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1929 Paul Burlison's American pioneer rockabilly guitarist and founder member of The Rock and Roll Trion. Burlison worked with Johnny and Dorsey Burnette. He died on September 27, 2003.
1941 John Metal Gateshead, Tyne & Put on, England. British drummer with animals, (1964 UK & US No.1 single "The Of The Rising Sun").
1944 Florence Larue, born in Pennsylvania. Vocalist in the US Group Fifth Dimension (1969 US No.1 & UK No.11 single Aquarius).
1947 Margie and Mary Ann Ganser, singers to The Shangri-Las, who had the US No. 1 of 1964 and "Leader Of The Pack." Margie died of breast cancer on July 28, 1996.
1948 Alice Cooper (Vincent Furnier) was born in Detroit, Michigan. US Singer, Earwigs, Alice Cooper Band, (1972 United Kingdom No. 1 and US 7 Faculty & # 39; s Out).
1950 James Dunn was born in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Baritone singer with stylistics (1975 US No.1 single "You Make Me Feel Brand New", 1975 UK No. 1 movie "Can't Give You Anything, but Love Me" and 15 different UK Prime 40 singles).
1950 Phil Ehart was born in Coffeyville, Kansas. US Drummer in Kansas (1978 US No. three "Dust In The Wind", United Kingdom # 59 "Carry On Wayward Son").
1952 Jerry Shirley was born in Wattenham Cross, London, England. British drummer Humble Pie (1969, United Kingdom No. 4, Natural Born Bugie).
1955 Elvis Presley performed two exhibits (17 and 21.30) in New Orleans, Louisiana. Hank Snow was additionally falling.
1955 Rosemary Clooney's "Mambo Italiano" hit # 1 U.Okay.
1960 Tim Booth was born in Shrewsbury, England. Composer with James (1991 UK No. 2 single "Sit Down"), Solo.
1961 Johnny Burnette rushed to Lebanese hospital in Cedar in Hollywood in an emergency. The Nashville rocker, "you are sixteen", is pressured to cancel a $ 10,000 dedication. He also had to postpone the 28-day tour of the British Isles, which started within three days.
1962 Clint Black Born in Katy, Texas. US Nation Singer. US hit "Desperado", The Eagles tribute album "Common Thread". 1992 US No 8, The Arduous Means.
1963 Kevin John Wasserman, born in Los Angeles, California. Guitarist The Offspring, who in 1999 had the United Kingdom No. 1 & US 59 profile "Pretty Fly, (White Guy)" and the 1999 US 6 & UK No.10 album "Americana").
1965 The righteous brothers have been in United Kingdom single chart No. 1 with Phil Spector's music “You Lost Lost Lovin” Feel. Also the US No. 1 at the similar time. In 1999, PRS stated it was the most played track in the 20th century.
1966 Bob Dylan and The Band played at the congress middle in Louisville, Kentucky. This was the first day of a world tour, which was discovered to be Dylan's first used electrical gear when he was "gone electric" at the Newport People Pageant of 1965.
The 1967 Monkees debut album began at week 1 on # 1 in the UK chart.
1967 Candidates in America No. 2 with one "Georgy Girl".
1968 Steve Queralt of the British indie group Journey, with the United Kingdom Unit 9, Depart Them All Behind.
1968 Jimi Hendrix Expertise, the "Tour of 60 Cities in 66 Days", appeared in Winterland, San Francisco.
1968 Working in Abbey Street Studios, London, The Beatles Magazines are recorded in Across The Universe. John and Paul determined that the music needed falsetto harmonies, in order that they invited two woman followers to sing to the studio with a music. Two have been Lizzie Bravo, a 16-year-old Brazilian residence near Abbey Street and a 17-year-old Gayleen Pease in London.
1969 Beatles appointed Eastman and Eastman, the father of Lindan Eastman's regulation firm, as Apple's basic advisor. This was McCartney's response that Allen Klein's other band employed the previous day.
1970 John Lennon and Yoko Ono donated their hair to an auction to help Black Energy.
1971 Osmonds, a band of five brothers in front of 13-year-old Donny, will get his first RIAA licensed gold document value $ 1 million in "One Bad Apple" gross sales. The imitation of Jackson 5 is Osmond's debut Mike Curb's MGM Data.
1971 Chicago "Chicago III" album is Gold Licensed by RIAA
1972 "A Nod is as good as Wink… Blind Horse" album Faces RIAA Licensed Gold
1975 Natalie Imbruglia Berkeley Vale Born , Sydney. Australian Singer / Actor (1997 United Kingdom No. 2 band "Torn", 1997 UK No.5 album "Left Of The Middle").
1975 Saxophonist Louis Jordon died at the age of 66. Affected by artists Chuck Berry to Joe Jackson.
1975 The American jazz, blues, songwriter and saxophonist Louis Jordon died at the age of 66. Generally known as the "King of Jukebox," in 1942-1950 he made eighteen single singles and fifty-four prime ten hits in the US R&B charts.
1975 The vocalist / saxophonist Louis Jordan dies in a heart assault. He is the document holder for most weeks in No. 1 of Billboard's R & B charts 113. Of these 18 charts, 4 out of 1 have been for greater than 10 weeks. His largest pop hit is the track of the 1944s 1 G. “G.I. Jive. ”
1977 Warner Brothers released the most selling albums of the Fleetwood Mac" Rumors ". It bought over 17 million copies. Speak about Huge Mac, right? Saved in Los Angeles when two couples (John and Christine McVie & Linsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks) broke down. The album displays the feelings that come together when ex-friends continue to work intently. The album contained four Prime Ten hits: "Go Your Own Way," "Don't Stop," "Dreams," and "You Make Loving Fun." "Rumors" is the Number One pop album for 31 weeks.
In 1978, Abba started his first week of No. 1 in the UK chart "The Album".
1978 Talking Heads, performed by Oasis, Swindon, Speaking Heads, and Particular Visitors Dire Straits.
1978 Bee Gees started four weeks on # 1 in the US single chart "Staying Alive". The movie soundtrack on Saturday night time, it gave the brothers the fifth US No. 1, additionally No. 1 in the UK.
Althian and Donna 1978 Up Town Ranking was a UK single charter. It was the solely hit on the Jamaican duo, when the teenagers found wonders.
1978 "Turn to Stone" by ELO reached its peak at # 13 with a US charter.
1978 Queen's "Me Are The Champions" reached their peak in # 4 on the pop-single chart.
1981 "Barry" album by Barry Manilow & # 39; is Gold and Platinum Licensed by RIAA
1982 Scottish singer Alex Harvey died of a heart attack whereas waiting for a ferry again to the seashore when he carried out together with his new band. Electrical Cowboys. In an ambulance going to the hospital, he suffered one other coronary heart assault, this was fatal. It happened the day before the 47th birthday in Zeebrugen, Belgium. Began by Alex Harvey Massive Soul Band in 1959 and then in the mid-1960s by Tear Fuel. Was the 1975 UK No. 7 single "Delilah" by Sensational Alex Harvey Band and the 1975 album "Next".
1982 Kimberly Wyatt, American singer-songwriter, dancer, model, actor and choreographer. He is greatest often known as a former Pussycat Dolls member, which he joined in 2003. In 2010, he introduced leaving the group to pursue a new band Her Majesty & The Wolves.
1983 Karen Carpenter died at the age of 32 with cardiac arrest in a dad or mum's house in Downe, California; The coroner's report gave trigger for anorexia nervosa-related imbalance in demise. The Carpenters 1970 album near you and there have been two hits: "(they're long) near you" and "we've just started." its readers voted Karen Carpenter for the greatest rock drum of the yr.
1983 "Eye In The Sky" album by Alan Parsons Venture was licensed by RIAA's Platinum
1983 "Special Forces" album by Thirty-Eight Particular. with a military died of heroin overdose.
1984 The Cultural Membership began three weeks in time with a US charter with Karma Chameleon, Group 5, US Prime 10 hit, including No.1 in the UK.
1984 Eurythmics made their first British No. 1 album with their second release "Touch" with Singlet "Here Comes The Rain Again", "Who's That Girl" and "Right By Your Side".
1984 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Hassle opened the 114-day "Cantn & # 39; t Stand for Weather Tour" at the Struggle Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. 1984
Christopher Cross "Think of Laura" peaked at # 9 in the US sinkkakaavion
1986 Sheriff went to the US sinkkakaavion No. 1 reads, "When I'm with you," does not hit in the UK.
1986 Bon Jov's "Bon Jovi" album RIAA's RIAA Goldin
1987 Boris Gardiner went to No.1 with the Australian Singles chart "I Wake Up With You". Keep at the prime of 5 chips in a row.
1988 Debbie Gibson's "Out Of The Blue" album was certified by RIAA's Platinum
1988 "$ 19.98 Home Vid. The Metal Cliff & # 39; em All Video was RIAA Gold and Platinum Certified
1988 The Foreign Inside Information Album Received RIAA Gold Certification
1989 Jethro – US Singer. Appeared with Henry Haynes Homer & Jethro. Dead Of Cancer. Born on March 10, 1923
1989 The White Lion "when the youngsters have been crying" at the prime # 3 on the US zinc chart.
1991 Divinyls went to No.1 in the Australian Singles Chart “I Touch Myself”. Stay at the prime of the 1wk charts.
1992 Pearl Jam appeared at The Borderline in London, England, with tickets costing £ 5 ($ 8.50).
1993 Neil Diamond's "Biggest Hits 1966-1992" album RIAA Certificates Platinum
1995 Former East 17 singer Brian Harvey received a fine of £ 1.000 when he was sentenced to blast a press photographer who was curled up in the ground with a ball. Harvey also paid £ 2 852 for prosecution costs.
1995 Celine Dion started seven weeks running No. 1 in the UK's single chart "Assume Twice". The song was highest on the US map 95. "Assume Twice" won the Ivor Novello Award in 1995 for the song of the year.
1996 Former Milli-Vanilli Member Rob Pilatus was hospitalized after a man hit her head with a baseball bat in California, Hollywood. Pilate tried to steal the man's car during the attack.
1998 American singer Gwen Guthrie died of cancer in Orange, New Jersey. Worked with Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and wrote songs for Sister Sledge and Roberta Flack. most famous for his 1986 hit, "Ain Noth's Goin" On The Rent. "
1998 Former East 17 singer Brian Harvey acquired a superb of $ 1,000 when he was convicted of looting up a press chart on the ground. Gwen Guthrie died of cancer at the age of 48. Sang in the background track for Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel, Stevie Marvel and Madonna and wrote songs for Sister Sledge and Roberta Flack.
2000 Bjorn Ulvaeus confirmed that Abba members had abandoned the $ 1 billion (£ 0.58 billion) group renewal provided by the US and British consortium. Benny Andersson, a band member, advised the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
2000 Atomic Kitten started a four-week run No .1 in the UK's single charter with Entire Again, the first UK charter topper in the group. The track is written by Andy McCluskey from OMD.
2000 Shirelles singer Doris Coley died of breast most cancers at the age of 58 years. (1961 US No.1 & UK No.4 single "Will You Love Me Tomorrow").
2001 Atomic Kitten began a four-week run in No. 1 in the UK's single constitution. The music is written by Andy McCluskey from OMD.
2002 Shakira went to the Australian Singles chart no 1 "Always Where". Stay at the prime of the 6-week row in a row.
2003 Police asked Noel Gallagher after he turned a photograph that crossed the railway line. The Oasis guitarist was in the Cornwall studio recording a new album for the bands as he walked along the railway line. The British visitors police stated he was a nasty instance.
2003 Courtney Love was arrested at Heathrow Airport to "jeopardize the aircraft" on a transatlantic flight. The singer was stated to be hurled abusing a cabin crew flight from Los Angeles to London when his nurse was unable to take a seat in the Love Class at an upper class cottage in an financial seat.
The 2004 police questioned Noel Gallagher after he turned a photograph that crossed the railway line. The Oasis guitarist was in the Cornwall studio recording a brand new album for the bands as he walked alongside the railway line. The British visitors police stated he was a nasty instance.
2007 Razorlight's gig in Lyon was stopped mid-way because of disruption between singer Johnny Borrell and bassist Carl Dalemon. The couple changed their insults earlier than they came on the stage. Borrell then stormed, leaving the French crowd astonished and uncertain about what was happening.
2007 Norah Jones made their third British No. 1 album with the "Not Too Late" assortment, including in the US and greater than 20 different nations.
2009 Lux Interior (Erick Lee Purkhiser) singer and The Cramps founding member died at the age of 62 years. He met his wife (better often known as Poison Ivy, or Ivy Rorschach) in Sacramento in 1972 when he and his good friend picked up he obtained up when he was walking. The couple later based The Cramps.
2009 Robert Plant stated he thought Led Zeppelin couldn’t combine an entire tour and album because the band seems to be incomplete with out drummer John Bonham. In an interview at the UK station, Absolute Radio Plant stated: "The reason it was stopped was because we were inadequate and we have been incomplete for 29 years now," he stated. He admitted: “I think the thing is really, we are going to the old country, it's a very incredibly sensitive matter, and the disappointment that might be there when you commit to it and the comparisons of what was basically shot with youth and different exaggeration now is very hard to go back and meet this head and make it fair ”.
2013 Main singer with the 1960s rock and roll band The Troggs, Reg Presley died at the age of 71. Hit singles, including "Wild Thing", "I Can & # 39; t Control Myself" and UK No.1 "With Girl Like You". He additionally wrote a music "Love Is All Around" that appeared in the movie 4 Weddings and a Funeral and was the first hit of Moist Moist Moist in 1994. Presley used his royalties from that deck to fund analysis supplies comparable to alien spacecraft, lost civilizations, alchemy and cultivation environments, and introduced his findings in October 2002 in the Wild Issues They Don & # 39; t Inform Us
2016 Van Morrison described that he turned "amazing" and "inspiring" after receiving the Order of the Prince of Wales from Buckingham Palace, receiving his knight for providers to the music business and tourism in Northern Eire
Maurice White, a mediator and bandleader, was killed, and on Earth, Wind & Hearth he had a US Shin in 1975 g Star "and 1981 UK No. 3 single" Let's Groove ". White won seven Grammars and was nominated for twenty Grammies and also worked with Deniece Williams, The Emotions, Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond.
2017 The Black Sabbath band, which the band gained with the discovery of heavy metal music, played their latest concert. A two-hour gig in the NEC arena in their home town of Birmingham saw rock veterans playing 15 tracks that ended in their first hit, "Paranoid". Ticker tape and balloons dropped as singer Ozzy Osbourne, 68, thanked fans for almost five many years of help. Sabbath The Finish Tour started in the United States in January final yr and took 81 days round the world.



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