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Today in Music History – February 6, NSF

1916 Bill Doggett was born in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Was American jazz and rhythm and blues pianist and organist. (1956 US No. 2 single "Honky Tonk Parts I & II"). On the age of 80, he died of a coronary heart assault in New York on 13 November 1996.
1941 Dave Berry (David Grundy) was born in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. UK Singer. (1964, The Crying Recreation, No 5, United Kingdom).
1942 John the London session bassist. He labored with Monkees, Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor and The Nitty Gritty Filth Band. London died on February 12, 2000.
1943 Fabian Forte Bonaparte, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. US Singer, (1959 US No. 3 single "Tiger").
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1946 Canadian people singer Kate McGarrigle 1946
1946 Canadian people singer Kate McGarrigle. When married to people singer Loudon Wainwright, Kate is the mom of singers Rufus and Martha Wainwright. He rose up together with his composer sister Anna once they recorded together in the 1970s. McGarrigle died of most cancers on January 18, 2010.
1947 Alan Jones was born in Swansea, South Wales, USA, in Barritone Sax with Amen Corner (1969, United Kingdom No. 1, "If Paradise Is Half As Nice").
1947 Peter Lucia, Tommy James and Shondells, who had a 1966 US single "Hanky ​​Panky" and 1968 UK No. 1 "Mony Mony".
1950 Mike Batt was born in Southampton, Hampshire, England. Songwriter, The Wombles, (1974 UK No.three single "Remember You") Composer "Bright Eyes" 1979 UK Artist 1 Artwork Garfunkel. Discovered UK singer, songwriter Katie Melua.
1950 Natalie Cole, born in Los Angeles, California. United States singer (1989 United Kingdom No. 2 single "Miss You Like Crazy"), Nat ”King's Cole daughter.
1958 George Harrison joined the Liverpool group at The Quarry. The group named after Lennon's faculty introduced John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Len Garry, Eric Griffiths and John Lowen.
1958 Mike Batt was born in Southampton, England. UK musician / singer / songwriter and producer. He wrote the track "Bright Eyes" for Art Garfunkel.
The 1960s 27-year-previous Jesse Belvin, who made the 1956 hit “Goodnight, My Love,” was killed in an accident at Hope in Arkansas. His spouse and the driving force of the automotive also died of their accidents. Three tried to shortly get away from the primary combined-race audience in Little Rock when threats to Belvin's life had been made.
1961 Duane Eddy's "Pepe" reached its peak in # 18 with a US single-shot
1962 Axl Rose was born in Lafayette, Indiana. Weapons N & # 39; Roses Main Vocalist (1988, No. 1 & 1989, United Kingdom No. 6, "Sweet Child O" Mine).
1962 Richie McDonald was born in Lubbock, Texas. Main vocalist / guitarist with Lonestar (2000 US No.1 & UK No. 21 single “Amazed”).
1965 The righteous brothers started a two-week run at No.1 with a US charter, and Phil Spector produced "You've Lost Lovin's Feelin". The music was also in the UK for 1-duo (who were not in any means tied).
1965 Rolling Stones Second Rolling Stones No.2 started three-week run # 1 on UK charts. The album adopted the predecessor's tendency to cover R&B. Nevertheless, it nonetheless contained three compositions by Mick Jagger / Keith Richards songwriter.
1965 "The whole day and all night" of the Kinks was # 7 on a US single map.
1966 Rick Astley (Richard Paul "Rick" Astley), born in Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire. UK Singer, (1987 United Kingdom and US No. 1 single "Never Gonna Give You Up", UK's largest seller 87. Scored 7 other UK Prime 10 hits, 1987 UK No.1 album "Whenever You Need Somebody" 34 weeks in the UK to map.).
1967 Pink Floyd was filmed weekly in British women' magazine Jackie. The journal was one of the best promoting teenage journal in Britain for ten years. Probably the most bought difficulty was the 1972 special edition that hit the UK tour of the American singer David Cassidy.
1970 Eric Clapton was the primary of two nights at The Fillmore East in New York.
1971 Elvis Presley's "I really don't want to know" peak # 21 was a US single listing.
1971 Led Zeppelin announced a small UK membership tour the place the group would see universities and small places with ticket costs at 12 shill (60p). Peter Grant, director of Zeppelin, stated: "We decided to make clubs and forget about bread and big concert halls."
1974 "The Way We Were" by Barbra Streisand was RIAA's Gold Certificates
1980 "Trend" coverage "Dream Police" acquired RIAA's Gold and Platinum
1981 "Middle Man" Boz Scaggs was a Platinum licensed by RIAA. The first release in 1980 included "JoJo" and "Breakdown Dead Ahead".
1981 Abba's "Super Trouper" album is Gold Certified by RIAA
1981 T Rex appeared at St Albans Town Hall during a 15-day UK tour.
1981 Composer Hugo Montenegro died in California. Was the 1968 Nice No Dangerous and The Ugly album from Nice Britain's No. 1 and US No. 2 for Clint Eastwood's spaghetti-western film. Labored in RCA data, produced a collection of albums and soundtracks, and tv themes, together with two music codecs from U.N.C.L.E.
1981 George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney begin to document John Lennon's "All these years" tribute,
1981 in two honors to John Lennon in in the future, Yoko Ono released "Walking On Thin Ice for John in the United States Meanwhile, the three remaining The former Beatles were united under the supervision of George Harrison to record "All these years." One spent 21 weeks on the UK chart
1982 J Geils Band started six weeks on the US single chart in the 1st Century "Centrefold", only in the US No. 1. No.3 hit in the UK. Freeze- Frame ”began a four-week run # 1 on the US album chart the same day.
1982 Thin Lizzy drummer Brian Downey for hospitalization after the attack.
1982 Rolling Stones "Ready for a Pal" Culminated in # 13 with a United States Single
1982 George Benson 1982 "Flip Your Love Round" At Its Highest # 5 US Single Chart
1986 Undertones Singer Feargal Sharkey Mother and Sister Held in armed terrorists in Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
1987 Gary Numan's drive Numa was shut down.
1988 Tiffany started two-week run # 1 with a US charter. Tiffany had recorded the song 5 years ago when she was 13.
1988 Fleetwood Mac's "All over the place" reached its peak on the # 14 US map.
1988 Bangles "Hazy Shade Of Winter" Top # 2
1988 Bruce Springsteen's peak of 1988's love hit # 9 on the US charter
1989 Jamaica's sound designer and producer King Tubby died after being shot outside his home . Worked by Robbie Shakespeare, Sly Dunbar, Carlton Barrett.
1990 Billy Idol suffered serious injuries when he failed to retreat and stopped at the Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
1990 More than 200 women sued Chuck Berry when he claimed that he had secretly portrayed them in his own restaurant's toilet.
1991 The "Immaculate Assortment" video from Madonna was a Gold, Platinum and Multi Platinum 1,50
1992 Sgt. The Beatles' Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album was certified by RIAA's Multi Platinum 8.00
1993 6-February 1993 – Little Angles Little Angles went to No. 1 on the UK album chart. .1 LP.
1993 Lenny Kravitz appeared on the Channel 4 television program "Saturday Zoo" in the UK.
1994 Chaka Demus and Pliers started a two-week run # 1 on the British album chart "Tease Me."
1996 Ex Jam Members Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler reached a high conciliation solution with Paul Weller when he sued him over £ 100,000 when they claimed that they were paid royalties and group bookings.
1998 American singer and guitarist Carl Wilson The Beach Boys died at the age of 51 after a long battle with lung cancer (Wilson was diagnosed with brain and lung cancer at the beginning of 1997). He sang the song "Only God is aware of", "Good vibration" and "I can't hear music." Wilson sang the background song Elton John "Don't let the sundown go to me."
1998 Austrian singer Falco (Johann Holzel) was killed in a traffic accident after a car collided with a bus. He made the 1986 United States and the United States No.1 single "Rock Me Amadeus", which made him the first Austrian book to produce the United Kingdom and the United States No. 1 hit.
2001 The guitarist Don Felder was shot from The Eagles. He later launched a $ 50 million lawyer for drummer Don Henley and guitarist Glen Frey, who claimed that the agreement contained inappropriate contracts. Henley and Frey, on the other hand, accepted Felder for breaching the agreement because Felder had written and tried to sell his rights to "inform all". Both parties made an undisclosed sum out of court.
2004 US singer Faith Evans and her husband Todd Russaw agreed to enroll in a rehabilitation program for drug charges. The prosecutors said the charges for alleged possession of cocaine and marijuana would be calculated if the 13-week rehabilitation arrangements were successful.
2005 Athlete went to No. 1 in the UK album chart with his second album "Vacationer". Kenny Chesney was in the US album map No. 1 "Be As You Are."
2005 Eminem was the United Kingdom's single charter number 1, such as "Like Toy Soldiers", rapper's No. 6, taken from the album Encore. There were samples from Martika's "Toy Troopers" and Paul's "50 Methods to Depart Your Lover".
2007 Frankie Laine died at the age of 93 from heart failure at Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego.
2007 In the center of London, Kylie Minogue & # 39; s Costumes, Awards and Accessories were opened. The Victoria and Albert Museum screens showed her varied picture since 1987 when she used Charlene as Australia's soap neighbors and the golden hot pants she used in her Spinning Around video.
2008 The Los Angeles judge issued an arrest warrant against Britney Spears as the mother made a request to the court. Lynne Spears claimed that 33-year-old Sam Lutfi had been drugged by troubled pop stars and disturbed his economy. In a six-page announcement, Lynne Spears said Lutfi "moved to Britney's residence and needed to regulate her life, house and financial system". His declaration focused on the night of 28 January, a few days before the Grammy award winning superstar was taken to the hospital for mental evaluation.
2008 Feist won the 7th Annual Short Music Award – American Mercury Award. Canadian singer-songwriter won his album The Reminder, which included the song 1234. used by Apple's iPod ad. He was also nominated for four Grammy awards, including the best new artist.
2011 Gary Moore, an Irish guitarist and singer, died of a sleeping heart attack in his hotel room on a holiday in Estepona, Spain. Moore had been a member of Skid Row & # 39; Thin Lizzy & Colosseum II before he went to solo, scoring 1979 for the United States No. 8 Parisienne Walkways. Moor's greatest impact at the beginning was Fleetwood Mac's guitarist Peter Green, who was a mentor in Moor when he performed in Dublin.
2013 It was announced that Warner Music was supposed to buy a record list of Parlophone, formerly part of EMI music from Universal Music, GBP 487 million ($ 765 million). The Parlophone label group also included the Chrysalis and Ensign labels, but The Beatles, part of Parlophone, was exempt from sales. He died on July 23, 2014 at the age of 91.
NME's Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" became the biggest song ever. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was one of the latest songs written for the Nirvana breakthrough album "Nevermind", released in 1991. The remaining 5 best songs were: 5: & # 39; Last Nite & # 39 ;, The Strokes, 4: & # 39; How soon is it now? & # 39; The Smiths, 3: & # 39; I Feel Love, Donna Summer, 2: & # 39; Love Will Tear Us Apart & Joy Division.
2016 American singer-songwriter Dan Hicks, the most famous musician and founder of the seventy-acoustic band Hicks and His Hot Licks, died at the age of 74 when he suffered from throat and liver cancer. Hot Licks hit "I Scare Myself" and "Canned Music", which united a genre like a country, blues, jazz and swing
2017 US Judge Judge Mark Holmes had always been embarrassed toward Michael. Jackson's Thriller, so when the star of former lawyer John Branca appeared before him, he took the opportunity to settle the matter. "What precisely means" 40,000 years of funk "?" Karma, "replied Branca. The trade got here on the primary day of an experiment investigating Michael Jackson's money owed to a taxi man. It made the Jackson group's unusual state of affairs claim that the star was much smaller when his image was destroyed by accusations of child molestation, bleaching and drug use.

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