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June 14th

1945, Born on this day, Rod Argent, keyboards, The Zombies, (1964 UK No.12 single 'She's Not There'). Argent, (1972 UK No.5 single 'Hold Your Head Up'). Now a TV and film composer.

1949, Born on this day, Alan White, drummer, Plastic Ono Band, (1970 UK No.5 single 'Instant Karma'), Yes, (1977 UK No.7 single 'Wonderous Stories').

1949, Born on this day, Born on this day, Jim Lea, bass, piano, violin, Slade, (1971 UK No.1 single 'Coz I Luv You', plus five other UK No.1 hits and 18 UK Top 40 hit singles).

1953, Elvis Presley graduated from IC Hulmes High School in Memphis; his graduation photo shows him to have a split curl in the middle of his forehead, later to become his trademark.

1958, Born on this day, Nick Van Ede, Cutting Crew, (1987 US No.1 & 1986 UK No.4 single 'I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight').

1961, Born on this day, George O'Dowd, (Boy George), singer, DJ. Culture Club, (1983 UK No.1 & 1984 US No.1 single 'Karma Chameleon'). Solo, (1987 UK No.1 single 'Everything I Own').

1961, Country singer Patsy Cline was involved in a near fatal car crash in Nashville; she sustained head injuries after being thrown through the windscreen.

1963, Born on this day, Chris Degarmo, Queensryche, (1992 UK No.18 single 'Silent Lucidity').

1963, during a UK tour The Beatles played at New Brighton Tower supported by Gerry and the Pacemakers. Tickets cost 6 shillings in advance.

1964, 12-year-old Carol Dryden was discovered by railway workers packed in a tea chest on a station platform addressed to The Beatles.

1964, Touring Australia The Beatles arrived in Melbourne and were greeted at the airport by over 5,000 fans. Another 20,000 fans lined the route from the airport to the hotel, army and navy units were brought in to help control the crowds, cars were crushed, hundreds of girls fainted and over 50 people were admitted to hospital with broken bones.

1968, Pink Floyd appeared at the Midsummer Ball, University College London, Bloomsbury, England.

1969, Mick Taylor was invited to do a session with The Rolling Stones after Mick Jagger phoned him. The guitarist was then asked if he would join the band. (he stayed with The Stones until 1974).

1970, Derek and the Dominoes played their first gig when they appeared at London's Lyceum.

1971, Born on this day, Billy Myers, UK female singer, (1998 UK No. 4 single 'Kiss The Rain').

1974, Ray Stevens was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'The Streak' a song about the latest British craze of streaking, (running naked in a public place).

1975, America went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Sister Golden Hair', the groups second US No.1. Not a hit in the UK.

1980, Billy Joel started a six-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Glass Houses', his second US No.1 album.

1980, Peter Gabriel scored his first UK No.1 album with his third solo release 'Peter Gabriel'.

1983, Born on this day Siobhan Donaghy, vocals, The Sugababes, (2002 UK No.1 single, 'Round Round', 2002 UK No.2 album 'Angels With Dirty Faces').

1984, a model of Boy George from Culture Club was unveiled at Madame Tussaud's Waxworks in London on his 23rd birthday.

1986, Bob Geldof was named in HRH The Queen's Birthday Honours List, receiving an honorary Knighthood in recognition of his humanitarian activities.

1986, Patti Labelle and Michael McDonald started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'On My Own'. The pair recorded their vocal parts separately and had never met until after the song went to number one.

1986, Queen scored their 5th UK No.1 album with 'A Kind Of Magic', featuring the single 'One Vision'.

1986, Three fans died during an Ozzy Osbourne gig at Long Beach Arena, California after falling from a balcony.

1987, Madonna played the first date on her Who's That Girl World Tour at the Osaka Stadium, Osaka, Japan. The tour became the highest-grossing tour ever, grossing over $20 million.

1989, Pete De Freitas drummer with Echo And The Bunnymen was killed at the age of 27, when his motorbike collided with a car.

1994, Composer Henry Mancini died aged 70. Wrote the music to 'Moon River, which was originally sung in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's by Audrey Hepburn, was also the theme song for the Andy Williams television show. Had the 1969 US No.1 single 'Love Theme from Romeo And Juliet.' Recorded over 90 albums, contributed music to over 100 movies, including 'Theme From The Pink Panther.'

1995, Irish guitarist Rory Gallagher died after a chest infection set in following a liver transplant. Had been a member of Taste before going solo.

1997, Puff Daddy and Faith Evans started a 11 week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'I'll Be Missing You', a tribute to the late Notorious B.I.G. Also a No.1 in the UK.

1997, The Verve were forced to cancel a UK tour starting at The Leadmill, Sheffield after singer Richard Ashcroft contracted a viral infection.

1997, The Wu-Tang Clan went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Wu- Tang Forever'.

2000, Noel Gallagher from Oasis was voted into first place in Melody Maker's annual 'Un-coolest People in Rock' survey. Marilyn Manson came second and Robbie Williams was voted third.

2002, during an UK visit Michael Jackson made a tour of Parliament and was shown the monarch's throne in the House of Lords. Whenever Jackson went outside he called for an umbrella to shield his face from the sun.

2002, former East 17 singer Brian Harvey was jailed for 56 days at the High Court London after breaching an injunction taken out by his estranged wife.

2002, Mick Jagger became a Sir when he was knighted in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

2003, Bryan Adams, Iggy Pop and Paul Weller all appeared at a weekend festival at The Isle Of Wight.

2006, Shakira kicked off her 99 date Oral Fixation world tour in Zaragoza, Spain.

2008, Usher was at No.1 on the US album chart with his fifth studio album ‘Here I Stand.’

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June 15th

1929, Born on this day, Nigel Pickering, Spanky And Our Gang, (1967 US No.9 single 'Sunday Will Never Be The Same Again').

1933, Born on this day, Waylon Jennings, US country singer. (1980 US No.21 single 'Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard'), plus country No.1 hits. Played bass with Buddy Holly in 1959. Jennings died on February 13th 2002.

1941, Born on this day, Harry Nilsson, US singer, songwriter, (1972 UK & US No.1 single with his version of The Badfinger song 'Without You', 1969 US No.6 single 'Everybody's Talkin' from the film Midnight Cowboy'). The Monkees, Three Dog Night & Ronettes all covered his songs. He died on January 15th 1994.

1943, Born on this day, Johnny Halliday, 'the French Elvis', major star in Europe. Jimmy Page, Peter Frampton and Foreigner's Mick Jones have played on his records.

1943, Born on this day, Muff Winwood, The Spencer Davis Group, (1966 UK No.1 single 'Keep On Running). Became a producer and A&R man for Sony Records.

1946, Born on this day, Noddy Holder, guitar, vocals, Slade, (1971 UK No.1 single 'Coz I Luv You', plus five other UK No.1 singles and 18 UK Top 40 hits. Now a TV actor, (The Grimleys), radio and TV presenter.

1947, Born on this day, Demis Roussos, singer, (1976 UK No.1 EP, featuring 'Forever And Ever').

1949, Born on this day, Russell Hitchcock, vocals, Air Supply, (1980 UK No.11 single 'All Out Of Love', 1981 US No.1 single 'The One That You Love').

1951, Born on this day, Steve Walsh, Kansas, (1978 US No.3 single 'Dust In The Wind', 1978 UK No.59 single 'Carry On Wayward Son').

1956, Born on this day, David Hinds, Steel Pulse, (1978 UK No.35 single 'Prodigal Son').

1958, Born on this day, Neil Arthur, Blancmange, (1982 UK No.7 single 'Living On The Ceiling').

1958, ITV's pop show 'Oh Boy', was broadcast for the first time in the UK.

1961, On this weeks UK singles chart: No.5, Clarence Frogman Henry, 'But I Do', No.4, Ricky Nelson, 'Hello Marylou', No.3, The Shadows, 'The Frightened City', No.2, Del Shannon, 'Runaway', No.1, Elvis Presley, 'Surrender.'

1963, Kyu Sakamoto started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Sukiyaki’, the first-ever Japanese song to do so. It made No.6 on the UK chart in 1963 and was also a No.10 UK single for Kenny Ball in the same year.

1964, The Beatles touring Australia played two sets at the Festival Hall, Melbourne.

1965, Bob Dylan recorded what would be his first 'electric' hit, 'Like A Rolling Stone' which peaked at No.2 in the US and No.4 on the UK singles chart.

1965, The Rolling Stones kicked off an 8-date mini-European tour at The Odeon Theatre in Glasgow, Scotland, supported by The Hollies.

1966, Born on this day, Michael Britt, guitar, Lonestar, (2000 US No.1 & UK No. 21 single ‘Amazed’).

1967, Guitarist Peter Green quit the John Mayall Band. Green went on to form Fleetwood Mac.

1969, during a UK tour Led Zeppelin appeared at The Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.

1970, Mick Fleetwood from Fleetwood Mac married Jenny Boyd.

1974, Abba's debut album 'Waterloo' entered the UK chart for the first time peaking at No.28.

1974, Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Billy Don't Be A Hero', The song was a UK No.1 for Paper Lace.

1974, Elvis Presley played the first night of an 18 date US tour by playing four shows at the Tarrant County Center, Forth Worth, Texas.

1976, The Sex Pistols recorded their first demos in Clapham's Majestic studios followed by a gig that night at The 100 club, London.

1976, Born on this day, Gary Lightbody, guitar, vocals, Snow Patrol, (2006 UK No.1 album ‘Eyes Open’, 2006 UK No.6 single ‘Chasing Cars’).

1976, Born on this day, Dryden Vera Mitchell, US singer, Alien Ant Farm, (2001 Australian No.1 & UK No.3 single ‘Smooth Criminal’).

1977, The Sex Pistols held a party on a boat as it sailed down The River Thames in London. The Pistols performed 'Anarchy In The UK' outside The Houses Of Parliament resulting in members from the party being arrested when the boat docked later that day.

1978, Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers appeared at Hull University, Hull, England.

1978, Racing Cars appeared at Poole Arts Centre, Poole, England.

1978, during a European tour Bob Dylan played the first of six sold out nights at London's Earl Court.

1981, Born on this day, Billy Martin, guitarist, Good Charlotte, (2002 US No.7 album, ‘The Young And The Hopeless’, 2003 UK No.6 single ‘Girls and Boys’).

1982, Pete Farndon bass player with The Pretenders was fired from the group, he went on to form a group with Topper Headon from The Clash. Farndon was found dead in his bath on 14th April 1983.

1985, Born on this day, Nadine Coyle, Girls Aloud, (2002 UK No.1 single 'Sound Of The Underground').

1985, Bryan Ferry went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Boys And Girls' his first solo No.1 LP.

1985, Dire Straits started a nine-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with, 'Brothers In Arms'.

1986, U2 and Sting headlined a concert in New Jersey celebrating 25 years of Amnesty International.

1988, During Bruce Springsteen's stay in Rome during a world tour a photographer took a shot of Bruce in his underpants sharing an intimate moment with his backing singer Patti Scialfa. The picture confirmed the rumours that Bruce and Patti were having an affair.

1989, Nirvana's debut album 'Bleach' was released in the US. The title for the album came from a poster 'Bleach Your Works' urging drug users to bleach their needles.

1991, Paula Abdul started a five week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Rush Rush', her 5th US No.1, a No.6 hit in the UK.

1993, Jamiroquai appeared at The Riverside, Newcastle upon Tyne, England.

1996, US jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald died in Beverly Hills, California, aged 79. Already blinded by the effects of diabetes, Fitzgerald had both her legs amputated in 1993. Winner of 13 Grammy Awards, the 1956 'Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook' was the first of eight "Songbook" sets. Appeared in the TV commercial for Memorex, where she sang a note that shattered a glass while being recorded on a Memorex cassette tape. The tape was played back and the recording also broke the glass, asking "Is it live, or is it Memorex?"

2000, Rapper Flesh-N-Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony was convicted of assault with a firearm and for being an ex-convict in criminal possession of a firearm after threatening a friend with an AK-47.

2002, a rare autographed copy of The Beatles’ album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band sold at auction for £34,000 ($57,800), more than five times the estimated price.
2002, Pulp kicked off a 5-date UK tour at Sherwood Pines, Nottinghamshire.

2003, Radiohead scored their fourth UK No.1 album with ‘Hail To The Thief.’

2003, Metallica were at No.1 on the US album chart with ‘St Anger’, the bands fourth US No.1, a No.3 hit in the UK.

2005, Coldplay went straight to No.1 on US album chart with their third album 'X&Y', having already entered at number one in the UK. The last time a British artist had a simultaneous US and UK number one was in November 2000 with '1', a compilation of hits by The Beatles. The last studio album to reach number one on both sides of the Atlantic was Radiohead's 'Kid A' in October 2000. 'X&Y' went on to top over 30 global charts.

2005, Destiny's Child announced they would disband upon completion of their current world tour.

2008, Liverpool was voted England's most musical city in a national campaign set up by the Arts Council. The home of The Beatles, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, OMD and The Zutons took 49% of the vote in an online poll set up by the funding body. Sheffield - which brought the world the Arctic Monkeys and Pulp - came second, while Manchester with Oasis, Stone Roses and The Smiths came third.

2008, Coldplay went to No.1 on the UK album chart with their fourth studio album ‘Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends.’

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June 16th

1941, Born on this day, Lamont Dozier, (Holland/Dozier/Holland), producer, songwriter, wrote many hits for Motown records, including The Supremes, Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas plus Freda Payne and Chairmen Of The Board.

1942, Born on this day, Edward Levert, The O'Jays, (1973 US No.1 & UK No.9 single 'Love Train').

1946, Born on this day, Ian Matthews, singer, Fairport Convention, Matthews Southern Comfort, (1970 UK No.1 & 1971 US No. 23 single 'Woodstock'). Solo.

1949, Born on this day, Peppy Castro, The Blue Magoos, (1967 US No.5 single, 'We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet').

1950, Born on this day, James Smith, vocals, The Stylistics, (1974 US No.2 single 'You Make Me Feel Brand New', 1975 UK No.1 single 'Can't Give You Anything But My Love' plus 15 other UK Top 40 singles).

1953, Born on this day, Ian Mosley, drums, Marillion, (joined in 1983, 1985 UK No.2 single 'Kayleigh').

1954, Born on this day, Gerry Roberts, guitar, The Boomtown Rats, (1979 UK No.1 single 'I Don't Like Mondays' plus 10 other UK Top 40 hit singles).

1958, Born on this day, Patrick Waite, Musical Youth, (1982 UK No.1 single 'Pass The Dutchie'). Waite died on 13th February 1993.

1959, Russ Conway was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Roulette'. The English pianist's second No.1 hit.

1962, The Konrads (featuring Dave Jay later to become David Bowie), made their live debut when they played at Bromley Technical School in Kent, England.

1964, The Rolling Stones paid £1,500 ($2,500) in return air fares from America back to the UK to honour a booking made a year earlier for £100 ($170) at Magdalen College Oxford.

1966, Born on this day, MC Ren, NWA, (1990 UK No.26 single 'Express Yourself').

1966, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (featuring guitarist Eric Clapton), appeared at The Marquee Club, London, England.

1966, Cliff Richard joined evangelist Billy Graham on stage at Earls Court London and talked about his discovery of the Christian faith.

1966, The Beatles made a surprise live appearance on the UK television program Top of the Pops, performing ‘Paperback Writer’ and ‘Rain’. It became The Beatles' last live musical television appearance, with the sole exception of the June 1967 worldwide transmission of ‘All You Need Is Love’.

1967, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown and Soft Machine both appeared at The Liverpool Love Festival in Liverpool, England.

1967, The three day Monterey Pop Festival in California began. All the proceeds went to charity when all the artists agreed to perform for free, the “Summer of Love” was born. The festival saw the first major US appearances by The Who, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin. Also on the bill: The Byrds, Grateful Dead, Otis Redding, Simon & Garfunkel, The Steve Miller Band, Canned Heat, The Mamas And The Papas, Jefferson Airplane, Buffalo Springfield and The Electric Flag. Tickets cost $3.50–6.50 (£2–3.80). John Phillips, of The Mamas and The Papas would later write, ‘San Francisco’ (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair) about the festival, which became a hit for Scott McKenzie.

1969, Free appeared at Friars, Aylesbury, England.

1970, Mungo Jerry were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'In The Summertime'. It went on to become the best selling UK single of 1970 spending seven weeks at No.1 and was a hit in 26 other countries. The UK release was a maxi-single playing at 33 rpm, (whereas singles generally played at 45 rpm).

1971, Born on this day, Tupac Amaru Shakur, (born Lesane Parish Crooks). Died from bullet wounds on September 13th 1996. 1996 US No.1 single 'How Do U Want It / California Love.' 1996 UK No. 6 single, 'California Love'.

1973, Suzi Quatro had her first UK No.1 single with the Nicky Chinn & Mike Chapman song 'Can The Can'. 10CC were at No.2 with 'Rubber Bullets' and Fleetwood Mac at No.3 with 'Albatross.'

1974, Tangerine Dream made their live UK debut at London's Victoria Palace.

1976, The Jackson Five four-week summer variety show premiered on CBS- TV featuring The Jacksons plus sisters Latoya, Rebbie and Janet.

1977, Kenny Rogers was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Lucille'. It was the American Country music singer's first of two UK No.1's.

1979, Donna Summer scored her second US No.1 album with 'Bad Girls'.

1979, UK TV re-launched the music show 'Juke Box Dury' hosted this time by Radio 1 DJ Noel Edmunds.

1979, The Electric Light Orchestra started a five-week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Discovery' their first No.1 LP, featuring the tracks 'Shine A Little Love', 'Don't Bring Me Down' and 'The Diary Of Horace Wimp'.

1980, The Blues Brothers film starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd premiered in Chicago. The film also featured Aretha Franklin, James Brown and Ray Charles in the role of a streetwise storeowner.

1982, Pretenders guitarist James Honeyman-Scott died following sustained cocaine and heroin addiction.

1982, Donny Vanzant of 38 Special was arrested on stage in Tulsa, Oklahoma, (a dry town) for drinking alcohol in a public place.

1984, Frankie Goes To Hollywood had their second UK No.1 single with 'Two Tribes.' It stayed at No.1 for nine weeks making Frankie Goes To Hollywood the first band to have their first two singles go to the top of the UK chart. During this run the group's previous single 'Relax' climbed back up the charts to No.2.

1985, The Style Council appeared at The Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland.

1988, Vince Neil of Motley Crue married mud wrestler Sharisse Rudell.

1989, the first day of the UK three day Glastonbury Festival took place featuring Van Morrison, Elvis Costello, Throwing Muses, Pixies, All About Eve, Hot House Flowers, The Waterboys, Suzanne Vega and Fairground Attraction. Tickets cost £28 ($48).

1990, After a court battle, pop duo Bros paid over £40,000 in settlement of a legal dispute over management.

1990, Roxette started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'It Must Have Been Love'. The song, taken from the film 'Pretty Woman' became the duo's third US No.1 and a No.3 hit in the UK.

1994, Kristen Pfaff, bass player with Hole was found dead in her bathtub due to a heroin overdose aged 26.

1994, Oasis played at The Erotika Club, Paris in France, the bands first gig outside the UK.

1996, Metallica went to No.1 on the UK album charts with their album 'Load'.

1996, Rage Against The Machine, Beastie Boys, Smashing Pumpkins, Fugees, Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Lee Hooker, Beck, Sonic Youth, Yoko Ono, De La Soul and Richie Havens all appeared at the two-day Tibetan Freedom Concert, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco: A sell-out crowd of over 100,000 made it the largest US benefit concert since Live Aid in 1985.

1999, Screaming Lord Sutch was found dead after hanging himself. The singer turned politician was 58. He was the first long-haired pop star-boasting hair over 18 inches long and the self-styled lord (real name David Sutch), was Britain's longest-serving political leader, standing in nearly 40 elections.

1999, Cher kicked off her 122 date 'Believe Tour' at the America West Arena in Phoenix, Arizona.

2000, On the first night of his 'Up in Smoke' tour in Chula Vista, Snoop Dogg's tour bus was stopped at the Temecula border checkpoint in San Diego after the border patrol smelled marijuana wafting from the tour bus. One member of the crew was arrested.

2002, 46 years after his first hit, Elvis Presley started a four week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'A Little Less Conversation', (Elvis vs. JXL), giving Elvis a total of 18 UK No.1 singles, the most by any artist in chart history. This also set a new record for the longest span of No.1 hits with 44 years, 11 months and 9 days. His first UK No.1 single was 'All Shook Up' in 1957.

2007, Rod Stewart married model girlfriend Penny Lancaster on the Italian Riviera just outside the resort of Portofino. The 62 year old singer was previously married to models Alana Hamilton and Rachel Hunter and has seven children in total.

2008, Disturbed were at No.1 on the Australian album chart with ‘Indestuctible.’

2008, Coldplay kicked off their Viva la Vida, 161-date world tour at the Brixton Academy in London, England.

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June 17th

1930, Born on this day, Cliff Gallup, guitarist, Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps, (1956 US No. 7 & UK No. 16 single 'Be-Bop-A-Lula'). Gallup died of a heart attack on October 9th 1988.

1942, Born on this day, Norman Kuhlke, The Swinging Blue Jeans, (1964 UK No.2 and US No.24 single 'Hippy Hippy Shake').

1944, Born on this day, Chris Spedding, session guitarist. Worked with Donovan, David Essex, Lulu, Dusty Springfield, Jack Bruce, Eno, Bryan Ferry, The Wombles. Solo, (1975 UK No.14 single 'Motor Biking'). Also a member of The Sharks.

1946, Born on this day, Barry Manilow, (born Barry Alan Pincus) US singer, songwriter, (1975 US No.1 & UK No.11 single 'Mandy', also wrote 'Could It Be Magic', and 'Copacabana.' Has scored over 25 US Top 40 singles selling over 75 million records worldwide. Had the 2006 US No.1 album ‘The Greatest Songs of the Fifties.’

1947, Born on this day, Eric Lewis, Middle Of The Road, (1971 UK No.1 single 'Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep').

1947, Born on this day, Glenn Buxton, guitar, Alice Cooper Band, (1972 UK No.1 and US No.7 single 'School's Out'). He died October 19th 1997.

1947, Born on this day, Greg Rolie, Santana, (1970 US No.4 single 'Black Magic Woman', 1977 UK No.11 single 'She's Not There').

1947, Born on this day, Paul Young, singer, Sad Cafe, (1979 UK No.3 single 'Every Day Hurts'), Mike and the Mechanics, (1989 UK No.2 single 'The Living Years'). Died on 15th July 2000.

1954, The first edition of UK music paper Record Mirror was published.

1955, After a month of booking gigs in larger venues in Dallas and Houston, Colonel Tom Parker arranged a meeting with Elvis Presley's manager, Bob Neal, resulting in an agreement that saw the Colonel handle Presley's gigs and career strategy from now on.

1957, Born on this day, Philip Chevron, guitar, The Pogues, (1987 UK No.8 single 'The Irish Rover').

1958, Born on this day, Jello Biafra, Dead Kennedys, (1981 UK No.36 single 'Too Drunk To F**k').

1962, Born on this day, Michael Monroe, vocals, Hanoi Rocks, (1984 UK No.61 single 'Up Around The Bend').

1963, The Rolling Stones released their first UK single, 'Come On', it peaked at No.21 on the UK chart.

1965, Born on this day, Richard Hynd, drums, Texas, (1997 UK No.3 single 'Say What You Want', 1997 UK No.1 album 'White On Blonde').

1965, Elvis Presley was at No.1 in the UK with 'Crying In The Chapel' his 15th UK No.1 single.

1965, working at Abbey Road studios in London The Beatles completed work on the new Paul McCartney song ‘Yesterday’ with the overdubbing of an additional vocal track by McCartney and a string quartet. They also recorded ‘Act Naturally’ for Ringo's vocal contribution on the ‘Help!’ album and the song ‘Wait’, in four takes. ‘Wait’ will not be included on ‘Help!’, it was included on the following LP, ‘Rubber Soul’.

1965, The Kinks and the Moody Blues made their US concert debut at the Academy of Music in New York City.

1966, Guitarist Peter Green joined John Mayall's Bluesbreakers.

1969, Born on this day, Kevin Thornton, Color Me Bad, (1991 UK No.1 single 'I Wanna Sex You Up', 1991 US No.1 single 'I Adore Mi Amor').

1971, Carole King went to No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Tapestry’ for the first of 15 consecutive weeks. The album contained ‘It's Too Late’, ‘I Feel the Earth Move’, ‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow?’ and ‘You've Got a Friend’.

1972, Don McLean had his first UK No.1 single with 'Vincent.' The song was written about the 19th century artist Vincent Van Gogh. The song is played daily at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

1972, The Rolling Stones album 'Exile On Main Street' started a four-week run at the top of the US charts, (also No.1 in the UK).

1972, Born on this day, Ricardo Rikrot, UK singer, (2000 UK and US No.1 single with Shaggy ‘It Wasn't Me’).

1973, Dolly Parton recorded ‘I Will Always Love You’ in RCA's Studio "B" in Nashville. Written for her one-time partner and mentor, Porter Wagoner (the two were splitting professionally at the time).

1976, Ian Dury played his last gig with Kilburn and the High Roads before starting his solo career. The show at The Assembly Hall, Walthamstow also had The Sex Pistols and The Stranglers on the bill.

1977, After Jimmy Helms pulled out of a gig at Shoreditch College, the members of the social committee decided to call upon famous local, Elton John who lived up the road and ask if he would perform. Elton did the gig for two bottles of wine.

1978, Andy Gibb became the first solo artist in the history of the US charts to have his first three releases reach No.1, when ‘Shadow Dancing’ hit the top of the chart. Spending seven weeks at No.1 it became the best selling single in the US in 1978.

1978, 'You're The One That I Want' by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John started a nine week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart. The song was from the film Grease.

1979, Anita Ward was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Ring My Bell'. The only hit for the gospel singer from Memphis, making her a One-hit Wonder.

1980, Van Halen kicked off a 6-date UK tour at Newcastle City Hall.

1983, Born on this day, Lee Ryan, singer, Blue, (2002 UK No.1 single 'If You Come Back').

1983, This week's Top 5 UK singles: No.5, Bob Marley, 'Buffalo Soldier', No.4, Yazoo, 'Nobody's Diary', No.3, David Bowie, 'China Girl', No.2, Wham! 'Bad Boys', No.1, The Police, 'Every Breath You Take.'

1985, The Crowd were at No.1 in the UK with a remake of the 1963 hit 'You'll Never Walk Alone.' The single was recorded to raise funds for The Bradford City Football disaster that killed over 50 people. The song featuring Gerry Marsden, Paul McCartney and Rolf Harris, among others.

1987, Florida real estate agent Vittoria Holman sued Motley Crue and their concert promoter for hearing loss allegedly incurred at a concert in December 1985. Holman and her daughter had front row seats less than 10 feet (3 meters) from the speakers. The case was settled out of court with the band's insurance company paying Holman over $30,000. (£18,200).

1989, New Kids On The Block went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'I'll Be Loving You Forever', the groups first US No.1, a No.5 hit in the UK.

1993, Jamiroquai appeared at the Hacienda, Manchester, England.

1999, A teenage girl was crushed to death during a gig by Hole at the Hultsfred Festival, Sweden.

2001, Travis started a four-week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with 'The Invisible Band'.

2005, Pete Doherty was thrown of a yacht after being found smoking crack cocaine. The Babyshambles singer had been invited onto the yacht with his girlfriend Kate Moss by Davinia Taylor, they were asked to leave the party and were dropped off in Porto Cervo.

2007, The Traveling Wilburys went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Collection.' The line of the Wilburys was: George Harrison, (Nelson Wilbury), Jeff Lynne, (Otis Wilbury), Roy Orbison, (Lefty Wilbury), Tom Petty, (Charlie T. Wilbury Jr.) and Bob Dylan, (Lucky Wilbury).

2008, Welsh singer Duffy's single Mercy was named song of the year at the Mojo magazine awards held in London. Best breakthrough act went to The Last Shadow Puppets - the side project of Arctic Monkeys singer Alex Turner. Other acts honoured at the reader-voted Mojo Honours included Led Zeppelin, Paul Weller, the Sex Pistols and Genesis. Ska band the Specials were welcomed into the Mojo Hall of Fame and former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty, won the inspiration award for his contribution to rock music.

2008, George Michael kicked off the North American leg of his ‘25 Live’ 106-date world tour at San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, California.

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1938, Born on this day, Don 'Sugarcane' Harris, US guitarist, pianist, 50's duo Don & Dewey. Worked with Little Richard, John Mayall and Frank Zappa. Died on 30th November 1999.

1942, Born on this day, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, Wings, solo. The most successful rock composer of all time. First met John Lennon on July 6th 1957 who was impressed that Paul could tune a guitar. With The Beatles he scored 21 US No.1 & 17 UK No.1 singles plus McCartney has scored over 30 US & UK solo Top 40 hit singles.

1942, Born on this day, Carl Radle, bass, Derek and the Dominoes, (1972 UK No.7 single 'Layla'). Died of kidney failure June 30th 1980, aged 38. Also worked with George Harrison and Delaney And Bonnie.

1942, Born on this day, Richard Perry, US producer. Member of The Legends during the 60's. Worked with Carly Simon, Barbra Streisand, Ringo Starr, Captain Beefheart, Leo Sayer, Diana Ross, The Pointer Sisters.

1948, Columbia Records started the first mass production of the 33-RPM long player. The new format could contain a maximum of 23 minutes of music per side versus the three minutes that could be squeezed on to a 78 RPM disc.

1952, Born on this day, Ricky Gazda, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, (1978 album 'Hearts Of Stone').

1953, Born on this day, Jerome Smith, guitarist, KC and the Sunshine Band, (1975 US No.1 single 'Get Down Tonight', 1983 UK No.1 single 'Give It Up'). He died on August 2nd 2000 after being crushed by a bulldozer he was operating.

1955, Jimmy Young was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with his version of 'Unchained Melody', (a theme for the obscure prison film Unchained and a hit for the Righteous Brothers in 1965). Young scored another ten Top 40 hit singles and went on to become one of UK's favourite radio DJ's

1957, Born on this day, Tom Bailey, vocals, keyboards, The Thompson Twins, (1984 UK No.2 single 'You Take Me Up', 1984 US No.3 single, 'Hold Me Now').

1961, Born on this day, Alison Moyet, singer, Yazoo, (1982 UK No.2 single 'Only You'). Solo (1985 UK No.2 single 'That Ole Devil Called Love').

1963, Born on this day, Dizzy Reed, keyboards, Guns N' Roses, toured and recorded since 1990.

1964, touring Australia The Beatles played at Sydney Stadium in Sydney. This was Paul McCartney’s 22nd birthday and after the show his guests included 17 girls who were winners of the Daily Mirrors “Why I would like to be a guest at a Beatles birthday party” competition.

1966, This weeks Top 5 UK singles: No.5, Percy Sledge, 'When A Man Love's A Woman', No.4, The Mersey's, 'Sorrow', No.3, The Mamas and the Papas, 'Monday Monday', No.2, The Beatles, 'Paperback Writer', No.1, Frank Sinatra, 'Strangers In The Night.'

1969, Born on this day, Simon Rowbottom, guitarist, The Boo Radleys, (1995 UK No.9 single 'Wake Up Boo').

1971, Born on this day, Nathan Morris, Boyz II Men, (1992 US & UK No.1 single 'End Of The Road').

1973, Born on this day, Gary Stringer, vocals, Reef, (1996 UK No. 6 single ‘Place Your Hands’, 1997 UK No.1 album ‘Glow).

1974, Peter Hoorelbeke drummer with US band Rare Earth was arrested after a concert for throwing his drumsticks into the crowd.

1975, Elvis Presley had a face-lift at Mid South hospital, Memphis.

1976, Phil May quit The Pretty Things after being with the group for 11 years.

1976, Abba gave a special live performance in Stockholm for Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf and Silvia Sommerlath on the eve of their wedding.

1977, Talking Head Chris Fantz married Tina Weymouth bass player with the band.

1977, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers supported by The Boomtown Rats appeared at Friars, Aylesbury, England.

1977, Fleetwood Mac went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Dreams', the group's first and only US No.1, it made No.24 in the UK.

1977, Johnny Rotten and Paul Cook of The Sex Pistols were stabbed and beaten in a car park outside a London pub.

1977, The Beatles 'Live At The Hollywood Bowl' went to No.1 on the UK album chart, the album featured recordings from 23rd August 1964 and 30th August 1965.

1983, Swiss band Yello released the first three- dimensional picture disc, complete with 3-D glasses.

1988, George Michael appeared live at the Glasgow SEC on his “Faith” tour. Tickets cost £11 ($19).

1988, 'Doctorin' The Tardis' by The Timelords was at No.1 on the UK singles chart. The Timelords were Scottish duo Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, who formed KLF. The song was a mash-up of the Doctor Who theme music, Gary Glitter's 'Rock and Roll (Part Two)' with sections from 'Blockbuster!' by Sweet.

1988, Rick Astley went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Together Forever', his second US No.1, a No.2 hit in the UK.

1993, A&M Records chairman Jerry Moss and vice-chairman Herb Alpert announced they were leaving the company they founded more than 30 years earlier. They had sold A&M in 1990 to Polygram for $500 million. Moss and Alpert started the label in the garage of Alpert's Los Angeles home in 1962. The label was the home to such acts as The Police, Bryan Adams, Joan Baez, Flying Burrito Brothers, The Carpenters, Joe Cocker, Supertramp and Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass.

1994, The Beastie Boys entered the US album chart at No.1 with 'III Communication'.

1997, during a North American tour U2 played the first of two nights at Oakland Coliseum, San Francisco supported by Oasis.

2000, it was reported that sales of pirate music CDs had now exceeded more than 500 million a year and accounted for one in every five sold. The Phonographic Industry estimated it was costing the music industry £3 billion ($5.1 billion) in lost sales.
2000, S Club 7 went to No.1 on the UK album chart with '7'.

2000, Rapper Nate Dogg was arrested for allegedly kidnapping his girlfriend from her mother's house, holding her against her will, assaulting her and setting a car on fire. All charges were later dismissed.

2002, The ex-husband of Spice Girl Mel B appeared in court on a charge of assaulting a three year- old boy. Dancer Jimmy Guizar denied assaulting the child in a play area at London Zoo.

2002, U2 lost a bid to prevent the demolition of Hanover Quay studio in Dublin. Over 8,000 fans signed an online petition to preserve the studio, where the group recorded ‘All That You Can't Leave Behind’ and some of their ‘Pop’ album.

2003, Pop Idol creator Simon Fuller became the first British music manager since The Beatles’ Brian Epstein to hold the top three positions in the US singles chart. Fuller, who steered the Spice Girls and S Club 7 to success, was in charge of bestselling artists Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard, together with the American Idol 2 Final 10. During 2003 Fuller sold more than ten million records around the world and has had 96 No.1 singles and 79 top-placed albums in both the US and UK during his career. He was named in the latest Sunday Times Rich List as the 359th wealthiest person in the UK with assets of £90 million ($153 million).

2006, Keane started a two week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Under The Iron Sea' the bands second No.1 album.

2008, A Lost Angeles hotel filed a lawsuit against Phil Spector for failing to pay more than $100,000 (£61,000), in outstanding bills for lawyers and expert witnesses in his murder trial. The Westin Bonaventure Hotel claimed that by the time Spector's trial ended with a hung jury, the defendants owed the hotel more than $104,000 (£63,400).

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June 19th

1936, Born on this day, Tommy Devito, The Four Seasons, (1976 UK & US No.1 single 'December 1963, Oh What A Night').

1939, Born on this day, Al Wilson, US singer, (1974 US No.1 single 'Show And Tell').

1942, Born on this day, Elaine McFarlane, Spanky And Our Gang, (1967 US No.9 single 'Sunday Will Never Be The Same Again'). Joined the re- formed Mama and the Papas in 1982.

1944, Born on this day, Robin Box, White Plains, (1970 UK No.8 single 'Julie Do Ya Love Me').

1948, Born on this day, Nick Drake UK singer, songwriter, (1972 album 'Pink Moon'). Drake committed suicide on November 25th 1974 aged 26.

1951, Born on this day, Ann Wilson, vocals, Heart, (1987 US No.1 & UK No.3 single 'Alone').

1957, Born on this day, Maxi Jazz (Maxwell Fraser), rapper, Faithless, (1996 UK No.3 album ‘Insomnia’).

1959, Born on this day, Mark Debarge, Debarge, (1985 UK No.4 single 'Rhythm Of The Night').

1960, Born on this day, Dennis Fuller, London Boys, (1989 UK No.2 single 'London Nights'). He was killed in a car crash with London Boy partner Edem Ephraim on January 21st 1996.

1961, Pat Boone went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Moody River', the single reached No.18 in the UK.

1963, Born on this day, Paula Abdul, singer, dancer, (1990 US No.1 & UK No.2 single 'Opposites Attract' plus five other US No.1 singles. 1989 album 'Forever Your Girl' spent ten weeks as US No.1.). Judge on American Idol TV show.

1963, Born on this day, Simon Wright, drummer, AC/DC, joined in 1983. Joined Dio in 1989.

1964, touring Australia for the first and only time The Beatles played a second night at Sydney Stadium in Sydney.

1965, The Who, Manfred Mann, Long John Baldry, The Birds, Solomon Burke, Zoot Money and Marianne Faithfull all appeared at Uxbridge Blues Festival, England.

1965, The Four Tops went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'I Can't Help Myself'. Lead singer Levi Stubbs had not been satisfied with the recording session and was promised that he could do it again the following day, but no other session ever took place. The track that became a hit was just the second take of the song.

1967, during an interview with Life Magazine Paul McCartney admitted that he had taken the drug LSD.

1968, The Rolling Stones scored their seventh UK No.1 single when 'Jumpin Jack Flash' hit the top of the charts.

1970, Born on this day, Brian Welch, guitar, Korn, (1998 UK No.23 single 'Got The Life', 1998 US No.1 album 'Follow The Leader').

1971, Carole King started a five week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'It's Too Late / I Feel The Earth Move'. Both songs were from her 'Tapestry' album.

1974, The Jackson Five played two shows at the Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland.

1974, The Delinquents a band featuring Mick Jones (later of The Clash) made their debut at the Students union bar, Queen Elizabeth College, Kensington.

1976, future Smiths singer Steve Morrissey had a letter published in this weeks music magazine Record Mirror and Disc asking the editor why they paper had not included any stories on The Sex Pistols.

1977, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers supported by The Boomtown Rats appeared at The Rainbow, London.

1977, Six men wielding knives and iron bars outside Shepherd's Bush underground station beat up Paul Cook from The Sex Pistols. Cook required 15 stitches to a head wound.

1978, The Rolling Stones played the Palladium, in New York City during their summer tour of North America.

1980, US singer Donna Summer became the first act to be signed by David Geffen to his new Geffen record label.

1982, Culture Club appeared at the recently opened Hacienda Club in Manchester, England.

1985, the first showing of a new pop quiz show today on UK TV, 'Poparound' which was hosted by DJ Gary Crowley.
1987, Guns N' Roses made their UK live debut at a sold out Marquee Club in London.

1990, Prince played the first of 12 sold-out nights at Wembley Arena in London, England on his current Nude European tour.

1992, The Greenpeace Stop Sellafield, campaign concert took place at G-Mex in Manchester, England with U2, Big Audio Dynamite II, Public Enemy and Kraftwerk.

1993, Tina Turner went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'What's Love Got To Do With It'.

2000, Eminem was to be immortalised in animation, with a new cartoon series, which would be hosted on a new web site. 26 weekly 'webisodes' would be broadcast on the site, featuring Eminem providing all the voices.

2003, G-Man from So Solid Crew was jailed for four years for possessing a loaded handgun. The 24 year-old dumped a loaded gun during a police chase in London last November. He'd always denied it, as well as denying knowing anything about 11 other bullets that were found in a flat in south London. The jury in London's Southwark Crown Court heard evidence that DNA found on the weapon matched his, and found him guilty.

2007, Darren Hayes, formerly of Australian pop duo Savage Garden, married his boyfriend Richard Cullen in a civil partnership ceremony in London. Hayes was previously married to make-up artist Colby Taylor between 1997 and 1999.

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June 20th

1920, Born on this day, Danny Cedrone American guitarist and bandleader, best known for his work with Bill Haley & His Comets. Cedrone played the lead guitar break on ‘Rock Around The Clock’ with Bill Haley and His Comets. He died on 17th June 1954, ten days after the session, of a broken neck after falling down a staircase.

1924, Born on this day, Chet Atkins, guitarist, 1960 UK No.46 single 'Teensville'. Recorded over 100 albums during his career, major influence on George Harrison and Mark Knopfler. Atkins died on June 30th 2001, aged 77.

1936, Born on this day, Billy Guy, The Coasters, (1958 US No.1 single 'Yakety Yak', 1959 UK No.6 single 'Charlie Brown').

1936, Born on this day, Mickie Most, record producer. Member of The Most Brothers during late 50's. Produced hits for The Animals, Hermans Hermits, Lulu and Jeff Beck. Ran his own label, RAK during the 1970's, hits with Hot Chocolate, Suzi Quatro and Mud. Most died on May 30th 2003, aged 67.

1937, Born on this day, Jerry Keller, US singer, (1959 UK No.1 and US No. 14 single 'Here Comes Summer'). A one-hit Wonder in UK.

1942, Born on this day, Brian Wilson, singer, songwriter, The Beach Boys, (1966 UK & US No.1 single 'Good Vibrations', plus over 25 other UK Top 40 singles. 1966 classic album 'Pet Sounds'). Released and toured the 'lost' Beach Boys 'Smile' album in 2004.

1946, Born on this day, Anne Murray, singer, songwriter, (1978 US No.1 & UK No.22 single 'You Needed Me').

1948, Toast Of The Town, which would later be called The Ed Sullivan Show, premiered on CBS-TV. The first show was produced on a budget of $1,375. Only $375 was allocated for talent and $200 of that was shared by the young stars of that night's program, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

1949, Born on this day, Lionel Richie, vocals, keyboards, The Commodores, (1978 UK & US No.1 single 'Three Times A Lady') solo, (1984 UK & US No.1 single 'Hello' plus over 10 other UK Top 40 hit singles).

1953, Born on this day, Alan Longmuir, Bay City Rollers, (1975 UK No.1 single 'Bye Bye Baby', plus 11 other UK Top 20 singles', 1976 US No.1 single 'Saturday Night').

1953, Eddie Fisher was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'I’m Walking Behind You'. The American singer had a variety television series, Coke Time with Eddie Fisher on NBC from 1953–1957.

1954, Born on this day, Michael Anthony, bass guitarist, Van Halen and other acts. Anthony markets a line of hot sauces and related products named Mad Anthony.

1958, Born on this day, Kelly Johnson, Girlschool, (1981 UK No.5 single with Motorhead, 'St Valentines Massacre EP').

1958, Born on this day, Simon Underwood, Pigbag, (1982 UK No.3 single 'Papa's Got A Brand New Pigbag').

1960, Born on this day, Chris Gibson, The Gibson Brothers, (1979 UK No.5 single 'Que Sera Mi Vida').

1960, Born on this day, John Taylor, bass, Duran Duran, (1983 UK No.1 single 'Is There Something I Should Know', plus 25 other UK Top 40 singles, 1984 US No.1 single 'The Reflex'), The Power Station, (1985 UK No.14 single 'Some Like It Hot')

1963, Gerry And The Pacemakers were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'I Like It', the group's second No.1.

1964, touring Australia The Beatles played a third night at Sydney Stadium in Sydney.

1965, The Beatles begin a 14-day European tour with two performances at the Palais Des Sports in Paris, France. The Beatles' set list for this tour: ‘Twist and Shout’, ‘She's a Woman’, ‘I'm a Loser’, ‘Can't Buy Me Love’, ‘Baby's In Black’, ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’, ‘A Hard Day's Night’, ‘Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby’, ‘Rock and Roll Music’, ‘I Feel Fine’, ‘Ticket to Ride’, and ‘Long Tall Sally’.

1966, Born on this day, Stone Gossard, guitar, Pearl Jam, (1992 UK No.15 single 'Jeremy', 1993 US No.1 & UK No.2 album 'Vs', 1994 US No.1 & UK No.4 album Vitalogy' and 1996 US No.1 & UK No.3 album 'No Code') Also a member of Brad.

1967, Born on this day, Murphy Karges, Sugar Ray, (1999 UK No. 10 single 'Every Morning').

1968, Born on this day, Jeordie Osborne White (Twiggy Ramirez), bass, Marilyn Manson, (1998 US No.1 album, 'Mechanical Animals', UK No. 12 single, 'The Dope Show'). Nine Inch Nails, (2005 US No.1 album ‘White Teeth’). Also a member of Goon Moon and A Perfect Circle.

1969, David Bowie recorded 'Space Oddity' at Trident Studios London. The track went on to become a UK No.1 when re-released in 1975.

1969, the first of a three day Festival in Newport, California, featuring: Ike And Tina Turner, Marvin Gaye, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Byrds, The Rascals, Steppenwolf, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Janis Joplin, Johnny Winter, Eric Burdon and Love. A three day ticket cost $15 (£8.80). Hendrix received $125,000 for his appearance, at the time it was the highest fee ever paid to a rock act for a single appearance.

1971, On this week's UK singles chart, No.5, Tammi Lynn, 'I'm Gonna Run Away From You', No.4, Blue Mink, 'The Banner Man', No.3, Tony Christie, 'I Did What I Did For Maria', No.2, Dawn, 'Knock Three Times', and at No.1, Middle Of The Road 'Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep', the Scottish group's only No.1 hit.

1972, Born on this day, Chino Moreno, vocals, Deftones, (2003 US No.2 & UK No.7 album ‘Deftones’).

1973, Bruce Tate singer with US 50's Doo-Wop group The Penguins died. (1954 US No.8 single 'Earth Angel').

1973, Neil Diamond appeared on the 20th anniversary show of American Bandstand. The US TV show also featured Little Richard, Cheech and Chong, Paul Revere and the Raiders and Three Dog Night.

1974, Van Morrison, The Allman Brothers, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Tim Buckley, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band and The Doobie Brothers all appeared at Knebworth Park, Stevenage, England. A special PA system was used for the event, claiming to be the best ever for an outside show, weighing 12 tons and needing five technicians.

1979, Born on this day, Charlotte Hatherley, guitar, vocals, Ash, (1995 UK No.11 single 'Girl From Mars').

1980, during a UK tour Fleetwood Mac played the first of six sold-out nights at Wembley Arena, London, England.

1981, Stars on 45 went to No.1 on the US singles chart, a medley of Beatles songs set to a disco beat. It was the start of a flood of 'Stars On' hits including Stars on Stevie Wonder, punk songs, Status Quo and Chas & Dave.

1985, Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr married Angela Brown in San Francisco.

1986, Phil Collins, Dire Straits, Tina Turner and Elton John all appeared at the fourth annual 'Prince's Trust Rock Gala' held in London.

1987, Soul singer Teddy Pendergrass married Karen Still.

1987, The Firm were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Star Trekkin', a novelty song parodying the characters of Star Trek.

1987, Aerosmith appeared at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, the first night on their Permanent Vacation 147 date world tour.

1989, during a UK tour The Stone Roses appeared at the Riverside in Newcastle upon Tyne.

1992, Mariah Carey scored her sixth US No.1 single with 'I'll Be There', a No.2 hit in the UK. The song was also a US No.1 for The Jackson Five in 1970.

1995, Jeff Buckley played the first night of a UK tour at The Queens Hall, Edinburgh.

1997, Lawrence Payton of The Four Tops died from liver cancer aged 59. (1965 US No.1 single 'I Can't Help Myself', 1967 UK No.6 single 'Standing In The Shadows of Love').

1998, Black Sabbath, Foo Fighters, Korn, Pantera, Soulfly, Slayer, Fear Factory, Coal Chamber, Life of Agony, Limp Bizkit, Entombed, Human Waste Project, Neurosis, and Pitchshifter all appeared at Ozzfest, Milton Keynes Bowl, England.

1998, Embrace went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'The Good Will Out'.

1998, Baddiel, Skinner & Lightning Seeds went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Three Lions '98' released for the football World Cup 98.

1999, Jamiroquai went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Synkronized', the group's second No.1 album.

1999, Dutch-based dance act The Vengaboys went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!'

2000, The Ronettes were awarded $2.6 million (£1.5 million) in “back earnings” from Phil Spector. New York judge Paula Omansky ruled that the legendary producer had cheated them out of royalties.

2004, Britney Spears went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Everytime', the singers fifth UK No.1. Velvet Revolver were at No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Contraband.'

2004, Organisers at a Paul McCartney gig hired three jets to spray dry ice into the clouds so it wouldn’t rain during the concert. The gig in Petersburg, Russia, was McCartney’s 3,000 concert appearance. He had performed 2,535 gigs with the Quarrymen and the Beatles, 140 gigs with Wings and 325 solo shows.

2006, Claydes Charles Smith, co-founder and lead guitarist of Kool & the Gang died aged 57 after a long illness. They had the 1981 US No.1 & UK No.7 single 'Celebration' and 15 other Top 40 hits.

2008, American singer songwriter Jimmy Buffett announced that his Margaritaville Holdings has partnered with New York gambling company Coastal Marina to buy the Trump Marina Hotel Casino for $316 million. His vast business empire also included tequila, beer, frozen food, footwear, restaurants, a resort, a record label and a recording studio. In 2006, Rolling Stone magazine estimated Buffett's earnings at $44 million.

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1932, Born on this day, Lalo Schifrin, composer and arranger of film soundtracks, (1976 UK No.14 single Jaws').

1936, Born on this day, O.C. Smith, singer, (1968 US No.1 single 'Little Green Apples' and 1968 UK No.2 single 'The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp'). He died on November 23rd 2001.

1944, Born on this day, Ray Davies, guitar, vocals, The Kinks, (1964 UK No.1 & US No.7 'You Really Got Me', 1967 UK No.2 single 'Waterloo Sunset' plus 19 other UK Top 40 singles. 1983 US No.6 single 'Come Dancing').

1944, Born on this day, Miguel Vicens, Los Bravos, (1966 UK No.2 & US No.4 single 'Black Is Black'). First Spanish rock band to have a UK & US hit single.

1944, Born on this day, Jon Hiseman, drums, Colosseum, (1969 album, 'Valentyne Suite').

1945, Born on this day, Chris Britton, guitar, The Troggs, (1966 US No.1 & UK No.2 single 'Wild Thing').
1948, Born on this day, Joey Molland, guitar, vocals, Badfinger, (1970 UK No.4 and US No.7 single 'Come And Get It').

1949, Born on this day, Greg Munford, Strawberry Alarm Clock, (1967 US No.1 single 'Incense And Peppermints').

1950, Born on this day, Joey Kramer, drums, Aerosmith, (1989 UK No.13 single 'Love In An Elevator', 1989 album 'Pump' spent 53 weeks on the US charts, 1993 US No.1 & UK No.2 album 'Get A Grip', 1998 US No.1 & UK No.4 single 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing').

1951, Born on this day, Alan Silson, Smokie, (1975 UK No.3 single 'If You Think You Know How To Love Me').

1953, Born on this day, Nils Lofgren, guitar, piano, vocals. He joined Neil Young's band at age 17, playing piano on the album After the Gold Rush. From 1971 to 1974 recorded four albums with his own band, Grin. Solo 1976 UK No.8 album, 'Cry Tough'. Joined Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band in 1984. And member of Ringo Starr's All-Starr Band.

1957, Born on this day, Mark Brzezicki, drums, Big Country, (1983 UK No.10 single 'Fields Of Fire' plus 14 other UK Top 40 singles).

1959, Born on this day, Marcella Detroit, vocals, Shakespear's Sister, (1992 UK No.1 single 'Stay').

1966, Reg Calvert manager of The Fortunes, Screaming Lord Sutch and the owner of offshore pirate radio station Radio City was shot dead by business rival William Smedley during a confrontation. (Smedley was the owner of pirate station Radio Caroline). Smedley was later cleared of the murder.

1966, Jimmy Page made his live debut with The Yardbirds at the Marquee Club, London.

1966, after a North American tour The Rolling Stones sued 14 hotels over a booking ban in New York, claiming that the ban was violating civil rights laws.

1966, Tom Jones needed 14 stitches in his forehead after his Jaguar was involved in a car crash in Marble Arch, London.

1966, working at Abbey Road studios in London, The Beatles recorded from start to finish, a new John Lennon song ‘She Said She Said’. The song was reportedly based on a bizarre conversation that Lennon had with Peter Fonda while John and George Harrison were tripping on LSD.

1967, Born on this day, Tim Simenon, Bomb The Bass, (1988 UK No.2 single 'Beat Dis').

1968, Born on this day, Sonia Clarke, (Sonique), singer, DJ, 2000 UK No.1 & US No.5 single 'It Feels So Good'.

1968, Geno Washington, The Move, Fairport Convention, Marmalade, Family, Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, Spooky Tooth, Tramline, Savoy Brown Blues Band and Baron Richtofen all appeared at the Midsummer Nights Dream, Burton Constable Hall, in Humberside, England.

1972, Gary Glitter made his Top Of The Pops debut, performing 'Rock & Roll Part 2'.

1975, Elton John, The Beach Boys, Joe Walsh, Rufus and The Eagles all appeared in front of 120,000 fans at Wembley Stadium, London. Tickets cost £3.50 ($5.95).

1975, Captain and Tennille started a four week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with the Neil Sedaka song 'Love Will Keep Us Together', it made No.32 in the UK.

1975, Guitarist Ritchie Blackmore quit Deep Purple to form his own group Rainbow.

1975, Born on this day, Lee Gaze, lead guitarist, Lostprophets, (2006 UK No.1 album ‘Liberation Transmission’).

1976, Country singer Reba McEntire married rodeo champion Charlie Battles. Divorced in 1987.

1976, Born on this day, Michael Einziger, Incubus, (2004 US No.2 and UK No.6 album ‘A Crow Left of the Murder…’, 2006 US No.1 album ‘Light Grenades’).

1976, touring North America for the first time Wings played the last dates of their 31-date tour with three nights at the Los Angeles Forum.

1977, Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten was attacked in a brawl outside the live music venue Dingwalls in Camden, London.

1977, Aerosmith played at the Tarrant County Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas, on their 81 date Draw The Line Tour.

1979, Angus MacLise, Velvet Underground's first drummer died of tuberculosis aged 34. He quit the band in 1965.

1980, German orchestra leader and songwriter Bert Kaempfert died aged 56. Both Frank Sinatra (Strangers In The Night) and Elvis Presley (Wooden Heart) covered his songs. Kaempfert released over 50 albums. In 1961, he hired The Beatles to back Tony Sheridan on recording sessions for Polydor, (these were the Beatles' first commercial recordings).

1980, the first day of a two day Festival at Loch Lomond, Scotland with The Jam, Tourists, Bad Manners, Wishbone Ash, Saxon, Gillan and The Regents.

1980, The Beach Boys, Santana, Mike Oldfield, Elkie Brooks, Lindisfarne and The Blues Band all appeared at Knebworth '80, Knebworth Park, England, tickets £9.00.

1980, Police arrested The Stranglers after a concert at Nice University for allegedly starting a riot.

1981, Born on this day, Brandon Flowers, vocals, keyboards, The Killers (2005 UK No.1 with their debut album 'Hot Fuss').

1985, this was the first day of this year’s Glastonbury Festival with Aswad, The Boomtown Rats, Clannad, The Colour Field, Ian Dury, King, The Pogues, Midnight Oil, Thompson Twins, Misty In Roots and Maria Muldaur. A three day ticket cost £16 ($27).

1986, Genesis scored their fourth UK No.1 album with 'Invisible Touch'.

1988, The UK leg of Bruce Springsteens' 'Tunnel Of Love Express' tour was at Aston Villa Football Club, Birmingham, England.

1992, The Orb released 'Blue Room' the single had a duration of 39 minutes and 58 seconds, two seconds shorter than the maximum permitted for a single under UK chart rules. The single peaked at No.8.

1997, The Backstreet Boys kicked of a six date UK tour at Sheffield Arena.

1998, Bobby Brown was arrested on charges of sexual battery after an incident at the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel.

1998, Master P was at No.1 on the US album chart with ‘MP Da Last Don.’

2000, 39 year-old Karen McNeil who claimed she was the wife of Axl Rose and that she communicated with him telepathically was jailed for one year for stalking the singer.

2001, John Lee Hooker, American blues singer and guitarist died in his sleep aged 83. Had hits will 'Boom Boom', 'Dimples' and 'I'm In The Mood'. His songs have been covered by many artists including Cream, AC/DC, ZZ Top, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Van Morrison, The Yardbirds, The Doors and The White Stripes. He appeared and sang in the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers.

2008, Disturbed were at No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Indestructible’ the bands third consecutive US No.1.

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Has it been 8 years since JLHooker died? Damn were does time go? :(

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1936, Born on this day, Kris Kristofferson, US singer, songwriter, actor, (wrote 'Me And Bobby McGee', 'Help Me Make It Through The Night.' Acting roles include 'Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid' and 'A Star Is Born' with Barbra Streisand.

1943, Born on this day, Jimmy Castor, US singer, (1972 US No.6 single 'Troglodyte Cave Man').

1944, Born on this day, Peter Asher, Peter and Gordon, (1964 UK & US No.1 single 'World Without Love', written by Lennon & McCartney). Producer and Head of Apple Records in late 60's.

1947, Born on this day, Howard Kaylan, The Turtles, (1967 US No.1 single 'Happy Together', 1967 UK No.4 single 'She'd Rather Be With Me'). Flo and Eddie, worked with Frank Zappa, T Rex, Bruce Springsteen.

1948, Born on this day, Todd Rundgren, US guitarist, singer, producer, Nazz, Utopia, solo, (1972 US No.16 & 1973 UK No.36 single 'I Saw The Light'). Produced Meat Loaf 'Bat Out Of Hell' album.

1949, Born on this day, Alan Osmond, The Osmonds, (1971 US No.1 single 'One Bad Apple', 1974 UK No.1 single 'Love Me For A Reason', plus 9 other US & UK Top 40 singles').
1953, Born on this day, Cyndi Lauper, US singer, (1984 US No.1 single 'Time After Time', UK No.2 single 'Girls Just Want To Have Fun').

1956, Born on this day, Derek Forbes, bass, Simple Minds, (1985 US No.1 single 'Don't You, Forget About Me', 1989 UK No.1 single 'Belfast Child', plus over 20 other UK Top 40 singles).

1956, Born on this day, Green Gartside, Scritti Politti, (1984 UK No.10 single 'Wood Beez, Pray Like Aretha Franklin').

1956, Elvis Presley started a three-day run playing 10 shows at the Paramount Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. The stage manager was told; "Pull all white lights. Presley works all in color, Presley act has no encore. When he leaves the stage, immediately close curtains.”

1957, Born on this day, Gary Beers, bass, INXS, (1988 UK No.2 & US No.1 single 'Need You Tonight'). 1987 album 'Kick' has sold over 10m copies in the US alone and features four Top 10 singles; 'Need You Tonight,' 'Devil Inside', 'New Sensation,' and 'Never Tear Us Apart.'

1958, Vic Damone was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'On The Street Where You Live.' The song was from the hit musical 'My Fair Lady'.

1959, Born on this day, Alan Anton, bass, Cowboy Junkies, (1989 album 'The Trinity Session').

1961, Born on this day, Jimmy Somerville, UK singer, Bronski Beat, (1984 UK No.3 single 'Smalltown Boy'). The Communards, (1986 UK No.1 single 'Don't Leave Me This Way').

1962, Born on this day, Ruby Turner, UK singer, (1987 UK No.24 single 'I'd Rather Go Blind').

1962, Born on this day, Stephen Vaughan, PJ Harvey, (1993 UK No.27 single '50ft Queenie').

1963, 13-year old Stevie Wonder first entered the US singles chart as Little Stevie Wonder with 'Fingertips Parts One and Two.'

1964, Born on this day, Bobby Gillespie, guitar, vocals, Primal Scream, (1994 UK No.7 single 'Rocks'. 1991 UK No. 8 album 'Screamadelica').

1964, Born on this day, Mike Edwards, vocals, Jesus Jones, (1991 UK No.7 single 'International Bright Young Thing').

1964, The Beatles played their first ever show in New Zealand at Wellington Town Hall. The local Chief Constable refused a police escort for The Beatles leaving just two policemen to control over 5,000 fans.

1965, Born on this day, Tom Cunningham, drums, Wet Wet Wet, (1984 UK No.1 single 'Love Is All Around', which spent 15 weeks at No.1, plus over 20 other UK Top 40 singles).

1968, Herb Alpert started a four week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'This Guys In Love With You'. His first No.1 plus first No.1 for the A&M label and the writer's Bacharach and David's first chart topper. A No.3 hit in the UK.

1968, The Jeff Beck group featuring Rod Stewart made their US debut at the Fillmore East, New York.

1968, The Otis Redding album 'Dock Of The Bay' went to No.1 in the UK, (Redding was killed in a plane crash on Dec 10th 1967).

1969, American singer, actress, Judy Garland, died of a barbiturate overdose aged 47, she was found on the floor of her rented Chelsea home, in London, UK. Made more than two dozen films, played Dorothy in the 1939 film 'Wizard Of Oz', sang 'Over The Rainbow' in the film, (voted the 'Song Of The Century' in a 2001 poll published in America). 1961 US No.1 comeback album 'Judy At Carnegie Hall'.

1970, Born on this day, Steven Page, guitar, vocals, Barenaked Ladies, (1998 US No.1 & UK No.5 single 'One Week').

1971, Melanie, Quintessence, The Edgar Broughton Band, Pink Fairies, Terry Reid, Gong, David Bowie, Hawkwind, Arthur Brown, Brinsley Schwarz, Fairport Convention and Family all appeared at the second Glastonbury Festival in England.

1974, Gary Glitter was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Always Yours', his third UK No.1.

1974, Gordon Lightfoot started a two-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Sundown'.

1976, Born on this day, Sally Polihronas, Bardot, winners of the Australian Popstars reality show, (2000 Australian No.1 single ‘Poison’, and 2000 Australian No.1 self-titled album).

1977, American guitarist, songwriter and singer Peter Laughner from US punk band Pere Ubu died aged 24.

1980, Don McLean had his second UK No.1 single with the Roy Orbison song 'Crying'. The song had been a No.2 US hit for Orbison in July 1961. In 1987, Orbison rerecorded the song as a duet with k.d. lang as part of the soundtrack for the motion picture, Hiding Out. Their collaboration won the Grammy Award.

1981, Mark Chapman pleaded guilty to the charge of murdering John Lennon in 1980. He was later sentenced to 20 years to life.

1981, Born on this day, Chris Urbanowicz, guitarist, Editors, (2007 UK No.1 album ‘An End Has a Start’).

1985, Bryan Adams started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Heaven', his first No.1 single, it made No.35 in the UK. The song had been featured in the film 'Night In Heaven'.

1985, The soundtrack from the film 'Beverly Hills Cop' started a two-week run at No.1 on the US album chart.

1985, U2, Faith Brothers, Spear of Destiny, Billy Bragg, The Ramones and R.E.M. all appeared at 'The Longest Day', Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, England.

1988, American session guitarist Jesse Ed Davis died of a heroin overdose after collapsing in a laundry room in Venice, California, aged 43. Worked with Conway Twitty, The Monkees, John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Leonard Cohen, Keith Moon, Jackson Browne, Steve Miller, Harry Nilsson and Taj Mahal.

1988, Dennis Lobban was convicted of the murder of reggae star Peter Tosh, and was sentenced to hang by a Jamaican court.

1990, Ry Cooder and David Lindley, The Cure, Happy Mondays, Sinead O’Connor, Deacon Blue, De La Soul, Adamski, Blue Aeroplanes, Julian Cope, Del Amitri, Jesus Jones, James and The Pale Saints all appeared on the first day of this years Glastonbury Festival. A three day ticket cost £38.

1991, N.W.A. went to No.1 on the US album chart with 'EFIL4ZAGGIN'.

1992, Nirvana's Kurt Cobain was rushed to hospital after a gig in Belfast, Northern Ireland suffering from acute stomach pains brought on by ulcers.

1992, Three members of M.C. Hammer's tour crew were wounded in a drive in shooting incident, three days later Joseph Mack, a dancer in Hammer's entourage was shot on stage during a concert in Nevada.

1996, The brother of singer Diana Ross, Arthur Ross and his wife were murdered by suffocation in the basement of their rented Detroit home. The badly decomposed bodies were discovered after neighbors complained of a foul odor coming from the house. Two men were later charged with murder and robbery. Arthur Ross had written songs for Marvin Gaye, The Miracles and Madonna.

1997, Hanson went to No.1 on the UK album chart with their debut album 'Middle Of Nowhere.'

1997, Wu-Tang Clan went to No.1 on the US album chart with 'Wu- Tang Forever.'

2000, After giving himself various new identities' during the 90's, The Artist Formally Known As Prince announced he wanted to be known as Prince again.

2000, Mick Jagger was ordered to reveal his financial worth and income to a New York court in his child support battle with the mother of his last child, Brazilian model Luciana Morad.

2002, U2 guitarist 'The Edge' married his girlfriend of ten years Morleigh Steinberg in Eze in the south of France. The couple first met when she was a belly dancer on the bands Zoo TV tour. Guest's included Bono, Eurythmics Dave Stewart and Lenny Kravitz.

2003, Clay Aiken, runner-up in the 2003 US American Idol went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'This Is The Night.'

2003, Evanescence were at No.1 on the UK album chart with ‘Fallen.’

2003, Luther Vandross was at No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Dance With My Father.’

2008, Coldplay went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Viva La Vida', their first UK No.1. History was made by this single, as it had no physical CD-single release in the UK, being available by internet download only. The song won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 2009.

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