Eastern Pa Music

Eastern Pa Music LOCAL MUSIC Support Page for the Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Jim Thorpe plus surrounding areas include Reading, Philadelphia, Central Pa and New Jersey.
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We are what you call a real musicians support system with out all the BS our You Tube Channel is not monetized and what does that mean ? No commercials or ads by foregoing the latter (non monetized channel) we do not profit even a nickel off the musicians and yes we have muchos generated traffic on the channel..... AREA COVERED BY THE FOLLOWING Lehigh Valley & the World - Jim Jarrell ( Jim Jarrell Promotions ) >Eastern Pa - Sam Younes >Quakertown & Bucks County w/ Mary Pierce Entertainment

We are what you call a real musicians support system with out all the BS our You Tube Channel is not monetized and what does that mean ? No commercials or ads by foregoing the latter (non monetized channel) we do not profit even a nickel off the musicians and yes we have muchos generated traffic on the channel..... AREA COVERED BY THE FOLLOWING Lehigh Valley & the World - Jim Jarrell ( Jim Jarrell Promotions ) >Eastern Pa - Sam Younes >Quakertown & Bucks County w/ Mary Pierce Entertainment

Mission: To support local music in the Pennsylvania - New Jersey area and plug touring artist gigas in those specified areas....

\♬/ Aug 14th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/
08/14/2020

\♬/ Aug 14th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/

\♬/ Aug 14th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/

1956: Washington DC disc jockey Bob Rickman forms the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Elvis Presley after reading too many news articles that make him out to be a hick and/or a threat to society.
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1958: At approximately 3:00 am, Gladys Presley, mother of Elvis, dies at age 46 from a heart attack brought on by hepatitis. His father, Vernon, calls Elvis immediately and he rushes to her bedside, wailing loudly and praying over her lifeless body. Elvis refuses an autopsy. Gladys' body is transported to Graceland and will lie in state there for two days, with her son simply staring at her, until Vernon insists she be buried.
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1962: With producer George Martin unhappy with his drumming (and, some say, the group unhappy about his teen idol looks), Pete Best is officially let go from the Beatles. Manager Brian Epstein doesn't tell him until three days later, however, after one more performance at Liverpool's Cavern Club, giving him no real reason for the sacking and cutting off contact with the other members of the group. (Lennon admitted to the group's "cowardly" handling of the event in a later interview.) Ringo Starr, drummer for fellow Liverpool scenemakers Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, is asked to join the group.
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1966: The Beatles played the first rock concert held at Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium before 24,000 people.
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1967: Britain's new Marine Broadcasting Offences Act goes into effect, forcing all but one of the country's famous "pirate" (i.e., unlicensed) radio stations off the air. Radio Caroline remains on the air for another six months or so.
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1970: After being found crawling along a motel hallway in La Jolla, CA, incoherent and "combative," Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills and Nash is arrested for possession of cocaine and barbiturates.

1971: Diana Ross becomes the proud mother of her first child, Rhonda Suzanne Silberstein; Ross soon marries her manager, Robert Ellis Silberstein, a few days later to mask the fact that the baby is actually the child of Motown's currently married founder, Berry Gordy.
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1974: Neil Peart made his live debut as Rush’s drummer at a concert at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh opening for Uriah Heep & Manfred Mann’s Earth Band.
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1970: Stephen Stills was arrested for possession of cocaine and barbiturates after being found crawling in a motel hallway in La Jolla, CA.
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1981: Four years after his untimely death, a Memphis judge rules that Elvis Presley's estate is no longer financially beholden to his manager, "Colonel" Tom Parker.
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1985: Acting on the advice of his good friend Paul McCartney to invest his Thriller money in music publishing, Michael Jackson secretly makes a winning bid of $47.5 million for the rights to over 250 Lennon-McCartney Beatles songs owned by ATV publishing. When he finds out, McCartney is livid, stating "I think it's dodgy to do things like that. To be someone's friend and then buy the rug they're standing on."
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1991: Tony Orlando and his wife Francine become the proud parents of their first child, Jenny Rose.
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1992: Wayne Newton files for bankruptcy.
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1994: Clifton Clowers, the real-life Tennessee mountain man who was the subject of Claude King's 1964 country smash "Wolverton Mountain," dies at the ripe old age of 101, still on the mountain (which is actually spelled "Woolverton"). Clowers apparently couldn't keep suitors away from his daughters as well as the legend suggested, as he leaves behind fifteen grandchildren, twenty-seven great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.
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1995: The Grateful Dead meet and decide to break up after the recent tragedy of founder/leader Jerry Garcia's death.
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1999: Former teen idol Leif Garrett pleads guilty to drug possession in Los Angeles and is ordered into rehab.
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1999: Former Van Halen and Extreme singer Gary Cherone received the Courage Award from the American Life League for his stance against abortion.
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2003: The Northeast Blackout of 2003 caused Bob Dylan, The Stooges & the Aerosmith/Kiss co-headlining tour to cancel tonight’s scheduled concerts.
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2004: Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts announced that he was being treated for throat cancer.
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2008: Jackson Browne sued Republican Party presidential candidate John McCain and the Republican National Committee over unauthorized use of his song “Running on Empty” in a McCain campaign commercial in Ohio.
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Birthdays
1926: Buddy Greco
1940: Dash Crofts (Seals and Crofts)
1941: David Crosby (Crosby, Stills and Nash)
1941: Connie Smith
1942: Lionel Morton (The Four Pennies)
1946: Larry Graham (Sly and the Family Stone)
1947: George Newsome (Climax Blues Band)
1947: Maddy Prior (Steeleye Span)
1951: Slim Dunlap (The Replacements)
1956: Sharon Bryant (Atlantic Starr)
1961: Sarah Brightman
1963: Jez Willis (Utah Saints)
1965: Mark Collins (The Charlatans)
1966: Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses, Breeders)
1970: Kevin Cadogan (Third Eye Blind)
1974: Ana Matronic, (Ana Lynch), vocals, Scissor Sisters)
1977: Ed Harcourt

Deaths
1964: Johnny Burnette
1965: Charles Fizer (The Olympics)
1988: Roy Buchanan
1988: Robert Calvert (Hawkwind)
1992: Tony Williams (The Platters)
2002: Dave Williams (Drowning Pool)
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Released
1965: The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy (Single)
1971: Rod Stewart - Maggie May (Single)
1976: Nick Lowe - So It Goes
1976: Steve Miller Band - Rock 'N Me (Single)

Recording
1964: The Beatles: "I'm A Loser," "Mr. Moonlight"
1968: The Beatles, "Yer Blues"
1971: Elton John: "Indian Sunset," "Rotten Peaches," "Madman Across The Water"
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Number Ones – U.S. Singles
1965: Sonny & Cher - 'I Got You Babe

Number Ones – U.S. Albums
2005: Faith Hill - Fireflies', Hill.
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Number Ones – U.K. Singles
1993: Freddie Mercury - Living on My Own
1999: Ronan Keating - 'When You Say Nothing At All
2005: James Blunt - Back to Bedlam .

Number Ones – U.K. Albums
2005: James Blunt - 'You're Beautiful'

\♬/ Aug 13th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/
08/13/2020

\♬/ Aug 13th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/

\♬/ Aug 13th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/

1965 - Jefferson Airplane made their live debut at San Francisco's Matrix Club. The photograph of the members of Jefferson Airplane that was featured on the front cover of their best-known album, Surrealistic Pillow (1967), was taken inside the Matrix.
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1965 - Mike Smith, lead singer of The Dave Clark Five, suffered two broken ribs when he was pulled off the stage by fans. The group were in Chicago at the beginning of a US tour.
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1965 - The Beatles arrived at Kennedy International Airport for a tour of North America. The tour was not a happy one for The Beatles, John Lennon took to screaming off-microphone obscenities at the audiences.
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1966 - The Rolling Stones peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart with “Mother’s Little Helper” which was their eighth top ten single in the U.S.
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1971 - Saxophonist King Curtis Ousley was stabbed to death by a vagrant on the front steps of his New York home. Ousley had worked with John Lennon and also played on The Coasters 'Yakety Yak'.
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1971 - John Lennon flew from Heathrow Airport to New York, he never set foot on British soil again.
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1971 - Pink Floyd played their first ever-Australian date when they appeared at the Festival Hall in Melbourne. The group, who were on an Asia Pacific tour, played just one other date in Australia - Sydney, two nights later.
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1975 - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band began a five night showcase stand at New York City’s Bottom Line shortly before the release of Born to Run.
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1977 - Bachman-Turner Overdrive announced they were splitting up. They would reunite in 1983 before splitting up again in 2005.
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1980 - Four masked robbers broke in to Todd Rundgren's New York house and proceeded to steal Hi-Fi equipment and paintings after tying the musician up. It was reported that one of the intruders had been humming his hit 'I Saw The Light'.
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1982 - American soul singer Joe Tex died at his home in Navasota, Texas, following a heart attack, just five days after his 49th birthday. Had nine US Top 40 hits including the 1972 US No.2 single 'I Gotcha'.
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1982 - Major American record companies including CBS Atlantic and Warner Brothers all made staff cut-backs as the industry plunged into 'the worst shape in its history'.
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1999 - Detroit Rock City a movie about four teenagers who travel to Detroit to see Kiss in concert premiered in theaters. The movie bombed at the box office, but would go on to become a cult classic.
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1992 - Neil Diamond played the first of six sold-out nights at Madison Square Garden in New York. Diamond would bring in over $40 million from touring this year, the second highest in the music industry.
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1994 - Members from Oasis and The Verve were arrested after smashing up a hotel bar and breaking into a church to steal communion wine. Both bands had been appearing at Hulsfred Festival in Sweden. More on Oasis
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1994 - Woodstock '94 was held in Saugerties, New York, attended by over 350,000 fans, the festival featured Green Day, Nine Inch Nails, Aerosmith and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Tickets cost $135.00, (£89.00).
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1999 - Ex Guns N' Roses member Slash was arrested accused of assaulting his girlfriend at his Sunset Boulevard recording studio by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies. He was released on bail. More on Guns N' Roses
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1999 - Mick Jagger's marriage to model Jerry Hall was been declared null and void at the High Court in London. Neither Jagger nor Hall were present for the 30-minute hearing before Mr Justice Connell. After hearing evidence on behalf of Hall the judge ruled their "marriage" in Bali in 1990 was not valid either in Indonesia or under English law, and a decree of nullity was granted to Hall. The annulment avoided what had been expected to be a long and costly court battle, in which Ms Hall, 43, was reportedly seeking a £30m share of Jagger's wealth.
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2002 - Adam Ant pleaded guilty to threatening drinkers at The Prince Of Wales Pub in London in January of this year. The former 1980's pop star had returned to the bar with a starting pistol after being refused entry. He had also thrown a car alternator through the window of the pub.
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2004 - Angels' by Robbie Williams was voted the best single which should have been a number one but never was, in a poll for music channel VH1. The ballad, which reached No.4 in December 1997, beat Savage Garden's ‘Truly, Madly, Deeply’ and Aerosmith's 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing.' Other songs said to have deserved a number one included Madonna with ‘Ray of Light’, ‘Beautiful Stranger’, ‘Crazy For You’ and ‘Material Girl’, Bon Jovi with ‘Always’ and Oasis with ‘Wonderwall’ and ‘Live Forever’. Sir Cliff Richard's hit 'Millennium Prayer' was voted the worst number one single of all time.
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2007 - Amy Winehouse pulled out of two Rolling Stones gigs in Hamburg Germany citing exhaustion, British group Starsailor replaced Winehouse for the shows.
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Birthdays
1940 - John Stokes (The Bachelors)
1949 - Cliff Fish (Paper Lace)
1951 - Dan Fogelberg ( d. Dec 2007)
1958 - Feargal Sharkey, singer, The Undertones)
1959 - Mark Nevin (Fairground Attraction)
1959 - Michael Bradley (The Undertones')
1959 - Danny Bonaduce (The Partridge Family)
1982 - LeAnn Rimes
1984 - Diamond Blue Smith (Pretty Ricky)
1984 - James Morrison

Deaths
2009 - Les Paul
2013 - Jon Brookes (The Charlatans).
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Recorded
1969 - The Guess Who - American Woman
1952 - Willie Mae (Big Mama) Thornton - 'Hound Dog'
1964 - The Supremes - Baby Love

Released:
1973 - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Pronounced 'lĕh-'nérd 'skin-'nérd
1982 - Don Henley - I Can’t Stand Still
1991 - Metallica - The Black Album
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Number Ones – U.S. Singles
1966 - Lovin Spoonful - Summer In The City
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Number Ones – U.K. Singles
1964 - Manfred Mann - Do Wah Diddy Diddy
1983 - KC and the Sunshine Band - Give It Up

Number Ones – U.K. Albums
1977 - Yes - Going For The One

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KISS Announces Summer 2021 U.S. Tour With DAVID LEE ROTH
08/12/2020
KISS Announces Summer 2021 U.S. Tour With DAVID LEE ROTH

KISS Announces Summer 2021 U.S. Tour With DAVID LEE ROTH

KISS has announced the rescheduled dates for the latest U.S. leg of its "End Of The Road" tour. The shows, which will once again feature support from VAN HALEN singer David Lee Roth, will kick off ...

\♬/ Aug 12th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/
08/12/2020

\♬/ Aug 12th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/

\♬/ Aug 12th: On This Day in Music History! \♬/

1877 - The first sound recording (Mary Had a Little Lamb) is made by Thomas Edison.
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1957 - Frankie Lymon left the Teenagers for a solo career.
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1960 - Pete Best auditioned to become a member of the Silver Beatles.
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1963 - Jim Ed Brown became a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
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1964 - The Beatles' film A Hard Days Night opened in 500 American theaters.
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1966 - The Beatles opened their final U.S. tour in Chicago.
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1967 - Fleetwood Mac performs live for the first time at England's Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival.
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1968 - John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page & Robert Plant met each other for the first time for a rehearsal. The first song they played was “Train Kept A-Rollin’”.
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1969 - Blind Faith made their live debut at Madison Square Garden in New York.
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1970 - A tribute to Woody Guthrie was held at the Hollywood Bowl with artists including Bob Dylan and Joan Baez.
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1972 - Alice Cooper reached the top of the U.K. Singles Chart with “School’s Out” which spent three weeks on top of the chart. It was Cooper’s only number one single in the U.K.
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1977 - Original Police member Henri Padovani quit the group, leaving them with three members.
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1984 - Lionel Richie performed All Night Long at the closing ceremonies of the Los Angeles Olympics.
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1989 - The two day Moscow Music Peace Festival kicked off at Lenin Stadium to promote fighting drug abuse in Russia & the U.S. Artists on the bill included Bon Jovi, Cinderella, Motley Crue, Ozzy Osbourne, the Scorpions and Skid Row.
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1989 - Great White peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart with their cover of Ian Hunter’s “Once Bitten, Twice Shy” which was their only top ten single in the U.S.
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1993 - Paula Abdul won in a suit against her by one of her backup singers who claimed that she had done most of the vocals on the album Forever Your Girl.
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1993 - Neil Young kicked off the North American leg of his tour at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, SD. Young was backed by Booker T & the MG’s on this tour & the tour would feature opening acts such as Soundgarden & Pearl Jam.
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1993 - Jesse Tobias became the guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, replacing Arik Marshall.
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1994 - 94 kicked off in Saugerties, NY. The three day festival included performances by Aerosmith, the Allman Brothers Band, The Band, Joe Cocker, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, Metallica, Todd Rundgren, Santana & Traffic.
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1994 - Heart began a five night stand at the Backstage Club in Seattle to record their acoustic album The Road Home which was released the following year.
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1995 - A wake was held for Jerry Garcia in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.
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1998 - Scott Weiland of the Stone Temple Pilots plead guilty to heroin possession and is sent to a drug treatment facility for three months.
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1999 - It was Porter Wagoner Day in Missouri.
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1999 - Alice Cooper’s music publisher reached an out of court settlement with Kiss’ music publisher over a claim that Kiss’ song “Dreamin’” sounded a little too close to Alice Cooper’s breakthrough hit “I’m Eighteen”.
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1999 - Bruce Springsteen's record setting 15-show stand at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, NJ came to an end.
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2000 - .38 Special were almost seriously injured at a Mancos, CA outdoor show when a gust of wind brought ten tons of equipment down on them.
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Birthdays
1907 - Gladys Bentley (d. 1960)
1912 - Rex Griffin (d. 1959)
1920 - Percy Mayfield (d. 1984)
1926 - Joe Jones (d. 2005)
1927 - Porter Wagoner (d. 2007)
1929 - Buck Owens (d. 2006)
1940 - Rod Bernard
1941 - Craig Douglas
1943 - Lesley Duncan (d. 2010)
1945 - Ron Mael (Sparks)
1948 - Cliff Fish (Paper Lace)
1949 - Mark Knopfler
1950 - August Darnell (Kid Creole & the Coconuts)
1953 - Jerry Speiser (Men at Work)
1954 - Pat Metheny
1955 - Heintje
1956 - Danny Shirley (Confederate Railroad)
1958 - Jürgen Dehmel (Nena)
1961 - Roy Hay (Culture Club)
1963 - Sir Mix-a-Lot (born Anthony Ray)
1965 - Bon Harris (Nitzer Ebb)
1968 - Paul Tucker (Lighthouse Family)
1969 - Tanita Tikaram
1972 - Del The Funky Homosapian (born Teren Jones)
1975 - Bill Uechi (Save Farris)
1980 - Matt Thiessen (Reliant K)

Deaths
1985 - Kyu Sakamoto - Plane crash
1992 - John Cage - Stroke
1997 - Luther Allison - Cancer
2010 - Richie Hayward (Little Feat) - Liver cancer
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Released
1981 - Shot of Love - Bob Dylan

Broadcasts
1956 - Ed Sullivan Show - Platters
1967 - American Bandstand - Diana Ross & the Supremes
1972 - American Bandstand - Jim Croce
1997 - Fleetwood Mac Reunion Concert (MTV)
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Number Ones – U.S. Singles
1978 - Three Times a Lady - Commodores (2 weeks)
1989 - Right Here Waiting - Richard Marx (3 weeks)
2000 - Incomplete - Sisqo (2 weeks)

Number Ones – U.S. Albums
1950 - South Pacific - Original Cast (2 weeks (52 previous weeks at number 1))
1995 - E. 1999 Eternal - Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (2 weeks)
2006 - LeToya - LeToya (1 week)

Number Ones – U.S. R&B Singles
1972 - I'm Still in Love With You - Al Green (2 weeks)
1977 - Three Times a Lady - Commodores (2 weeks)
1989 - Batdance - Prince (1 week)
2006 - Shoulder Lean - Young Dro Featuring T.I. (3 weeks)

Number Ones – U.S. Country Singles
1972 - Bless Your Heart - Freddie Hart (2 weeks)
1978 - You Don't Love Me Anymore - Eddie Rabbitt (1 week)
1989 - Timber, I'm Falling in Love - Patty Loveless (1 week)
1995 - I Didn't Know My Own Strength - Lorrie Morgan (1 week)
2000 - What About Now - Lonestar (4 weeks)
2006 - If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows) - Rodney Atkins (4 weeks)
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Number Ones – U.K. Singles
1972 - School's Out - Alice Cooper (3 weeks)
2001 - 21 Seconds - So Solid Crew (1 weeks)
2007 - With Every Heartbeat - Robyn with Kleerup (1 week)

Number Ones – U.K. Albums
1972 - 20 Fantastic Hits - Various Artists (5 weeks)
2001 - Right Now - Atomic Kitten (1 week)
2007 - Made of Bricks - Kate Nash (1 week)

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