1981.
Alison Moyet's Invisible peaks Can top 20-1985.
Gowan's Criminal Mind peaks Can top 5-1985.
Foreigner's That Was Yesterday peaks Can top 20-1985.
Roxette's Joyride peaks Can #1-1991.
Gerardo's Rico Suave peaks Can top 40-1991.
Rick Astley's Cry For Help peaks Can top 5-1991.
Cathy Dennis' Touch Me peaks Can top 10-1991.
C&C Music Factory's Here We Go peaks Can #2-1991.
Rod Stewart's Rhythm of My Heart peaks Can top 10-1991.
Bette Midler/Barry White/Red Hot Chili Peppers guest Simpson's season finale-1993.
Tracy Chapman's Give Me One Reason enters Can chart-1996.
Collective Soul's Where the River Flows enters Can chart-1996.
I Mother Earth's Scenery & Fish CD enters Can chart-1996.
Hootie/Blowfish's Old Man and Me peaks Can #1/Fairweather Johnson CD enters Can chart-1996.
Composer Edde Barclay dies-2005.
Sydney Bechet (1897) (clarinet-Louis Armstrong-DECEASED)
Norman Luboff (1914) (arranger-choir leader-DECEASED)
Al Dexter (1919) (guitar-vocals-bandleader-DECEASED)
Charlie Gracie (1936) (vocals-guitar-solo)
Bobby Darin (1936) (vocals-solo-DECEASED)
Jack Bruce (1943) (vocals-bass-Cream-solo)
Al Ciner (1947) (guitar-vocals-American Breed)
Art Grant (1950) (bass-Edgar Broughton Band)
David Byrne (1952) (vocals-Talking Heads-solo)
C.C. DeVille (1966) (Poison)
Bill Haley/Comets' Rock Around the Clock enters US chart-1955.
Eddie Fisher's Heart enters US chart-1955.
Don Cornell's Most of All/The Door is Still Open to My Heart enters US chart-1955.
Sidney Bechet dies-1959.
The Rolling Stones play New Civic Auditorium SF-1965.
B.J. Thomas' Mama enters US chart-1966.
The Rolling Stones' Paint it Black enters US chart-1966.
Gary Lewis' Green Grass enters US chart-1966.
John Lennon/Paul McCartney appear Tonight Show/announce founding of Apple-1968.
Jethro Tull's Living in the Past enters UK chart-1969.
Easy Rider film premieres-1969.
Honey Cone awarded gold Want Ads/release Want Ads UK-1971.
The Ohio Players awarded gold Funky Worm-1973.
3 Dog Night awarded gold Show Must Go On-1974.
James Taylor/Carly Simon awarded gold Mockingbird-1974.
Keith Relf electrocuted-1976.
Leo Sayer's When I Need You peaks US #1-1977.
Captain/Tennille's Can't Stop Dancin' peaks Can top 20-1977.
Boston's Peace of Mind enters US chart-1977.
Jennifer Warnes' Right Time of the Night peaks Can top 5-1977.
The Eagles' Life in the Fast Lane enters US chart-1977.
Natalie Cole's I've Got Love On My Mind peaks Can top 5-1977.
Shaun Cassidy's Da Doo Ron Ron enters US chart-1977.
Glen Campbell's Southern Nights peaks Can #1-1977.
Wham's Bad Boys enters UK chart-1983.
Paul Young's Come Back & Stay peaks Can top 40-1984.
Bonnie Tyler's Holding Out For a Hero peaks Can top 20-1984.
Tracy Ullman's They Don't Know peaks Can top 5-1984.
Phil Collins' Against All Odds peaks Can #1-1984.
Jane Child's Don't Wanna Fall in Love peaks Can top 20-1990.
Tommy Page's I'll Be Your Everything peaks Can top 5-1990.
Bob Dylan/Joni Mitchell/Van Morrison appear BC Place Vancouver BC-1998.
Frank Sinatra dies-1998.
Alanis Morissette/Crash Test Dummies play Corel Centre Ottawa ON-1999.
Bluegrass musician Jimmy Martin dies-2005.
Eddy Arnold (1918) (vocals-guitar-DECEASED)
Trini Lopez (1937) (vocals-guitar)
Ian "Tich" Amey (1944) (DDDBM&T)
Graham Goble (1944) (vocals-guitar-LRB)
Brian Eno (1948) (keys-vocals-Roxy Music)
Gary Thain (1948) (bass-Uriah Heep-DECEASED)
Mike Oldfield (1953) (guitar-various)
Billboard debuts country chart-1948.
Brook Benton's Boll Weevil Song enters US chart-1961.
Elvis Presley's I Feel So Bad enters US chart-1961.
Gladys Knight/Pips' Every Beat of My Heart enters US chart-1961.
Adam Wade's Writing's On the Wall enters US chart-1961.
Clarence Frogman Henry's You Always Hurt the One You Love enters US chart-1961.
The Regents' Barbara Ann enters US chart-1961.
Grammys held/Tony Bennett's I Left My Heart in San Francisco record of year/Vaughn Meader's First Family album of year/Bent Fabric's Alley Cat Rock Record of Year-1963.
The 4 Seasons/Del Shannon/Freddie & thge Dreamers play State Kilburn Theatre London UK-1963.
Otis Redding's I've Been Loving You Too Long enters US chart-1965.
The Rolling Stones play San Bernardino-1965.
The Yardbirds' For Your Love enters US chart-1965.
P.J. Proby returns to UK TV after ban-1965.
The Byrds' Mr. Tambourine Man enters US chart-1965.
Barbara Mason's Yes I'm Ready enters US chart-1965.
The Animals' Bring it On Home to Me enters US chart-1965.
Dickey Lee's Laurie enters US chart-1965.
Eddy Arnold's What's He Doing In My World enters US chart-1965.
Chad/Jeremy's Before and After enters US chart-1965.
The 4 Tops' I Can't Help Myself enters US chart-1965.
Donovan's Catch the Wind enters US chart-1965.
Jimi Hendrix plays Neue Welt Berlin-1967.
3's a Crowd play week Steve Paul's Scene NYC NY-1967.
The Equals' Baby Come Back enters UK chart-1968.
Archie Bell/Drells' Tighten Up peaks US #1-1968.
Frank Zappa/LA Philharmonic perform 200 Motels LA-1970.
The Beatles release Let It Be LP US-1970.
8th Day's She's Not Just Another Woman enters US chart-1971.
The Osmonds' Double Lovin' enters US chart-1971.
Nilsson's Me & My Arrow peaks Can top 30-1971.
The Carpenters' Rainy Days and Mondays enters US chart-1971.
John Lennon's Power to the People peaks Can top 5-1971.
Janis Joplin's Cry Baby enters US chart-1971.
The Fortunes' Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again enters US chart-1971.
Isaac Hayes' Never Can Say Goodbye enters US chart-1971.
The Buoys' Timothy peaks Can top 10-1971.
Brewer/Shipley's Tarkio Road enters US chart-1971.
Glan Campbell awarded gold Greatest Hits LP-1972.
The Wurzels' Combine Harvester enteres UK chart-1976.
Wings' Silly Love Songs enters UK chart-1976.
Thin Lizzy's Boys are Back in Town enters US chart-1976.
Bad Company's Young Blood peaks Can top 10-1976.
Parliament's Tear the Roof Off the Sucker enters US chart-1976.
The Sylvers' Boogie Fever peaks US/Can #1-1976.
The Sex Pistols play Plaistow Grove Bromley UK-1976.
Stevie Wonder's Sir Duke peaks US #1-1977.
Paul McCartney/Stevie Wonder's Ebony & Ivory peaks US #1-1982.
Daryl Hall/John Oates' Did It In a Minute peaks Can top 10-1982.
ABC's Look of Love enters UK chart-1982.
Huey Lewis/News' Hope You Love Me Like You Say You Do enters US chart-1982.
Duran Duran's Hungry Like the Wolf enters UK chart-1982.
Loverboy's When It's Over peaks Can top 20-1982.
Rick Springfield's Don't Talk to Strangers peaks Can top 5-1982.
The Human League's Don't You Want Me peaks Can #1-1982.
Vanessa Williams' Dreamin' peaks Can top 20-1989.
Colin James' Why'd You Lie peaks Can chart-1989.
Was Not Was' Walk the Dinosaur peaks Can top 5-1989.
Madonna's Like a Prayer peaks Can #1-1989.
Sting/Nancy Wilson receive honorary degrees Berklee College of Music-1994.
George Michael's Older CD released Can-1996.
Z Z Top Day declared by Governor George W. Bush of Texas-1997.
Alanis Morissette/Crash Test Dummies play Molson Centre Montreal QC-1999.
Bob Dylan/Isaac Stern awarded Polar Music Prize-2000.
June Carter Cash dies-2003.
Woody Herman (1913) (clarinet-bandleader-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-DECEASED)
Liberace (1919) (piano-solo-DECEASED)
Robert Fripp (1946) (guitar-King Crimson-solo)
Barbara Lee (1947) (vocals-Chiffons-DECEASED)
Krist Novoselic (1965) (bass-Nirvana)
Janet Jackson (1966) (vocals-solo)
Ralph Tresvant (1968) (vocals-New Edition-solo)
Django Reinhardt dies stroke-1953.
Ray Charles records Lonely Avenue/Leave My Woman Alone NYC-1956.
Hank Ballard's Finger Poppin' Time enters US chart-1960.
The Beau Marks' Clap Your Hands enters US chart-1960.
Gid Tanner dies-1962.
Billy Fury's When Will You Say I Love You enters US chart-1963.
Grammys held/Ray Charles' I Can't Stop Loving You named best r'n'b recording-1963.
The Hollies' Just One Look enters US chart 1st time-1964.
Lucille Starr's French Song enters US chart-1964.
Al Martino's Tears & Roses enters US chart-1964.
Mary Well's My Guy peaks US #1-1964.
The Rolling Stones/Chuck Berry tape Hollywood AgoGo/Stones play Long Beach Civic Auditorium/almost crushed in car by fans after show-1965.
Just Us' I Can't Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree peaks Can top 20-1966.
The Beach Boys' Sloop John B peaks Can #2-1966.
The Dave Clark 5's Try Too Hard peaks Can top 5-1966.
Bob Dylan releases Blonde on Blonde LP-1966.
The Yardbirds' Shapes of Things peaks Can top 10-1966.
The Shadows of Knight's Gloria peaks Can top 10-1966.
The Byrds' Eight Miles High peaks Can top 10-1966.
The Mamas/Papas' Monday Monday peaks Can #1-1966.
The Kinks' Till the End of the Day peaks Can top 40-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Big Apple Munich-1967.
Merle Haggard records Working Man Blues Hollywood-1969.
Pete Townshend spends night in jail for assaulting plainclothes officer off mistaken for fan-1969.
Steppenwolf's Hey Lawdy Mama peaks Can top 20-1970.
Elvis Presley's Wonder of You enters US chart-1970.
The Impressions' Check Out Your Mind enters US chart-1970.
John Phillips' Mississippi enters US chart-1970.
Kenny Rogers/1st Edition's Something's Burning peaks Can top 10-1970.
Lighthouse's Chant peaks Can top 40-1970.
Edward Bear's You Me & Mexico peaks Can top 5-1970.
Jack Blanchard/Misty Morgan's Tennessee Bird Walk peaks Can top 20-1970.
Tyrone Davis' Turn Back the Hands of Time peaks Can top 5- 1970.
The Friends of Distinction's Love or Let Me Be Lonely peaks Can #2-1970.
Patti Smith plays Roundhouse London-1976.
Anne Murray's Blessed Are the Believers peaks Can top 20-1981.
Billy Squier's Stroke enters US chart-1981.
James Taylor/J.D. Souther's Her Town Too peaks Can top 20-1981.
Air Supply's One That You Love enters US chart-1981.
Steely Dan's Time Out of Mind peaks Can top 40-1981.
The Oak Ridge Boys' Elvira enters US chart-1981.
Juice Newton's Angel of the Morning peaks Can #1-1981.
Michael Jackson's Beat It peaks Can #1-1983.
Elvis Costello/Cate Riordan (Pogues) wed-1986.
INXS' Devil Inside peaks Can top 5-1988.
Sammy Davis Jr dies throat cancer-1990.
Michael Bolton's Completely peaks Can top 10-1994.
Celine Dion's Misled peaks Can top 10-1994.
AFIM Hall of Fame inducts Chess Brothers/Junior Wells-1998.
Bob Dylan/Joni Mitchell/Van Morrison play Gorge George WA-1998.
Paul Brandt performs USO tour Bosnia-1999.
Prince announces return to own identiry-2000.
Malcolm Hale (1941) (guitar-trombone-vocals-Spanky & Our Gang) (DECEASED)
Taj Mahal (1942) (vocals-guitar-Rising Sons-solo)
Jesse Winchester (1944) (vocals-guitar-solo)
Keith (1949) (vocals-solo)
Bill Bruford (1949) (drums-Yes-King Crimson-Genesis-National Health-ABWH-UK-solo)
Robbie Rae (1952) (vocals w.Cherrill Rae-DECEASED)
Enya (1961) (vocals-solo)
Jordan Knight (1970) (vocals-NKOTB)
Nat King Cole's Nature Boy peaks US #1-1948.
Ray Charles records It Should've Been Me NYC-1953.
Guy Mitchell's Rockabilly peaks UK #1-1957.
Joan Baez plays 1st Monterey Folk Festival-1963.
Bob Dylan appears at Royal Festival Hall for 1st major UK appearance-1964.
Chubby Checker's Let's Do the Freddie peaks in Canada top 20-1965.
Andy Williams' Days of Wine & Roses peaks Can top 20-1965.
Unit 4+2's Concrete & Clay peaks Can #1-1965.
David Clayton-Thomas' Walk That Walk peaks Can top 5-1965.
Pat Hervey's He Belongs to Yesterday peaks Can top 20-1965.
Bob Dylan's Subterranean Homesick Blues peaks Can top 20-1965.
Freddie/Dreamers' You Were Made For Me peaks Can top 30-1965.
The Rolling Stones/Byrds play San Diego-1965.
Bob Dylan plays Free Trade Hall Manchester-1966.
The Beatles begin recording You Know My Name-1967.
Bob Dylan documentary Don't Look Back premieres SF-1967.
Jeff Beck's Hi Ho Silver Lining enters UK chart-1967.
B.B. King's Why I Sing the Blues enters US chart-1968.
Bob Dylan's I Threw It All Away enters US chart-1969.
Desmond Dekker's Israelites enters US chart-1969.
Jr. Walker/All Stars' What Does It Take enters US chart-1969.
Paul Revere/Raiders' Let Me enters US chart-1969.
Mike Oldfield releases Tubular Bells LP UK-1973.
Carpenters awarded gold Sing-1973.
Ray Stevens' Streak peaks US #1-1974.
Justin Hayward/John Lodge's I Dreamed Last Night enters US chart-1975.
David Bowie's Young Americans peaks Can top 40-1975.
10cc's I'm Not In Love enters US chart-1975.
Mike Post's Rockford Files enters US chart-1975.
Frankie Valli's Swearin' to God enters US chart-1975.
Windsor Davies/Don Estelle's Whispering Grass enters UK chart-1975.
Pure Prairie League's Amie peaks Can top 40-1975.
Gwen McCrae's Rockin' Chair enters US chart-1975.
BTO's Hey You enters US chart-1975.
April Wine's Cum Hear the Band peaks Can top 30-1975.
PIL appears American Bandstand-1980.
Bryan Adams' Hidin' From Love peaks Can chart-1980.
Mickey Gilley's Stand By Me enters US chart-1980.
Christopher Cross' Ride Like the Wind peaks Can top 5-1980.
The Spinners' Cupid/I've Loved You For a Long Time medley enters US chart-1980.
Joe Walsh's All Night Long enters US chart-1980.
Carole King's One Fine Day enters US chart-1980.
Rupert Holmes' Him peaks Can top 20-1980.
Peter Criss leaves Kiss-1980.
Kool/Gang's Too Hot peaks Can top 20-1980.
Journey's Anyway You Want It peaks Can chart-1980.
Glen Campbell/Rita Coolidge's Something 'Bout You Baby I Like enters US chart-1980.
David Bowie's Let's Dance peaks US #1-1983.
Simply Red's Holding Back the Years enters UK chart-1986.
Lawrence Welk dies pneumonia-1992.
Vanessa Williams/Brian McKnight's Love Is peaks Can top 10- 1993.
Sunscreem's Love U More peaks Can top 20-1993.
Johnny Guitar Watson dies on stage Japan-1996.
Garbage's Version 2.0 CD enters Can chart-1998.
Hanson's 3-Car Garage CD enters Can chart-1998.
Lenny Kravitz' 5 CD enters Can chart-1998.
Hayden's Closer I Get CD enters Can chart-1998.
Soul Asylum's Candy From a Stranger CD enters Can chart-1998.
Sum 41's All Killer No Filler CD enters Can chart-1998.
The Black Crowes' Lion CD enters Can chart-1998.
ASCAP Awards held/Diane Warren wins songwriter of year 5th time/How Do I Live named song of year-1999.
Alanis Morissette/Crash Test Dummies/Thrush Hermit play Harbour Station Saint John NB-1999.
Producer Bruce Fairbairn dies-1999.
Joe Turner (1911) (vocals-Blues HoF inductee-RnR HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Perry Como (1912) (vocals-DECEASED)
Charles Trenet (1913) (vocals-DECEASED
Rodney Dillard (1942) (guitar-vocals-Dillards)
Albert Hammond (19??) (vocals)
Rick Wakeman (1949) (keys-Strawbs-Yes-ABWH)
George Alexander (1946) (Flamin' Groovies)
George Strait (1952) (vocals)
Michael Cretu (1957) (producer-Enigma)
Les Brown's My Dreams are Getting Better All the Time peaks US #1-1945.
Perez Prado's Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White peaks US #1-1955.
The Coasters' Along Came Jones enters US chart-1959.
Frankie Avalon's Bobby Sox to Stockings/Boy Without a Girl enters US chart-1959.
Chubby Checker's Class enters US chart-1959.
Wilbert Harrison's Kansas City peaks US #1-1959.
Dion/Belmonts' Teenager in Love peaks US top 5-1959.
The Wailers' Tall Cool One enters US chart-1959.
Connie Francis' Lipstick On Your Collar/Frankie enters US chart-1959.
Preston Epps' Bongo Rock enters US chart-1959.
The Everly Brothers' Cathy's Clown peaks US #1-1960.
The Beatles begin 1st UK headlining tour Granada Slough w.Roy Orbison-1963.
Jackie DeShannon's Needles & Pins enters US chart-1963.
Chubby Checker's Birdland enters US chart-1963.
Bobby Vinton's Blue On Blue enters US chart-1963.
Ruby/Romantics' My Summer Love enters US chart-1963.
Jimmy Soul's If You Wanna Be Happy peaks US #1-1963.
Marvin Gaye's Pride and Joy enters US chart-1963.
Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick &Tich's Okay enters UK chart-1966.
Herb Alpert's This Guy's in Love With You enters US chart- 1968.
Tiny Tim's Tiptoe Thru' the Tulips With Me enters US chart- 1968.
Status Quo's Pictures of Matchstick Men enters US chart- 1968.
The Troggs' Love Is All Around peaks Can top 10-1966.
Simon & Garfunkel's Mrs. Robinson peaks Can #1-1968.
Johnny Rivers' Look to Your Soul peaks Can top 20-1968.
The Association's Time For Livin' enters US chart-1968.
Friend & Lover's Reach Out of the Darkness enters US chart-1968.
Aretha Franklin's Think enters US chart-1968.
The Beatles' Get Back peaks US #1-1969.
Bachman Turner Overdrive's Takin' Care of Business enters US chart-1974.
3 Dog Night's Show Must Go On peaks Can #2-1974.
The Spinners' I'm Coming Home enters US chart-1974.
Jimmy Buffett's Come Monday enters US chart-1974.
Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells peaks Can top 5-1974.
The Main Ingredient's Just Don't Want to Be Lonely peaks Can top 10-1974.
Blue Magic's Sideshow enters US charts-1974.
Leroy Anderson dies-1975.
The Buddy Holly Story film premieres Dallas TX-1978.
Gary Moore/Phil Lynott's Out in the Fields enters UK chart-1985.
Bronski Beat's Why peaks Can top 40-1985.
Duran Duran's View to a Kill enters UK chart-1985.
Marillion's Kayleigh enters UK chart-1985.
Crowded House's Don't Dream It's Over peaks Can #1-1987.
Aretha Franklin's I Knew You Were Waiting For Me peaks Can top 5-1987.
Club Nouveau's Lean on Me peaks Can #1-1987.
Rolling Stones begin Urban Jungle Euro tour Feyenoord Belgium-1990.
Big House's Baby Doll peaks Can top 20-1992.
Z Z Top's Viva Las Vegas peaks Can top 20-1992.
Eric Clapton's Tears in Heaven peaks Can #1-1992.
Bryan Adams opens Molson Amphitheatre Toronto-1995.
Dishwalla's Pet Your Friends CD enters US chart-1996.
Dave Matthews Band CD enters US chart-1996.
The Cranberries' To the Faithfull Departed CD enters US chart-1996.
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's Tha Crossroads peaks US #1-1996.
Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode) ODs cocaine/heroin speedball/survives-1996.
Jars of Clay's Flood enters US chart-1996.
ASCAP Awards held/Berry Gordy honoured as living legend-1998.
Elton John severs relationship with manager John Reid-1998.
Sloan's Navy Blue CD enters Can chart-1998.
The Dave Matthews Band's Before These Crowded Streets CD enters Can chart-1998.
Big Punisher's Capital Punishment CD enters Can chart-1998.
The Rankins' Uprooted CD enters Can chart-1998.
Public Enemy's He Got Game CD enters Can chart-1998.
The Tea Party's Release CD enters Can chart-1998.
Jerry Cantrell's Boggy Depot CD enters Can chart-1998.
Alanis Morissette/Crash Test Dummies/Joydrop play Metro Convention Centre Halifax NS-1999.
Augustus Pablo dies myasthenia gravis Kingston Jam-1999.
The Back Street Boys release Millennium CD-1999.
Elvin Jones dies-2004.
Henry Busse (1894) (trumpet-solo-Paul Whiteman-DECEASED)
Alma Cogan (1932) (vocals-DECEASED)
Eric Burdon (1941) (vocals-Animals-War-solo)
Jerry Hyman (19??) (trombone-BS&T)
Pete Townshend (1945) (vocals-guitar-Who-solo)
Trevor Veitch (1946) (vocals-guitar-3's a Crowd-film composer)
Tom Scott (1948) (sax-solo)
Joey Ramone (1951) (vocals-Ramones-DECEASED)
Grace Jones (1952) (vocals-solo)
Joe Fingers Carr's Portuguese Washerwoman enters US chart-1956.
Frank Sinatra's How Little We Know enters US chart-1956.
Bobby Darin's Splish Splash released-1958.
The Chordettes' Zorro enters US chart-1958.
Jan/Arnie's Jennie Lee enters US chart-1958.
Gino/Gina's Pretty Baby enters US chart-1958.
Jody Reynolds' Endless Sleep enters US chart-1958.
Emilio Pericoli's Al di La enters US chart-1962.
B. Bumble/Stingers' Bumble Boogie peaks UK #1-1962.
Joe Henderson's Snap Your Fingers enters US chart-1962.
Bobby Vee's Sharing You enters US chart-1962.
Mick Avory cuts Dave Davies' head with cymbal during fight on stage Cardiff during Kinks' show-1965.
The Beatles' Ticket to Ride peaks US #1-1965.
The Rolling Stones' Paint it Black enters UK chart-1966.
Lee Dorsey's Workin' In the Coal Mine peaks Can top 10-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Konserthallen Gothenburg Sweden-1967.
The Who's Pinball Wizard peaks Can top 10-1969.
Coleman Hawkins dies-1969.
The Vogues' Earth Angel peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Supremes' Composer peaks Can top 20-1969.
The Beatles' Get Back/Don't Let Me Down peaks Can #1-1969.
Perry Como's Seattle peaks Can top 40-1969.
Frank Sinatra's My Way peaks Can top 30-1969.
Simon & Garfunkel's The Boxer peaks Can top 5-1969.
Coleman Hawkins dies pneumonia-1969.
George Harrison's Give Me Love enters US chart-1973.
10cc's Rubber Bullets enters UK chart-1973.
Skylark's Wildflower peaks Can top 10-1973.
Flying Circus' Old Enough to Break My Heart peaks Can top 20-1973.
3 Dog Night's Shambala enters US chart-1973.
Pink Floyd's Money enters US chart-1973.
Dobie Gray's Drift Away peaks Can top 10-1973.
The Stylistics' You'll Never Get to Heaven enters US chart-1973.
Paul Simon's Kodachrome enters US chart-1973.
Suzi Quatro's Can the Can enters UK chart-1973.
Lou Reed's Walk On the Wild Side peaks Can top 20-1973.
War's Cisco Kid peaks Can #1-1973.
The Sex Pistols begin northern UK tour Northallerton Yorks-1976.
The Village People's In the Navy peaks Can #1-1979.
John Stewart's Gold enters US chart-1979.
Blondie's Sunday Girl enters UK chart-1979.
Robert John's Sad Eyes enters US chart-1979.
Eric Clapton/Patti Boyd wed//George Harrison/Mick Jagger/Paul McCartney/Clapton in wedding band-1979.
Sister Sledge's He's the Greatest Dancer peaks Can top 10-1979.
ELO's Shine a Little Love enters US chart-1979.
George Harrison's Blow Away peaks Can top 10-1979.
Ultravox' Dancing With Tears in My Eyes enters UK chart-1984.
INXS' What You Need peaks Can top 30-1986.
The Rolling Stones' Harlem Shuffle peaks Can #2-1986.
Madonna's Vogue peaks US #1-1990.
Depeche Mode begin tour Lille FRA-1993.
Bob Dylan/Joni Mitchell/Van Morrison play Arena San Jose CA-1998.
Freddie Garrity dies emphysema-2006.
Emile Berliner (1851) (recording pioneer-DECEASED)
Jimmy Stewart (1908) (theatrical-DECEASED)
Vic Ames (1926) (vocals-Ames Brothers-Vocal Group HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Shorty Long (1940) (vocals-DECEASED)
Jill Jackson (1942) (vocals-Paul & Paula)
Joe Cocker (1944) (vocals-DECEASED)
Cher (1946) (vocals-w.Sonny-w.Gregg Allman)
Little Jimmie Henderson (1954) (guitar-Black Oak Arkansas)
Steve George (1955) (Mr. Mister)
Jane Weidlin (1958) (vocals-guitar-GoGos)
Susan Cowsill (1960) (vocals-Cowsills-Continental Drifters)
Nick Heyward (1961) (vocals-Haircut 100)
Harry James records You Made Me Love You NYC-1941.
Glenn Miller records Kalamazoo-1942.
The Inkspots' Gypsy peaks US #1-1946.
The Everly Brothers' Bye Bye Love enters US chart-1957.
Rusty Draper's Freight Train enters US chart-1957.
Tony Bennett's One for My Baby enters US chart-1957.
Perry Como's Girl With the Golden Braids enters US chart-1957.
The Rolling Stones debut Satisfaction on Shindig TV show-1965.
Victor Young's Around the World in 80 Days enters US chart-1957.
Andy Williams' I Like Your Kind of Love enters US chart-1957.
Tommy Sands' Goin' Steady enters US chart-1957.
Marvin Rainwater's Gonna Find Me a Bluebird enters US chart-1957.
Patti Page's Old Cape Cod/Wondering enters US chart-1957.
Sal Mineo's Start Movin' enters US chart-1957.
The Silver Beatles begin tour Scotland with Johnny Gentle-1960.
Spanky/Our Gang's Sunday Will Never Be the Same enters US chart-1967.
The Yellow Balloon's Yellow Balloon peaks Can top 20-1967.
The Who's Happy Jack peaks Can #1-1967.
The Hollies' On a Carousel peaks Can top 10-1967.
Frankie Valli's Can't Take My Eyes Off You enters US chart-1967.
The Supremes' Happening peaks Can #2-1967.
Jimi Hendrix plays Karlstad Sweden-1967.
The 4 Tops' 7 Rooms of Gloom enters US chart-1967.
The Barkays' Soul Finger enters US chart-1967.
Bob Dylan's Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat enters US chart-1967.
The Buckinghams' Don't You Care peaks Can top 5-1967.
Harpers Bizarre's Come to the Sunshine enters US chart-1967.
Ray Charles' Here We Go Again enters US chart-1967.
The Byrds' My Back Pages peaks in Canadian top 20-1967.
The Beatles' Let it Be film premieres London UK-1970.
Ringo Starr's Back Off Boogaloo peaks Can #2-1972.
T Rex's Metal Guru peaks UK #1-1972.
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards' Amazing Grace enters US chart-1972.
Roberta Flack's The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face peaks Can #1-1972.
Don McLean's Vincent peaks Can top 5-1972.
John Lennon's Woman Is the Nigger of the World enters US chart-1972.
Malo's Suavecity peaks Can top 20-1972.
Godspell's Day By Day enters US chart-1972.
The Guess Who's Guns Guns Guns enters US chart-1972.
America's I Need You enters US chart-1972.
J.J. Cale's After Midnight enters US chart-1972.
Badfinger's Baby Blue peaks Can top 10-1972.
Frank Zappa plays 2 nights World Armadillo HQ Austin TX-1975.
Beatlemania opens Winter Garden Theater NYC-1977.
John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John's You're the One That I Want enters UK chart-1978.
Doucette's Mama Let Him Play peaks Can chart-1978.
Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway's Closer I Get to You peaks Can #1/Flack's If Ever I See You Again enters US chart-1978.
Wings' With a Little Luck peaks US #1-1978.
The Buddy Holly Story premieres Lubbock TX-1978.
Elton John plays Leninigrad USSR-1979.
Animotion's Obsession peaks Can top 10-1985.
Chicago's Along Comes a Woman peaks Can top 20-1985.
Glass Tiger's Animal Heart peaks Can top 5-1991.
Mariah Carey's I Don't Wanna Cry peaks Can top 10- 1991.
Celine Dion's Last to Know peaks Can top 20-1991.
George Michael's Fast Love enters Can chart-1996.
54/40's Trusted By Millions CD enters Can chart-1996.
The Dave Matthews Band's Crash CD enters Can chart-1996.
The Cranberries' To the Faithful Departed CD enters Can chart-1996.
Collective Soul's Where the River Flows enters Can chart-1996.
Amanda Marshall's Fall from Grace enters Can chart-1996.
Tammy Wynette autopsy shows cause of death heart failure-1999.
Tex Beneke dies-2000.
Tool's Lateralus CD enters Can chart #1-2001.
Weezer's Weezer CD enters Can chart-2001.
Depeche Mode's Exciter CD enteres Can chart-2001.
R.E.M.'s Reveal CD enters Can chart-2001.
Missy Elliott's So Addictive CD enters Can chart-2001.
Megadeath's World Needs a Hero CD enters Can chart-2001.
Geri Halliwell's Scream If You Wanna Go Faster CD enters Can chart-2001.
The GoGos' God Bless... CD enters Can chart-2001.
Buddy Guy's Sweet Tea CD enters Can chart-2001.
Fats Waller (1904) (vocals-keys-Songwriters HoF inductee-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-DECEASED)
Ronald Isley (1941) (vocals-Isley Brothers)
Vincent Crane (1943) (keys-Arthur Brown-Atomic Rooster- DECEASED)
Hilton Valentine (1943) (guitar-Animals)
Marcie Blane (1944) (vocals)
Leo Sayer (1948) (vocals)
Paul Hyde (1955) (vocals-guitar-Payolas-Rock & Hyde)
Will Bradley records Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar-1940.
The Sunnysiders' Hey Mr. Banjo enters US chart-1955.
Dinah Shore's Whatever Lola Wants enters US chart-1955.
Chuck Berry records Maybelline/30 Days/You Can't Catch Me/Wee Wee Hours 1st recording session Chess Chicago-1955.
Nat King Cole's If I May enters US chart-1955.
Gypsy opens Broadway NYC-1959.
Stevie Wonder records 12-Year Old Genius LP live Detroit MI-1963.
The Hollies' Here I Go Again enters UK chart-1964.
The Supremes appear cover Time magazine-1965.
The Who's Anyway Anyhow Anywhere released/appear Ready Steady Go-1965.
The Rolling Stones play San Jose-1965.
The Animals' Don't Bring Me Down enters US chart-1966.
Neil Diamond's Solitary Man becomes 1st US charter-1966.
Dusty Springfield's You Don't Have to Say You Love Me enters US chart-1966.
The Cyrkle's Red Rubber Ball enters US chart-1966.
The Leaves' Hey Joe enters US chart-1966.
The Kinks' Dedicated Follower of Fashion enters US chart- 1966.
The 4 Seasons' Opus 17 enters US charts-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Copenhagen Denmark-1967.
Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones arrested for marijuana possession and fined 2000 pounds-1968.
Pete Townshend marries Karen Astley-1968.
The Beatles hire Allen Klein as new manager-1969.
CSNY record Ohio LA-1970.
Paul/Linda McCartney release Ram LP-1971.
Sylvia awarded gold Pillow Talk-1973.
Edgar Winter's Frankenstein peaks US #1-1973.
Vaughn Monroe dies-1973.
Elton John awarded gold Capt. Fantastic & the Brown Dirt Cowboy LP-1975.
The Sex Pistols/Doctors of Madness play Crypt Town Hall Middlesborough UK-1976.
Jackson Browne's Pretender enters US chart-1977.
William Bell's Tryin' to Love Two peaks Can top 20-1977.
Barbra Streisand's My Heart Belongs to Me enters US chart- 1977.
Boz Scaggs' Lido Shuffle peaks Can top 5-1977.
Leo Sayer's When I Need You peaks Can #1-1977.
Rose Royce's I Wanna Get Next to You peaks Can top 20-1977.
Q's Dancing Man peaks Can top 20-1977.
Marilyn McCoo/Billy Davis Jr's Your Love peaks Can top 20- 1977.
Patsy Gallant's Are You Ready For Love peaks Can top 20- 1977.
Stevie Wonder's Sir Duke peaks US #1-1977.
Climax Blues Band's Couldn't Get it Right peaks US top 5-1977.
Elton John begins Soviet tour Leningrad USSR-1979.
Joe Strummer arrested for assaulting fan with guitar Clash gig Hamburg GER-1980.
Bob Marley's state funeral held St. Ann's JAM-1981.
David Bowie's Let's Dance peaks US #1-1983.
The Pointer Sisters' Automatic peaks Can top 20-1984.
Marvin Gaye's Dream of a Lifetime LP released posthumously-1985.
Madonna's Vogue peaks Can #1-1990.
Composer Nicholas Dante (A Chorus Line) dies AIDS-1991.
Bette Midler last guest Johnny Carson's Tonight Show-1992.
10000 Maniacs perform for contest winner middle school Eugene OR-1993.
Trisha Yearwood/Robert Reynolds (Mavericks) wed-1994.
All 4 One's I swear peaks US #1-1994.
Hootie & the Blowfish's Cracked Rear View LP peaks US#1-1995.
Bob Dylan/Joni Mitchell/Van Morrison play 3 nights Pauley Pavilion LA-1998.
Tommy Eyre (keys-producer-arranger) dies cancer-2001.
Richard Wagner (1813) (composer-DECEASED)
Eddie Edwards (1891) (Original Dixieland Jazz Band-Grammy Hall of Fame Recordings inductee-DECEASED)
Ralph Peer (1892) (producer-DECEASED)
Sun Ra (1914) (bandleader-DECEASED)
Charles Aznavour (1924) (vocals)
Kenny Ball (1930) (trumpet-DECEASED)
Peter Nero (1934) (keys)
Al Brown (1934) (vocals-Tunetoppers-DECEASED)
Ian Underwood (1939) (keys-winds-Mothers)
Bernie Taupin (1950) (vocals-lyricist-Songwriters HoF inductee)
Bobby Lalonde (1958) (fiddle-Scruggs Revue)
Morrissey (1959) (vocals-Smiths)
Johnny Gill (1966) vocals-New Edition)
Eddie Fisher's I'm Walking Behind You enters UK chart-1953.
Frank Chacksfield's Limelight enters UK chart-1953.
Bob Dylan celebrates bar mitzvah-1954.
Fats Domino banned from New Haven CT following riot at show-1955.
Jerry Lee Lewis arrives UK for 1st tour/scandal erupts over child bride-1958.
Patsy Cline's I Fall to Pieces enters US chart-1962.
Gary US Bonds' Quarter to 3 enters US chart-1961.
Ernie K-Doe's Mother in Law peaks US #1-1961.
The Belmonts' Tell Me Why enters US chart-1961.
The Cleftones' Heart and Soul enters US chart-1961.
Them's Gloria enters US chart-1965.
Ian Whitcomb's You Turn Me On enters US chart-1965.
The Beatles' Ticket to Ride peaks US #1-1965.
Jan/Dean's You Really Know How to Hurt a Guy enters US chart-1965.
Marvin Gaye's I'll Be Doggone peaks US R&B #1-1965.
Jackie DeShannon's What the World Needs Now enters US chart-1965.
The Rolling Stones play Fresno afternoon/Sacramento evening-1965.
Bruce Springsteen's 1st recording session with Castiles-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Helsinki Finland-1967.
Rolling Stone Brian Jones arrested 2nd time drug possession-1968.
The Guess Who's American Woman certified gold-1970.
Free Movement's I've Found Someone Of My Own enters US chart-1971.
Bobby Sherman's Drum peaks Can top 10-1971.
Matthews' Southern Comfort's Woodstock peaks Can top 5-1971.
Hamilton Joe Frank/Reynolds' Don't Pull Your Love enters US chart-1971.
John Kongos' He's Gonna Step On You Again enters UK chart- 1971.
The Doors' Love her Madly peaks Can top 5-1971.
Crowbar's Oh What a Feeling peaks Can top 10-1971.
Joe Cocker's High Time We Went/Black Eyed Blues enters US chart-1971.
Chase's Get it On enters US chart-1971.
The Chi-Lites' Give More Power to the People peaks Can chart-1971.
The Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers LP peaks US #1-1971.
Delaney/Bonnie's Never Ending Song of Love enters US chart- 1971.
The Chi-Lites' Oh Girl peaks US #1-1972.
The Stylistics awarded gold You Make Me Feel Brand New-1974.
Bruce Springsteen plays Cambridge MS/Jon Landau writes future of rock review-1974.
Freddy Fender awarded gold Before the Next Teardrop Falls-1975.
Kiss' Shout It Out Loud peaks Can #1-1976.
Fleetwood Mac's Rhiannon peaks Can top 5-1976.
Wings' Silly Love Songs peaks US #1/play Landover MD-1976.
Elvin Bishop's Fooled Around and Fell in Love peaks US top 5-1976.
Queen's You're My Best Friend enters US chart-1976.
David Bowie's TVC15 enters US chart-1977.
Cheap Trick's Live at Budokan certified gold-1979.
Paul McCartney/Stevie Wonder's Ebony & Ivory peaks Can #1-1982.
Vangelis' Chariots of Fire peaks Can top 5-1982.
Paul Davis' Cool Night peaks Can top 20-1982.
Bryan Adams' Fits Ya Good peaks Can top 30-1982.
Adam Ant's Goody 2 Shoes enters UK chart-1982.
Van Halen's Dancing in the Street enters US chart-1982.
Madness' House of Fun enters UK chart-1982.
Journey's Still They Ride enters US chart-1982.
Melissa Manchester's You Should Hear How She Talks About You enters US chart-1982.
The Gap Band's Early in the Morning enters US chart-1982.
Wham's Everything She Wants peaks US #1-1985.
Karyn White's Superwoman peaks Can top 10-1989.
Samantha Fox' I Only Wanna Be With You peaks Can top 20- 1989.
Sass Jordan's Double Trouble peaks Can chart-1989.
Milli Vanilli's Girl You Know It's True peaks Can #1-1989.
The Cowboy Junkies' Sweet Jane peaks Can chart-1989.
Bett Midler performs last Tonight Show with Johnny Carson-1992.
Ringo Starr's Time Takes Time LP released-1992.
Guns'n'Roses begin Euro tour Tel Aviv ISR-1993.
Garth Brooks named best selling country artist all time-1996.
Fleetwood Mac reunite for concert and TV show-1997.
Royce Kendall dies-1998.
Bjork plays Riverside Church Harlem NYC NY-2001.
Terry Carisse dies-2005.
Artie Shaw (1910) (clarinet-bandleader-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-DECEASED)
Humphrey Lyttleton (1921-orchestra leader-DECEASED)
Rosemary Clooney (1928) (vocals-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-DECEASED)
Robert A. Moog (1934) (inventor-synthesist-DECEASED)
Bob Dylan (1941) (vocals-guitar-keys-harmonica)
Donna Warner (1946) (vocals-3's a Crowd)
Doris Day/Les Brown's Sentimental Journey peaks US #1-1945.
Paul Anka's My Home Town enters US chart-1960.
Brook Benton/Dinah Washington's Rockin' Good Way enters US chart-1960.
The Fendermen's Mule Skinner Blues enters US chart-1960.
Tommy Edwards' I Really Don't Want to Know enters US chart-1960.
The Everly Brothers' Cathy's Clown peaks US #1-1960.
Jimmy Jones' Good Timin' peaks US top 5-1960.
Duane Eddy's Because They're Young enters US chart-1960.
Bobby Darin's Bill Bailey enters US chart-1960.
Hank Locklin's Please Help Me I'm Falling enters US chart-1960.
Eddy Howard dies-1963.
Bobby Vinton's Tell Me Why enters US chart-1964.
Millie Small's My Boy Lollipop enters US chart-1964.
The Beach Boys' I Get Around enters US chart-1964.
Gerry/Pacemakers' Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying enters US chart-1964.
Chuck Berry's No Particular Place to Go enters US chart-1964.
Chad/Jeremy's Yesterday's Gone enters US chart-1964.
The Beach Boys' Help Me Rhonda peaks US #1-1965.
Nancy Sinatra's How Does That Grab Ya Darlin' peaks Can #2-1966.
Ray Charles' Together Again peaks Can top 20-1966.
Dionne Warwick's Message to Michael peaks Can top 10-1966.
Bob Dylan's Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 peaks Can top 5-1966.
The Beatles release Paperback Writer/Rain US-1966.
Jimi Hendrix plays Malmo Sweden-1967.
3 Dog Night's Mama Told Me enters US chart-1970.
The Temptations' Ball of Confusion enters US chart-1970.
Marmalade's Reflections of My Life peaks Can top 10-1970.
Sly/Family Stone's I Want to Take You Higher enters US chart 2nd time-1970.
The Ides of March's Vehicle peaks Can top 5-1970.
Johnny Cash's What Is Truth peaks Can top 10-1970.
Simon/Garfunkel's Cecilia peaks Can #2-1970.
The Pipkins's Gimme Dat Ding enters US chart-1970.
Van Morrison's Come Running peaks Can top 30-1970.
Aretha Franklin's Spirit in the Dark enters US chart-1970.
The Flaming Ember's Westbound #9 enters US chart-1970.
Mungo Jerry's In the Summertime peaks UK #1-1970.
The Beatles' Long and Winding Road/For You Blue enters US chart-1970.
The Grateful Dead play European debut Hollywood Rock Festival UK-1970.
Delaney/Bonnie's Free the People enters US chart-1970.
The George Baker Selection's Little Green Bag peaks Can chart-1970.
Eric Burdon/War's Spill the Wine enters US chart-1970.
Ginger Baker's Air Force's Man of Constant Sorrow enters US chart-1970.
Iron Butterfly disband-1971.
Kiss play 1st show Daisy NYC-1973.
The Independents awarded gold Leaving Me-1973.
Clive Davis fired from Columbia Records and moved on to found Arista-1973.
Z Z Top awarded gold Tres Hombres LP-1974.
Moms Mabley dies-1975.
B. J. Thomas awarded gold Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song-1975.
Bruce Springsteen begins 1st arena tour Buffalo NY-1978.
Greg Kihn's Breakup Song enters US chart-1978.
Tom Petty files for bankruptcy-1979.
Max Webster's Paradise Skies peaks Can chart-1980.
Christopher Cross' Say You'll Be Mine peaks Can top 40-1981.
Michael Jackson's 1 Day In Your Life enters UK chart-1981.
Marty Balin's Hearts enters US chart-1981.
The Who's You Better You Bet peaks Can top 5-1981.
The Manhattan Transfer's Boy From NYC enters US chart-1981.
George Harrison's All Those Years Ago enters US chart-1981.
Kim Mitchell's In Your Arms peaks Can chart-1987.
Henry Lee Summer's I Wish I Had a Girl peaks Can top 20- 1988.
Salt'n'Pepa's Push It peaks Can #2-1988.
Xscape's Understanding peaks Can top 10-1994.
Juliet Roberts' I Want You peaks Can top 20-1994.
Bob Dylan/Joni Mitchell/Van Morrison play Arrowhead Pond Anaheim-1998.
Hanson sells out Pine Knob Detroit in 20 minutes-1998.
Moby's 18 CD enters Can chart #1-2002.
Weezer's Maladroit CD enters Can chart-2002.
Rush's Vapor Trails CD enters Can chart-2002.
P. Diddy/Bad Boy Family's We Invented the Remix CD enters Can chart-2002.
Van Morrison's Down the Road CD enters Can chart-2002.
Tommy Chong (1938) (vocals-bass-Bobby Taylor/Vancouvers/w.Cheech)
Bob Dylan (1941) (vocals-guitar-keys-Traveling Wilburys-Oscar honouree-Grammy honouree-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Kennedy Center honouree-Pulitzer Prize honouree-RnR HoF inductee-Songwriters HoF inductee-US Nat'l Medal of Arts honouree)
Charles Earland (1941) (keys-sax-DECEASED)
Derek Quinn (1942) (guitar-Freddie/Dreamers)
Patti Labelle (1944) (vocals-Bluebells-Labelle)
Steve Upton (1946) (drums-Wishbone Ash)
Albert Bouchard (1947) drums-vocals-Blue Oyster Cult)
Rosanne Cash (1955) (vocals)
Heavy D (1947) (vocals-The Boyz-DECEASED)
Rich Robinson (1969) (guitar-Black Crowes)
Tommy Page (1970) (vocals)
Jimmie Rodgers makes last recordings-1933.
The Coasters' Yakety Yak enters US chart-1958.
The Coasters' Along Came Jones enters US chart-1959.
Mitch Miller's Singalong Gang debuts TV special-1960.
Elmore James dies heart attack-1963.
The Beatles' Ticket to Ride peaks Can #1-1965.
Gerry/Pacemakers' It's Gonna Be Alright peaks Can top 20-1965.
Tom Jones' It's Not Unusual peaks Can #2-1965.
The Searchers' Goodbye My Love Goodbye peaks Can top 20-1965.
Jack London's Our Love Has Passed peaks Can top 10-1965.
Gary Lewis' Count Me In peaks Can top 5-1965.
The Allen Sisters' Remember the Face peaks Can top 20-1965.
Jimi Hendrix plays Stockholm Sweden-1967.
Mick Jagger/Marianne Faithfull charged possession marijuana/Rolling Stones release Jumpin' Jack Flash UK-1968.
Andy Kim's Baby I Love You enters US chart-1968.
The Dells' I Can Sing a Rainbow/Love is Blue medley enters US chart-1969.
Tom Jones' Love Me Tonight enters US chart-1969.
The Winstons' Color Him Father enters US chart-1969.
The Temptations' Don't Let the Joneses Get You Down enters US chart-1969.
Oliver's Good Morning Starshine enters US chart-1969.
Herbie Mann's Memphis Underground enters US chart-1969.
Duke Ellington dies lung cancer-1974.
The Ozark Mountain Daredevils' Jackie Blue peaks Can #2/US top 5-1975.
EW&F's Shining Star peaks US #1-1975.
Carpenters' Only Yesterday peaks US top 5-1975.
The Blackbyrds' Walking in Rhythm peaks Can top 20-1975.
John Denver's Thank God I'm a Country Boy peaks Can #1-1975.
ELP begin NA tour w.symphony orchestra-1977.
Van Halen's debut album certified gold-1978.
Journey's Walks Like a Lady enters US chart-1980.
The Spinners' Working My Way Back to You/Forgive Me Girl medley peaks Can top 5-1980.
The Specials' Rat Race/Rude Buoys Outta Jail enters UK chart-1980.
The Korgis' Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime enters UK chart-1980.
ELO's I'm Alive enters US chart-1980.
Billy Joel's It's Still Rock'n'Roll to Me enters US chart-1980.
Olivia Newton-John's Magic enters US chart-1980.
Genesis' Misunderstanding enters US chart-1980.
The B-52s' Rock Lobster peaks Can #1-1980.
J. Geils' Come Back peaks Can top 20-1980.
Deniece Williams' Let's Hear It For the Boy peaks US #1-1984.
Bryan Adams/Bon Jovi do surprise club show Vancouver BC-1988.
Gene Clark (Byrds) dies heart attack-1991.
2 Unlimited's No Limit peaks Can #1-1993.
Midnight Oil's Truganini peaks Can top 40-1993.
King Ganam dies-1994.
The Tragically Hip release Live Between US CD-1997.
DMX' CD It's Dark and Hell is Hot enters Can chart-1998.
Terri Clark's How I Feel CD enters Can chart-1998.
Semisonic's Feeling Strangely Fine CD enters Can chart-1998.
Robbie Robertson receives lifetime achievement award 1st Native American Music Awards Mahantucket CT-1998.
Van Halen Day declared Philadelphia PA-1998.
Weezer's self titled CD enters Can chart-2001.
REM's Reveal CD enters Can chart-2001.
Missy Elliott's So Addictive CD enters Can chart-2001.
Megadeath's The World Needs a Hero CD enters Can chart-2001.
Geri Halliwell's Scream If You Wanna Go Faster CD enters Can chart-2001.
The GoGos' God Bless… CD enters Can chart-2001.
Depeche Mode's Exciter CD enters Can chart-2001.
Tool's Lateralis CD enters Can chart-2001.
Jimmy McGriff dies-2008.
Pop Stoneman (1893) (vocals-family band leader-Country Music HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Kitty Kallen (1922) (vocals)
Tom T. Hall (1936) (vocals-guitar)
Brian Davison (1942) (drums-Nice-Refugee-DECEASED)
Poli Palmer (1943) (vibes-flute-keys-drums-Blossom Toes-Family)
Klaus Meine (1948) (vocals-Scorpions)
John Grimaldi (1955) (guitar-vocals-Argent-DECEASED)
Buddy Holly/Crickets record It's So Easy Clovis NM-1958.
Dinah Washington's What a Diff'rence a Day Makes enters US chart-1959.
The Mystics' Hushabye enters US chart-1959.
Stonewall Jackson's Waterloo enters US chart-1959.
Elvis Presley's Surrender enters UK chart-1961.
Paul Anka's Steel Guitar & a Glass of Wine enters US chart-1962.
The Isley Brothers release Twist and Shout-1962.
Marianne Faithfull announces marriage to John Dunbar/fires manager Andrew Oldham -1965.
Sonny Boy Williamson II (Rice Miller) dies heart attack Helena AR-1965.
The Kinks cancel UK tour following onstage dispute between Dave Davies/Mick Avory-1965.
The Byrds record 5D-1966.
Engelbert Humperdinck's There Goes My Everything enters UK chart-1967.
The Jeff Beck Group complete recording 1st LP-1967.
The Beatles record It's All Too Much Abbey Road London UK-1967.
Procol Harum's Whiter Shade of Pale enters UK chart-1967.
Julie Driscoll/Brian Auger Trinity's This Wheel's on Fire enters UK chart-1968.
The Sweet Inspirations' Sweet Inspiration peaks Can top 20-1968.
Cliff Nobles' The Horse enters US chart-1968.
Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues enters US chart-1968.
The New Colony 6's I Will Always Think About You peaks Can top 20-1968.
Hugo Montenegro's Good the Bad and the Ugly peaks Can top 5-1968.
Willie Mitchell's Soul Serenade peaks Can top 30-1968.
The Rolling Stones release Jumpin' Jack Flash-1968.
James Brown's Licking Stick Licking Stick enters US chart-1968.
Carole King concert Central Park NYC attracts 100000-1973.
BTO's Let it Ride peaks Can top 5-1974.
Ray Stevens' Streak enters UK chart-1974.
The Righteous Brothers' Rock'n'Roll Heaven enters US chart-1974.
Wet Willie's Keep On Smilin' enters US chart-1974.
Wednesday's Teen Angel peaks Can top 20-1974.
Gladys Knight/Pips' On and On enters US chart-1974.
The Jackson 5's Dancing Machine peaks Can #2-1974.
The Hues Corporation's Rock the Boat enters US chart-1974.
Marvin Hamlisch's Entertainer peaks Can #1-1974.
Duke Ellington dies-1974.
Freddy Fender's Before the Next Teardrop Falls peaks US #1-1975.
Roy Brown dies-1981.
Irene Cara's Flashdance…What a Feeling peaks US #1-1983.
World Party's Ship of Fools peaks Can chart-1987.
Kris Kross' Jump peaks Can #1-1992.
Metallica's Nothing Else Matters peaks Can top 10-1992.
Earliest known Rolling Stones recording auctioned Christie's London- 1995.
The Fugees' Score CD peaks US #1-1996.
Bryan Adams' Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You enters US chart-1996.
Bradley Nowell of Sublime dies OD-1996.
The Tragically Hip's Live Between US CD enters Can chart #1-1997.
The Foo Fighters' Colour and the Shape CD enters Can chart-1997.
Great Big Sea's Play CD enters Can chart-1997.
Michael Jackson's Blood On the Dancefloor CD enters Can chart-1997.
Meredith Brooks' Blurring the Edges CD enters Can chart-1997.
Sammy Hagar's Marching to Mars CD enters Can chart-1997.
John Fogerty's Blue Moon Swamp CD enters Can chart-1997.
George Strait wins 6 Country Weekly Awards for Favourite Entertainer/Male/Video Entertainer/Album/Song/Line Dance Song-1999.
Paul McCartney wins 1st fellowship award Brit Academy of Composers & Songwriters-2000.
Wilson Pickett wins 3 WC Handy Awards-2000.
Domenic Troiano dies-2005.
Desmond Dekker dies heart attack-2006.
Mamie Smith (1883) (vocals-DECEASED)
Al Jolson (1886) (vocals-American Theater HoF inductee-DECEASED)
George Formby (1904) (vocals-ukulele-DECEASED)
Peggy Lee (1920) (vocals-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Grammy winner-Songwriters HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Ziggy Elman (1926) (trumpet-Benny Goodman-Tommy Dorsey-DECEASED)
Miles Davis (1926) (trumpet-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Grammy winner-R&R HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Jaki Liebezeit (1938) (drums-Can)
Levon Helm (1940) (vocals-drums-mandolin-Hawks-Bob Dylan-The Band-DECEASED)
Ray Ennis (1940) (vocals-guitar-Swinging Blue Jeans)
Verden Allen (1944) (keys-Mott the Hoople)
Stevie Nicks (1948) (vocals-Fleetwood Mac-w.Buckingham)
Hank Williams Jr. (1949) (vocals)
Lenny Kravitz (1964) (vocals-guitar)
Alan White (1972) (drums-Oasis)
Frankie Laine/partner set all-time marathon dancing record 145 days-1932.
Jimmie Rodgers dies TB-1933.
Lionel Hampton records Flying Home-1937.
Liberace plays MSG NYC NY-1954.
Elvis Presley's I Want You I Need You I Love You/My Baby Left Me enters US chart-1956.
Clyde McPhatter's Treasure of Love enters US chart-1956.
Buddy Holly's Rave On enters US chart-1958.
Toni Arden's Padre enters US chart-1958.
Eydie Gorme's You Need Hands enters US chart-1958.
Johnny Horton's Battle of New Orleans peaks US #1-1959.
Lonnie Donegan's I Wanna Go Home enters UK chart-1960.
Joanie Sommers' Johnny Get Angry enters US chart-1962.
Toni Fisher's West of the Wall enters US chart-1962.
Acker Bilk's Stranger On the Shore peaks US #1-1962.
Walter Brennan's Old Rivers peaks US top 5-1962.
Sam Cooke's Having a Party/Bring it On Home to Me enters US chart-1962.
The Champs' Limbo Rock enters US chart-1962.
Claude King's Wolverton Mountain enters US chart-1962.
John Lee Hooker's Boom Boom enters US chart-1962.
The Isley Brothers release Twist & Shout-1962.
Elvis Presley records Devil in Disguise Nashville TN-1963.
The Beatles headline Empire Liverpool-1963.
The Rolling Stones/Howling Wolf appear Shindig-1965.
Bob Dylan plays 2 nights Albert Hall London UK-1966.
The Beatles record Yellow Submarine Abbey Road London UK-1966.
The Beatles release Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band LP UK-1967.
Little Willie John dies pneumonia jail-1968.
Bill Deal/Rhondels' I've Been Hurt peaks Can top 20-1969.
Ray Stevens' Gitarzan peaks Can top 10-1969.
Tommy Roe's Heather Honey peaks Can top 20-1969.
Glen Campbell's Where's the Playground Suzie peaks Can top 10-1969.
Mercy's Love Can Make You Happy peaks Can #2-1969.
Mary Hopkin's Goodbye peaks Can top 20-1969.
John Lennon/Yoko Ono begin bed-in for peace in Montreal/release Unfinished Music/Life With the Lions LP US-1969.
Ray Stevens' Everything Is Beautiful peaks US #1-1970.
Charley Pride releases Kiss an Angel Good Morning UK-1972.
Mott the Hoople record All the Young Dudes-1972.
Great Western Express Festival w.Faces/Joe Cocker/Humble Pie/Slade/Ry Cooder/Don McLean/Groundhogs/Monty Python Lincoln UK-1972.
Peters/Lee's Welcome Home enters UK chart-1973.
Anne Murray's What About Me enters US chart-1973.
Sweet's Little Willy peaks Can #1-1973.
Deep Purple's Smoke On the Water enters US chart-1973.
Stealers Wheel's Stuck in the Middle With You peaks Can #2-1973.
Edgar Winter Group's Frankenstein peaks US #1-1973.
Carly Simon's Right Thing to Do peaks Can top 20-1973.
David Cassidy plays London UK/girl dies in crush at concert-1974.
Bill Powell of O'Jays dies-1977.
Instant Funk's I Got My Mind Made Up peaks Can top 20-1979.
Maxine Nightingale's Lead Me On enters US chart-1979.
Anne Murray's Shadows in the Moonlight enters US chart-1979.
Cher's Take Me Home peaks Can top 10-1979.
Peaches & Herb's Reunited peaks Can #1-1979.
Kiss' I Was Made For Lovin' You enters US chart-1979.
Peter Frampton's I Can't Stand It No More enters US chart-1979.
Gerry Rafferty's Night Owl enters UK chart-1979.
Donna Summer's Bad Girls enters US chart-1979.
Atlanta Rhythm Section's Do It Or Die enters US chart-1979.
Boomtown Rats play I Don't Like Mondays 1st time Loch Lomond Festival SCO-1979.
The Bellamy Brothers' If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me enters US chart-1979.
Lipps Inc's Funkytown peaks US #1-1980.
The Rolling Stones begin Euro tour with 3 club shows Scotland/1 England-1982.
Wham's Wake Me Up Before You Go Go enters UK chart-1984.
The Pukka Orchestra's Listen to the Radio peaks Can top 20- 1984.
Deniece Williams' Let's Hear It for the Boy peaks US #1-1984.
The Style Council's Groovin' enters UK chart-1984.
Sly Fox's Let's Go All the Way peaks Can #1-1986.
Double's Captain Of Her Heart peaks Can top 20-1986.
Madonna's Vogue peaks US #1-1990.
Michael Jackson/Lisa Marie Presley wed Dominican Republic-1994.
The Rolling Stones perform at Paradiso Amsterdam 2 nights/ record Stripped album/TV special-1995.
Manic Street Preachers decline opportunity to perform before Queen-1999.
Backstreet Boys' Millennium CD sells 1.19 million 1st week-1999.
Marc Anthony's Mended CD enters Can chart-2002.
Bon Jovi's One Wild Night Live CD enters Can chart-2002.
Boxcar Racer's self titled CD enters Can chart-2002.
Tommy Lee's Never a Dull Moment CD enters Can chart-2002.
Eddie Albert dies-2005.
Ramsey Lewis (1935) (piano-Grammy winner)
Cilla Black (1943) (vocals)
Bruce Cockburn (1945) (vocals-guitar-3's a Crowd)
Marty Kristian (1947) (vocals-New Seekers)
Alan Gerber (1947) (keys-vocals-Rhinoceros)
Siouxsie Sioux (1957) (vocals-Banshees)
Neil Finn (1958) (vocals-guitar-Split Enz-Crowded House)
Jodie Sands' With All My Heart enters US chart-1957.
The Crickets' That'll Be the Day released US-1957.
The 4 Coins' Shangri-La enters US chart-1957.
CHUM Radio Toronto prints 1st chart/#1 Elvis Presley's All Shook Up-1957.
Buddy Holly/Crickets' Think It Over released-1958.
Anthony Newley marries Joan Collins-1963.
Elvis Presley's Crying in the Chapel enters UK chart-1965.
The Hollies' I'm Alive enters UK chart-1965.
Eric Burdon/Animals' When I Was Young peaks Can top 10-1967.
The Easybeats' Friday On My Mind peaks Can top 20-1967.
The Happenings' I Got Rhythm peaks Can #1-1967.
The Everly Brothers' Bowling Green enters US chart-1967.
Janis Ian's Society's Child enters US chart-1967.
Peaches/Herb's Close Your Eyes peaks Can top 5-1967.
Scott McKenzie's San Francisco enters US chart-1967.
The NGDB's Buy For Me the Rain peaks Can top 40-1967.
The Association's Windy enters US chart-1967.
The BeeGees' NY Mining Disaster 1941 enters US chart-1967.
Jimi Hendrix Experience's Are You Experienced LP enters UK charts-1967.
The Bells awarded gold Stay Awhile-1971.
The Cornelius Bros/Sister Rose's Too Late to Turn Back Now enters US chart-1972.
Gordon Lightfoot's Beautiful enters US chart-1972.
Python Lee Jackson's In a Broken Dream enters US chart-1972.
Procol Harum's Conquistador enters US chart-1972.
Paul Simon's Me & Julio Down By the Schoolyard peaks Can top 10-1972.
Jo Jo Gunne's Run Run Run peaks Can top 30-1972.
Donna Fargo's Happiest Girl in the Whole USA enters US chart-1972.
Michael Jackson's Rockin' Robin peaks Can top 20/I Wanna Be Where You Are enters US chart-1972.
Fludd's Get Up Get Out Move On peaks Can top 40-1972.
Harry Chapin's Taxi peaks Can top 5-1972.
Marty Butler's We Gotta Get it Together peaks Can top 30-1972.
Stephen Stills' It Doesn't Matter enters US chart-1972.
Jackson Browne's Doctor My Eyes peaks Can top 5-1972.
The Rolling Stones play Earls Court London-1976.
Jefferson Starship's Count On Me peaks Can top 10/Runaway enters US chart-1978.
Todd Rundgren's Can We Still Be Friends enters US chart-1978.
Rod Stewart's Ole Ola enters UK chart-1978.
James Galway's Annie's Song enters UK chart-1978.
Paul Davis' I Go Crazy reaches 40th record setting week Billboard chart-1978.
Frankie Valli's Grease enters US chart-1978.
Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London peaks Can top 20-1978.
The Rolling Stones' Miss You enters US chart-1978.
Steve Martin's King Tut enters US chart-1978.
Paul McCartney/Wings' With a Little Luck peaks Can #1-1978.
Walter Egan's Magnet & Steel enters US chart-1978.
John Fogerty's Rock'n'Roll Girls peaks Can top 20-1985.
David Lee Roth's Just a Gigolo peaks Can top 10-1985.
DeBarge's Rhythm of the Night peaks Can #2-1985.
Queensryche's Silent Lucidity peaks Can top 10-1991.
Trumpeter Red Rodney dies-1994.
Madonna's Love Don't Live Here Anymore enters Can chart-1996.
The Cranberries' Salvation enters Can chart-1996.
The Tragically Hip's Trouble at the Henhouse CD enters Can chart-1996.
The Cure's Wild Mood Swings CD enters Can chart-1996.
Pantera's Great Southern Trendkill CD enters Can chart-1996.
Dishwalla's Counting Blue Cars enters Can chart-1996.
Bryan Adams' Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You enters Can chart-1996.
Staind's Break the Cycle CD enters Can chart at #1-2001.
Bon Jovi's One Wild Night Live CD enters Can chart-2001.
Redman's Malpractice CD enters Can chart-2001.
Tyrese's 2000 Watts CD enters Can chart-2001.
Al Jolson (1886) (vocals-American Theater HoF Inductee-DECEASED)
T-Bone Walker (1910) (vocals-guitar-Blues HoF inductee-RnR HoF inductee-Grammy Award winner-DECEASED)
Papa John Creach (1917) (vocals-violin-Jefferson Airplane/Starship-DECEASED)
Prince Buster (1938) (vocals)
Gladys Knight (1944) (vocals-Pips)
Billy Vera (1944) (vocals-guitar-w.Judy Clay-Beaters)
Gary Stewart (1944) (vocals)
John Fogerty (1945) (vocals-guitar-CCR-Blue Ridge Rangers)
Ray Laidlaw (1948) (drums-Lindisfarne)
Steve Strange (1959) (vocals-Visage)
Roland Gift (1961) (vocals-Fine Young Cannibals)
Jerry Douglas (1956) (dobro)
Kylie Minogue (1968) (vocals)
The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra f.Frank Sinatra record This Love of Mine-1941.
The 4 Aces' Heart enters US chart-1955.
Sammy Davis Jr's Something's Gotta Give/Love Me or Leave Me enters US chart-1955.
NARAS holds 1st meeting LA-1958.
Donovan/Joan Baez lead anti-war march London-1965.
Percy Sledge's When a Man Loves a Woman peaks US #1-1966.
The Mindbenders' Groovy Kind of Love peaks US #2-1966.
The Critters' Younger Girl enters US chart-1966.
The Temptations' Ain't Too Proud to Beg enters US chart-1966.
Ray Charles' Let's Go Get Stoned enters US chart-1966.
Wilson Pickett's 99 & a Half enters US chart-1966.
The 4 Tops' Loving You is Sweeter Than Ever enters US chart-1966.
Ike/Tina Turner's River Deep Mountain High enters US chart-1966.
The Rolling Stones' Paint it Black peaks UK #1-1966.
Marvin Gaye releases What's Going On UK-1971.
Graham Nash releases Songs for Beginners LP-1971.
The Doobie Brothers awarded gold Stampede LP-1975.
The Allman Brothers disband following Gregg Allman's testimony against roadie in drug case-1976.
Sting/Miles Copeland/Andy Summers play together 1st time Strontium 90 Circus Hippodrome Paris FRA-1977.
CSN's Just a Song Before I Go enters US chart-1977.
Yvonne Elliman's Hello Stranger peaks Can top 20-1977.
REO Speedwagon's Ridin' the Storm Out enters US chart-1977.
Heart's Barracuda enters US chart-1977.
Peter Frampton's I'm in You enters US chart-1977.
Mike Oldfield's Moonlight Shadow enters UK chart-1978.
Mary Lou Williams dies-1981.
Benefit for Viet Nam vets w.Starship/Grateful Dead/Boz Scaggs/Country Joe San Francisco CA-1982.
US Festival w.David Bowie/Van Halen/Clash/U2/Pretenders/Stray Cats/Men at Work/Judas Priest/Stevie Nicks/Ozzy Osbourne others San Bernardino CA-1983.
Irene Cara's Flashdance What a Feeling peaks US #1-1983.
The Police's Every Breath You Take enters UK chart-1983.
Rick Springfield's Love Somebody peaks Can top 20-1984.
Lionel Richie's Hello peaks Can #1-1984.
Van Halen's I'll Wait peaks Can top 30-1984.
Talk Talk's It's My Life peaks Can top 30-1984.
Sy Oliver dies cancer-1988.
Rod Stewart/Ronald Isley's This Old Heart of Mine peaks Can #2-1990.
Michael Bolton's How Can We Be Lovers peaks Can top 5-1990.
Robert Plant's Hurting Kind peaks Can top 20-1990.
Corey Hart's A Little Love peaks Can top 10-1990.
Willie Woods of Jr. Walker's All-Stars dies-1997.
Britney Spears' Oops I Did it Again peaks US #1-2000.
Irmin Schmidt (1937) (keys-Can)
Roy Crewdson (1941) (guitarist-Freddie/Dreamers)
Gary Brooker (1945) (vocals-keys-Paramounts-Procol Harum-MBE)
Francis Rossi (1949) (vocals-guitar-Status Quo-OBE)
Mike Porcaro (1955) (Toto)
LaToya Jackson (1956) (vocals)
Jesse Johnson (1960) (guitar-Prince-The Time)
Mel Gaynor (1960) (drums-Simple Minds)
Melissa Etheridge (1961) (vocals-guitar)
Noel Gallagher (1967) (guitar-Oasis)
Chad Kinchla (1969) (Blues Traveller)
Bing Crosby records White Christmas LA-1942.
Mantovani's Moulin Rouge enters UK chart-1953.
The Crickets record Not Fade Away/Everyday Clovis NM-1957.
Bobby Darin's Dream Lover enters UK chart-1959.
The Everly Brothers' Cathy's Clown peaks US #1-1960.
The Everly Brothers' Temptation enters US chart-1961.
Chris Kenner's I Like It Like That enters US chart-1961.
Slim Harpo's Rainin' In My Heart enters US chart-1961.
Paul Anka's Dance on Little Girl enters US chart-1961.
Rick Nelson's Travelin' Man peaks US #1-1961.
Shep/Limelites' Daddy's Home peaks US #2-1961.
The Shirelles' Mama Said peaks US top 5-1961.
The Castells' Sacred enters US chart-1961.
Jimmy Reed's Big Boss Man enters US chart-1961.
Matt Monro's My Kind of Girl enters US chart-1961.
Arthur Lyman's Yellow Bird enters US chart-1961.
Grammys awarded/Henry Mancini wins Record of Year (Moon River)/Judy Garland Album of Year (At Carnegie Hall)-1962.
The Beach Boys' Help Me Rhonda peaks US #1-1965.
The Ronettes' Is This What I Get For Loving You enters US chart-1965.
Brenda Lee's Too Many Rivers enters US chart-1965.
Them's Here Comes the Night enters US chart-1965.
The Supremes' Back In My Arms Again peaks US R&B #1-1965.
The Seekers' World Of Our Own enters US chart-1965.
Herman's Hermits' Wonderful World enters US chart-1965.
The Rolling Stones play Academy of Music NYC-1965.
Jimmy Smith plays Royal Albert Hall London UK-1965.
Jimi Hendrix/Cream/Pink Floyd/Move play Spalding Lincolnshire UK-1967.
Don Partridge's Blue Eyes enters UK chart-1968.
Donovan's Hurdy Gurdy Man enters UK chart-1968.
The Rolling Stones' Jumping Jack Flash enters UK chart-1968.
CSN release 1st LP-1969.
The James Gang's Walk Away enters US chart-1971.
Olivia Newton-John's If Not For You enters US chart-1971.
Richie Havens' Here Comes the Sun peaks Can top 20-1971.
Tin Tin's Toast & Marmalade For Tea peaks Can top 20-1971.
Anne Murray's It Takes Time peaks Can top 30-1971.
Grand Funk Railroad's Feelin' Alright peaks Can top 20-1971.
The 5 Man Electrical Band's Signs enters US charts-1971.
Mungo Jerry's Lady Rose enters UK chart-1971.
Jean Knight's Mr. Big Stuff enters US charts-1971.
Lighthouse's Hats Off to the Stranger peaks Can top 10-1971.
The Rolling Stones' Brown Sugar peaks US #1-1972.
Roger McGuinn does 1st solo show since Byrds' breakup-1973.
Billy Ocean's Love Really Hurts Without You peaks Can top 30-1976.
Diana Ross' Love Hangover peaks US #1-1976.
Walter Murphy's A 5th of Beethoven enters US chart-1976.
Candi Staton's Young Hearts Run Free enters US chart-1976.
Henry Gross' Shannon peaks Can #1-1976.
Barry Manilow's Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again peaks Can top 20-1976.
Donna Summer's Hot Stuff peaks US #1-1979.
Stevie Wonder's Do I Do enters US chart-1982.
Steve Miller's Abracadabra enters US chart-1982.
Tommy Tutone's 867-5309 Jenny peaks Can #2-1982.
Soft Cell's Torch enters UK chart-1982.
Dr. Hook's Baby Makes Her Blue Jeans Talk peaks Can top 20-1982.
The Jam's A Town Called Malice peaks Can top 20-1982.
Elton John's Empty Garden peaks Can top 10-1982.
Bow Wow Wow's I Want Candy enters US chart-1982.
Deon Estus' Heaven Help Me peaks Can top 20-1989.
Cher/Peter Cetera's After All peaks Can top 10-1989.
Bryan Adams' Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman peaks US #1-1995.
Jimmy Rowles (pianist) dies-1996.
Jeff Buckley drowns Mississippi River-1997.
The Rolling Stones begin Euro tour Stuttgart GER-1999.
Oscar Brown Jr dies-2005.
Benny Goodman (1909) (clarinet-bandleader-Grammy Lifetime Achievement honouree-Kennedy Center honouree-Radio HoF inductee-DECEASED)
Johnny Gimble (1926) (fiddle-Bob Wills)
Lenny Davidson (1942) (guitar-DC5)
Nicky "Topper" Headon (1955) (drums-Clash)
Marie Fredricksson (1958) (vocals-Roxette)
Wynonna Judd (1964) (vocals-Judds)
Tom Morello (1964) (guitar-Rage Against the Machine)
Dante/Evergreens'/Hollywood Argyles' Alley Oop both enter US chart-1960.
Brenda Lee's I'm Sorry/That's All You Gotta Do enters US chart-1960.
The Everly Brothers' When Will I Be Loved enters US chart- 1960.
Lesley Gore's It's My Party peaks US #1-1963.
Gerry/Pacemakers' I Like It enters UK chart-1963.
Billy J. Kramer's Bad to Me enters US chart-1964.
Johnny Rivers' Memphis enters US chart-1964.
The Beach Boys' Don't Worry Baby enters US chart-1964.
The Searchers' Don't Throw Your Love Away enters US chart-1964.
The Beatles' Love Me Do peaks US #1-1964.
Stevie Wonder's Nothing's Too Good For My Baby peaks Can chart-1966.
Frank Gallop's Ballad of Irving peaks Can top 40-1966.
The Mindbenders' Groovy Kind of Love peaks Can top 5-1966.
Ronnie Dove's Let's Start All Over Again peaks Can top 20-1966.
Mothers of Invention play Town Hall Birmingham UK-1968.
The Beatles record Revolution I Abbey Road London UK-1968.
The Beatles release Ballad of John & Yoko UK-1969.
Mick Taylor sits in with Rolling Stones 1st time-1969.
CSNY's Woodstock peaks Can top 5-1970.
The Original Caste's Mr. Monday peaks Can top 5-1970.
Robin McNamara's Lay a Little Lovin' On Me enters US chart-1970.
Edward Bear's You Me & Mexico enters US chart-1970.
The Jackson 5's The Love You Save enters US chart-1970.
Chicago's Make Me Smile peaks Can top 20-1970.
PG&E's Are You Ready enters US chart-1970.
The Rolling Stones awarded gold Exiles on Main Street LP-1972.
Paul McCartney/Wings' My Love peaks US #1-1973.
Paul Desmond dies-1977.
Carl Radle dies-1980.
Kim Carnes' Bette Davis Eyes peaks Can #2-1981.
Rick James' Give It To Me Baby enters US chart-1981.
John Schneider's It's Now Or Never enters US chart-1981.
Eric Clapton's I Can't Stand It peaks Can top 20-1981.
The Pointer Sisters' Slow Hand enters US chart-1981.
Phil Collins' In the Air Tonight enters US chart-1981.
REO Speedwagon's Take It On the Run peaks Can top 5-1981.
Juice Newton's Queen of Hearts enters US chart-1981.
April Wine's Sign of the Gypsy Queen enters US chart-1981.
Louise Tucker's Midnight Blue peaks Can top 10-1983.
Gloria Branigan's Solitaire peaks Can top 10-1983.
Doug/Slugs' Making it Work peaks Can top 30-1983.
Duran Duran's Rio peaks Can top 5-1983.
Stephen Bishop's It Might Be You peaks Can top 20-1983.
Papa Joe Brown dies after show-1986.
Adam Horovitz(Beastie Boys) arrested allegedly assaulting female fan-1987.
Blvd's Never Give Up peaks Can top 30-1988.
George Michael's One More Try peaks US #1-1988.
Whitney Houston's Where Do Broken Hearts Go peaks Can top 10-1988.
Pet Shop Boys' Always On My Mind peaks Can #1-1988.
Icehouse's Electric Blue peaks Can top 10-1988.
Paul Simon/Edie Brickell wed Montauk NY-1992.
Sun Ra dies stroke-1993.
Urban Cookie Collective's Feels Like Heaven peaks Can top 20-1994.
Reality's Yolanda peaks Can top 20-1994.
John Kahn (bassist) dies-1996.
Trombonist Bob Stroup dies-1996.
Kenny Rogers concert Royal Albert Hall London evacuated following bomb threat-1999.
Faith Hill/Tim McGraw play Beacon Theater NYC-1999.
Tex Beneke dies-2000.
Mickey Most dies-2003.
Vic Willis (1922) (The Willis Brothers)
Clint Eastwood (1930) (composer-vocalist-theatrical)
Johnny Paycheck (1938) (vocals-Grand Ol' Opry member-DECEASED)
Peter Yarrow (1938) (guitar-vocals-PP&M)
Augie Meyers (1940) (keys-Sir Douglas Quintet)
Mick Ralphs (1944) (guitar-vocals-Mott the Hoople-Bad Company)
Junior Campbell (1947) (guitar-keys-Marmalade)
John Bonham (1948) (drums-Led Zeppelin-DECEASED)
Corey Hart (1962) (vocals)
Daryl (DMC) McDaniels (1964) (vocals-RunDMC)
Johnstown flood occurs inspiring classic folk song-1889.
Pat Boone's Love Letters in the Sand peaks US #1-1957.
Sheb Wooley's Purple People Eater peaks US #1-1958.
Chuck Berry opens Berry Park amusement park St. Louis MO-1961.
Jack Nitzsche records Lonely Surfer LA-1963.
Cliff Richard/Shadows open new ABC Theatre Blackpool UK-1963.
Billy Fury/Freddie-Dreamers/Tornadoes/Shane Fenton play Royal Albert Hall London UK-1963.
The Dave Clark 5 make first of 12 appearances on Ed Sullivan show-1964.
Monkees TV show begins filming-1966.
Billy Strayhorn dies-1967.
Mothers of Invention play City Hall Newcastle UK-1968.
The Doors play Mexico City's bullring-1969.
John Lennon/guests record Give Peace a Chance Queen Elizabeth Hotel Montreal QC-1969.
Blood, Sweat & Tears' Spinning Wheel enters US chart-1969.
Stevie Wonder's My Cherie Amour enters US chart-1969.
The Lettermen's Hurt So Bad enters US chart-1969.
Dick Hyman's Minotaur enters US chart-1969.
The Arbors' I Can't Quit Her enters US chart-1969.
The BeeGees' Tomorrow Tomorrow enters US chart-1969.
The Staple Singers' I'll Take You There peaks US #1-1972.
Deep Purple awarded gold Made in Japan LP-1973.
William DeVaughn awarded gold Be Thankful For What You've Got-1974.
Gordon Lightfoot awarded gold Sundown LP-1974.
The BeeGees' Jive Talkin' enters US chart-1975.
10cc's I'm Not in Love enters UK chart-1975.
Neil Sedaka's Immigrant peaks Can top 10-1975.
Queen's Killer Queen peaks Can top 20-1975.
Paul McCartney's Listen to What the Man Said enters US chart-1975.
Glen Campbell's Rhinestone Cowboy enters US chart-1975.
Charity Brown's Take Me In Your Arms peaks Can top 5-1975.
Freddy Fender's Before the Next Teardrop Falls peaks US #1-1975.
Fludd's What an Animal peaks Can top 20-1975.
Earth, Wind & Fire's Shining Star peaks Can top 30-1975.
The Eagles' One Of These Nights enters US chart-1975.
Odia Coates' Don't Leave Me in the Morning peaks Can top 20- 1975.
Charlie Rich's Every Time You Touch Me enters US chart-1975.
The Carpenters' Only Yesterday peaks Can #2-1975.
The Rolling Stones perform on flat bed truck NYC NY-1975.
Ace's How Long peaks US/Can top five-1975.
The Who play Charlton Athletic Grounds UK/set Guiness record for volume-1976.
The Rolling Stones play surprise show 100 Club London UK-1976.
Red Rider's White Hot peaks Can top 20-1980.
Michael Jackson's Off the Wall peaks Can top 20-1980.
The Blues Brothers' Gimme Some Lovin' enters US chart-1980.
Kim Carnes' More Love enters US chart-1980.
The SOS Band's Take Your Time enters US chart-1980.
Charlie Daniels' In America enters US chart-1980.
Kim Wilde's You Keep Me Hangin' On peaks US #1-1987.
Art Lund dies-1990.
Glass Tiger end concert early when Alan Frew hit in head by coin-1991.
Randy Travis marries manager Lib Hatcher Maui HI-1991.
Janet Jackson's That's the Way Love Goes peaks Can #1-1993.
PM Dawn's Looking Through Patient Eyes peaks Can #2-1993.
Oasis play King Tut's Glasgow SCO/sign with Creation Records-1993.
Elsberry Hobbs (Drifters) dies-1996.
Lee Ann Womack makes Grand Ol' Opry debut-1997.
Geri "Ginger Spice" Halliwell announces departure from Spice Girls-1998.
Songwriter Dave Dixon (I Dig Rock & Roll Music) dies-1999.
Johnnie Taylor dies heart attack-2000.
Tito Puente dies following open heart surgery-2000.
Mickie Most dies cancer-2003.