Music Calendar...

In 1941, The Andrews Sisters recorded "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy."
1963 Bobby "Blue" Bland's single "That's Way Love Is" is released.
In 1970, "Who'll Stop The Rain" b/w "Travelin' Band" by Creedence Clearwater Revival was released.
In 1971, George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass," his first album as an ex-Beatle, hit #1 on the U.S. albums chart and stayed there for seven weeks.
In 1972, Jackson Browne's self-titled album "Jackson Browne" was released.
In 1973, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page hitchhiked to their performance in Sheffield, England, after their car broke down.
In 1974, Country legend Tex Ritter died of a heart attack.
In 1974, "Just You & Me" by Chicago was certified gold.
1975 The Allman Brothers Band was honored by the Georgia Department of Corrections as the Outstanding Community Organization of the Year.
In 1975, John Lennon accessed records kept by the U.S. Immigration Service.
In 1975, Pink Floyd began work on their upcoming "Wish You Were Here" album at Abbey Road studios in London.
In 1975, Suzi Quatro appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone.
In 1976, Charges were dropped against Beach Boy Dennis Wilson, who'd been arrested for carrying a .38 he'd taken from his girlfriend.
In 1977, composer Erroll Garner ("Misty") died at age 53.
In 1979, Sid Vicious' trial for the murder of his girlfriend, Nancy Spungen, opened in New York City.
In 1980, Larry Williams ("Dizzy Miss Lizzy," "Bony Moronie") was found shot to death.
In 1985, Luther Vandross's "Busy Body" album and Billy Ocean's "Suddenly" were certified platinum.
In 1991, Phil Collins' album "Serious Hits... Live!" was certified platinum.
In 1991, Salt 'n Pepa's single "Do You Want Me" was released.
In 1992, Hammer's single "Too Legit To Quit" was certified gold.
In 1996, Madonna testified against accused stalker Robert Hoskins, who was eventually found guilty.
In 1996, Mariah Carey's album "Daydream" went platinum for the sixth time.
In 1997, Guitarist Randy California of Spirit disappeared after being caught in an ocean current off the coast of Hawaii.
In 1997, Faith Hill's album "It Matters To Me" was certified double platinum.
In 2015, Country legend Little Jimmy Dickens, who helped country music bridge the gap with rock 'n' roll through his early embrace of electric guitars, died of cardiac arrest in Nashville. He was 94.



























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