In 1957 "The Big Record," a record hop style show hosted by Patti Page premieres on CBS-TV with guests Sal Mineo and Tony Bennett.
In 1961 "Take Good Care Of My Baby" by Bobby Vee hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 3 weeks.
In 1968 The Monkees begin a 3-week international tour with seven shows in Australia and five shows in Japan.
In 1969 Tiny Tim ("Tiptoe Through The Tulips") announces his engagement to Miss Vicki Budinger on "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson."
In 1970 Englebert Humperdink and Tom Jones appear on the cover of Life.
In 1970 Jimi Hendrix, 28, dies of a drug overdose in his London apartment.
In 1971 Pink Floyd becomes the first rock group to appear at the Classical Music Festival in Montreaux, Switzerland.
In 1971 "Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves" by Cher enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1972 The Who headlines the day-long Rock At The Oval festival in London.
In 1975 The Spinners' album "Pick of the Litter" is certified gold.
In 1976 The second annual Don Kirshner-produced "Rock Music Awards" airs on CBS-TV. Fleetwood Mac wins Best Group and Best Album while Peter Frampton is named Rock Personality of the Year.
In 1976 "More Than A Feeling" by Boston and "Do You Feel Like We Do" by Peter Frampton both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1976 "Play That Funky Music" by Wild Cherry hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 3 weeks.
In 1978 Kiss becomes the first group to release solo albums by each member on the same day.
In 1980 The 2-day Memorial Film Festival for Jimi Hendrix begins at the Paradise Club in Amsterdam.
In 1981 The Who's album "Face Dances" is certified platinum.
In 1981 Gary Numan attempts to fly around the world in a single-engine airplane. He makes it as far as India.
In 1981 More than a decade after Jim Morrison's death, the Doors' "Greatest Hits" is certified platinum.
In 1983 Kiss appears on MTV without their trademark make-up.
In 1985 Frank Zappa, and Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, testify against record labeling before a congressional committee.
In 1985 Neil Young appears on "Late Night with David Letterman."
In 1986 Yale University announces that Benny Goodman had bequeathed several master recordings, arrangements and music memorabilia to the school.
In 1986 Michael Jackson's 3-D movie, "Captain EO," premieres at Disneyland.
In 1990 The Indigo Girls' album "Nomads Indians Saints" is released.
In 1992 Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Alice In Chains make their big screen debuts in the film "Singles." Members of Pearl Jam play members of Citizen Dick, a band fronted by actor Matt Dillon.
In 1995 The albums "Boombastic" by Shaggy and "Miss Thang" by Monica are both certified gold.
In 1996 The Bee Gees, the Jackson 5, the Rascals, Joni Mitchell, Buffalo Springfield and Crosby Stills & Nash are announced as the 1997 inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
In 1997 5 days before they are to begin their "Bridges To Babylon" tour, the Rolling Stones play a club show at Chicago's Double Door club.
In 1998 At the Grand Ole Opry, Jett Williams pays tribute to her late father, Hank Williams, by performing "Your Cheatin' Heart."
In 1998 Reba McEntire receives a star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In 1998 Deborah Cox's single "Nobody's Supposed To Be Here" is released.
In 1999 Faith Hill appears on the cover of TV Guide.
In 2000 Madonna reveals during her first live online chat that she and her 4-year-old daughter Lourdes sing Britney Spears songs together.
In 2003 Paul McCartney's Red Square concert special airs on A&E.
In 2004 Britney Spears marries dancer Kevin Federline.