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Original JukeBox Hitparaden und andere nostalgische Hitparaden. Jeden Samstag ab 10:00 Uhr und am 29. April 2017 die UK Charts April  1964

Top 40 Hits of Late April 1964
^ 1 Peter & Gordon World Without Love
^ 2 The Searchers Don't Throw Your Love Away
fall 3 The Beatles Can't Buy Me Love
fall 4 The Bachelors I Believe
^ 5 Millie My Boy Lollipop
fall 6 Jim Reeves I Love You Because
^ 7 Doris Day Move Over Darling
- 8 Applejacks Tell Me When
fall 9 The Rolling Stones Not Fade Away
^ 10 The Mojos Everything's Alright
^ 11 Gerry & The Pacemakers Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying
^ 12 The Migil Five Mocking Bird Hill
fall 13 Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas Little Children
^ 14 Manfred Mann Hubble Bubble Toil And Trouble
fall 15 The Hollies Just One Look
^ 16 The Four Pennies Juliet
fall 17 The Swinging Blue Jeans Good Golly Miss Molly
fall 18 Gene Pitney That Girl Belongs To Yesterday
new 19 Dionne Warwick Walk On By
^ 20 The Merseybeats Don't Turn Around
fall 21 The Shadows Theme For Young Lovers
fall 22 The Bachelors Diane
new 23 The Animals Baby Let Me Take You Home
fall 24 Elvis Presley Viva Las Vegas
fall 25 Cilla Black Anyone Who Had A Heart
^ 26 Tommy Tucker Hi-Heel Sneakers
new 27 The Fourmost A Little Loving
^ 28 Brenda Lee Think
fall 29 Dave Clark Five Bits And Pieces
fall 30 Bern Elliott & The Fenmen New Orleans
new 31 Frank Ifield Angry At The Big Oak Tree
fall 32 Kathy Kirby Let Me Go Lover
new 33 Peter Paul & Mary Tell It On The Mountain
fall 34 The Merseybeats I Think Of You
new 35 Sounds Incorporated The Spartans
fall 36 Freddie & The Dreamers Over You
fall 37 Shirley Bassey Gone
fall 38 Adam Faith If He Tells You
fall 39 Eden Kane Boys Cry
new 40 Gigliola Cinquetti Non Ho L'Eta Per Amarti


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Montag, 24. April 2017

  • Barbra Streisand ("The Way We Were") is 75
  • Robert Knight ("Everlasting Love") is 72
  • The late Freddie Scott ("Hey Girl") is born in 1933
  • Michael Parks ("Long Lonesome Highway") is 77
  • Billy Paul ("Me And Mrs. Jones") dies of pancreatic cancer, 2016
  • Al Hibbler ("Unchained Melody") dies, 2001
  • 18 year-old Brenda Lee marries her husband, Ronnie (and the couple is still together), 1963
  • Grace Slick of Jefferson Airplane is inadvertently invited to Tricia Nixon's White House party. Guards stop her escort, activist Abby Hoffman, from entering and both leave, 1970
  • Apple Records rejects David Bowie, 1968
  • NBC-TV's "Saturday Night Live" offers the Beatles a whopping $3,000 to reunite on their show (John and Paul are watching in New York and almost decide to drop by), 1976
  • Bob Dylan makes his recording debut as the harmonica player for a Harry Belafonte album, 1961
  • "The Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass Special" airs on CBS-TV, 1967
  • The musical, "Good Vibrations" (written around the Beach Boys' music) closes on Broadway after 94 performances, 2005
  • "Elvis- The Great Performances" airs on CBS-TV, 1992
  • Gladys Knight is voted off of ABC-TV's "Dancing With The Stars" (the day after "Motown Night" on the show), 2012
  • Michael Jackson's home movies air on Fox-TV, 2003
  • Bobby Darin records "Early In The Morning", which Brunswick Records releases as by the "Ding Dongs" (Atco Records, which has the rights to Bobby, claims the master and re-releases it as by the "Rinky Dinks"), 1958

Sonntag, 23. April 2017

  • The late Roy Orbison ("Oh, Pretty Woman") is born in 1936
  • The late Ray Peterson ("Tell Laura I Love Her") is born in 1935
  • The late Dale Houston of Dale & Grace ("I'm Leaving It Up To You") is born in 1940
  • Peter Ham of Badfinger ("Day After Day") hangs himself in the garage of his Surrey, England home, 1975
  • Producer Huey P. Meaux (gave us recordings by B.J. Thomas, the Sir Douglas Quintet and Dale & Grace) dies, 2011
  • Dale Ward suffers a massive stroke, 2008
  • Jos Feliciano is among the inaugural class of inductees into the Latino Songwriting Hall of Fame in Miami Beach, 2013
  • Cass Elliot collapses before a scheduled performance on NBC-TV's "Tonight Show", 1974
  • Carole King sues her record label for $400,000 in unpaid royalties and the rights to her old recordings, 1987
  • Carlos Santana receives a lifetime achievement honor at the Billboard Latin Music Conference and Awards, 2009
  • Elvis Presley's Las Vegas debut at the New Frontier Hotel lasts only one of the two scheduled weeks, 1956
  • Bobby Rydell appears as himself on an episode of NBC-TV's "My Two Dads", 1990
  • Jan & Dean record "Surf City", 1963

Freitag, 21. April 2017

  • The late Paul Davis ("I Go Crazy") is born in 1948
  • Dean Friedman ("Ariel") is 62
  • Al Wilson ("Show And Tell") dies of kidney failure, 2008
  • Lonnie Mack ("Memphis") dies, 2016
  • Nina Simone ("I Loves You Porgy") dies in 2003
  • Neil Diamond marries his third wife, manager Katie McNeil, 2012
  • John Denver is the first inductee into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, 2011
  • Elton John makes his solo concert debut, opening for T. Rex in London, 1970
  • Natalie Cole and John Denver guest on Frank Sinatra's ABC-TV special, "Frank Sinatra And Friends", 1977
  • Johnny Mathis records "Misty", 1959

Donnerstag, 20. April 2017

  • Johnny Tillotson ("Poetry In Motion") is 78
  • Phil Spector's father, Harvey commits suicide ("To Know Him Is To Love Him" on his gravestone eventually inspires Phil to write the Teddy Bears song of that name), 1949
  • Rick Nelson marries (pregnant) Kris Harmon (sister of actor Mark Harmon- they separate in 1980 and divorce two years later), 1963
  • Gerry Marsden of Gerry & the Pacemakers receives the Freedom of Liverpool Award for services to charity and his home town, 2009
  • The first-ever Deep Purple concert is held, in Jastrup, Denmark, 1968
  • David Bowie and Elton John are among the artists who perform at a posthumous tribute to Queen's Freddie Mercury in London, 1992
  • John Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas pleads guilty to drug trafficking (all but 30 days of his eight-year sentence are suspended), 1981
  • Patti LaBelle is voted off of ABC-TV's "Dancing With The Stars", 2015
  • The Elvis Presley/Ann-Margret film, "Viva Las Vegas" premieres in New York (it will open nationally two months later), 1964
  • The Beatles record the vocals for "Eleanor Rigby", 1966

Mittwoch, 19. April 2017

  • Mark Volman (Flo of the Turtles- "Happy Together") is 70
  • The late Dickie Goodman ("The Flying Saucer") is born in 1934
  • The late Bobby Russell (sang "Saturday Morning Confusion" and wrote songs like "Honey" and "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia") is born in 1941
  • Levon Helm of the Band ("Up On Cripple Creek") dies of cancer, 2012
  • Deon Jackson ("Love Makes The World Go Round") dies, 2014
  • Mike Curb receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2009
  • Clyde McPhatter is discharged from the U.S. Army, 1956
  • Jackie Wilson debuts at the Copacabana in New York, 1962
  • A stage musical version of the film, "Jailhouse Rock" opens in London, 2004
  • The Ringo Starr/Harry Nilsson film, "Son Of Dracula" premieres, 1974
  • The TV movie, "Summer Dreams: The Story Of The Beach Boys" airs on ABC, 1990

Dienstag, 18. April 2017

  • Hayley Mills ("Let's Get Together") is 71
  • Dick Clark ("American Bandstand") dies from a heart attack a day after undergoing prostate surgery, 2012
  • Second Lt. Buddy Knox is called up for six months active duty by the U.S. Army Reserves, 1957
  • Etta James gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2003
  • Carly Simon receives the Founders Award for pioneering songwriters from the American Society of Composers and Publishers, 2012
  • The Neil Young movie, "Journey Through The Past" debuts at the Dallas Film Festival, 1973
  • Bobby Rydell guests as "The Singing Delinquent" on an episode of "Make Room For Daddy" on CBS-TV, 1960
  • The Jackson 5 and Bill Cosby guest on Diana Ross' solo ABC-TV special, "Diana!", 1971
  • "American Bandstand" airs a taped telephone interview with the Beatles, 1964
  • The movie, "FM", with performances by Linda Ronstadt and Jimmy Buffett, debuts in 1978
  • Bobby Bare records "Detroit City", 1963

Montag, 17. April 2017

  • Tony Bellus ("Robbin' The Cradle") is 81
  • Chris Barber ("Petite Fleur") is 77
  • The late Bobby Curtola ("Fortuneteller") is born in 1944
  • The late producer Don Kirshner (gave us the Monkees and TV's "Rock Concert") is born in 1934
  • Eddie Cochran dies and Gene Vincent is seriously injured in a London car crash, 1960
  • Linda McCartney ("Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" with husband Paul) dies of breast cancer in 1998
  • Judy Collins gets married 18 years to the day after meeting her husband-to-be, 1995
  • Ferlin Husky is hospitalized in Springfield, Missouri for congestive heart failure and pneumonia, 2009
  • Johnny Cash plays for U.S. President Richard Nixon at the White House (Nixon confuses him with Merle Haggard and asks him to sing "Okie From Muskogee"), 1Washington's FBI lab reports it cannot determine the lyrics to "Louie Louie", 1Elvis Presley buys a Delta Airlines jet which, after remodeling, becomes the Lisa Marie, 1975
  • The first solo concert by the Band is held, in San Francisco, 1969
  • Them (with Van Morrison) make their first concert appearance, at Belfast's Maritime Hotel, 1964
  • The first nationally syndicated episode of "Shivaree" airs with guests the Supremes, Johnny Tillotson and Brenda Holloway, 1965
  • Bobby Sherman guests on NBC-TV's "The Monkees", 1967
  • Gloria Gaynor guests on Fox-TV's "Ally McBeal", 2000
  • Paul McCartney releases his first solo album, "McCartney", 1970
  • Ricky Nelson records "Poor Little Fool", 1958

Sonntag, 16. April 2017

  • The late Dusty Springfield ("You Don't Have To Say You Love Me") is born in 1939
  • Bobby Vinton ("Roses Are Red") is 82
  • The late Gerry Rafferty ("Baker Street" and member of Stealers Wheel) is born in 1947
  • The late Roy Hamilton ("Unchained Melody") is born in 1929
  • The late Henry Mancini ("Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet") is born in 1924
  • The late Ed Townsend ("For Your Love") is born in 1929
  • Perry Botkin, Jr. ("Nadia's Theme" with Barry DeVorzon) is 84
  • Stevie Wonder's wife, Yolanda gives birth to their son, Kieta, 1977
  • Anne Murray gives birth to her daughter Dawn, 1979
  • Bel Air, California police arrest two men trying to rob Jan Berry's home while he is in the hospital recovering from his near-fatal car crash, 1966
  • The Florida state House of Representatives declares it "Jimmy Buffett Day", 2011
  • "Archie Bell & the Drells Day" is declared in Houston, Texas, 2013
  • Barbra Streisand donates $5 million to a Los Angeles hospital, 2008
  • Roy Orbison is in the audience at Elvis Presley's concert at the Sportatorium in Dallas, Texas, 1955
  • The first U.S. Hollies concert is at New York's Paramount Theatre, 1965
  • The first U.S. Queen concert is at Regis College in Denver, Colorado, 1974
  • Kiss announces a reunion tour (complete with makeup), 1996
  • "77 Sunset Strip" (with Edd Byrnes) debuts as an episode of ABC-TV's "Conflict" series (differing from the later series in that Kookie is a serial killer), 1957
  • The first Rolling Stones album in released in Britain, 1964
  • Dean Martin records "Everybody Loves Somebody", 1964

Samstag, 15. April 2017

  • Dave Edmunds ("I Hear You Knocking") is 73
  • The late Bob Luman ("Let's Think About Living") is born in 1937
  • Roy Clark ("Yesterday, When I Was Young") is 84
  • John Fred ("Judy In Disguise") dies after being hospitalized with kidney problems, 2005
  • "Little" Joe Cook of Little Joe & the Thrillers ("Peanuts") dies, 2014
  • Billy Joel suffers a severe hand injury in a motorcycle crash on Long Island, New York, 1982
  • The Buffalo Springfield perform for the first time, opening for the Byrds in San Bernardino, California, 1966
  • A George McGovern presidential fundraiser in Los Angeles stars Carole King, James Taylor, Quincy Jones and Barbra Streisand (Cass Elliot serves as a celebrity usher), 1972
  • Buddy Holly's Fender Stratocaster guitar is stolen at a St. Louis, Missouri concert, 1958
  • The Dick Clark movie, "Because They're Young" opens in 1960
  • Priscilla Presley (Elvis' ex-wife) is voted off ABC-TV's "Dancing With The Stars", 2008
  • Aretha Franklin records "Think", 1968
  • Richard Chamberlain records "Three Stars Will Shine Tonight" (the theme from his his TV show, "Dr. Kildare"), 1962
  • Lulu's first single, "Shout", is released in Britain, 1964

Freitag, 14. April 2017

  • Michael Brewer of Brewer & Shipley ("One Toke Over The Line") is 73
  • Percy Sledge ("When A Man Loves A Woman") dies in 2015
  • Thurston Harris ("Little Bitty Pretty One") dies of a heart attack in 1990
  • Burl Ives ("A Little Bitty Tear") dies from cancer of the mouth in 1995
  • Don Ho ("Tiny Bubbles") dies of heart failure, 2007
  • Producer Phil Spector marries Ronnie Bennett of the Ronettes (four years after beginning an affair with her and two years after he divorced his first wife- the marriage lasts five years), 1968
  • George Harrison receives a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2009
  • Stephen Stills breaks his wrist in an auto accident, 1970
  • The Beatles first meet the Rolling Stones after the Stones' Richmond, England concert, 1963
  • Bobby Helms auditions for, and signs with, Decca Records, 1956
  • Brian May of Queen becomes chancellor of John Moore University in Liverpool, England, 2008
  • Aretha Franklin and Darlene Love are among those singing gospel music as part of the White House's performance series, 2015
  • Barbra Streisand (in "Funny Girl") ties Katherine Hepburn (in "The Lion In Winter") for the Best Actress Academy Award, 1969
  • The Broadway musical, "Bye Bye Birdie" (inspired by the drafting of Elvis Presley) opens, 1960
  • "Motown: The Musical" opens on Broadway, 2013
  • The Elvis Presley/Shelley Fabares movie, "Girl Happy" opens, 1965
  • The Frankie Avalon/Annette Funicello film, "Beach Blanket Bingo" opens the same day in 1965
  • The "33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee" TV special airs on NBC, 1969
  • The final "Where The Action Is" airs on ABC-TV, 1967
  • "Olivia's Hollywood Nights" an ABC-TV special, stars Olivia Newton-John, Elton John, the Carpenters and Andy Gibb, 1980
  • The Beatles record "Paperback Writer" in 1966

Donnerstag, 13. April 2017

  • Al Green ("Let's Stay Together") is 71
  • Bill Conti ("Gonna Fly Now") is 75
  • Nathaniel Mayer ("Village Of Love") suffers a brain hemorrhage (and dies less than seven months later), 2008
  • Producer Phil Spector is found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2003 shooting of actress Lana Clarkson in Phil's Alhambra, California home, 2009
  • Bobby Darin (in "Captain Newman, MD") loses the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award to Melvyn Douglas (in "Hud"), 1964
  • David Crosby of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash is arrested for the second time in three weeks with drugs, this time in Dallas, 1982
  • Polish police use tear gas to control a riot at a Rolling Stones concert, 1967
  • The Beatles are named Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards, 1965
  • Jack Jones receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1989
  • Diana Ross appears solo on Dinah Shore's NBC-TV special, "Like Hep", 1969
  • Ronnie Hawkins records "Forty Days", 1959

Mittwoch, 12. April 2017

  • David Cassidy ("Cherish" and lead singer of the Partridge Family) is 67
  • John Kay of Steppenwolf ("Born To Be Wild") is 73
  • The late Ned Miller ("From A Jack To A King") is born in 1925
  • The late Tiny Tim ("Tiptoe Thru The Tulips") is born Herbert Khaury in 1930
  • The late Billy Vaughn ("Sail Along Silvery Moon") is born in 1919
  • Mike :azo, lead singer of the Tempos ("See You In September") dies, 2016
  • Lou Reed marries singer Laurie Anderson, 2008
  • The Four Tops sing at Aretha Franklin's wedding (the marriage lasts six years), 1978
  • Gladys Knight marries her fourth husband (they're still married), 2001
  • Chubby Checker marries former Miss World Katerina Lodders (inspiration for his song "Loddy Lo"- they're still married, too), 1964
  • "Dead Man's Curve" almost comes true for Jan Berry of Jan & Dean as he crashes his car on that stretch of Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, 1966
  • Jimy Sohns, lead singer of the Shadows of Knight, suffers a stroke, 2016
  • Sonny Bono is elected mayor of Palm Springs, California, 1988
  • "Louie Louie Day" is held in Olympia, Washington as an unsuccessful attempt is made to make it the official state song, 1984
  • The Five Americans file a $175,000 lawsuit against a Dallas radio station, contending their weekly music survey is "false and misleading" (the station is forced to change the wording on the survey), 1966
  • Hank Williams is honored with a special citation by the Pulitzer Prize committee 57 years after his death, 2010
  • The Hollywood Rock Walk inducts Jan & Dean, the Ventures, the Chantays and the Surfaris (and the city of Los Angeles declares it "Ventures Day"), 1996
  • Skeeter Davis, the Hilltoppers and Exile are inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame in Lexington (and Jackie DeShannon is given a Lifetime Achievement Award), 2012
  • Stevie Wonder appears on "Sesame Street" on public television, 1973
  • The Ringo Starr/David Essex movie, "That'll Be The Day" premieres in London, 1973
  • Bill Haley records "Rock Around The Clock" (though he shows up two hours late when his ferry is caught on a sandbar), 1954
  • Big Joe Turner's "Shake, Rattle And Roll" is released, 1954

Dienstag, 11. April 2017

  • The late Richard Berry (composer of "Louie Louie") is born in 1935
  • June Pointer of the Pointer Sisters ("Slow Hand") dies of cancer, 2006
  • Elton John sings at the funeral of young AIDS victim Ryan White, 1990
  • Elvis Presley's plane, traveling from Los Angeles to Nashville, almost crashes, 1956
  • Cher wins the Best Actress Academy Award for "Moonstruck", 1988
  • A Detroit housing project names streets after Aretha Franklin and seven Motown stars, 2002
  • Bob Dylan makes his New York City debut, at Gerdes' Folk City in Greenwich Village, 1961
  • Paul McCartney gives a twenty-minute concert from the roof of a building he owns in London, 1997
  • Elvis Presley is given the key to the city of Roanoke, Virginia by the mayor while on a concert tour there, 1972
  • Paul Anka guests on host Frankie Avalon's first network radio program, on ABC, 1959
  • Cliff Richard stars in the Dave Clark-produced stage musical, "Time" (also featuring Dionne Warwick, Leo Sayer and Queen's Freddie Mercury), in London, 1986
  • "The Million Dollar Quartet," a stage musical based on the real-life meeting of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash at the Sun Records studios in Memphis in 1956, opens on Broadway (it runs 489 performances over the next year), 2010
  • Elvis Presley's "Follow That Dream" movie premieres in Ocala, Florida (near where it was filmed- it opens nationally six weeks later), 1962
  • Big Brother & the Holding Company make their national TV debut on ABC's "Hollywood Palace", 1968
  • Paul Anka appears on the WB television show, "Gilmore Girls", 2006
  • Ringo Starr guests on Fox-TV's "The Simpsons", 1991
  • Frank Sinatra records "Strangers In The Night", 1966
  • Nat "King" Cole records "Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days Of Summer", 1963

Sonntag, 9. April 2017

  • The late Carl Perkins ("Blue Suede Shoes") is born in 1932
  • The late Terry Knight ("I Who Have Nothing" and one-time manager of Grand Funk) is born in 1943
  • Emil Stucchio of the Classics ("Till Then") is 72
  • Dave Prater of Sam & Dave ("Soul Man") dies in a car crash near Sycamore, Georgia, 1988
  • Brook Benton ("The Boll Weevil Song") dies of bacterial meningitis in 1988
  • Emilio Pericoli ("Al Di La'") dies, 2013
  • Wayne Newton marries his second wife, Kathleen, in 1994
  • Jeff Beck collapses onstage at a Yardbirds concert in France, 1966
  • Elvis Presley performs at the L.C. Humes High School talent contest, singing "Keep Them Cold, Icy Fingers Off Of Me" (he gets the most applause and is allowed to sing an encore of "Til I Waltz Again With You"), 1953
  • Paul McCartney quits the Beatles (the group's breakup is announced to the press the next day), 1970
  • Bruce Johnston joins the Beach Boys as the permanent replacement for Brian Wilson, 1965
  • Capitol Records reaches an out-of-court settlement with Vee-Jay Records over Beatles songs it claims the latter did not have the right to release, 1964
  • Cher (in "Silkwood") loses the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award to Linda Hunt (in "The Year Of Living Dangerously"), 1984
  • Henry Mancini wins the Best Original Song Academy Award for "Moon River" from "Breakfast At Tiffany's", 1962
  • Charlie Gracie records "Fabulous", 1957

Samstag, 8. April 2017

  • J.J. Jackson ("But It's Alright") is 76
  • The late Dave Somerville of the Diamonds ("Little Darlin'") is born in 1934
  • Annette Funicello ("Tall Paul") dies of complications of multiple sclerosis, 2013
  • Laura Nyro (writer of "Wedding Bell Blues", "Stoney End", "And When I Die" and many others) dies of ovarian cancer in 1997
  • Julian Lennon (the first Beatle baby) is born to John and Cynthia Lennon, 1963
  • Sonny Geraci of the Outsiders and Climax suffers a brain aneurysm, 2012
  • A group representing the Los Angeles Police Department sues Jimmie Rodgers for $13 million for slander as a response to Jimmie's lawsuit over his beating by an off-duty officer the previous December (Jimmie receives $200,000 in an out-of-court settlement five years later), 1968
  • A street in his home town of Camden, New Jersey is named after songwriter and producer Leon Huff, 2009
  • Patty Duke wins the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for "The Miracle Worker", 1963
  • The musical, "Leader Of The Pack: The Songs Of Ellie Greenwich" opens on Broadway (running for 120 performances), 1985
  • The Petula Clark TV special, "Petula" (with guest star Harry Belafonte) airs on NBC, 1968
  • The Johnny Burnette Trio (with brother Dorsey) make the first of three appearances on "Ted Mack's Amateur Hour" on ABC-TV, 1956
  • The Supremes record "Where Did Our Love Go" (their first #1 single), 1964

Freitag, 7. April 2017

  • John Oates of Hall & Oates ("Rich Girl") is 68
  • Janis Ian ("At Seventeen") is 66
  • Charlie Thomas of the Drifters ("There Goes My Baby") is 80
  • The late Percy Faith ("Theme From A Summer Place") is born in 1908
  • Bobby Bare ("500 Miles Away From Home" and the real singer of "All-American Boy") is born in 1935
  • Carol Douglas ("Doctor's Orders") is 69
  • The late Mongo Santamaria ("Watermelon Man") is born in 1923
  • Stan Freberg (parody versions of "Heartbreak Hotel", "Banana Boat Song" and others) dies in 2015
  • Stevie Wonder's daughter Aisha (heard crying at the beginning of "Isn't She Lovely") is born in 1975
  • Fabian undergoes heart bypass surgery in a Pittsburgh hospital, 2014
  • Bobby Rydell undergoes major shoulder surgery in Philadelphia after slipping on hail after an Oregon concert four days earlier, 2010
  • Alice Cooper nearly hangs himself for real at a concert rehearsal in London when a safety rope breaks, 1988
  • Olivia Newton-John begins a 21-day, 141-mile walk along the entire length of the Great Wall of China to raise funds for breast cancer research, 2008
  • Ritchie Blackmore leaves Deep Purple to form Rainbow, 1975
  • Mick Jagger & Keith Richards meet Brian Jones for the first time, at a London jazz club, 1962
  • The stage musical "Rock Of Ages" opens on Broadway, 2009
  • "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" from "Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid" wins the Academy Award for Best Original Song, 1970
  • Bob Dylan is awarded an honorary Pulitzer Prize for his impact on music and culture, 2008
  • Bobby Rydell wins the role of Hugo in the movie version of "Bye Bye Birdie", 1962
  • Sonny & Cher's "Good Times" movie debuts in Chicago, 1967
  • The Platters make their national television debut on Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey's "Stage Show" on CBS, 1956
  • Marty Robbins records "El Paso", 1959
  • Connie Francis records "Everybody's Somebody's Fool", 1960

Donnerstag, 6. April 2017

  • Ral Donner ("Girl Of My Best Friend") dies of lung cancer in 1984
  • Tammy Wynette ("Stand By Your Man") dies from a blood clot in her lung, 1998
  • Ray Charles of the Ray Charles Singers ("Love Me With All Your Heart" and not the blind R&B singer) dies, 2015
  • Rod Stewart marries actor George Hamilton's ex-wife, Alana Hamilton (it lasts five years), 1979
  • Carly Simon first meets James Taylor when he sees her open for Cat Stevens at the Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles, 1971
  • U.S. Secretary of the Interior James Watt bans an Independence Day concert by the Beach Boys in Washington, DC, 1983
  • Gilbert O'Sullivan wins a $2 million lawsuit against his former manager for unpaid royalties, 1985
  • The Rolling Stones record label (with the infamous "lips" logo) debuts in 1971
  • The Russian newspaper, Pravda warns Communist youth about the dangers of doing the Twist, 1962
  • The Temptations sing the national anthem before the NCAA college basketball championship game in Detroit, 2009
  • The Smothers Brothers win over $750,000 from CBS Television in a lawsuit over the cancellation of their TV show, 1973
  • Elvis Presley signs a three-picture movie deal with Paramount studios, 1956
  • The film, "Ladies And Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones" premieres in New York, 1974
  • Meat Loaf appears on an episode of Fox-TV's "House, M.D.", 2009
  • Dick Clark, Chubby Checker, Fabian and Lesley Gore all guest on CBS-TV's "Murphy Brown", 1998
  • Peter Frampton guest-stars on NBC-TV's "Black Sheep Squadron", 1978
  • Micky Dolenz appears on "My Three Sons" on CBS-TV, 1972
  • Joanie Sommers guests on the syndicated "Frankie Avalon Easter (TV) Special", 1969
  • The Beach Boys record "California Girls" in 1965
  • The Kingsmen record "Louie Louie", 1963
  • Bobby Darin records "18 Yellow Roses", 1963

Mittwoch, 5. April 2017

  • The late Tony Williams of the Platters ("The Great Pretender") is born in 1928
  • The late Crispian St. Peters ("The Pied Piper") is born in 1944
  • Billy Bland ("Let The Little Girl Dance") is born in 1932
  • Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA ("Dancing Queen") is 67
  • The late Gale Storm ("I Hear You Knockin'") is born, 1922
  • The late British producer Joe Meek ("Telstar", "Have I The Right" and many others) is born in 1929
  • Gene Pitney ("Only Love Can Break A Heart") dies of a heart attack while on tour in Wales, 2006
  • Danny Rapp of Danny & the Juniors ("At The Hop") dies of a self-inflicted gunshot, 1983
  • Leon Haywood ("I Want'a Do Somethin' Freaky To You") dies, 2016
  • James Brown makes a nationally-televised appeal for calm in the wake of the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968
  • A tornado kills 235 people in Tupelo, Mississippi (but one year-old Elvis Presley and his family survive), 1936
  • Toto performs its last concert before breaking up, in Seoul, South Korea, 2008
  • The Guess Who host a celebrity tennis tournament in Toronto to benefit Ballet of Canada, 1974
  • Jackson Browne, John Sebastian and others raise $150,000 at an environmental charity concert in Tokyo, 1977
  • Elvis Presley's "Double Trouble" movie debuts, 1967
  • The Searchers make their U.S. television debut on CBS' "Ed Sullivan Show", 1964

Dienstag, 4. April 2017

  • The late Major Lance ("Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um") is born in 1941
  • Hugh Masekela ("Grazin' In The Grass") is 78
  • The late Margo Sylvia of the Tune Weavers ("Happy, Happy Birthday Baby") is born in 1936
  • Kris Jensen ("Torture") is 75
  • Carlo Mastrangelo (lead singer of the Belmonts after Dion left-- "Come On Little Angel") dies, 2016
  • The ashes of the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia are scattered in the Ganges River in India, 1996
  • Wilson Pickett is arrested for cocaine possession while on probation (which leads to another year in jail), 1996
  • Fabian receives his diploma from South Side High School in Philadelphia, 1961
  • "Laughter In The Rain," a stage musical based on the life of Neil Sedaka, receives its world premiere in Bromley, England, 2010
  • Helen Reddy tapes a TV special for NBC (she buys it back from the network for $500,000 in a dispute over when it would air), 1979
  • Janis Joplin holds a reunion concert with Big Brother & the Holding Company, in San Francisco, 1970
  • "High Hopes" from the movie "A Hole In The Head" wins the Academy Award for Best Original Song, 1960
  • The Rolling Stones' documentary film, "Shine A Light," opens in 2008
  • Elvis Presley records "Are You Lonesome To-Night", 1960
  • Earl Grant records "(At) The End (Of A Rainbow)", 1958

Montag, 3. April 2017

  • The late Jan Berry of Jan & Dean ("Surf City") is born in 1941
  • Tony Orlando ("Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree") is 73
  • Doris Day ("Secret Love") is 93
  • The late Billy Joe Royal ("Down In The Boondocks") is born in 1942
  • Wayne Newton ("Danke Shoen") is 75
  • Jeff Barry (Raindrops member and writer with then-wife Ellie Greenwich of such tunes as "Hanky Panky", "Chapel Of Love" and "Be My Baby") is 79
  • The late Don Gibson ("Oh, Lonesome Me") is born in 1928
  • Sarah Vaughan ("Broken-Hearted Melody") dies in 1990
  • Steve Miller is arrested for setting fire to a "friend's" possessions and then resisting arrest, 1975
  • The British Broadcasting Corporation bans the Coasters' "Charlie Brown" over its reference to "spitballs" (a ban it lifts two weeks later), 1959
  • Elvis Presley sings "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Blue Suede Shoes" on Milton Berle's NBC-TV show (live from the deck of the U.S.S. Hancock in San Diego), 1956
  • Lisa Marie Presley is interviewed on ABC-TV's "Primetime", 2003
  • Elvis Presley's "It Happened At The World's Fair" movie opens in Los Angeles (it opens nationally a week later), 1963
  • "Cher... Special" (with guest star Rod Stewart) airs on ABC-TV, 1978
  • Paul Anka appears on CBS-TV's "Make Room For Daddy", 1961
  • Elvis Presley records "It's Now Or Never", 1960

Sonntag, 2. April 2017

  • The late Marvin Gaye ("Let's Get It On") is born in 1939
  • The late Leon Russell ("Tight Rope") is born in 1941
  • Edwin Starr ("War") dies of a heart attack, 2003
  • Mike Gibbons, lead singer of Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods ("Billy Don't Be A Hero") dies, 2016
  • Steve Winwood leaves the Spencer Davis Group to form Traffic, 1967
  • Roberta Flack guests on the ABC-TV soap opera, "Loving", 1993
  • The Beatles finish recording their "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album, 1967
  • The Beach Boys record "I Get Around" (and Brian Wilson gets so fed up with his father's criticism that he fires him as their manager), 1964
  • Freddie & the Dreamers record "Do The Freddie", 1965
  • Johnny Cash records "I Walk The Line", 1956

Samstag, 1. April 2017

  • Rudolph Isley of the Isley Brothers ("It's Your Thing") is 78
  • Henry Gross ("Shannon") is 66
  • Tom Shipley of Brewer & Shipley ("One Toke Over The Line") is 76
  • The late Debbie Reynolds ("Tammy") is born in 1932
  • Phil Margo of the Tokens ("The Lion Sleeps Tonight") is 74
  • The late Jim Ed Brown of the Browns ("The Three Bells") is born in 1934
  • Frank Gari ("Utopia") is 75
  • Marvin Gaye ("I Heard It Through The Grapevine") is shot to death by his father, following an argument, 1984
  • Joe "Speedo" Frazier, lead singer of the Impalas ("I Ran All The Way Home") dies, 2014
  • Elvis Presley is admitted to a Memphis hospital suffering from fatigue and intestinal flu (he stays there for six days), 1977
  • Sly Stone is arrested after a traffic stop in Los Angeles for possession of cocaine (he pleads "no contest" and the charges are dismissed after he completes rehabilitation), 2011
  • Barbra Streisand (in "The Way We Were") loses the Best Actress Academy Award to Glenda Jackson (in "A Touch Of Class"), 1974
  • "Cheap Trick Day" is declared in the state of Illinois, 2008
  • The Philadelphia Fury soccer team (owned by Paul Simon, Peter Frampton, James Taylor and others) makes its debut (it lasts three seasons), 1978
  • Elvis Presley tapes Frank Sinatra's Timex TV special, "Welcome Home Elvis", in Miami, 1960
  • Elvis Presley films his Hollywood screen test, a scene from "The Rainmaker", 1956
  • The "Woodstock" movie premieres in Hollywood, 1970
  • James Darren guests on ABC-TV's "Donna Reed Show", 1959
  • Freddy Cannon's "Tallahassee Lassie" is released, 1959
  • Troy Shondell records "This Time", 1961


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Barbata, John (1946, Turtles)
Blakley, Alan (1942, Tremeloes)
Brooks, Danny (1942, Dovells)
Brown, Jim Edward (1934, Browns)
Cliff, Jimmy (1948, Snger)
Cowe, Simon (1948, Lindisfarne)
Currie, Billy (1952, Ultravox, Visage)
Fairley, Pat (1946, Marmalade)
Gaye, Marvin (1984, Soulsnger, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Gross, Henry (1951, Snger, Gitarrist)
Isley, Rudolph (1939, Isley Brothers)
Lane, Ronnie (1946, Faces, Small Faces)
Margo, Philip (1942, Tokens)
Menke, Joe (1925, Hansen Quartett)
Porcaro, Jeff (1954, Steely Dan, Toto)
Reynolds, Debbie (1932, Schauspielerin, Sngerin)
Scott, Robin (1947, M)
Scott-Heron, Gil (1949, Snger, Pianist, Komponist)



Castrodale, Phil "Parrot" (1942, Reflections)
Coryell, Larry (1943, Snger)
Dale, Glen (1943, Fortunes)
Drews, Jrgen (1947, Les Humphries Singers, Snger)
Dundas, David (1945, Snger)
Gainsbourg, Serge (1928, Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg, Snger, Schauspieler, Pianist, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Gaye, Marvin (1939, Snger, Songschreiber)
Greger, Max (1926, Bandleader, Saxophonist, Komponist)
Harris, Emmylou (1947, Countrysngerin, Gitarristin)
Monte, Lou (1917, Snger)
Robinson, David (1953, Cars)
Russel, Leon (1941, Snger, Musiker, Komponist, Produzent)
Wilkeson, Leon (1952, Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Winter, Kurt (1946, Guess Who)



Berry, Jan (1941, Jan & Dean)
Dash, Leslie (1943, Hedgehoppers Anonymous)
Day, Doris (1924, Schauspielerin, Sngerin)
Gibson, Don (1928, Snger)
Manuel, Richard (1945, Band)
Newton, Wayne (1942, Snger, Multi-Instrumentalist)
Orlando, Tony (1944, Dawn, Snger)
Paulsen, Ralf (1929, Snger)
Pritchard, Barry (1944, Fortunes)
Royal, Billy Joe (1942, Snger, Gitarrist, Pianist, Schlagzeuger)
Schacher, Mel (1951, Grand Funk Railroad)
Thompson, Richard (1949, Fairport Convention)
Vann, Joe (1942, Duprees)
Vaughan, Sarah (1990, Sngerin, Pianistin, Todestag)
W., Roland (1941, Snger)
Wilkinson, Lois Ann (1944, Caravelles)
Williams, Peter (Mixtures)
Wynne, Phillipp (1938, Spinners)



Bernstein, Elmer (1922, Blser, Komponist)
Craft, Mike (1958, Smokie)
Dicken (1950, Mr. Big [GB])
Duncombe, James "Jimmy" (1943, Jimmy & The Rackets)
Forsyth, Juli (1958, Guys 'n' Dolls)
Haycock, Peter (1952, Climax Blues Band)
Hill, Dave (1946, Slade)
Lance, Major (1941, Snger)
Lingle, Larry (1949, Four Seasons)
Masekela, Hugh (1939, Bandleader, Snger, Trompeter, Songschreiber)
Moore, Gary (1952, Thin Lizzy, Gitarrist)
Muddy Waters (1915, Snger, Gitarrist)
Oakley, Berry (1948, Allman Brothers Band)
Potgieter, Louis Hendrik (1951, Dschinghis Khan)
Sylvia, Margo (1936, Tune Weavers)
Weinzierl, John (1949, Amon Dl II)
Zero, Mike (1947, Randy & The Rainbows)



Atack, Keith (1959, Child)
Atack, Timothy (1959, Child)
Bland, Billy (1932, Snger)
Caldwell, Nicholas (1944, Whispers)
Clarke, Allan (1942, Hollies)
Fltskog, Agnetha (1950, Abba)
Gill, Vince (1957, Pure Prairie League)
Harpo (1950, Snger)
Hite, Bob (1981, Canned Heat, Todestag)
LaFlamme, David (1941, It's A Beautiful Day)
Marini, Simonetta (1955, I Santo California)
Morton, Everett (1951, Beat)
Pitney, Gene (2006, Snger, Gitarrist, Pianist, Schlagzeuger, Komponist, Todestag)
Powell, Cozy (1998, Emerson, Lake & Palmer; Rainbow; Songschreiber; Schlagzeuger; Todestag)
Rapp, Danny (1983, Danny & The Juniors, Todestag)
St. Peters, Crispian (1944, Snger, Gitarrist)
Storm, Gale (1922, Sngerin, Schauspielerin)
Swarbrick, Dave (1941, Fairport Convention)
White, Ronnie (1939, Miracles)
Williams, Tony (1928, Platters)



Connor, Tony (1947, Hot Chocolate)
Donner, Ral (1984, Snger, Todestag)
Franke, Chris (1953, Tangerine Dream)
Haggard, Merle (1937, Country-Snger, Gitarrist, Komponist)
Hernandez, Patrick (1949, Snger, Gitarrist)
Insterburg, Ingo (1934, Snger)
Johnson, Cynthia (1956, Lipps Inc.)
Phillips, Holly Michelle Gilliam (1944, Mamas & Papas)
Rogers, Julie (1943, Sngerin)
Spier, Bernd (1944, Snger)
Stax, John (1944, Pretty Things)
Wynette, Tammy (1998, Sngerin, Gitarristin, Pianistin, Todestag)



Abrahams, Mick (1943, Jethro Tull)
Bare, Bobby (1935, Snger)
Bennett, Pat (1947, Chiffons)
Brilleaux, Lee (1994, Dr. Feelgood, Todestag)
Buck, Alan (1943, Four Pennies)
Dryden, Spencer (1938, Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship)
Ellis, Steve (1950, Love Affair)
Faith, Percy (1908, Orchesterleiter, Pianist, Komponist)
Flanagan, Ralph (1919, Pianist, Arrangeur)
Gary, Bruce (1952, Knack)
Ian, Janis (1951, Sngerin, Gitarristin, Pianistin, Komponistin)
Kreutzmann, Bill (1946, Grateful Dead)
Oates, John (1949, Hall & Oates)
Santamaria, Mongo (1922, Bandleader, Schlagzeuger, Songschreiber)
Schfer, Michaela (2005, Nina & Mike, Todestag)
Schneider-Esleben, Florian (1947, Kraftwerk)
Shanker, Ravi (1920, Snger)
Thomas, Charley (1937, Drifters)



Brandes, Will (1990, Snger, Todestag)
Carella, Vinnie (1947, Randy & The Rainbows)
Chapman, Roger (1942, Family)
Howe, Steve (1947, Asia, Yes)
Stevens, Connie (1938, Schauspielerin, Sngerin)
Woods, Adam (1952, Fixx)



Benton, Brook (1988, Snger, Todestag)
Carol, Ren (1978, Snger, Todestag)
Glenn, Darrell (1990, Countrysnger, Todestag)
Gray, Les (1946, Mud)
Miceli, Joe (1946, John Fred & His Playboy Band)
Ochs, Phil (1976, Snger, Komponist, Todestag)
Parsons, Gene (1944, Byrds)
Perkins, Carl (1932, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Ryan, David Allan (1948, Sha-Na-Na)
Wright, Phil (1948, Paper Lace)



Clver, Bernd (1948, Snger)
Denny, Martin (1911, Komponist, Arrangeur, Pianist)
Hazel, Eddie (1950, Funkadelic)
Langford, Peter (1943, Barron Knights)
Nelson, Nate (1932, Platters)
Peverett, Dave (1950, Savoy Brown)
Russell, Karl (1947, Hues Corporation)
Stezer, Brian (1959, Stray Cats)
Smith, Bobbie (1936, Spinners)
Sutcliffe, Stu (1962, Beatles, Todestag)
Terre (1953, Roches)
Valance, Ricky (1940, Snger)
Wailer, Bunny (1947, Bob Marley & The Wailers)
Willis, Chuck (1958, Snger, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Woods, Danny (1944, Chairmen Of The Board)
Wooley, Sheb (1921, Country-Snger, Songschreiber, Schauspieler)



Adamson, Stuart (1958, Skids)
Bernard, Andrew (1945, John Fred & His Playboy Band)
Carol, Ren (1920, Snger)
Hill, Tom (1950, Geordie)
Kup, Ingrid (1954, Sngerin)
Prater, David (1988, Sam & Dave, Todestag)
Sheridan, Lee (1949, Brotherhood Of Man)
Staples, Neville (1956, Specials)
Vader Abraham (1935, Snger, Komponist)



Briley, Alexander (1951, Village People)
Brook, Geoffrey (1943, Brook Brothers)
Cassidy, David (1950, Partridge Family, Snger, Schauspieler)
Grnemeyer, Herbert (1956, Snger)
Hancock, Herbie (1940, Bandleader, Keyboarder, Komponist)
Kay, John (1944, Steppenwolf, Snger)
Makulis, Jimmy (1935, Nina & Jimmy, Snger)
Miller, Ned (1925, Countrysnger, Songschreiber)
Nicholas, J.D. (1952, Commodores, Heatwave)
Parnell, Willie (1945, Archie Bell & The Drells)
Pietsch, Rainer (1944, Orlando Riva Sound)
Roger, Mike (1984, Snger, Pianist, Todestag)
Sergeant, Will (1958, Echo & The Bunnymen)
Tim, Tiny (1925, Snger, Ukulelespieler)
Vaughn, Billy (1919, Hilltoppers, Snger, Orchesterchef, Arrangeur)
Young, Carole (1930, Kaye Sisters)



Bryson, Peabo (1951, Michael Zager, Snger)
Casady, Jack (1944, Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship)
Chambers, Lester (1940, Chambers Brothers)
Conti, Bill (1942, Pianist, Komponist, Dirigent)
Destri, Jimmy (1954, Blondie)
Field, Tim (1936, Springfields)
George, Lowell (1945, Little Feat, Frank Zappa)
Green, Al (1946, Snger, Songschreiber)
Johnson, Louis (1955, Brothers Johnson)
Key, Horace (1934, Tams)
Pendleton, Brian (1944, Pretty Things)
Pointer, June (2006, Pointer Sisters, Todestag)
Pons, Jim (1943, Flo & Eddie)
Swerval, Pieter (1948, Looking Glass)
Young, Karen (1946, Sngerin)



Blackmore, Ritchie (1945, Deep Purple, Rainbow)
Bryon, Dennis (1949, Amen Corner, Bee Gees, Fair Weather)
Burrows, Tony (1942, Brotherhood Of Man, Edison Lighthouse, First Class, Flowerpot Men, Pipkins, White Plains)
Ekestubbe, Hinke (1945, Blue Swede)
Farndon, Peter (1983, Pretenders, Todestag)
Ferguson, Larry (1948, Hot Chocolate)
Harris, Thurston (1990, Snger, Saxophonist, Todestag)
Howard, Martine (1956, Guys 'n' Dolls)
Ives, Burl (1995, Snger, Schauspieler, Todestag)
Kristina, Sonja (1949, Curved Air)
Lynn, Loretta (1935, Country-Snger, Gitarristin)
Millington, June (1949, Fanny)
Petrel, Peter (1940, Windows, Snger)
Sovine, Red (1980, Countrysner, Gitarrist, Songschreiber, Todestag)



de Wolff, Riem (1943, Blue Diamonds)
Edmunds, Dave (1944, Love Sculpture, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber, Produzent)
Hunt, Marsha (1946, Sngerin)
Krassnitzer, Sepp (1947, Waterloo & Robinson)
Luman, Bob (1937, Rockabilly-Snger, Songschreiber, Gitarrist)
Wilde, Marty (1939, Snger)
Wolstenholme, Woolly (1947, Barclay James Harvest)



Bentley, John (1951, Squeeze)
Gerardo (1965, Snger)
Grossman, Stefan (1945, Fugs, Snger, Gitarrist)
Hamilton, Roy (1929, Snger)
Hill, Vince (1939, Snger)
Kerslake, Lee (1947, Uriah Heep)
Leismann, Renate (1942, Renate & Werner Leismann)
Mancini, Henry (1924, Orchesterleiter, Songschreiber)
Milligan, Terrence Spike (1918, Goons)
Osmond, Jimmy (1963, Osmonds, Snger)
Rafferty, Gerry (1947, Stealer's Wheel, Snger)
Spooner, Bill (1949, Tubes)
Springfield, Dusty (1939, Springfields, Sngerin)
Stoloff, Morris (1980, Orchesterleiter, Todestag)
Vinton, Bobby (1935, Snger)



Barber, Chris (1930, Jazzposaunist)
Barrett, Carlton (1987, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Upsetters, Todestag)
Cochran, Eddie (1960, Snger, Todestag)
Fury, Billy (1941, Snger)
Hammer, Jan (1948, Mahavishnu Orchestra)
Lind, Gitta (1925, Sngerin)
MacRae-Brown, Douglas Ugo Granville Allesandro (1947, Young Idea)
McCartney, Linda (1998, Wings, Todestag)
Nassenstein, Jef (1952, Spargo)
Pappalardi, Felix (1983, Mountain, Todestag)
Ramsey, Bill (1931, Snger, DJ, Schauspieler)
Shelley, Pete (1955, Buzzocks)
Uranga Amezaga, Izaskum (1950, Mocedades)
van Hoog, Grit (1944, Sngerin)



Braker, Leonard John (1946, Sha-Na-Na)
Edwards, Bernard (1996, Chic, Todestag)
Hardin, Glen D. (1939, Crickets)
Hengst, Bernd (1947, Flippers)
Kagan, Harvey (1946, Sir Douglas Quintet)
Kane, John (1946, New World)
Kyriacou, Andy (1958, Modern Romance)
Mills, Hayley (1946, Schauspielerin, Sngerin)
Pattison, Les (1958, Echo & The Bunnymen)
Reeves, Tony (1945, Greenslade, Sounds Orchestral)
Spence, Skip (1944, Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship)
Vickers, Mike (1941, Manfred Mann)



Bramlett, Bekka (1968, Fleetwood Mac)
Churchill, Savannah (1974, Sngerin, Todestag)
Cypris, Werner (1923, Friedel Hensch & Die Cyprys)
Goodman, Dickie (1934, Buchanan & Goodman, Snger)
Graham, Eve (1943, New Seekers)
Korner, Alexis (1928, C.C.S., Snger, Gitarrist, Liedermacher, Musiker)
Martin, Tony (1958, Black Sabbath)
Peters, Ingrid (1954, Sngerin)
Price, Alan (1941, Animals, Snger, Tastenspieler, Songschreiber, Arrangeur, Produzent)
Ramos Jr., Larry (1942, Association)
Raven, Genya (1941, Sngerin)
Russell, Bobby (1941, Ronny & The Daytonas)
Safuto, Dominick "Randy" (1947, Randy & The Rainbows)
Volman, "Flo" Mark (1947, Flo & Eddie, Turtles)
Worrell, Bernard (1944, Funkadelic)



Benham, Bob (1949, Tremeloes)
Frost, Craig (1948, Grand Funk Railroad)
Hill, Benny (1992, Slapstick-Komdiant, Snger, Todestag)
Marriott, Steve (1991, Humble Pie, Small Faces, Todestag)
Skifs, Bjrn (1949, Blue Swede)
Tillotson, Johnny (1939, Snger, DJ)
Winston, Jimmy (1945, Small Faces)



Barclay, Nickey (1951, Fanny)
Barson, Mike (1958, Madness)
Cornell, Don (1919, Snger, Gitarrist)
Davis, Paul (1948, Schauspieler, Snger)
Mangano, Silvana (1930, Schauspielerin, Sngerin)
Maresca, Ernie (1939, Snger, Songschreiber)
McElhone, John (1963, Altered Images)
Pop, Iggy (1947, Iggy Pop & The Stooges)
Smith, Robert (1959, Siouxsie & The Banshees)
Uranga Amezaga, Roberto (1948, Mocedades)
Warner, Alan (1947, Foundations)
Weider, John (1947, Family)



Campbell, Glen (1936, Beach Boys, Champs, Snger)
Carrack, Paul (1951, Ace, Squeeze)
Carter, Mel (1939, Snger, Schauspieler)
Frampton, Peter (1950, Herd, Humble Pie, Snger, Gitarrist)
Groce, Larry (1948, Snger, Komponist)
Hofmann, Oschi (1943, Truck Stop)
Rosica, Jim (1947, Brooklyn Bridge)



Allen, John (1945, Nashville Teens)
Boyer, Jacqueline (1941, Sngerin)
Captain Sensible (1954, Damned)
Ham, Pete (1975, Badfinger, Todestag)
Miles, John (1949, Snger, Gitarrist, Pianist)
Orbison, Roy (1936, Snger, Gitarrist, Komponist)
Peterson, Ray (1939, Snger)
Thunders, Johnny (1991, New York Dolls, Todestag)
Walden, Narada Michael (1952, Snger, Songschreiber, Musiker, Produzent)



Bino (1953, Snger)
Clifford, Doug (1945, Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Cornick, Glenn (1947, Jethro Tull)
Harrison, Nigel (1951, Blondie)
Kelley, Hubert Ann (1947, Hues Corporation)
Knight, Robert (1945, Snger)
Lee, St. Clair (1944, Hues Corporation)
Scott, Freddie (1933, Snger, Songschreiber)
Spann, Otis (1970, Snger, Pianist, Todestag)
Sterban, Richard Anthony (1943, Oak Ridge Boys)
Streisand, Barbara (1942, Sngerin, Songschreiberin, Schauspielerin)
Tomsco, George (1940, Fireballs)
Williams, John (1941, Sky)
York, Steve (1948, Graham Bond, Climax, East Of Eden, Vinegar Joe)



Brown, Michael (1949, Left Banke, Stories)
Christie, Tony (1943, Snger, Gitarrist)
Cook, Stu (1945, Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Ferrone, Steve (1950, Average White Band, Duran Duran)
Gilbert, Ronnie (1946, Blues Magoos)
King, Albert (1923, Bluessnger, Gitarrist, Schlagzeuger)
Kogel, Michael (1944, Los Bravos)
Lawson, Dave (1945, Greenslade, Shadows)
Rankin, Billy (1959, Nazareth)
Ulvaeus, Bjrn (1945, Abba)



Clark, Claudine (1941, Sngerin)
Dayton, Ronny (1946, Ronny & The Daytonas)
Eddy, Duane (1938, Gitarrist)
Garvey, Nick (1951, Motors)
Hall, Jimmy (1949, Wet Willie)
Ingmann, Jrgen (1925, Gitarrist, Komponist)
Moroder, Giorgio (1940, Snger, Songschreiber, Produzent)
Murray, Tony (1945, Plastic Penny)
Rydell, Bobby (1942, Snger)
Taylor, Roger (1960, Duran Duran)
Van Burg, Lou (1986, Showmaster, Snger, Todestag)
Williams, Maurice (1938, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Wright, Gary (1943, Spooky Tooth, Snger, Keyboarder, Songschreiber)



Brant, Mike (1975, Snger, Todestag)
Brown, Maxine (1932, Browns)
Easton, Sheena (1959, Sngerin)
Frehley, Ace (1951, Kiss)
Gooding, Cuba (1944, Main Ingredient)
Ham, Pete (1947, Badfinger)
Murrell, Herbie (1949, Stylistics)
Palmar, Wally (1953, Romantics)
Pirroni, Marco (1959, Adam & The Ants, Siouxsie & The Banshees)
Taylor, Clive (1949, Amen Corner, Fair Weather)



Fantastic Johnny C. (1943, Snger, Songschreiber, Manager)
Jobson, Edwin (1955, Jethro Tull, Roxy Music)
Stevenson, B.W. (1988, Snger, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Wilma (1957, Sngerin)
Wolters, John C. (1945, Dr. Hook)



Allen, Duane David (1943, Oak Ridge Boys)
Donegan, Lonnie (1931, Snger, Banjospieler)
Gardner, Carl (1928, Coasters)
Gray, Roger (1949, Cupid's Inspiration)
Gualdi, Nana (1932, Hansen Quartett, Monika & Peter, Sngerin)
Henke, Bob Willard (1951, Dr. Hook)
Hopper, Hugh (1945, Soft Machine)
James, Tommy (1947, Tommy James & The Shondells)
Karoli, Michael (1948, Can)
Rush, Otis (1934, Blues-Snger, Gitarrist, Mundharmonikaspieler, Schlagzeuger)
Stevens, April (1936, Sngerin)
Voormann, Klaus (1938, Manfred Mann)



Deacon, Mike (1945, Darts, Suzi Quatro, Vinegar Joe)
Escovedo, Coke (1941, Santana)
Farina, Johnny (1941, Santo & Johnny)
Horton, Johnny (1925, Snger)
Kramer, Wayne (1948, Mc Five)
Merchant, Bobby (1930, Huey "Piano" Smith)
Nelson, Willie (1933, Snger)
Osmond, Merrill (1953, Osmonds)
Ronson, Mick (1993, Mott The Hoople, Snger, Todestag)
Shoff, Richard (1944, Sandpipers)
Vee, Bobby (1943, Snger)


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