In 1939 The Harry James Orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra records "All Or Nothing At All."
In 1965 "I Got You Babe" by Sonny & Cher is certified gold.
In 1966 The Mamas & Papas perform on TV's "Hollywood Palace."
In 1967 When the Doors appear on the "Ed Sullivan Show," they are asked to omit the "get much higher" line from "Light My Fire." Jim Morrison sings it anyway.
In 1968 "Stoned Soul Picnic" by the Fifth Dimension is certified gold.
In 1970 The Grateful Dead appear on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
In 1975 Pink Floyd's album "Wish You Were Here" is certified gold.
In 1976 The Spinners host NBC-TV's "The Midnight Special."
In 1976 Ringo Starr's album "Ringo's Rotogravure" is released.
In 1977 Fleetwood Mac's "Rumors" LP begins its 19th week as the #1 album in the U.S., joining only four other albums as all-time chart toppers.
In 1979 The Who play at New York's Madison Square Garden.
In 1980 Bette Midler's concert movie "Divine Madness" opens nationally.
In 1983 "All Night Long" by Lionel Richie and "Cum On Feel The Noize" by Quiet Riot both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1989 Paula Abdul wins an Emmy for Best Choreography for her work on the "Tracey Ullman Show."
In 1989 Natalie Cole marries former Rufus drummer and record producer Andre Fisher.
In 1991 The New Kids on the Block replace Bill Cosby as Forbes magazine's "Richest Entertainer" by taking in $115 million in 1990.
In 1991 Rob Tyner, lead singer of MC5, dies of a heart attack at his home in Berkley, MI, at age 46.
In 1992 Tiffany, and husband Bulmaro Garcia, have a son, Elijah Bulmaro.
In 1993 Ugly Kid Joe singer Whitfield Crane pleads "no contest" to disorderly conduct charges. He'd encouraged a Columbus, OH, crowd to attack security guards at a show a month earlier.
In 1993 At least 14 workers are injured when the stage collapsed before the upcoming Garth Brooks concert at the Texas Stadium in Dallas.
In 1997 Fleetwood Mac reunites and launches its first tour in more than a decade in Hartford, CT.
In 1997 Hanson's album "Middle Of Nowhere" is certified triple platinum, while the Spice Girls' CD "Spice" goes platinum for the 5th time.
In 1998 An American Airlines flight from New York to Los Angeles makes an emergency stop in Denver when a passenger reportedly turns violent after meeting Hootie & The Blowfish on the plane.
In 1998 Montell Jordan's single "I Can Do That" and Squirrel Nut Zippers' album "Perennial Favorites" are both certified gold.
In 1999 Eminem is hit with a $10 million defamation lawsuit filed by his own mother Debbie Mathers-Briggs.
In 1999 Van Morrison's album "Back On Top" goes gold.
In 2000 Farm Aid co-founders Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp perform at the organization's 15th benefit concert in Prince William County, VA.
In 2000 Trisha Yearwood joins the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.