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Top 40 Hits of June 1964
1 Roy Orbison It's Over
2 Cilla Black You're My World
3 Brian Poole & The Tremeloes Someone, Someone
4 Chuck Berry No Particular Place To Go
5 Mary Wells My Guy
6 The Hollies Here I Go Again
7 The Four Pennies Juliet
8 The Shadows Rise And Fall Of Flingel Bunt
9 Cliff Richard Constantly
10 The Bachelors Ramona
11 Lulu & The Luvvers Shout
12 Louis Armstrong Hello, Dolly!
13 The Swinging Blue Jeans You're No Good
14 Dave Clark Five Can't You See That She's Mine
15 Jim Reeves I Love You Because
16 Peter & Gordon Nobody I Know
17 Dionne Warwick Walk On By
18 PJ Proby Hold Me
19 Millie My Boy Lollipop
20 The Fourmost A Little Loving
21 Gigliola Cinquetti Non Ho L'Eta Per Amarti
22 Billy Fury I Will
23 Freddie & The Dreamers I Love You Baby
24 Frankie Vaughan Hello, Dolly!
25 Ronnie Hilton Don't Let The Rain Come Down
26 The Bachelors I Believe
27 Little Richard Bama Lama Bama Loo
28 Kathy Kirby You're The One
29 The Searchers Don't Throw Your Love Away
30 Applejacks Like Dreamers Do
31 The Animals House Of The Rising Sun
32 Jim Reeves I Won't Forget You
33 John Lee Hooker Dimples
34 Adam Faith I Love Being In Love With You
35 The Merseybeats Don't Turn Around
36 The Migil Five Near You
37 Richard Anthony If I Loved You
38 The Beatles Ain't She Sweet
39 Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen Hello, Dolly!
40 The Beatles Can't Buy Me Love

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Sonntag, 25. Juni 2017

  • Carly Simon ("You're So Vain") is 72
  • Eddie Floyd ("Knock On Wood") is 82
  • Michael Jackson ("Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough") dies of a drug overdose (his physician is later found guilty of involuntary manslaughter), 2009
  • Jimmy Soul ("If You Wanna Be Happy") dies of a heart attack, 1988
  • Sky Saxon, lead singer of the Seeds ("Pushin' Too Hard") dies from an internal infection, 2009
  • Boudeleaux Bryant (writer of many Everly Brothers hits with his wife, Felice) dies in 1987
  • Rush receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2010
  • Daryl Hall & John Oates record together for the first time (as Whole Oats), 1970
  • The Beatles premiere the song "All You Need Is Love" to 400 million people on a worldwide TV program, 1967
  • Sly & the Family Stone record "Hot Fun In The Summertime", 1969
  • The Bee Gees cut "I Started A Joke", 1968
  • The Hollies record "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" (with Elton John playing piano), 1969

Samstag, 24. Juni 2017

  • Jeff Beck of the Yardbirds ("Over Under Sideways Down") is 73
  • Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac ("Tusk") is 70
  • Colin Blunstone (lead singer of the Zombies- "She's Not There") is 72
  • Arthur Brown ("Fire") is 73
  • Olivia Newton-John is named as "the other woman" as the divorce of Shadows guitarist Bruce Welch is made final, 1968
  • Shirley Bassey's helicopter makes an emergency landing in Surrey, England (she is unhurt), 2007
  • Doris Day receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom, 2004
  • Groundbreaking is held on the Jimmy Dean Museum at Wayland Baptist University in his home town of Plainview, Texas, 2014
  • The final Beatles world tour begins in Munich in 1966
  • The Richard Carpenter Trio (with sister Karen on drums) wins a "Battle Of The Bands" at the Hollywood Bowl, 1966
  • John Lennon's book, "A Spaniard In The Works" is published, 1965
  • The movie "Catch-22", with Art Garfunkel, opens, 1970
  • The Supremes record "Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart", 1965

Freitag, 23. Juni 2017

  • The late Jimmy Castor ("Troglodyte") is born in 1940
  • The late Stu Sutcliffe (one-time bass player with the Beatles) is born in 1940
  • The late June Carter Cash ("Jackson" with husband Johnny) is born in 1929
  • Bobby "Blue" Bland (Turn On Your Love Light") dies, 2013
  • Gregg Allman undergoes a liver transplant at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, 2010
  • Alice Cooper falls off a Vancouver stage and breaks six ribs, 1987
  • Smokey Robinson appears in concert with the Miracles for the last time, in Washington, DC, 1972
  • Del Shannon charts with "From Me To You" (the first Lennon & McCartney composition to make the Billboard Hot 100), 1963
  • Chubby Checker is arrested for marijuana possession in Niagara Falls, New York (the charges are eventually dropped), 1970
  • Paul Anka (at 20) becomes the youngest performer ever (at that time) to perform at the Copacabana nightclub in New York, 1960
  • The stage musical "Copacabana" (based on Barry Manilow's song) opens in London, 1994
  • Aretha Franklin records "Chain Of Fools", 1967
  • Eddie Cochran tapes "Somethin' Else", 1959
  • B.W. Stevenson records "My Maria", 1973
  • Elvis Presley cuts "If I Can Dream", 1968

Donnerstag, 22. Juni 2017

  • Howard Kaylan (Eddie of the Turtles- "Happy Together") is 70
  • Peter Asher of Peter & Gordon ("A World Without Love") is 73
  • Todd Rundgren ("Hello It's Me") is 69
  • Kris Kristofferson ("Why Me") is 81
  • The late Dotty Todd ("Chanson D'Amour" with husband Art) is born in 1913
  • Corinthian "Kripp" Johnson of the Dell-Vikings ("Whispering Bells") dies of prostate cancer, 1990
  • Glen Campbell reveals that he is suffering from Alzheimer's Disease, 2011
  • Mark Chapman pleads guilty to the murder of John Lennon and is sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison, 1981
  • The Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre is dedicated at a hospital in Melbourne, Australia, 2012
  • Chaka Khan is inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame, 2012
  • Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry are inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame, 2013
  • The first U.S. concert by the Jeff Beck Group (with Rod Stewart as lead singer) is held, in New York, 1968
  • The movie "What's New Pussycat" (with a theme song by Tom Jones) is released, 1965
  • The Young Rascals record "How Can I Be Sure", 1967

Mittwoch, 21. Juni 2017

  • Ray Davies of the Kinks ("You Really Got Me") is 73
  • The late O.C. Smith ("Little Green Apples") is born in 1936
  • Deodato ("Also Sprach Zarathustra"- real name Eumir Deodato de Almeida) is 75
  • Brenda Holloway ("Every Little Bit Hurts") is 71
  • John Paul Young ("Love Is In The Air") is 67
  • Bert Kaempfert ("Wonderland By Night") dies in 1980
  • The late Nick Noble ("The Bible Tells Me So") is born in 1926
  • Tony Bennett marries his girlfriend, Susan, after 18 years of dating, 2007
  • Steely Dan disband for nearly nineteen years, 1981
  • "Little Richard Day" is declared in Los Angeles as he gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1990
  • The Earls are inducted into the Bronx Wall of Fame, 2008
  • Slim Harpo is honored by the state of Louisiana with a historical marker near his gravesite in Mulatto Bend, 2014
  • The Beatles open for Bruce Channel in concert near Liverpool (and Bruce's harmonica player, Delbert McLinton, gives John Lennon tips that serve John well later on "Love Me Do"), 1962
  • The last Bread concert is held, in Salt Lake City, 1973
  • The Rolling Stones sue fourteen New York City hotels for banning them, 1966
  • The Hayley Mills movie, "The Parent Trap" (with her hit, "Let's Get Together") opens, 1961

Dienstag, 20. Juni 2017

  • Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys ("Good Vibrations") is 75
  • Lionel Richie ("Truly" and lead singer of the Commodores) is 68
  • Anne Murray ("You Needed Me") is 72
  • Jerry Keller ("Here Comes Summer") is 80
  • The late Chet Atkins (country star and guitarist on many early Elvis Presley recordings) is born in 1924
  • Lawrence Payton of the Four Tops ("Reach Out I'll Be There") dies of liver cancer, 1997
  • Leslie West of Mountain has his lower right leg amputated in a Biloxi, Mississippi hospital after a septic foot infection, 2011
  • The Tallahatchee Bridge in Greenwood, Mississippi (made famous in Bobbie Gentry's "Ode To Billie Joe") collapses, 1972
  • Lionel Richie gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on his 54th birthday, 2003
  • Frankie Beverly and Maze are honored with a plaque on the Philadelphia Walk of Fame, 2008
  • Jimmy Page of the Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin receives an honorary Doctorate of Music by the University of Surrey in Guilford, England, 2008
  • Elvis Presley appears on Wink Martindale's local Memphis TV show to promote a benefit concert, 1956
  • Rick Nelson records "Teenage Idol", 1962
  • The Buckinghams begin recording "Susan" and "Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song)", 1967
  • The Four Lads record "Moments To Remember", 1955

Montag, 19. Juni 2017

  • Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane of Spanky & Our Gang ("Sunday Will Never Be The Same") is 75
  • Ann Wilson of Heart ("Magic Man") is 67
  • The late Al Wilson ("Show & Tell") is born in 1939
  • The late Shirley Goodman of Shirley & Lee ("Let The Good Times Roll") and Shirley & Company ("Shame, Shame, Shame") is born in 1936
  • The late Charlie Drake ("My Boomerang Won't Come Back") is born in 1925
  • Bobby Helms ("My Special Angel") dies of emphysema in 1997
  • Songwriter Gerry Goffin (wrote tunes like "Up On The Roof" and "The Loco-Motion" with partner and then-wife Carole King), dies, 2014
  • Nine years after his death, the town of Wilkesboro, North Carolina honors native son Oliver with a festival in his honor, 2009
  • A section of Route 375 in Woodstock, New York is named the "Levon Helm Memorial Highway" in honor of the Band drummer, 2013
  • Donna Summer is the first artist to sign with Geffen Records, 1980
  • Toni Tennille's musical revue, "Mother Earth" opens in San Francisco, and she first meets "Captain" Daryl Dragon, 1971
  • The Kinks and the Moody Blues make their U.S. concert debut at the Academy of Music in New York, 1965
  • "Roberta Flack... The First Time Ever" TV special airs on ABC, 1973
  • "Jersey Boys: The Movie" premieres at the Los Angeles Film Festival, 2014
  • Freddy Cannon records "Action", 1965
  • Bobby Darin records "Things" and "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby", 1961
  • Nat "King" Cole records "Ramblin' Rose", 1962

Samstag, 17. Juni 2017

  • Barry Manilow ("I Write The Songs") is 71
  • The late Terry Gilkyson ("Marianne") is born, 1916
  • Dave Alldred (played drums for the Rhythm Orchids and legally changed his name to "Dicky Doo" when he did the same for that group) is 78
  • Debbie Reynolds marries Eddie Fisher (it lasts four years), 1955
  • Elvis' parents, Vernon and Gladys Presley, are married, 1933
  • Lulu gives birth to her son, Jordan, 1977
  • Model Kelly Emberg gives birth to Rod Stewart's daughter, Ruby, 1987
  • Olivia Newton-John is awarded the Officer of the Order of Australia for her contribution to music and charity, 2006
  • The Elvis Presley/Ann-Margret film, "Viva Las Vegas" opens in the U.S., 1964
  • Jay & the Americans record "Come A Little Bit Closer", 1964

Freitag, 16. Juni 2017

  • Gino Vannelli ("I Just Wanna Stop") is 65
  • Lamont Dozier ("Trying To Hold On To My Woman" and co-writer of most of the Supremes' and Four Tops' hits) is 76
  • David "Little Caesar" Johnson of Little Caesar & the Romans ("Those Oldies But Goodies") is 83
  • Rod Stewart marries Penny Lancaster in Italy, 2007
  • Meat Loaf collapses onstage and is hospitalized in Edmonton, Alberta, 2016
  • Aretha Franklin fractures a toe after tripping in her Dallas hotel room, 2011
  • The Monterey Pop Festival starts its three-day run in California, 1967
  • The U.S. Postal Service issues stamps honoring Bill Haley, Buddy Holly, Otis Redding, Ritchie Valens, Clyde McPhatter and Dinah Washington, 1993
  • Phil Collins gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1999
  • Neil Diamond sings "Sweet Caroline" during a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park there to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, 2013
  • The "Blues Brothers" movie premieres in Chicago, 1980
  • The movie version of "Grease" (with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John) opens in 1978
  • The Elvis Presley/Nancy Sinatra movie "Speedway" premieres in Charlotte, North Carolina, where much of it was filmed, 1968
  • The Marty Robbins racing film, "Hell On Wheels", premieres in Nashville, 1967
  • "The Jacksons" summer TV series debuts on CBS, 1976
  • Jimmie Rodgers' summer TV series premieres on ABC, 1969
  • Bill Doggett records "Honky Tonk" in 1956

Donnerstag, 15. Juni 2017

  • The late Harry Nilsson ("Without You") is born in 1941
  • Ruby Nash of Ruby & the Romantics ("Our Day Will Come") is 83
  • The late David Rose ("The Stripper") is born in 1910
  • The late Meri Wilson ("Telephone Man") is born, 1949
  • The late Waylon Jennings (country star and the man who gave up his plane seat to the Big Bopper on "the day the music died") is born in 1937
  • Casey Kasem ("American Top 40") dies after suffering from Lewy body dementia, 2014
  • Jerry Lee Lewis is hospitalized in Memphis with pneumonia, 2001
  • Ferlin Husky undergoes leg surgery in a Springfield, Missouri hospital to improve his circulation, 2007
  • "Al Green Day" is declared in the state of Illinois, 2012
  • Gene Simmons of Kiss is given the key to the city of Winnipeg, 2011
  • Lionel Richie is given a TV Land Icon Award by the cable network, 2008
  • Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. host a summer TV variety series on CBS, 1977
  • Bob Dylan records "Like A Rolling Stone", 1965

Mittwoch, 14. Juni 2017

  • The late Junior Walker ("Shotgun") is born in 1931
  • Rod Argent of the Zombies ("She's Not There") and Argent ("Hold Your Head Up") is 72
  • The late Burl Ives ("A Little Bitty Tear") is born in 1909
  • Henry Mancini ("Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet") dies of pancreatic and liver cancer in 1994
  • Wynonie Harris (the original "Good Rockin' Tonight") dies of throat cancer in 1969
  • Brenda Payton of Brenda & the Tabulations ("Dry Your Eyes") dies, 1992
  • Patsy Cline suffers a fractured hip and head injuries in a Madison, Tennessee car crash, 1961
  • Frank Sinatra's divorce from Ava Gardner becomes final, 1957
  • Frank Sinatra retires from performing (for 18 months), 1971
  • Gerry Marsden of Gerry & the Pacemakers is awarded a Member of the Order of the British Empire medal by Queen Elizabeth in London, 2003
  • Carole King gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1989
  • Gordon Lightfoot and Bob Seger are among the inductees into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, 2012
  • Michael Jackson (posthumously) and Aretha Franklin are inducted into the Apollo Theater Hall of Fame in New York's Harlem, 2010
  • Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley are interviewed together on ABC-TV's "Primetime" program, 1995
  • Lesley Gore opens in a touring production of the musical "Half A Sixpence", in Washington, DC, 1967
  • The Monkees begin recording "Daydream Believer", 1967
  • Bobby Vee records "Take Good Care Of My Baby", 1961
  • Fats Domino records "I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday", 1958
  • Sonny & Cher's "I Got You Babe" is released, 1965

Dienstag, 13. Juni 2017

  • Bobby Freeman ("Do You Want To Dance") is 77
  • Bo Donaldson ("Billy, Don't Be A Hero") is 67
  • Jorge Santana of Malo ("Suavecito") is 63
  • Clyde McPhatter ("A Lover's Question") dies of a heart attack in 1972
  • Producer Chips Moman ("Green Onions", "The Letter" by the Box Tops, Merrilee Rush's "Angel Of The Morning" and more) dies, 2016
  • Mick Taylor joins the Rolling Stones, replacing Brian Jones, 1969
  • Arthur Brown disbands his "Crazy World" group, 1969
  • Jerry Lee Lewis gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1989
  • Stevie Wonder is inducted into Harlem's Apollo Theater Hall of Fame, 2011
  • The Rolling Stones appear on ABC-TV's "Hollywood Palace" and are the butt of several jokes by guest host Dean Martin, 1964
  • The Deborah Harry/Meat Loaf film, "Roadie", opens in 1980
  • Ricky Nelson records "It's Up To You", 1962

Montag, 12. Juni 2017

  • The late Reg Presley of the Troggs ("Wild Thing") is born in 1941
  • Len Barry ("1-2-3") is 75
  • Rocky Burnette ("Tired Of Toeing The Line" and son of Johnny Burnette) is 64
  • Jimmy Dorsey ("So Rare") dies of cancer, 1957
  • Johnny Bond ("Hot Rod Lincoln") dies after suffering several strokes (he is buried at sea), 1978
  • Carl Gardner, lead singer of the Coasters ("Yakety Yak") dies after suffering from congestive heart failure, 2011
  • Lou Monte ("Pepino, The Italian Mouse") dies, 1989
  • Brenda Lee is hospitalized with a dislocated neck, suffered while performing at the Latin Casino in New Jersey, 1962
  • Brenda Lee graduates from Hollywood Professional High School, having already earned 12 top ten records, 1963
  • The Beatles are announced as recipients of the Member of the Order of the British Empire medal by England's Queen Elizabeth, 1965
  • Johnny Rivers is inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, 2009
  • Canada issues postage stamps honoring Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, Anne Murray and Paul Anka, 2007
  • Sonny & Cher make their first TV appearance, on ABC's "American Bandstand", 1965
  • The Dave Clark Five break a record (for rock performers) as they appear for the twelfth time on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS-TV, 1966
  • Bill Haley's "Rock Around The Clock" is originally released, to no success, in 1954 (the following year it will reach #1)
  • The Beach Boys record "Surfer Girl" and "Little Deuce Coupe", 1963
  • Grand Funk record "We're An American Band", 1973

Sonntag, 11. Juni 2017

  • Joey Dee ("Peppermint Twist") is 77
  • The late James "Pookie" Hudson, lead singer of the Spaniels ("Goodnite Sweetheart, Goodnite") is born in 1934
  • The late Jud Strunk ("Daisy A Day") is born in 1936
  • Jim Ed Brown, lead singer of the Browns ("The Three Bells") dies of cancer in 2015
  • Paul McCartney marries his second wife, Heather Mills, in Ireland (the marriage lasts less than six years), 2002
  • Beach Boy Dennis Wilson accidentally puts his hand through a window, severing nerves and keeping him from playing drums for the next three years, 1971
  • Chicago police break up a Rolling Stones "press conference" in the middle of Michigan Avenue, 1964
  • A fire in a London recording studio interrupts the Rolling Stones' recording of their "Beggar's Banquet" album there, 1968
  • The Glen Campbell/John Wayne film, "True Grit" is released in the U.S., 1969
  • Manfred Mann record "Do Wah Diddy" in 1964

Samstag, 10. Juni 2017

  • Shirley Owens Alston Reeves of the Shirelles ("Will You Love Me Tomorrow") is 76
  • Ray Charles ("I Can't Stop Loving You") dies of liver cancer in 2004
  • Jimmy Elledge ("Funny How Time Slips Away") dies following a stroke, 2012
  • Earl Grant ("The End") dies in an automobile accident in Lordsburg, New Mexico, 1970
  • Peter Tork of the Monkees is diagnosed with head and neck cancer (currently in remission), 2009
  • Eddie Kendricks is arrested at the funeral of fellow Temptations member David Ruffin for non-payment of child support, 1991
  • Chaka Khan is inducted into the Apollo Theater Hall of Fame in Harlem, 2013
  • Janis Joplin debuts in concert with Big Brother & the Holding Company at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco, 1966
  • Elvis Presley records two live albums at Madison Square Garden in New York City (the evening concert is released a week later, the afternoon show is released 25 years later), 1972
  • The Monkees begin recording "Pleasant Valley Sunday", 1967
  • Elvis Presley records "A Fool Such As I" and "A Big Hunk O' Love" while on leave from the U.S. Army, 1958
  • The Rolling Stones record part of their "12x5" album (including "It's All Over Now") at the legendary Chess Records studios in Chicago, 1964

Freitag, 9. Juni 2017

  • The late Jackie Wilson ("Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher And Higher") is born in 1934
  • The late Les Paul ("Vaya Con Dios" with then-wife Mary Ford) is born in 1915
  • The late Johnny Ace ("Pledging My Love") is born in 1929
  • Arthur Alexander ("You Better Move On") dies of a heart attack in 1993
  • Michael Jackson is hospitalized in Santa Monica, California for inflamed rib cartilage, 1990
  • Bob Dylan receives an honorary Doctorate of Music from Princeton University, 1970
  • Jerry Lee Lewis takes out a full-page ad in Billboard magazine telling his side of his marriage to cousin Myra, 1958
  • "General Johnson Day" is declared in the state of Virginia in honor of the Chairmen of the Board leader, 2001
  • Sarah Vaughan is posthumously inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame, 2012
  • Thelma Houston is an inaugural inductee by her alma mater into the Long Beach (California) Polytechnic High School Walk of Fame, 2011
  • Bobby Darin makes his Las Vegas debut, opening for George Burns at the Sahara Hotel, 1959
  • Tony Bennett plays Carnegie Hall in New York for the first time, 1962
  • Elvis Presley's movie, "Paradise, Hawaiian Style" is sneak-previewed in Memphis (it opens nationally a month later), 1966
  • The Tina Turner biographical film, "What's Love Got To Do With It" opens, 1993
  • Andy Williams is the mystery guest on CBS-TV's "What's My Line", 1963

Donnerstag, 8. Juni 2017

  • Nancy Sinatra ("These Boots Are Made For Walkin'") is 77
  • James Darren ("Goodbye Cruel World") is 81
  • Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night ("Joy To The World") is 75
  • Boz Scaggs ("Lowdown") is 73
  • Bonnie Tyler ("It's A Heartache") is 64
  • Crispian St. Peters ("The Pied Piper") dies, 2010
  • Brian Jones quits the Rolling Stones, 1969
  • Gene Chandler is arrested for selling a pound of heroin to an undercover agent (he is later convicted and sentenced to a year in a work release program), 1976
  • Cher guests on the first "Magic Hour" with Earvin "Magic" Johnson on Fox-TV, 1998
  • Billy Joel wins a Tony Award for the orchestration of his Broadway musical, "Movin' Out", 2003
  • Elvis Presley's movie, "Wild In The Country" premieres in Memphis, 1961
  • Skeeter Davis records "The End Of The World", 1962
  • The Clovers record "Love Potion #9", 1959

Mittwoch, 7. Juni 2017

  • Tom Jones ("She's A Lady") is 77
  • The late Dean Martin ("Everybody Loves Somebody") is born in 1917
  • Bob Welch ("Sentimental Lady") dies of a self-inflicted gunshot, 2012
  • Roy Orbison's wife, Claudette is killed in a motorcycle accident near Nashville, 1966
  • Rolling Stone Keith Richards escapes injury while pregnant girlfriend Anita Pallenberg suffers a broken collarbone in a 70 MPH autombile crash in Sussex County, England, 1969
  • Elvis Presley's Graceland mansion is opened to the public, 1982
  • Chuck Berry pleads guilty to income tax evasion and is sentenced to 120 days in federal prison, 1979
  • The South Texas Music Walk of Fame in Corpus Christi inducts Bill Haley, 2008
  • Rancho Mirage, California names a street after one-time resident Dean Martin, 2007
  • James Taylor sings "You've Got A Friend" in honor of German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a state dinner in the White House Rose Garden, 2011
  • Elton John's stage musical "Billy Elliot" wins ten Tony awards, including Best Musical, 2009
  • Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas make their American TV debut on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS, 1964
  • The Rolling Stones make their British TV debut on "Thank Your Lucky Stars", 1963
  • The musical, "Grease" opens on Broadway (it runs for 3,388 performances over the next eight years), 1972
  • The movie, "High School Confidential" (with Jerry Lee Lewis) opens in 1958
  • Johnny Cash's summer replacement TV series premieres on ABC, 1969
  • Elton John's "Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy" LP becomes the first album to debut at #1 on the Billboard chart, 1975
  • Bill Haley records "Shake, Rattle And Roll", 1954
  • Don McLean records "Vincent", 1971

Dienstag, 6. Juni 2017

  • "It was the dark of the moon on the sixth of June", according to C.W. McCall's song, "Convoy"
  • The late Levi Stubbs, lead singer of the Four Tops ("Reach Out I'll Be There"), is born in 1936
  • Gary "U.S." Bonds ("Quarter To Three") is 78
  • Billy Preston ("Will It Go Round In Circles") dies of kidney failure in 2006
  • Stan Getz ("The Girl From Ipanema") dies of liver cancer in 1991
  • Roy Hamilton is hospitalized with tuberculosis and retires (but returns to performing a year later), 1956
  • The Beatles audition for producer George Martin in London, 1962
  • Tony Williams leaves the Platters, 1960
  • Steve Winwood enters Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame, 2012
  • The Doobie Brothers sponsor a charity golf tournament and concert to benefit the United Way, 1977
  • Gladys Knight appears on the last "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS-TV, 1971
  • Billy Swan records "I Can Help", 1974

Pfingstmontag, 05.Juni 2017

  • The late Ronnie Dyson ("Why Can't I Touch You") is born in 1950
  • Bill Hayes ("The Ballad Of Davy Crockett") is 92
  • Conway Twitty ("It's Only Make Believe") dies of a heart attack after stomach surgery in Springfield, Missouri, 1993
  • Dee Dee Ramone of the Ramones ("Rock 'N' Roll High School") dies of a heroin overdose in 2002
  • Sly Stone is married during his concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City (the marriage lasts less than five months), 1974
  • Toto officially announce that they have disbanded, 2008
  • James Taylor sings the national anthem before game one of the National Basketball Association finals in Boston, 2008
  • Elton John performs at the wedding of conservative radio talk-show host Rush Limbaugh, in Palm Beach, Florida, 2010
  • "Eddy Arnold Day" is declared in the city of Nashville, 1955
  • The U.S. Postal Service issues a stamp honoring Johnny Cash, 2013
  • Aretha Franklin receives an honorary degree from Princeton University in New Jersey, 2012
  • The Bo Diddley Community Plaza is dedicated in Gainesville, Florida, near where he lived, 2009
  • Donovan and Joan Baez perform at a rally for nuclear disarmament in London, 1969
  • "Love And Mercy", the film biography of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson opens, 2015
  • The Doors documentary film, "Feast Of Friends", debuts in Los Angeles 1969
  • Elvis Presley appears on Milton Berle's last NBC-TV show, 1956
  • HBO airs the "Fats Domino And Friends" cable TV special with Jerry Lee Lewis and Ray Charles, 1986
  • "The Bobbie Gentry Happiness Hour" summer TV show debuts on CBS, 1974
  • Bill Justis records "Raunchy", 1957

Pfingstsonntag, 04. Juni 2017

  • The late Gordon Waller of Peter & Gordon ("A World Without Love") is born in 1945
  • Michelle Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas ("California Dreamin'") is 73
  • The late Freddy Fender ("Before The Next Teardrop Falls") is born in 1937
  • Freddie Scott ("Hey Girl") dies from a heart attack, 2007
  • Former Beach Boys manager Murry Wilson (father of the group's Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson) dies (Brian and Dennis do not attend the funeral), 1973
  • Jerry Lee Lewis renews his marriage vows to his child-bride, Myra (since he wasn't actually divorced yet when he originally married her), 1958
  • Janis Joplin joins Big Brother & the Holding Company, 1966
  • The Beatles sign a recording contract with EMI Parlophone in Britain, 1962
  • Lionel Richie and the late Etta James are inducted into the Apollo Theater Hall of Fame in Harlem, 2012
  • Steve Martin is honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute, 2015
  • Results of the voting for the Elvis Presley U.S. postage stamp are announced ("Young Elvis" beats "Vegas Elvis", 851,200 to 277,723), 1992
  • Chuck Berry plays for U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the White House, 1979
  • Paul McCartney, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Tom Jones all perform at the Diamond Jubilee celebrating the 60th anniversary of England's Queen Elizabeth II's coronation, 2012
  • Gene Vincent performs his first concert, in his home town of Norfolk, Virginia, 1956
  • The Eddie Money biographical musical, "Two Tickets to Paradise," with Eddie himself narrating, premieres at a Long Island, New York theatre, 2009
  • The Monkees TV show wins the Emmy Award for "Outstanding Comedy Series", 1967
  • "The Bobby Sherman TV Special" airs on ABC with the 5th Dimension as guests, 1971
  • The movie, "To Sir With Love", featuring Lulu, premieres in New York City, 1967
  • Carlos Santana begins recording "Black Magic Woman", 1970

Freitag, 2. Juni 2017

  • The late Jimmy Jones ("Handy Man") is born in 1930
  • Sammy Turner ("Lavender-Blue") is 85
  • Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones ("Satisfaction") is 76
  • The late Marvin Hamlisch ("The Entertainer") is born in 1944
  • Otis Williams of the Charms ("Ivory Tower") is 81
  • Bo Diddley ("Bo Diddley") dies of heart failure, 2008
  • Boyd Bennett ("Seventeen") dies from complications of pulmonary fibrosis, 2002
  • Ray Bryant ("The Madison Time") dies, 2011
  • Dion reunites with the Belmonts for an oldies revival show in New York City, 1972
  • Barry Sadler joins the U.S. Air Force (he's later a Green Beret in the U.S. Army), 1958
  • Claiming her husband was designated by the President as "the official ambassador of soul", James Brown's wife tries to get her traffic tickets dismissed under diplomatic immunity (she loses), 1988
  • Paul McCartney is given the Gershwin Prize for popular song from the Library of Congress by President Barack Obama in ceremonies at the White House, 2010
  • Randy Newman receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2010
  • Smokey Robinson is inducted into the Apollo Theater Hall of Fame in Harlem, 2008
  • Bobby Darin plays the Copacabana in New York for the first time, 1960
  • The first U.S. Rolling Stones concert is held, at a high school in Lynn, Massachusetts, 1964
  • The Rolling Stones also make their American TV debut on the local New York "Les Crane Show", 1964
  • Production begins on the movie, "Ferry Cross The Mersey", starring Gerry & the Pacemakers and Cilla Black, 1964
  • "I'll Take Sweden", with Frankie Avalon, Tuesday Weld and Bob Hope, premieres, 1965
  • David Bowie releases his first (self-titled) album, 1967

Donnerstag, 1. Juni 2017

  • Pat Boone ("Love Letters In The Sand") is 83
  • Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones ("Miss You") and Faces ("Stay With Me") is 69
  • Linda Scott ("I've Told Every Little Star") is 72
  • The late Nelson Riddle ("Lisbon Antigua") is born in 1921
  • The late Johnny Bond ("Hot Rod Lincoln") is born in 1915
  • David Ruffin of the Temptations ("My Girl") dies after an overdose of crack cocaine, 1991
  • Model Rachel Hunter gives birth to Rod Stewart's daughter, Renee, 1992
  • Art Garfunkel graduates from Columbia University in New York, 1965
  • Private Elvis Presley completes basic Army training at Ft. Hood, Texas, earning a two-week furlough, 1958
  • The Rolling Stones arrive in New York for their first American tour, 1964
  • Doris Day signs a 5-year recording contract with Columbia Records worth $1 million, 1956
  • Natalie Cole is given the Ella Award by the Society of Singers in Beverly Hills, California, 2010
  • The NBC-TV special, "Five Stars For Springtime" includes Ricky Nelson, Patti Page, Andy Williams and Nat "King" Cole, 1957
  • Sam Cooke records "You Send Me", 1957
  • The Beatles release their "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album in England (it's released in the U.S. the next day), 1967


Ausgewhlte Fakten, Geburtstage und Ereignisse der Super-Pop Jahrzehnte 50s, 60s und 70s, day by day - 50 Jahre History Of Rock'n'Roll + C & W Music

5.6.1956: Elvis Presley absolviert seinen letzten TV-Auftritt in den 50ies. In der MILTON BERLE SHOW tritt El zum letztenmal hftschwingend auf. Erst im Jahr 1960 betritt er die TV - Bhne wieder. FRANK SINATRA arrangierte die "Welcome Home" Show fr Elvis 

6.6.1960: Der Leadsnger der PLATTERS, Tony Williams, verlsst die Formation, um eine Solokarriere zu starten. Viele schne Songs im Popcorn-Stil wurden produziert. Aber zur Solokarriere reichte das leider nicht.

6.6.1962: Nach der ersten Aufnahme-Session der Beatles in den Abbey Road Studios in London ist Produzent George Martin nicht besonders begeistert. Als ersten Schritt zur Besserung schlgt er vor, den Drummer George Best abzuschieben. Sechs Wochen spter wird Ringo Starr als Drummer verpflichtet.

7.6.1963: Die erste Single der Rolling Stones erscheint: Come On / I Wanna Be Loved. Am gleichen Tage geben die Stones ihr TV-Debt in der Topsendung Thank Your Lucky Stars. erst- und letztmals treten die Stones gleich uniformiert auf: Jackett mit Samtkragen, dunkle Hose, weisses Hemd und Fliege ! Der Manager der Stones erhielt einen 'guten Rat' vom TV-Produzenten: der ordinre Snger mit den Autoreifen-Lippen (Mick Jagger) solle besser gefeuert werden !!! 

7.6.1979: Wieder einmal gert Chuck Berry mit dem Gesetz in Konflikt. Wegen Steuerhinterziehung wird er zu 100 Tagen Jail verurteilt. Chuck sitzt diese auch ab.

8.6.1959: Der Pianist Liberace kann sich freuen: ein von ihm angestrengtes Gerichtsverfahren wird zu seinen Gunsten entschieden. Einen William Connor hatte er verklagt wegen Beleidigung er sei der "sentimentalste Kotzbrocken aller Zeiten" und weiter "ein Haufen Mutterliebe mit Pfefferminzguss und Fruchtgeschmack ergo eine berechnende Zuckerqualle" !! Prominente zu "beleidigen" kommt auch heute noch einer Majesttsbeleidigung nahe. Vorsicht also ! Besonders in Deutschland.

8.6.1961: Der siebte Film von Elvis Presley feiert in Memphis/Tennessee Premiere: Wild In The Country. Das Publikum und die Kritik sind von dem 'rmlichen' Film entsetzt. Nicht einmal tritt Elvis als Snger in dem Streifen auf. Nach der Premiere und den niederschlagenden Kritiken ndert der Verleih das Versumte: Lieder wurden eingebettet wie Wild In The Country und Lonely Man u.a. Aber auch das machte den Film, der Elvis als armen, gestrauchelten Jugendlichen darstellt,  nicht interessanter.

10.6.1958: Bei seinem ersten Wochenendurlaub als Soldat beginnt Elvis eine zweitgige Session in den RCA Studios in Nashville. Es entstehen seine Hitsingles fr 1958 und 1959 !

10.6.1964: Heute erfllen sich die Rolling Stones einen Traum. Bei Chess Records nehmen sie einige Songs auf. Whrend der Session schauen bei ihnen Rhythm & Blues Giganten wie Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters und Chuck Berry mal so eben rein und begrssen die 'Lehrlinge' aus Europa. Die Rolling Stones sind absolute Fans des US-Rhythm & Soulblues. Als Teenie hatte Mick Jagger regelmssig an die legendre Record Company Chess geschrieben und dort direkt Platten bestellt, die es in Europa noch nicht gab.Einer der Songs, die in den Chess Studios produziert wurden war einer der ersten Hits in unseren Charts: It's all Over Now !

10.6.1966: Immer die Gerchte um Botschaften auf Singles oder LPs. Hier ist eines aber wahr: in den USA erscheint mit Rain eine neue Single der Beatles. Es ist die erste Plattenaufnahme , auf der ein rckwrts laufendes Band zu hren ist !

11.6.1969: Space Oddity von und mit David Bowie erscheint heute. Diese Single legt den Grundstein fr seine weltweite Karriere. Aber es beginnt usserst schleppend. Erst im September chartet der Song, nur auf Platz 48! Eine Woche spter ist David in den Charts nicht mehr zu sehen - ein Flop ? Drei Wochen spter  schiesst die Single bis auf Platz 5 und hlt sich 13 Wochen in den Hitparaden GBs. Vier Jahre spter - 1973 - finden sich David in den US-Charts  auf Platz 15. Wieder zwei Jahre spter, zurck in der britischen Hitparade - endlich auf Platz 1 !!

12.6.1965: Wegen ihrer Verdienste um die britische Wirtschaft, werden die Beatles mit dem Orden 'Members of the Most Excellent Order Of The British Empire" - MBE- von Queen Elizabeth ausgezeichnet. John Lennon gibt 1969 seine Auszeichnung zurck !

13.6.1969: Der neue Gitarrist der Rolling Stones heisst Mick Taylor. Er ersetzt Brian Jones.

13.6.1989: Jerry Lee Lewis erhalt endlich auch die Wrdigung seines Treibens in Hollywood. Sein Stern leuchtet im Hollywood Walk Of Fame auf !

14.6.1953: Mit 18 Jahren macht Elvis Presley heute seinen High School Abschluss in Memphis. Seine beruflichen Schritte bis hin zu Sam Philips Sun Recording Studios fhren ihn zunchst in eine Werkzeugfabrik, danach als LKW-Fahrer fr Crown Electrics.

14.6.1961: Patsy Cline, aufsteigender Country-Star, verunglckt schwer bei einem Auto-Crash. Sie berlebt. Zwei Jahre spter stirbt sie bei einem Flugzeugabsturz. Hits: Crazy, Sweet Dreams.

16.6.1966: Das Beatles-Album Yesterday & Today erscheint heute in den USA und verursacht einen Proteststurm unter Beatles-Fans und -Gegnern. Auf dem Cover die vier grinsenden Beatles, die blutbeschmierte Puppen hochhalten. Das sogenannte "Butcher-Cover" wird schnell vom Markt genommen und durch ein konservatives ersetzt. Damit wurde das Original-Cover zu einem der meistgesuchten Sammlerstcke unter Beatles-Fans berhaupt. Der Preis allein fr die Hlle, ohne Inhalt, betrug damals schon ber 500 $.

16:6.1967: Das berhmte Monterey ( Kalifornien)-Festival beginnt heute. An drei Tagen wird von Organisatoren Lou Adler, John Philips und den Mamas & Papas ein Star-Tableau geboten, wie es bis dahin noch nie geboten wurde. Nur ein paar der damals hochnotierten Knstler: Otis Redding, Jefferson Airplane, The Who, The Byrds, Canned Heat, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Janis Joplin und viele andere mehr, auch Jimi Hendrix war dabei.

17.6.1966: Die britische Rhythm & Blues Formation John Mayall's Bluesbreakers engagiert den jungen Gitarristen Peter Greenbaum, der sich spter verkrzt Peter Green nannte. Ein Jahr spter grndet Peter Green mit Mick Fleetwood die spter weltberhmte Formation Fleetwod Mac.

17.6.1986: Heute beginnt Stevie Wonder eine US-Tournee in Seattle. Vor dem ersten Konzert warnt Stevie seine Kritiker: 'Wenn ich nicht gut in ihren Artikeln wegkomme, packe ich sie alle in mein Auto und fahre sie hchstpersnlich nach Hause.' Stevie Wonder ist blind !

19.6.1958: Buddy Holly produziert jetzt im Pythian Temple in New York erstmals ohne seine Begleitband The Crickets. Fr das Label Coral werden zwei  Song von Bobby Darin gecovert: Early In The Morning und Now We're One.  Whrend dieser Sessions lernt Buddy auch seine knftige Frau kennen. Die Puerto Ricanerin Maria Elena Santiago ist Sekretrin beim Peer-Southern Musikverlag.

21.6.1948: In den USA wird von Columbia (CBS) eine Weltneuheit, die die Plattenindustrie revolutionieren wird,  vorgestellt: Die Langspielplatte mit 33 Umdrehungen pro Minute. Bisher liefen LPs mit 80 Umdrehungen. Eine der ersten LP-Verffentlichungen ist das Musical South-Pacific.

22.6.1968: In Fillmore East in New York gibt die Jeff Beck Group ihr Debt. Ihr Leadsnger ist so schchtern, da er sich whrend der ersten Songs hinter den groen Lautsprechern verbirgt: es war der junge Rod Stewart !

23.6.1959: Die britischen Rock'n Roller Cliff Richard, Marty Wilde und Lord Rockingham XI gestalten den Hauptanteil an der heutigen TV-Sendung 'Oh, Boy !' Die Sendung wird aus dem Palace Theatre in Manchester unter Anwesenheit von der Queen-Mum ausgestrahlt. Die Kniginmutter war von den jungen Stars richtig angetan.

23.6.1990: Gary Busey, Hauptdarsteller in der Buddy Holly Story, zahlt bei einer Auktion in New York City 242.000 Dollar fr eine Gitarre von Buddy Holly.

24.6.1969: Der jamaikanische Reggae-Star Max Romeo will im Ska- und reggae-begeisterten Grobritannien eine Tournee beginnen. Er mu jedoch feststellen, da Mecca Ballrooms, die grte britische Kette von Clubs, in denen man auftreten kann, ihn gesperrt hat. Sie hatten sich seinen Song Dream angehrt und waren mit dem Text nicht einverstanden. Um alle Unklarheiten zu beseitigen, war die Platte schon vorher in Wet Dreams umbenannt worden. Die BBC setzte jedoch auch die umbenannte Version, wegen schlpfriger Inhalte, auf den Index.

25.6.1903: In Indien wird Eric Arthur Blair geboren. 1922 wird er Beamter der britischen Polizeitruppe in Indien, ab 1927 lebt er fr mehrere Jahre in Armut in Paris und London, dann kmpft er 1936 auf kommunistischer Seite im spanischen Brgerkrieg. Nach einer Verwundung kehrt er nach England zurck und arbeitet als sozialkritisch engagierter Journalist und Schriftsteller. International bekannt wird er 1945 durch die gegen die Diktatur gerichtete Satire Die Farm der Tiere und schlielich durch den 1949 geschriebenen Roman '1984' - er warnt darin vor der Ausschaltung des Individuums und vor totaler berwachung durch den Staat. Sein Pseudonym als Schriftsteller war George Orwell - er starb am 21.1.1950. Die aktuellen Zustnde in Teilen der EU haben sich der Orwell'schen Vision schon sehr angenhert !!!

25.6.1967: Aus den Abbey Road Studios wird in der weltweiten TV-Sendung Our World der Song All You Need Is Love der Beatles uraufgefhrt. Dabei sind, teilweise auch mitwirkend: Marianne Faithful, Keith Moon, Eric Clapton, Graham Nash, Gary Leeds, Mick Jagger und Keith Richards. Es wird geschtzt, da die Sendung damals bis zu 400 Millionen Zuschauer hatte.

26.6.1957: Das gyptische Innenministerium lt verlauten, da Rock'n Roll  nicht mehr in der ffentlichkeit  gespielt werden darf, da dies gegen die ffentliche Moral verstt. Rock'n Roll Filme werden als 'imperialistische Verschwrung' ebenfalls verboten.

26.6.1974: Sonny & Cher galten als eines der perfektesten Traumpaare in der Welt der Popmusik. Jetzt wurden sie geschieden. Sie heirateten 1963 und versuchten ab jetzt ihr Glck solo. Cher hatte mehr Glck wie man inzwischen wei.

26.6.1977: Elvis Presley gibt in der Market Square Arena in Indianapolis sein letztes Konzert. Es ist der 68. Geburtstag seines Managers Colonel Tom Parker. Elvis singt noch einmal Odies wie Jailhouse Rock und Hound Dog und beendet das Konzert mit Can't Help Falling In Love.

27.6.1988: Das weltberhmte Label Tamla Motown wird fr lppische 61 Millionen Dollar an die Decca Nachfolgerin MCA Records (heute Universal) verhkert.

28.6.1957: Lonnie Donegans Single Puttin' On The Style erreicht Platz 1 der britischen Charts und behlt diese Position fr zwei Wochen. Lonnie Donegan ist in dieser Zeit  der Star der Skiffle-Sensation-Show in der Royal Albert Hall.

28.6.1959: Die legendre US TV-Sendung American Bandstand von und mit Dick Clark wird erstmals zur Hauptsendezeit ausgestrahlt. Heute treten auf: Fats Domino, Fabian, Johnny Mathis, Les Paul & Mary Ford, Stan Freberg, McGuire Sisters und Stan Kenton.

28.6.1968: Die Young Rascals wollen nicht weiter jung sein. Nach zwei Nummer 1 Hits verffentlichen sie nur  noch als The Rascals A Beautiful Morning und kassieren dafr eine Goldene Schallplatte.

31.6.1976: Bei Neil Diamond wird eine Polizei-Razzia durchgefhrt. Es wird jedoch nicht gengend Rauschgift bei Neil gefunden um ihn zu verhaften, dafr bekommen die Polizisten ein paar Schallplatten von ihm.



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Boone, Pat (1934, Snger)
D'Angelo, Charlene [Charlene] (1950, Sngerin)
Ellis, John (1952, Stranglers)
Griffith, Andy (1926, Snger)
Joyce, Mike (1963, Public Image Ltd.)
Mayger, Barry (1950, Chicory Tip)
Monroe, Marilyn (1926, Schauspielerin, Sngerin)
Nelson, Nate (1984, Platters, Todestag)
Riddle, Nelson (1921, Orchesterchef, Posaunist, Komponist)
Ruffin, David (1991, Temptations, Snger, Todestag)

Russel, Graham (1950, Air Supply)
Scott, Linda (1945, Sngerin)
Wilder, Alan (1959, Depeche Mode)
Wood, Ron (1947, Faces, Rolling Stones)



Bonney, Graham (1945, Snger)
Carter, Johnny (1935, Dells)
Castor, Jimmy (1943, Snger, Saxophonist, Komponist)
Fardon, Peter (1952, Pretenders)
Guest, William (1941, Gladys Knight & The Pips)
Hadley, Tony (1960, Spandau Ballet)
Hamlisch, Marvin (1944, Pianist, Komponist)
Jones, Jimmy (1937, Snger)
Lee, Dianne (1950, Peters & Lee)
Lorck, John (1946, Titanic)
Miller, Charles William (1939, War)
Miller, George (1947, Rattles)
Tavares, Antone "Chubby" (1947, Tavares)
Turner, Sammy (1932, Snger)
Watts, Charlie (1941, Rolling Stones)



Clarke, Michael (1944, Byrds, Firefall, Flying Burrito Brothers)
Dennis, Mike (1943, Dovells)
Fender, Griff (1954, Darts)
Finn, Mickey (1947, T. Rex)
Fish, Bob (Darts)
Harris, Anita (1942, Sngerin)
Hill, Dan (1954, Snger)
Holman, Eddie (1946, Snger)
Hunter, Jan (1946, Mott The Hoople)
Mayfield, Curtis (1942, Impressions, Snger, Songschreiber)
Pilkington-Miska, Florian (1950, Curved Air)
Pinnell, Steve (1952, Smokie)
Powell, Billy (1952, Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Quatro, Suzi (1950, Sngerin, Bassistin)
Shakespeare, Clive (1957, Sherbet)
Williams, Deniece (1951, Sngerin, Songschreiberin)



Ball, Roger (1944, Average White Band)
Bennett, Cliff (1940, Snger)
Coward, Harold (1944, John Fred & His Playboy Band)
Fender, Freddy (1937, Snger, Songschreiber)
Hagara, Willy (1927, Snger)
Hutson, Leroy (1945, Impressions)
Lane, Ronnie (1997, Faces, Small Faces, Todestag)
Leckenby, Derek (1994, Herman's Hermits, Todestag)
McCulloch, Jimmy (1952, Thunderclap Newman)
Shayne, Ricky (1944, Snger)
van Hooke, Peter (1950, Yellow Dog)
Waller, Gordon (1945, Peter & Gordon)



Anderson, Laurie (1947, Sngerin)
Butler, Floyd (1941, Friends Of Distinction)
Dyson, Ronnie (1950, Snger)
Edelhagen, Kurt (1920, Valentinos Hawaiian Band)
Evans, Tom (1947, Badfinger)
Free, Manfred "Maxi" (1946, Soulful Dynamics)
Hayes, Bill (1926, Schauspieler, Snger)
Hodder, Jim (1990, Steely Dan, Todestag)
Marshall, Keith (1956, Hello, Snger, Leadgitarrist, Songschreiber)
McBrain, Nicko (1954, Iron Maiden)
Reid, Donald S. (1945, Statler Brothers)
Rice-Milton, T. (Terry)(1946, Cupid's Inspiration)
Stone, Freddie (1946, Sly & The Family Stone)
Twitty, Conway (1993, Snger, Schauspieler, Todestag)
Wendehals, Gottlieb (1941, Snger)



Albin, Peter (1944, Big Brother & The Holding Company)
Beck, Shorty (1948, Shocking Blue)
Bonds, Gray "U.S." (1939, Snger)
Froese, Edgar (1944, Tangerine Dream)
Getz, Stan (1991, Posaunist, Saxophonist, Todestag)
Harrison, Henry (1943, New Vaudeville Band)
Honeyball, Ray (1941, Hedgehoppers Anonymous)
Kane, Howie (1942, Jay & The Americans)
Marcus, Jrgen (1948, Snger)
Stubbs, Levi (1936, Four Tops)
Williams, Terry (1947, First Edition)



Blanco, Roberto (1937, Snger)
Jones, Mickey (1948, Man)
Jones, Tom (1940, Snger)
Prince (1958, Snger, Gitarrist, Schlagzeuger, Pianist)
Rios, Miguel (1944, Snger)
Rose, Randolph (1954, Snger)
Scarbury, Joey (1955, Snger, Pianist)
White, Clarence (1944, Byrds)



Box, Mick (1947, Uriah Heep)
Brhl, Heidi (1991, Sngerin, Schauspielerin, Todestag)
Clare, Kenny (1929, Sounds Orchestral)
Driscoll, Julie (1947, Sngerin)
Garnes, Sherman (1940, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers)
Haskins, Clarence "Fuzzy" (1941, Funkadelic)
Negron, Chuck (1942, Three Dog Night)
Patrizius (1942, Nilsen Brothers)
Rhodes, Nick (1962, Duran Duran)
Rich, Jeff (1953, Status Quo)
Scaggs, Boz (1944, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Sharkey, John (1946, Syndicate Of Sound)
Sinatra, Nancy (1940, Sngerin)
Sylvers, James Jonathan (1955, Sylvers)
Tyler, Bonnie (1953, Sngerin, Shaky & Bonnie)
von der Lippe, Jrgen (1948, Gebrder Blattschu, Showmaster)



Bolder, Trevor (1950, Uriah Heep)
Bunnel, George (1949, Strawberry Alarm Clock)
Chacksfield, Frank (1995, Pianist, Arrangeur, Todestag)
Charles, Ray (2004, Snger, Pianist, Todestag)
Deutscher, Drafi (2006, Snger, Todestag)
Edwards, Stuart (1946, Edison Lighthouse)
Gill, Peter (1951, Motorhead)
Hatton, Billy (1941, Fourmost)
Kennedy, Errol (1953, Imagination)
Lord, Jon (1941, Deep Purple, Flowerpot Men)
Mitchell, Mitch (1947, Jimi Hendrix, Schlagzeuger)
Monkman, Francis (1949, Curved Air, Sky)
Paul, Les (1915, Les Paul & Mary Ford, Gitarrist, Banjospieler)
Uttley, Terry (1951, Smokie)
Wilson, Jackie (1934, Snger, Songschreiber)



Alston, Shirley (1941, Shirelles)
Carter, Carrol (1948, Arrival)
Grant, Earl (1970, Snger, Organist, Pianist, Todestag)
Harris, Addie "Micki" (1982, Shirelles, Todestag)
Howlin' Wolf (1910, Snger, Harmonikaspieler)
Kibble, Perry (1949, A Taste Of Honey)
Muskee, Harry "Cuby" (1941, Cuby & Blizzards)
Pentelow, Nick (1951, Wizzard)
Price, Rick (1944, Move, Wizzard)
Sanders, Steven (1998, Oak Ridge Boys, Todestag)
Weston, Jimmy (1993, Danleers, Todestag)



Alan, Skip (1944, Pretty Things)
Beard, Frank (1949, ZZ Top)
de Paul, Lynsey (1950, Sngerin)
Dee, Joey (1940, Snger, Komponist)
Gabriel, Gunter (1942, Snger)
Lawton, John (1946, Les Humphries Singers, Uriah Heep)
Leonard, Glenn (1947, Temptations)



Bailey, Barry (1948, Atlanta Rhythm Section)
Barry, Len (1942, Dovells, Snger)
Bleyer, Archie (1909, Bandleader, Posaunist)
Burnette, Rocky (1953, Snger)
Carlos, Bun E. (1951, Cheap Trick)
Corea, Chick (1941, Snger)
Damone, Vic (1928, Snger)
Delp, Brad (1951, Boston)
Gelling, Eelco (1946, Cuby & Blizzards)
Presley, Reg (1943, Troggs)



Brendel, Rolf (1957, Nena)
Donaldson, Robert "Bo" (1954, Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods)
Dusty, Slim (1927, Countrysnger)
Freeman, Bobby (1940, Snger, Songschreiber)
Kunz, Brigitte (1953, Rheingold)
Leese, Howard (1951, Heart)
Locorriere, Dennis (1949, Dr. Hook)
McPhatter, Clyde (1972, Drifters, Snger, Todestag)
Ofarim, Esther (1941, Abi & Esther Ofarim)



Argent, Rod (1945, Argent, Zombies)
Felix, Julie (Ann)(1941, Sngerin, Gitarristin)
Ives, Burl (1909, Snger, Schauspieler)
Lea, Jimmy (1949, Slade)
Mancini, Henry (1994, Songschreiber, Bandleader, Todestag)
Nannini, Gianna (1954, Sngerin, Gitarristin, Pianistin)
Nolan, Maureen (1954, Nolans)
Thomas, David (1953, Pere Ubu)
Walker, Jr. (1931, Jr. Walker & The All Stars)
White, Alan (1949, Yes)
White, Clarence (1973, Byrds, Todestag)
Winwood, Muff (1943, Spencer Davis Group)



Anthony, Barron (1940, Barron Knights)
de Freitas, Pete (1989, Echo & The Bunnymen, Todestag)
Hallyday, Johnny (1943, Snger)
Hitchcock, Russel (1949, Air Supply)
Holder, Noddy (1946, Slade)
Jennings, Waylon (1937, Crickets, Country-Snger, Bassist, Komponist)
Lutz, Michael (1949, Brownsville Station)
Miller, Gary (1968, Snger, Todestag)
Nilsson, Harry (1941, Snger, Songschreiber)
Pickering, Nigel (1929, Spanky & Our Gang)
Puente, Richie (1953, Foxy)
Randall, Elliott John (1947, Sha-Na-Na)
Rose, David (1910, Bandleader, Arrangeur)
Roussos, Demis (1946, Aphrodite's Child, Snger)
Stuart, Alice (1942, Sngerin, Gitarristin, Pianistin, Schlagzeugerin)
Walsh, Steve (1951, Kansas)



Castro, Peppy (1949, Blues Magoos)
Honeyman-Scott, James (1982, Pretenders, Todestag)
Johnson, David Caesar (1934, Little Caesar & The Romans)
Laurel, Stan (1890, Schauspieler, Laurel & Hardy)
Lavert Sr., Eddie W. (1942, O'Jays)
Matthews, Ian (1946, Fairport Convention, Matthews Southern Comfort, Snger, Gitarrist)
Rivera, Pete (1945, Rare Earth)
Roberts, Gerry (1954, Boomtown Rats)
Rostill, John (1942, Shadows)
Smith, James (1950, Stylistics)
Vannelli, Gino (1952, Snger)
Wolters, John C. (1997, Dr. Hook, Todestag)



Foley, Red (1910, Snger)
Gilkyson, Terry (1916, Snger, Songschreiber)
Kuhlke, Norman (1942, Swinging Blue Jeans)
Lewis Campbell, Eric (1947, Middle Of The Road)
Manilow, Barry (1946, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Martin, Dean (1917, Snger, Schauspieler)
Rolie, Gregg (1947, Journey, Santana)
Young, Paul (1947, Sad Cafe)



Aas, Kenny (1947, Titanic)
Carra, Raffaella (1942, Sngerin)
Greenslade, Dave (1943, Colosseum, Greenslade)
Harris, Don Sugarcane (1938, Snger, Jazzmusiker, Komponist)
Jrgens, Curd (1982, Snger, Schauspieler, Todestag)
McCartney, Paul (1942, Beatles, Wings, Snger, Songschreiber)
Pearson, Johnny (1925, Sounds Orchestral, Bandleader, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Smith, Jerome (1953, KC & The Sunshine Band)



Bardens, Peter (1945, Them)
DeVito, Tommy (1928, Four Seasons)
Drake, Charlie (1925, Snger)
Dunn, Larry (1953, Earth, Wind & Fire)
Goodman, Shirley (1936, Shirley & Company)
Helms, Bobby (1997, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Owens, Gwen (1953, Hot)
Schfer, Michaela (1946, Nina & Mike)
Spanky (1942, Spanky & Our Gang)
Wilson, Al (1939, Snger, Schlagzeuger)
Wilson, Ann (1950, Heart)
Wright Simon (1963, AC/DC)



Anthony, Michael (1955, Van Halen)
Atkins, Chet (1924, Country-Gitarrist)
Emperhoff, Wolfgang (1944, Orlando Riva Sound)
Gibson, Chris (1960, Gibson Brothers)
Guy, Billy (1936, Coasters)
Keller, Jerry (1937, Snger)
Longmuir, Alan (1949, Bay City Rollers)
Murray, Anne (1945, Sngerin)
Payton, Lawrence (1997, Four Tops, Todestag)
Richie, Lionel (1949, Commodores, Snger, Keyboarder, Songschreiber)
Taylor, John (1960, Duran Duran)
Wilson, Brian (1942, Beach Boys)



Baptiste, Mona (1928, Sngerin)
Britton, Chris (1945, Troggs)
Brzezicki, Mark (1957, Procol Harum)
Danus, Miguel Vincens (1944, Los Bravos)
Davies, Ray (1944, Kinks)
Deodato (1942, Musiker)
Galizia, Gianni (1952, I Santo California)
Hiseman, Jon (1944, Colosseum, Schlagzeuger)
Kramer, Joey (1950, Aerosmith)
Lofgren, Nils (1953, Snger)
Molland, Joey (1947, Badfinger)
Olsen, Janine Karen (1958, Gitti & Erica)
Silson, Alan (1951, Smokie)
Smith, O.C. (1932, Snger)
Stoor, Todde (1946, Spotnicks)
Wendland, Gerhard (1996, Snger, Todestag)
Young, John Paul (1950, Snger)



Allison, Verne (1936, Dells)
Asher, Peter (1944, Peter & Gordon)
Hooker, John Lee (2001, Bluessnger, Gitarrist, Komponist, Todestag)
Johnson, Corinthian "Kripp" (1990, Dell-Vikings, Todestag)
Kaempfert, Bert (1980, Arrangeur, Produzent, Komponist, Orchesterleiter, Todestag)
Kaylan, "Eddie" Howard (1947, Flo & Eddie, Turtles)
Kristofferson, Kris (1936, Snger, Gitarrist, Komponist, Schauspieler)
Laughner, Peter (1977, Pere Ubu, Todestag)
Osmond, Alan (1949, Osmonds)
Rundgren, Todd (1948, Snger, Gitarrist, Produzent, Songschreiber)



Dragstra, Betty (1952, Pussycat)
Faith, Adam (1940, Snger)
Goddard, Paul (1945, Atlanta Rhythm Section)
Hightower, Rosetta (1944, Orlons)
John, Leee (1957, Imagination)
Sutcliffe, Stu (1940, Beatles)
Todd, Dotty (1923, Art & Dotty Todd)



Astro (1957, UB40)
Beck, Jeff (1944, Yardbirds, Snger)
Bluntstone, Colin (1945, Zombies, Snger)
Brown, Arthur (1942, Snger)
Campbell, Tony (1944, Jigsaw)
D'Albuquerque, Michael (1947, ELO)
Fleetwood, Mick (1942, Fleetwood Mac)
Illsley, John (1949, Dire Straits)
McCluskey, Andrew (1959, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark)
Moraz, Patrick (1948, Moody Blues, Yes)
Riley, Terry (1935, Snger, Pianist, Saxophonist)
Schrder, Rolle (1944, Rainbows)
Simpson, Derrick "Duckie" (1950, Black Uhuru)
Whitney, Charlie (1944, Family)
Wood, Chris (1944, Traffic)



Chenier, Clifton (1925, Snger, Komponist)
Finn, Timothy (1952, Split Enz)
Lanier, Allen (1946, Blue ster Cult)
McDonald, Ian (1946, Foreigner)
Melvin, Harold (1939, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes)
Michael, George (1963, Wham)
Paich, David (1954, Toto)
Simon, Carly (1945, Sngerin, Pianistin, Gitarristin, Songschreiberin)
Soul, Jimmy (1988, Soulsnger, Todestag)
Warwick, Clint (1939, Moody Blues)



Baptiste, Mona (1993, Sngerin, Todestag)
Curtis, Adrian (1949, Gun)
Davis Jr., Billy (1939, Fifth Dimension, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.)
Daye, Junior (1950, Sweet Sensation [UK])
Fame, Georgie (1943, Snger, Pianist)
Jones, Mick (1953, Clash)
Knight, Jean (1943, Soul-Sngerin)
Ross, Rindy (1951, Quaterflash)
Taylor, Larry (1942, Canned Heat)



Johnston, Bruce (1944, Beach Boys, Rip Chords)
Lavis, Gilson (1951, Squeeze)
Mills, Frank (1942, Pianist, Komponist, Produzent, Arrangeur, Songschreiber)
Risbrook, Louis (1953, B.T. Express)
Thelin, Bjrn (1942, Spotnicks)



Carr, Cathy (1936, Sngerin)
Harrison, Bobby (1943, Procol Harum)
Knights, Dave (1945, Procol Harum)



Anderson, Leroy (1908, Snger, Komponist, Arrangeur)
Buckley, Tim (1975, Snger, Komponist, Schauspieler, Drehbuchautor, Todestag)
Carlos, Don (1952, Black Uhuru)
George, Lowell (1979, Little Feat, Frank Zappa, Todestag)
Gordon, Derv(in) (1948, Equals)
Gordon, Lincoln (1948, Equals)
Haenning, Gitte (1946, Sngerin)
Jankowski, Horst (1998, Pianist, Komponist, Arrangeur, Chor-/Orchesterleiter, Todestag)
King, Evelyn "Champagne" (1960, Sngerin)
Lee, Leonard (1935, Shirley & Company, Komponist)
Little Eva (1945, Sngerin)
Long, Shorty (1969, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Paice, Ian (1948, Deep Purple)
Rowley, Mick (1946, Smoke)
Santana, Carlo (1947, Paper Lace)
Spear, Roger Ruskin (1943, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band)



Alexander, Peter (1926, Snger, Schauspieler)
Ballard, Florence (1943, Supremes)
Brown, William (1946, Moments)
Henley, Larry (1937, Newbeats)
Ihle, Herbert (1945, Orlando Riva Sound)
Klouwer, Theo (1947, Cats)
Lindes, Hal (1953, Dire Straits)
Scott, Andy (1949, Sweet)
Shorrock, Glenn (1944, Little River Band)
Valli, June (1930, Sngerin)
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