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1927 Junior Parker was born in West Memphis, Arizona. US blues singer / songwriter who wrote the “Mystery Train” that Elvis Presley coated. He also worked with BB King and Howlin Wolf. Parker died on November 18, 1971.
1928 Dave Dudley, born in Spencer, Wisconsin. US Nation Singer. He recorded the truck's "Six Days On The Road" history in 1963. Dudley died on December 22, 2003 on the age of 75 when he was hit by a coronary heart attack at Lake Staples, close to Danbury, in Wisconsin.
1942 Mike Pender (Michael Prendergast) was born in Liverpool, England. Vocalist and leading guitarist with researchers. (1964 United Kingdom No. 1 and United States No. 13 Needles And Pins).
1944 Jance Garfat, born in California. US Bass Player / Singer Sir Douglas Quintet & Dr Hook in 1972-1985. (1972 United States No. 5 and United Kingdom No. 2 single Sylvia's mother and 9 other US prime 40 hits). He died on November 6, 2006, 62 years in San Francisco, California.
1947 Dave Mount – Nice Britain Drummer Mudilla (1974 UK No. 1 single "Tiger Feet" plus 14 different UK Prime 40 singles).
1947 Jennifer Warnes, born in Seattle, Washington. US Singer (1982 US No.1 & UK No.7 single "Up Where We Belong" with Joe Cocker).
1948 Terence "Snowy" White, guitarist who labored with Thin Lizzy, Pink Floyd and Roger Waters. As an unbiased artist, he had a 1983 UK Prime 10 hit "Bird Of Paradise".
1949 Derek (blue) Weaver – United Kingdom keyboard participant Amen Nook (1969 United Kingdom No 1, "If Paradise Is Half Nice"). Strawbs, (1973, United Kingdom No. 2, "Union of the Union"). He also labored with Bee Gees (1975 US No.1 "Jive Talking").
1954 Chris Hughes – UK Drummer, Adam & The Ants. (1981 UK No. 1 single "Stand And Deliver" plus 15 different UK Prime 40 singles).
1962 Bobby Darin went to No.1 on the Australian Singles chart, "told". Stay in No.1 for 3pcs.
1963 The Beatles played the final show on a UK tour supporting Helen Shapiro at The Gaumont, Hanley, Stoke.
1966 Tone-Loc, born in Los Angeles, California. (Anthony Terrell Smith), US Rapper (1989 UK No. 13 single, Funky Cold Medina).
1966 Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Richie Furay shaped Buffalo Springfield in Los Angeles. The first wave of American bands turned common after the British assault, and combined rock, people and nation music as their own voice. The million track "For What It & # 39; s Worth" received a political anthem for the stormy late 1960s.
1967 The double night time tour began at ABC in Romford Essex, The Small Faces, Jeff Beck, Roy Orbison and Paul and Barry Ryan.
1968 This week's UK Prime 5 singles: No.5, Don Partridge, "Rosie", No. four, Manfred Mann, "Mighty Quinn", No. 3, The Move, "Fire Brigade", No. 2, "Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich, "Legend Of Xanadu", No.1, Esther, and Abi Ofarim, "Cinderella Rockefella. "
1969 Led Zeppelin recorded the first BBC Radio 1 during the Top Gear session in the afternoon at Playhouse Theater in London, England. The recorded songs were" Dazed And Confused, "" Communication Breakdown, "" You Shook Me, " Quit You Baby. ”Free, Moody Blues and Deep Purple were also in the show. 1973 Winners The Grammy Awards included, Roberta Flack, who won the Year Song Contest and a year's record "The First Time Noticed Your Face" and Harry Nilsson won the Best Pop Song "With out You"
1977 Ronan Keating Born in Dublin, Ireland. – Boyzone, (1996 United Kingdom No. 1 single Words and over 15 UK Top 10 singles and 4 UK No.1 albums). 1999 United Kingdom No. 1 single "When do you say something"), 2000 United Kingdom No. 1 "Ronan" album over the year
1977 The first night of the UK tour with Johnny Thunders and Heartbreakers, Cherry, Vanilla and the police were launched at Roxy Club, London . John Otway and Wild Willie Barratt played The Speakeasy, London and Iggy Pop, supported by Vibrators Huddersfield Poly.
1979 Mike Patto singer Patto and Boxer died of throat cancer at the age of 36 years.
1979 Bee Gees made her fourth UK No.1 single with Tragedy. Also today Bee Gees went to No. 1 in the US album discussion "Spirits Having Flown", her brother's second US No.1 album
1982 Michael Jackson went to No.1 on the Australian Singles chart in at some point in your life, staying at No. 1 2wks.
1984 For 3 weeks, Nena started a No.1 UK chart with Pink Balloons in No.1. & # 39; originally sung in German, & # 39; 99 Luftballons & # 39; was r e-recorded in English as “Red Redoons”. The track was a No.2 hit in the USA and the one UK hit Nena.
1985 Michael Jackson visited London at Madame Tussauds Waxworks to reveal his comparable waxwork.
1990 Janet Jackson began a three-week run in No. 1 with the US constitution "Escapade", hit by the third US No. 1, No.17 in the UK.
1990 Lindy Layton and Beats International were No. 1 in the UK with "Dub Be Good To Me." Founded by the former Housemartins Norman Cook, the song was based on SOS Band's 1984 hit "Simply Be Good To Me and The Conflict's Brixton Arms. premises in 10 different Japanese cities: Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Kumamoto, Matsuyama, Nagoya, Niigata, Osaka, Sapporp, Sendai and Takamatsu. One Disarm band band was the most important new entry of this week
1995 Foo Fighters debut in stay show at The Satyricon in Oregon, Portur
1996 Final single Take Take, "How Deep Is Your Love" 1 week in the UK chart.
1999 Dusty Springfield died after a long-lasting anti-cancer struggle at age 59. The British singer hit the first British hit in 1963 "I just want to be with you", which reached No. four, 1966 UK No. 1 & US No. four "You don't have to say you love me" plus
1999 Oasis agreed to pay former drummer Tony McCarroll a one-time sum of £ 550,000 ($ 935,000) after he challenged Manchester band to tens of millions of unpaid royalties. McCarroll was separated from the band in 1995.
1999 American music professor Peter Jeffrey went to courtroom to problem The Smashing Pumpkins, their promoters and an organization that made ear plugs after he had heard his hearing had occurred in Connecticut.
2000 Tom Jones gained the Greatest Male Artist at this yr's Brit Awards. Different winners have been: Travis greatest band and greatest album "The Man Who." Greatest single went to Robbie Williams "She & # 39; s The One", 5 gained Greatest Pop, TLC gained Greatest Worldwide, Beck gained Greatest International Male, Macy Gray gained Greatest Newcomer and wonderful prize went to Spice Women.
2000 The previous Bay Metropolis Roller, Derek Longmuir, was launched towards warranties when paying for baby pornography on the Web and holding indecent movies at house.
2001 Stereophonics needed to change the identify of their new album after Daimler Chrysler, the automotive manufacturer, opposed their use of the copyrighted word 'Jeep'. Britain's title was "Just Enough Education To Perform."
2002 by James Blackwood of the Gospel Group Blackwoods died after a stroke.
2002 TV present "Pop Idol" winner Will Younger made his first UK No. 1 album "Anything Is Possible / Evergreen". The most important gross sales identify in 2002.
2002 Jennifer Lopez began a six-week run at No.1 on the US charter "Ain & # 39; s Funny."
2003 Ray Jackson, who discovered a popularity with Lindisfarni, took authorized action towards Rod Stewart within the 1970s "Maggie May." Jackson claimed to have arrived on the world-class Mandolin melody of world hits and claimed that he had lost a minimum of 1m as a result of he did not get a credit score for the distinctive "hook" of the monitor. paid only £ 15 for Stewart's recording session in 1971.
2004 Elton John announced his intention to marry his long-term associate David Furnish if the new UK regulation allowed it. By way of the Parliament, a draft regulation on civil society was held to provide the homosexual couple larger rights.
2005 50 Cent revealed The Bloodbath, monitoring his 6x platinum debut "Get Rich or Die Tryin". The album bought over one million songs in its first week and went to 4x platinum in two months. The album's success gave 50 Cent 5 of the top 5 singles in 2005.
2008 Beatles engineer Norman Smith died at the age of 85. Smith, who worked in each studio that recorded the band between 1962 and 1965, was named “Normal Norman,” John Lennon. As a producer in 1966, he signed Pink Floyd and produced his early albums, akin to Saucerful of Secrets, and since Hurricane Smith had the "No Let It Die" hit in 1971 UK No.2.
The £ 1m Ferrari owned by Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay was broken outdoors the Suffolk Lodge when the driving force's aspect window and the Ferrari Enzo windshield have been crushed. A 21-year-old man was arrested after the incident.
2009 To have fun the twelfth anniversary of U2's launch and the weekly appearance of the weekend with David Letterman Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York briefly moved a part of 53th Road of Midtown Manhattan's U2 Approach.
2010 A lady who claimed to be a wife of Sean # D Diddy Combs was launched from a $ 5,000 (£ 3,326) guarantee when arrested close to Rappers' residence in Long Island, New York. Cemelia Green claimed to be married to a rapper and a producer who is claimed to be value about $ 350 million (£ 233 million). There was no official remark from Combs, who was single.
2012 American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose died of a self-inflicted 64-year-old wound. The guitarist who led the Montrose and Gamma bands had suffered from prostate cancer. Montrose had also labored with Edgar Winter, Van Morrison, Dan Hartman, Sammy Hagar and lots of other artists.
2015 Keith Richards opposed the development of a planned £ 1.5m cafe on the seashore close to a farmhouse. The guitarist objected to a brand new improvement near his Redlands House, the place he was arrested with Mick Jagger in 1967 for a drug monitor. Richards opposes the deliberate restaurant reserved for West Wittering on West Sussex.
2017 American guitarist Jim Fuller from Surfar died at the age of 69 years. The Surf had 1963 US No. 2 and the United Kingdom No. 3 Wipe Out, and Fuller is called the "godfather" of surf music, California's instrumental music. Together with his Fender guitar, he added the recognition of Leo Fender's instruments.
2017 American jazz-ukulele musician Lyle Ritz died at the age of 87 years. As a band guitarist he joined Wrecking Crew's favorite band of studio musicians in Los Angeles. Ritz has compiled greater than 5,000 audio recordings featuring exceptional songs comparable to Herb Alpert's “A Honey of Honey”, The Righteous Brothers, which you’ve lost in Lovin's Feelin, and Seashore Boys “Good Vibrations”.

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