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1932 John Williams, born in Flushing, New York. US Film Composer from the following shops. Star Wars, E.T., Superman, Jaws, Native Collection Third, JFK, Hook & Schindler Record. He also composed the theme in the 60s TV collection Misplaced In Area and played the piano with Henry Mancin's hit Peter Gunn.
1936 Larry Verne was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. US Singer. His largest hit was "I ask Mr. Custer (I don't want to go)" Verne died on October 8, 2013 in Sylmar, California, at the age of 77. He had lengthy suffered from Alzheimer's illness and suffered
1942 Terry Melcher was born in New York, New York. US producer / songwriter / singer with Ripcords. Terry is Doris's son of the day. November 19, 2004 Terry Melcher died of melanoma at residence after an extended sickness. He was 62 years previous and his spouse Terese, his son, Ryan Melcher, and his mom Doris Day survived.
1943 Creed Bratton was born in Sacramento, California. US guitarist Grass with Sweden (1968 US No.5 single "Midnight Confessions" and 13 other US Prime 40 singles).
1946 Adolpho Fito De La Para was born in Mexico, Mexico. US Drummer with Canned Heat, (1970 United Kingdom No. 2 & US No.26 single "Let's Work Together").
1946 Paul Wheatbread Born in San Diego. Drummer Gary Puckett and Union Gap (1968 UK No.1 & UK No.2 single Young).
1950 English Dan (Dan Seals), born in McCamey, Texas. American singer in England Dan & John Ford Coley. (1976 US No. 2 & UK No. 26 single, & # 39; Really To You You Tonight.) & # 39; His first # 1 in the US land charts was "Meet Me in Montana," 1985 with Duetto Marie
1950 Michael Goodroe was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He joined the motels as a Bass player in 1976.
1956 Buddy Holly indicators a recording settlement with Decca data (the settlement leaves E away from his last identify, Holley, and he additionally drops it underneath the identify of the scene)
1960 Mark Dinning 1 for "Teen Angel", successful that hit the UK.
1960 Dion & The Belmonts "Where or When" prime # three in the US band
1960 "Lonely Blue Boy" by Conway Twitty reached # 6 in the US single chart
1960 Little Anthony & The Imperials "Shimmy , Shimmy, Ko-Ko-Bop "reached its peak on the US twenty-four.
1961 Vince Neil was born in Hollywood, California. Leading singer at Motley Crue (1988 United Kingdom No. 23 single "You & # 39; All I Need" & 1989 US No.1 album "Dr Feelgood").
1961 No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Calcutta," Lawrence Welk. Welk and his Orchestra
1962 Ken McCluskey, Drums, The Bluebells, (1993, United Kingdom No. 1 single with re-released Young At Heart).
1962 BEACH BOYS RECORDING SESSION The guitarist DAVID MARKS, who replaced AL JARDINE in the composition, they reduce "SURFIN # SAFARI", "SURFER GIRL" "JUDY" and "KARATE" in LAA
1964 a full day in New York, The Beatles (minus George, with sore throat), went to a photograph alternative to stroll around Central Park. Over 400 woman fans adopted Beatles and the additional police have been referred to as to guide them. Later that day, Ronettes interviewed The Beatles for the radio.
1964 The "Hey Little Cobra" by Rip Chords reached its highest in # 4 on a US single map.
1964 "Major Lance Um, Um, Um, Um, Um" at the prime # 5 in the US
1964, which acquired a $ 1,000 award for anybody who might discover the "referring" language in "Louie, Louie", music publisher Max Firetag denied Indiana Governor Matt Welsh's claim that the track was "pornographic".
1964 John Leyton, Mike Berry, The Innocents, Jet Harris, Don Spencer, Leroys and Rolling Stones appeared in Regal, Edmonton, the first night time of the UK tour.
1964 Maxie Firetag, the writer of "Louie Louie", recorded by Kingsmen's Wand Data, denies Indiana Governor Matthew Welsh's mussel that the track is "pornographic." Firetag presents $ 1,000 to anyone who can discover any "suggestive" track lyrics.
1964 The "Hey Little Cobra" by Rip Chords reached its highest in # 4 on a US single map.
1964 "Major Lance Um, Um, Um, Um, Um" at the prime # 5 in the US single chart.
1965 Joshua Kadison was born in Los Angeles, California. US singer / songwriter.
1965 Supremes hit "Stop In The Love Of Love" was launched in America. It was the fourth in 5 consecutive US hits.
1967 Peter (Asher) and Gordon (Waller) shared their singles after virtually three years and 14 US hits.
1968 Tjinder Singh, Guitar, Cornershop (1998 United Kingdom No. 1 Brimful Of Asher).
1968 Monkeys went to No.1: een Australian Singles chart, "I am a believer / I'm not going to your stone." Keep at the prime of 1wk.
1968 "Woman, Woman" single by Gary Puckett and The Union Hole, RIAA certifies Gold
1968 The band Pleasure by John Bonham and Robert Plant made his first London look supporting the Edwin Starria Marquee Club in London, England. Marquee was witnessed by the 60th century the latter half of the London scene, which was represented by the membership, similar to Move, The Syn, Pink Floyd (who performed the club many occasions), Neat Change, The Crowd, Smooth Machine and Arthur Brown.
1969 TBC "The Supremes with Temptations went to one of the United States album charts.
1969 George Harrison has removed his throat from London Hospital.
1969" Hanger Em High. "
1969 "I began the river" bee Bee Gees reached its peak in # 6 in the US single charter
1973 Max Yasgur died of a 53-year-old heartbreaker, owner of Bethel's dairy farm in New York, where Woodstock's music and art fair was held 15. August 19th to August 18th, 1969.
1973 Carly Simon got a golden record of the single "You're That Only," the only number that is his profession. Behind the Simon in the choir, nevertheless, it turns out that the subject is actor Warren Beatty.
1974 Guillaume Emmanuel “G uy-Manuel ”de Homem-Christo was born in Paris, France. French electronic musician, greatest recognized for half the French music house Daft Punk, along with Thomas Bangalter. , remixed to Gabrielle, Chemical Brothers.
1974 "Let Me Be There" by Olivia Newton-John RIAA certifies Gold
1975 Bob Dylan went to # 1 on US 15th studio album Blood On The Tracks, another US # 1 album. The album has become one of Dylan's all-time best-selling studio releases, with double-platinum-US certification from the American Recording Industry Association.
1975 Engelbert Humperdinck started a three-week run at No.1 in the UK album chart with "Biggest Hits Collection".
1975 Ohio players went to No. 1 in the US single chart "Hearth", the group's first of two US No. 1.
1978 RIAA by Rod Stewart's "You In In Coronary heart" Goldin
1979 Lyn Hamilton recorded "On The Inside". Theme Australian Prisoner is written by Alan Caswell.
1980 The divorce became final between David and Angie Bowie. He won his son Zowie (now Joe), Angie got a £ 30,000 ($ 51,000) solution.
1981 R.E.M. made his first recordings at Bombay Studios in Smyrna, Georgia. The songs were "Gardening At Night time", "Radio Free Europe" and "(Don't Go Again) Rockville."
1983 Kim Wilde gained the Greatest British Artist at the Second Annual British Awards.
The winners of the second annual British Awards winner in London in 1983 have been Paul McCartney, who gained the Greatest British Male Soloist, Kim Wilde gained the Greatest British Female Soloist, Dire Straits gained the British Group, British Breakthrough Act, Yazo. Pide Townshend Child Creole & Coconuts, Greatest Promoting Particular person Dexy's Midnight Runners “Come On Eileen” and Life Achievement Award.
1984 The Born To Love album by Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack was accepted by Gold Certification. Including “Tonight I Celebrate My Love”.
1986 Billy Ocean began a four-week run at No.1 in the UK's single chart when "The Going Will get Robust, The Robust Get Going" appeared in "The Nile of the Nile". banned in the United Kingdom because there were non-musician members. Boyzone took song for No.1 in 1999.
1986 "Spies Like Us" by Paul McCartney reached the top # 7 in the US single chart
1986 "Sound" by Congo reached # 10
1989 Womack & Womack went to No.1 on the Australian Singles chart "Teardrops". Stay at the top of 1wk.
1990 The American singer singer Del Shannon suffering from depression died of self-inflicted fires. He has won the 1961 Runaway Group in the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as the nine top 40 singles in the United States and 12 in the United Kingdom. Shannon had worked with Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne and was rumored to replace the recently dead Roy Orbison's Traveling Wilburys supergroup.
1992 United Kingdom Act Justice Said Fred began a three-week run in No. 1 with a US charter "I Too Attractive", No.2 hit in the UK.
1992 Wet Wet Wet Wet Wet won her second British No.1 album "Excessive On The Pleased Aspect."
1993 Julian Cope raised over £ 2,500 for anti-fur campaigners to Lynx when he sold lottery tickets to win the trademark microphone.
1994 Oasis had to cancel his first foreign trip when they were expelled from Holland. The band took part in a drunken creep raft, where the band members were arrested and locked on a ferry brigade.
1995 "Discography" by Pet Shop Boys is Gold Certified by RIAA
1995 "Very" album by Pet Shop Boys was Gold Certified by RIAA. Including "Go West", "are you able to forgive her", "I often don't do such a thing" and "yesterday once I was loopy".
1995 "Discography" album by Pet Shop Boys Certified Gold by RIAA
1995 "Very" album by Pet Shop Boys was Gold Certified by RIAA
1997 LL Cool J went No. 1 UK single chart with no one and taken from the soundtrack to the 1996 movie Beavis and Butthead Do America. The song was hit by Rufus in 1983 with Chaka Khan
1998 Chumbawamba singer Danbert Nobacon threw Britain's Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott on a cold water-filled plastic cannon at Brit Awards in London.
The 1998 Brit Awards winners won the Finley Quay, who won the Best British Male Solo Artist, Best British Female Solo Artist went to Shola Amaa, The Verve won the British British and British British Dance Act for the best Urban Hymns. The Prodigy, the British Breakthrough Act was Stereophonics, Best Selling British Album Act was Spice Girls, International Male, Jon Bon Jovi, International Female, Bjork, International Group, U2 and Outstanding Contribution went to Fleetwood Mac. During the show, Chumbawamba singer Danbert Nobacon threw a plastic jug full of cold water to UK Presidents John Prescot.
2001 Eminem debuted his live concert when he appeared at The Manchester Arena.
2002 Bob Wooler died at the age of 76 years. He was a resident of DJ and a writer at The Cavern Club in Liverpool in the early 1960s. Wooler introduced The Beatles to Director Brian Epstein.
2005 Keith Knudson's drummer Doobie Brothers died of 56-year-old pneumonia. In 1979, United States No. 1 "What A Idiot Believes" and 1993 UK No. 7 "Long Practice Runnin".
2005 Pete Doherty was released from prison after four nights, when his leader paid the remaining £ 100,000 ($ 170,000) in the guarantee certificate to the Highbury Corner Magistrates Court in London. The former Libertines star was accused of robbery and extortion after the London hotel fracas. In his warranties, he could not leave his house every evening between 22:00 and 07:00 and be with the guard or his manager if he goes out at any time.
2005 Kylie Minogue was voted the world's sexiest woman in the 30's UK Good Housekeeping. The rain was voted No. 4 over the 40s when Madonna arrived at No. 7 and Jerry Hall No. 8. And Sharon Osbourne was voted third in the 50s.
2006 The 48-year Grammy Award was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Madonna opened the prize for the third time. U2 came out with five prizes and Mariah Carey won 3 of her 8 nominations.
2009 R&B singer Chris Brown asked the police about violence in Los Angeles. The 19-year-old had made his presentation in the Grammy Awards, as did his pop star girlfriend Rihanna. The police said that Brown had argued with an unknown woman while sitting in the car. Brown had walked to the police station and was later released with $ 50,000 (£ 34,000). The Los Angeles police did not recognize a woman who had complained against Brown.
2013 A report on the rise of digital music showed that one in five consumers (19.6%) bought all of their music for download. The report found that 27.7 percent of British music fans had downloaded from iTunes or Amazon; or streamed songs from services like Spotify or YouTube, and that streaming market was now worth £ 49m for recording discs.
2013 LA Superior Court Judge Charles Palmer threw Axl Rose's claim of fraud and false information against Guitar Hero III. Rose insisted that her agreement to authorize "Welcome to the Jungle" for use in the game contained Activision's promise that no images of Slash would be used in the game. Later, both Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine and Gwen Stefan's band No Doubt challenged the company with their own photos in the Guitar Hero series spin-off series.
2015 British British singer Sam Smith won four Grammy Awards in the US, including prestigious awards for the song "Stay With Me" and Greatest New Artist of the Yr. The album of the yr went to Beck for the morning



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