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Original JukeBox Hitparaden und andere nostalgische Hitparaden. Jeden Samstag ab 10:00 Uhr und am 30. September die UK Charts September 1970


Top 40 Hits of September 1958
1 The Kalin Twins When
2 Connie Francis Stupid Cupid / Carolina Moon
3 Dean Martin Volare
4 Dean Martin Return To Me
5 Ricky Nelson Poor Little Fool
6 The Everly Brothers All I Have To Do Is Dream / Claudette
7 Peggy Lee Fever
8 Charlie Drake Splish Splash
9 Marty Wilde Endless Sleep
10 Bernard Bresslaw Mad Passionate Love
11 Perez 'Prez' Prado Patricia
12 The Everly Brothers Bird Dog
13 Domenico Modugno Volare
14 Max Bygraves Tulips From Amsterdam / You Need Hands
15 The Coasters Yakety Yak
16 Tony Brent Girl Of My Dreams
17 Elvis Presley Hard Headed Woman
18 Joe 'Mr Piano' Henderson Trudie
19 Pat Boone If Dreams Came True
20 Duane Eddy & The Rebels Rebel Rouser
21 Harry Belafonte Little Bernadette
22 Perry Como Moon Talk
23 The Poni-Tails Born Too Late
24 Cliff Richard & The Drifters Move It
25 Bobby Darin Splish Splash
26 Buddy Holly Rave On
27 Buddy Holly Early In The Morning
28 Connie Francis Who's Sorry Now
29 Johnny Mathis A Certain Smile
30 Frankie Vaughan Wonderful Things
31 The Four Preps Big Man
32 Elvis Presley King Creole
33 Pat Boone Sugar Moon
34 The Elegants Little Star
35 The Platters Twilight Time
36 The Crickets Think It Over
37 Tommy Edwards It's All In The Game
38 Paul Anka Midnight
39 Marino Marini & His Quartet Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu)
40 The Olympics Western Movies

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Sonntag, 24. September 2017

  • Gerry Marsden of Gerry & the Pacemakers ("Ferry Cross The Mersey") is 75
  • Barbara (1940) and Jiggs (1942) Allbut of the Angels ("My Boyfriend's Back") are born- the same day in different years
  • The late Linda McCartney ("Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" with husband Paul) is born in 1942
  • The late Jim Henson (the voice of Muppets Ernie- "Rubber Duckie", and Kermit- "Rainbow Connection") is born in 1936
  • Larry Hall ("Sandy") dies from cancer, 1997
  • James Brown is arrested after a high-speed auto chase with police through South Carolina and Georgia (he is convicted of illegal possession of firearms and drugs and failure to stop for the police and sentenced to six years in jail), 1988
  • Gordon Lightfoot is inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, 2003
  • Ringo Starr is awarded France's Order of Arts & Letters in ceremonies in Monaco, 2013
  • John Denver agrees to give a benefit concert as punishment for driving while impaired, 1993
  • The Jackson 5 appear on the cover of Life magazine, 1971
  • Tony Bennett becomes the oldest artist (at 85) to appear on Billboard magazine's Hot 100 with "Body And Soul" (sung with Amy Winehouse). One week later he becomes the oldest artist to have a #1 album ("Duets II"), 2011
  • Micky Dolenz of the Monkees appears in the world premiere of "Comedy Is Hard!" at the Ivorytown, Conncticut Playhouse, 2014
  • "The Donna Reed Show" (with Shelley Fabares and Paul Petersen) debuts on ABC-TV (it runs for seven seasons), 1958
  • An early incarnation of the Cowsills appear on NBC-TV's "Today Show" after one of its producers spots them performing at a Newport, Rhode Island hotel, 1965
  • Alan Freed's "Mr. Rock 'n' Roll" movie, with appearances by Chuck Berry, Frankie Lymon, LaVern Baker, Little Richard and others, premieres in New York City, 1957
  • Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" is released, 1972
  • The Platters record "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" while in Paris, 1958
  • Sarah Vaughan records "Make Yourself Comfortable", 1954

Samstag, 23. September 2017

  • The late Ray Charles ("I Can't Stop Loving You") is born in 1930
  • Bruce Springsteen ("Born To Run") is 68
  • Paul Petersen ("My Dad") is 72
  • The late Jerry Corbetta of Sugarloaf ("Green-Eyed Lady") is born in 1947
  • Robbie McIntosh of the Average White Band dies of a drug overdose after a Los Angeles party (Cher saves the life of fellow band member Alan Gorrie, who also overdoses), 1974
  • Sonny & Cher's child, Chaz (nee Chastity) undergoes irreversible surgery to change gender from female to male, 2009
  • Actress Darryl Hannah breaks up with Jackson Browne, 1992
  • Elvis Presley is posthumously inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, 1998
  • Brenda Lee is inducted into the Georgia Hall of Fame, 1982
  • The Ray Charles Memorial Library opens in Los Angeles, 2010
  • The U.S. Postal Service issues a commemorative stamp honoring Ray Charles, 2013
  • "David Bowie Day" is celebrated in the City of Chicago as a retrospective of his artwork opens there, 2014
  • Appearing on Oprah Winfrey's syndicated TV show, actress Mackenzie Phillips accuses her late father, John (Mamas & the Papas) Phillips of having carried on an incestuous relationship with her, 2009
  • Stevie Wonder auditions for Motown Records, 1961
  • Micky Dolenz (as Micky Bradford) debuts on NBC-TV's "Circus Boy", 1956
  • Lionel Richie guests on Fox-TV's "The Simpsons", 2007
  • Sonny Bono makes the first of four appearances on ABC-TV's "Fantasy Island", 1978
  • Bobby Darin guests on the premiere episode of NBC-TV's drama "Dan Raven", 1960
  • Helen Reddy is a guest voice on Fox-TV's "Family Guy", 2007
  • Nelson (Rick Nelson's twin sons, Gunnar and Matthew) top Billboard magazine's Hot 100, becoming the third generation of Nelsons to top the charts (yes, Grandpa Ozzie Nelson did it, as well), 1990
  • The Spaniels record "Goodnite Sweetheart, Goodnite" in 1953
  • Fats Domino records "Whole Lotta Loving", 1958

Freitag, 22. September 2017

  • Debby Boone ("You Light Up My Life") is 61
  • Joni James ("Why Don't You Believe Me") is 87
  • Eddie Fisher ("I Need You Now") dies of complications from hip surgery, 2010
  • Paul Rodgers of Free and Bad Company marries a former Miss Canada, 2007
  • Randy Bachman of the Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive is inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto, 2012
  • The Everly Brothers reunite, playing together for the first time in a decade, at Royal Albert Hall in London, 1983
  • The Big Bopper is posthumously honored with a historical marker in his home town of Beaumont, Texas, 2006
  • Joe Walsh announces his bid for the U.S. presidency (he obviously doesn't win), 1979
  • The first "Farm Aid" concert is held, in Champaign, Illinois, with Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, John Fogerty and others, 1985
  • The Beatles appear (as an abstract drawing) on the cover of Time magazine, 1967
  • Johnny Cash is posthumously honored on the cover of Time magazine, 2003
  • The "Sonny (Bono) Comedy Revue" debuts on ABC-TV (it runs four months), 1974
  • Leif Garrett plays dual roles as he guests on ABC-TV's "Wonder Woman", 1978
  • Diana Ross guests- solo- on NBC-TV's "Laugh In", 1969
  • The Supremes record "I Hear A Symphony" in 1965

Donnerstag, 21. September 2017

  • "Do you remember the 21st night of September?" asks Earth, Wind & Fire in the song, "September"
  • Dickey Lee ("Patches") is 81
  • Walter Brennan ("Old Rivers") dies of emphysema, 1974
  • Singer/Songwriter John D. Loudermilk (wrote "Sittin' In The Balcony", "Gentle On My Mind" and "Thou Shalt Not Steal" and charted with "Language Of Love") dies, 2016
  • Jimmy Hendrix changes his name to "Jimi", 1966
  • Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) is denied entry into the United States after his name appears on a "no fly" list, 2004
  • The Governor of Illinois declares it "George Harrison Day" in the state in remembrance of the 50th anniversary of George's visit, before Beatlemania hit the U.S., 2013
  • "Earth, Wind & Fire Day" is celebrated in the city of Chicago, 2013
  • Dionne Warwick is honored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for her "exceptional service" in the fight against AIDS, 1986
  • Scotty Moore and Bill Black quit as Elvis Presley's backup musicians in a salary dispute (Bill eventually forms Bill Black's Combo), 1957
  • Elvis Presley is made a "special deputy sheriff" in Shelby County, Tennessee, 1964
  • The 5th Dimension guest on "The Woody Allen Special" on NBC-TV, 1969

Mittwoch, 20. September 2017

  • The late Gogi Grant ("The Wayward Wind") is born in 1924
  • Jim Croce ("Bad, Bad Leroy Brown") dies in an airplane crash near Natchitoches, Louisiana, 1973
  • Steve Goodman (wrote "The City Of New Orleans") dies of leukemia in 1984
  • Nappy Brown ("Don't Be Angry") dies, 2008
  • Leonard Skinner, the Florida gym teacher who served as the inspiration for the band name Lynyrd Skynyrd, dies, 2010
  • Rick Nelson's twin sons, Gunnar and Matthew are born, 1967
  • 77-pound Karen Carpenter is admitted to a New York hospital for intravenous feeding (she is hospitalized for six weeks before checking herself out), 1982
  • Jim Morrison is found guilty of indecent exposure onstage by a Miami judge (but posthumously pardoned for the crime forty years later), 1970
  • Paul McCartney is arrested for growing marijuana on his farm in Scotland, 1972
  • Peter Frampton leaves Humble Pie to begin a solo career, 1971
  • Fire destroys a lodge on Chuck Berry's Wentzville, Missouri estate (arson is the cause, but no one is ever arrested for the crime), 2003
  • The Los Angeles Unified School District votes to name a school there after Carlos Santana, 2011
  • Billy Joel is awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2004
  • The Captain & Tennille's regular-season ABC-TV show begins its six-month run in 1976
  • The Bay City Rollers appear on the debut of the ill-fated "Saturday Night Live With Howard Cosell" TV show on ABC (the show only runs for 18 episodes), 1975
  • The Animals record "It's My Life", 1965

Dienstag, 19. September 2017

  • Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers ("You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'") is 77
  • The late Cass Elliot ("Dream A Little Dream Of Me" and member of the Mamas & the Papas) is born in 1943
  • The late Brook Benton ("The Boll Weevil Song") is born in 1931
  • Freda Payne ("Band Of Gold") is 75
  • Rex Smith ("You Take My Breath Away") is 61
  • The late Billy Ward (his Dominoes sang "Star Dust") is born in 1921
  • The late Beatles manager Brian Epstein is born in 1931
  • Songwriter Paul Williams ("We've Only Just Begun", "Old Fashioned Love Song" and "Evergreen" are among his hits) is 77
  • Skeeter Davis ("The End Of The World") dies of breast cancer in 2004
  • Arthur Ferrante of Ferrante & Teicher ("Exodus") dies, 2009
  • Danny Flores of the Champs (writer of "Tequila") dies of pneumonia, 2006
  • Fabian marries his third wife, Andrea (a former Miss Pennsylvania and Miss West Virginia), 1998
  • Jack Bruce of Cream receives a liver transplant, 2003
  • Michelle Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas is robbed at gunpoint outside a West Hollywood restaurant, 1993
  • "Joey Dee & the Starliters Square" is dedicated in his home town of Passaic, New Jersey as the singer is given a day in his honor, 2010
  • A bust of Frank Zappa is dedicated at a library in his home town of Baltimore, Maryland, 2010
  • Elvis Presley sails for West Germany with the U.S. Army, 1958
  • After studying early on to be a jockey, Davy Jones finally rides in a real horse race, in Newbury, England (he finishes fifth), 1980
  • Simon & Garfunkel reunite for a free concert in New York's Central Park, 1981
  • George Benson gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1996
  • Filming begins on Olivia Newton-John's movie, "Xanadu", 1979
  • Frank Sinatra sings "Love And Marriage" on the NBC-TV "Producer's Showcase" production of the play, "Our Town", 1955
  • The Jackson 5's "Goin' Back To Indiana" TV special airs on ABC, 1971
  • Michael Jackson guests on an episode of Fox-TV's "The Simpsons", 1991
  • Jimmy Dean's prime-time ABC-TV show premieres (it runs for three years), 1963
  • Johnny Crawford guests on CBS-TV's "Mr. Ed", 1965
  • Ann-Margret is a guest voice (as "Ann-Margrock") on ABC-TV's "The Flintstones", 1963

Montag, 18. September 2017

  • Frankie Avalon ("Venus") is 77
  • Jimmie Rodgers ("Honeycomb") is 84
  • Jimi Hendrix ("Purple Haze") dies of a drug overdose in 1970
  • "Carl Perkins Day" is declared in the state of Tennessee, a year after his death, 1999
  • Tommy James is saluted with a day in his honor in Morristown, New Jersey, 2010
  • The Village People receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2008
  • Clint Holmes and Robert Goulet are among the inductees into the Nevada Entertainer/Artist Hall of Fame at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2008
  • The first "Dick Clark Caravan Of Stars" tour kicks off with Lloyd Price, Duane Eddy, Paul Anka, Bobby Rydell, the Coasters and more, 1959
  • The Who cancel their North American tour because of Roger Daltrey's viral meningitis, 2015
  • Kiss appear on MTV without makeup, 1983
  • Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass perform for Prince Rainier and Princess Grace in Monaco, 1966
  • The "Elvis: Viva Las Vegas" documentary airs on ABC-TV, 2007
  • "The Patty Duke Show" debuts on ABC-TV, lasting three seasons, 1963
  • "The Tab Hunter Show" premieres on NBC-TV (it lasts one season), 1960
  • "Charlie & Company" starts its one season on CBS-TV with Gladys Knight, Della Reese and Flip Wilson, 1985
  • The Bobby Sherman sitcom "Getting' Together" premieres on ABC (lasting only 14 episodes), 1971
  • Patti Page's "The Big Record" TV show premieres on CBS with guests Sal Mineo and the Dominoes (she jumps to ABC with the "Patti Page Oldsmobile Show" the next year), 1957
  • Dee Dee Sharp records "Ride!", 1962

Sonntag, 17. September 2017

  • Shelby Flint ("Angel On My Shoulder") is 78
  • The late Bill Black ("White Silver Sands" and bass player for Elvis Presley) is born in 1926
  • The late Sil Austin ("Slow Walk") is born in 1929
  • George Hamilton IV ("A Rose And A Baby Ruth") dies after suffering a heart attack, 2014
  • Marvin Rainwater ("Gonna Find Me A Bluebird") dies of heart failure, 2013
  • Jessie Hill ("Ooh Poo Pah Doo") dies of heart failure in 1996
  • "Guess Who Day" is declared in Winnipeg, 1975
  • The U.S. House of Representatives passes a resolution honoring the late Isaac Hayes as "a passionate humanitarian", 2008
  • John Fogerty is honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting by the Americana Music Association, 2009
  • Dick & Dee Dee are inducted into the Mid America Music Hall of Fame in Minneapolis, 2010
  • Janis Ian's children's book, The Tiny Mouse is published, 2013
  • The Doors appear on CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show" and infuriate Ed when they sing "Light My Fire", which he had banned over the line "Girl, we couldn't get much higher", 1967
  • Bette Midler's "Divine Madness" movie premieres in Los Angeles, 1980
  • Diana Ross records "Love Child" without the other Supremes, 1968
  • The Everly Brothers record "Walk Right Back", 1960
  • "Tennessee" Ernie Ford tapes "16 Tons" in 1955
  • Billy Joel begins recording "Piano Man", 1973

Samstag, 16. September 2017

  • The late B.B. King ("The Thrill Is Gone") is born in 1924
  • Mary Travers of Peter, Paul & Mary ("Leaving On A Jet Plane") dies of leukemia, 2009
  • Sheb Wooley ("Purple People Eater") dies of leukemia in 2003
  • Jerry Corbetta, lead singer of Sugarloaf ("Green Eyed Lady") dies of a brain disease, 2016
  • Marc Bolan of T. Rex ("Bang A Gong") dies in an automobile accident, 1977
  • A British radio station mistakenly announces that Engelbert Humperdinck has died in a car crash, 1967
  • Lou Reed plays at a White House reception for Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel, 1998
  • "Shindig" premieres on ABC-TV with Sam Cooke, the Everly Brothers, the Righteous Brothers and Bobby Sherman (it runs two seasons), 1964
  • "The Dean Martin Show" debuts on NBC-TV (lasting ten years), 1965
  • Fabian appears on an episode of "Wagon Train" on ABC-TV, 1963
  • Johnny Burnette records "You're Sixteen" in 1960

Freitag, 15. September 2017

  • Jimmy Gilmer ("Sugar Shack") is 78
  • The late Julian "Cannonball" Adderley ("Mercy, Mercy, Mercy") is born in 1928
  • Johnny Ramone of the Ramones ("Rock 'N' Roll High School") dies of prostate cancer, 2004
  • Gerry Marsden of Gerry & the Pacemakers undergoes triple bypass heart surgery, 2003
  • Jim Morrison collapses before a Doors concert in Amsterdam, 1968
  • Dire Straits disband in 1988
  • Bobby Rydell is arrested for driving under the influence after crashing his car in Lower Merion, Pennsylvania (his license is later suspended and he is given probation and a fine), 2009
  • Bobby Hatfield of the Righteous Brothers is posthumously inducted into the Anaheim, California High School Hall of Fame, 2011
  • Steamboat Springs, Colorado names their "James Brown Soul Center of the Universe Bridge" after the singer, 1993
  • David Bowie debuts on Broadway in "The Elephant Man", 1980
  • The Ron Howard-directed Beatles documentary, "Eight Days A Week", has its world premiere in London, 2016
  • Lou Rawls hosts and Martha & the Vandellas appear on the NBC-TV special, "Soul" in 1968
  • Barbra Streisand's TV special, "A Happening In Central Park" airs on CBS, 1968
  • "I Spy", with Bill Cosby, debuts on NBC-TV, 1965
  • Frankie Avalon appears on an episode of "The Patty Duke Show" on ABC-TV, 1965
  • Ed Sullivan releases a record called "The Sulli-Gully", 1969

Donnerstag, 14. September 2017

  • The late Barry Cowsill of the Cowsills ("Hair") is born in 1954
  • Joey Heatherton ("Gone") is 73
  • Perez Prado ("Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White") dies in 1989
  • Princess Grace Kelly ("True Love" with Bing Crosby) dies in an auto accident in Monaco, 1982
  • Roy Orbison's two sons die in a fire at his Hendersonville, Tennessee home while he is performing in England, 1968
  • Stevie Wonder marries singer Syreeta Wright (it lasts two years), 1970
  • Saying he is too old, the Ukrainian government rejects Elton John's efforts to adopt a child there, 2009
  • "Kenny Rogers Day" is held in Los Angeles as he receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1979
  • The Temptations receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1994
  • Patti LaBelle officially joins the cast of the Broadway musical, "Fela," 2010
  • The Beatles-inspired movie, "Across The Universe" opens, 2007
  • Bob Dylan's TV special, "Hard Rain" airs on NBC in 1976
  • "The Archies" Saturday morning cartoon TV show debuts, 1968
  • Jimmy Dean's daily daytime TV show debuts on CBS, 1958
  • "The Bing Crosby Show" sitcom premieres on ABC (it lasts one season), 1964

Mittwoch, 13. September 2017

  • David Clayton-Thomas of Blood, Sweat & Tears ("Spinning Wheel") is 76
  • Peter Cetera ("Glory Of Love" and one-time member of Chicago) is 73
  • The late Charles Brown ("Please Come Home For Christmas") is born in 1922
  • The late Ray Charles of the Ray Charles Singers ("Love Me With All Your Heart" and not the blind R&B singer) is born in 1918
  • Ringo Starr's son, Zak Starkey is born in 1965
  • Barbra Streisand marries actor Elliot Gould (they divorce eight years later), 1963
  • Elvis Presley first meets 14 year-old Priscilla Beaulieu while in the U.S. Army in West Germany, 1959
  • The city and county of San Francisco declare it "Jimi Hendrix - Winterland Day" in honor of the posthumous release of a boxed set of his concerts recorded there, 2011
  • The street in front of Jimmie Rodgers' childhood home in Camas, Washington is re-named for the singer, 2013
  • Chubby Checker's "The Twist" goes to #1 the first time in 1960 (it will return to the top in 1962)
  • The Kinks' Ray Davies' musical, "Come Dancing", opens in London, 2008
  • Lucille Ball guests on the premiere of "The Steve Lawrence Show" on CBS-TV (it lasts three months), 1965
  • Little Richard records "Tutti-Frutti", 1955
  • Shirley Ellis cuts "The Nitty Gritty" in 1963
  • Joe Tex records "Skinny Legs And All", 1967

Dienstag, 12. September 2017

  • The late Barry White (Can't Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe") is born in 1944
  • Maria Muldaur ("Midnight At The Oasis") is 74
  • The late Jewel Akens ("The Birds And The Bees") is born in 1933
  • The late Judy Clay ("Country Girl - City Man" with Billy Vera) is born in 1938
  • Johnny Cash ("I Walk The Line") dies of complications from diabetes, 2003
  • Paul McCartney's son, James is born in 1977
  • Mike Smith of the Dave Clark Five is paralyzed in a fall on his estate in Spain, 2003
  • Marianne Faithfull announces she has breast cancer (seven weeks later she says she has made a "full recovery"), 2006
  • Lynn Anderson is arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and prescription medicine after a Nashville traffic accident, 2014
  • Elvis Presley's family moves from Tupelo to Memphis, 1948
  • B.T. Express perform for U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the White House, 1977
  • Barry White is given a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2013
  • "Ides Of March Way" is dedicated in the group's home town of Berwyn, Illinois, 2010
  • Booker T. Jones receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Americana Music Association in Nashville, 2012
  • "The Monkees" TV show premieres on NBC, 1966
  • "The Roger Miller Show" debuts on NBC the same night in 1966
  • ABC-TV's "20/20" program airs a report questioning the official cause of Elvis Presley's death, 1980
  • Larry Williams records "Bony Maronie", 1957

Montag, 11. September 2017

  • Dennis Tufano, lead singer of the Buckinghams ("Kind Of A Drag") is 72
  • Bob Crewe ("Music To Watch Girls By" and producer and writer of many Four Seasons hits) dies 2014
  • Lorne Greene ("Ringo") dies of complications from prostate cancer in 1987
  • Tommy Sands marries Nancy Sinatra (they divorce five years later), 1960
  • Neil Sedaka marries his wife, Leba (and they're still together), 1962
  • Frank Sinatra is denied credit at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas and breaks two teeth in the resulting fight, 1967
  • The "Jackson 5" Saturday morning cartoon show debuts on ABC-TV, 1971
  • "The Funky Phantom" Saturday morning cartoon show (featuring the voice of Micky Dolenz) also debuts on ABC, 1971
  • The Beatles begin filming "Magical Mystery Tour" in 1967
  • David Bowie and Bing Crosby film Bing's last Christmas TV special, singing a medley of "The Little Drummer Boy" and "Peace On Earth", 1977
  • The Beatles record their first British single, "Love Me Do" and "P.S. I Love You", 1962
  • Lloyd Price records the original, uncensored version of "Stagger Lee", 1958
  • LaVern Baker records "I Cried A Tear" in 1958

Sonntag, 10. September 2017

  • Danny Hutton of Three Dog Night" ("Liar") is 75
  • Jos Feliciano ("Light My Fire") is 72
  • Mike Nesmith's daughter, Jessica is born, 1970
  • His home town of Peoria, Illinois names the "Dan Fogelberg Parkway" after the late singer, 2008
  • Peter Gabriel is given the Ambassador of Conscience Award in London from Amnesty International, 2008
  • The Byrds begin recording "Turn! Turn! Turn!" in 1965
  • Rod Stewart records his first song ("Good Morning Little Schoolgirl") in 1964

Samstag, 9. September 2017

  • Dee Dee Sharp ("Mashed Potato Time") is 72
  • The late Otis Redding ("Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay") is born in 1941
  • Inez Foxx ("Mockingbird") is 75
  • Eric Carmen is arrested for DUI near Cleveland, Ohio (he is sentenced to 180 days in jail), 2008
  • A riot breaks out by those unable to get a ticket to a Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich concert in Bergen, England, 1967
  • Johnny Cash watches in the audience as Elvis Presley performs for the grand opening of Katz Drug Store in Memphis, 1954
  • Elvis Presley's first concert tour in nine years begins in Phoenix, Arizona, 1970
  • Al Green and Patti LaBelle debut on Broadway in "Your Arm's Too Short To Box With God", 1982
  • Actor Charles Laughton is the fill-in host as Elvis Presley makes his first appearance on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS-TV, 1956
  • At the same time, the Johnny Burnette Trio appear on the finals of "Ted Mack's Amateur Hour" TV show on ABC, 1956
  • "Welcome Back, Kotter," with John Travolta and a theme song from John Sebastian, debuts on ABC-TV, 1975

Freitag,08. September 2017

  • The late Patsy Cline ("I Fall To Pieces") is born in 1932
  • Cathy Jean Giordano ("Please Love Me Forever" with the Roomates) is 72
  • The late Earl Nelson ("Harlem Shuffle" with Bob & Earl, "Buzz-Buzz-Buzz" with the Hollywood Flames and "The Duck" as Jackie Lee) is born in 1928
  • Bill Parsons (credited with singing "The All-American Boy", though it really was Bobby Bare) is 83
  • Gordon Lightfoot undergoes an emergency stomach operation in a suburban Toronto hospital, 2002
  • Actress Carrie Snodgrass gives birth to Neil Young's son, Zeke in 1972
  • "Andy Williams Day" is celebrated in Cincinnati with a parade and the key to the city, 1964
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd is inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in Atlanta, 2007
  • An ad appears in Variety announcing auditions for "The Monkees" TV show, 1965
  • U.S. President Gerald Ford invites Peter Frampton to spend the day at the White House, 1976
  • An auction of Elton John's stage costumes nets him $6.2 million, 1988
  • Elvis Presley is given the "Bing Crosby Golden Achievement Award" from the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (the Grammy people) in 1971
  • Elvis Presley first appears on the cover of TV Guide, 1956
  • Eddie Cochran signs a contract with Liberty Records, 1956
  • Bobby Helms makes his national TV debut on CBS' "Ed Sullivan Show", 1957
  • Toni Tennille opens in a national tour of the musical "Victor/Victoria" in Portland, Oregon, 1998
  • Dick Clark guests on ABC-TV's "Batman", 1966
  • Cher begins filming the movie "Silkwood", 1982

Donnerstag, September 7, 2017

  • The late Buddy Holly ("Peggy Sue") is born in 1936
  • Gloria Gaynor ("I Will Survive") is 68
  • Ronnie Dove ("One Kiss For Old Times' Sake") is 82
  • Morris Albert ("Feelings") is 66
  • The late Al Caiola ("Bonanza") is born in 1920
  • Keith Moon of the Who ("I Can See For Miles") dies of an accidental overdose of a prescription drug, 1978
  • Dorothy McGuire of the McGuire Sisters ("Sincerely") dies, 2012
  • Barry Sadler is shot while riding in a Guatemala City taxi (he will die from his injuries 14 months later), 1988
  • Ringo Starr becomes the first Beatles grandfather when his son Zak's child is born, 1985
  • The city of Los Angeles declares it "Buddy Holly Day" and the late singer receives a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on what would have been his 75th birthday, 2011
  • Mike Nesmith joins the other three Monkees onstage during Davy, Micky and Peter's reunion tour concert in Los Angeles, 1986
  • The Guess Who perform their final concert (before the inevitable reunion), in Montreal, 1975
  • Filming begins on the Roy Orbison/Sam the Sham movie, "The Fastest Guitar Alive", 1966
  • The Brian Wilson biographical film, "Love And Mercy" premieres at the Toronto Film Festival, 2014
  • Filming begins on Connie Stevens' directorial debut, "Saving Grace B. Jones" (which she also wrote) in Boonville, Missouri, 2007
  • David Crosby (of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash) makes the first of five appearances on NBC-TV's "John Larroquette Show", 1993

Mittwoch, 6. September 2017

  • Tom Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival ("Proud Mary") dies of respiratory failure in 1990
  • Elton John sings at the funeral of England's Princess Diana, 1997
  • Sam Cooke's daughter, Tracy Samie is born, 1960
  • Frank Sinatra appears on the cover of Newsweek magazine, 1965
  • George Harrison launches his Dark Horse record label in 1974
  • James Darren's TV series, "Time Tunnel" premieres on ABC, 1966
  • Eric Clapton records the guitar solo for the Beatles' "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", 1968

Dienstag, 5. September 2017

  • The late Freddie Mercury of Queen ("Bohemian Rhapsody") is born in 1946
  • Al Stewart ("The Year Of The Cat") is 72
  • The late John Stewart ("Gold" and one-time Kingston Trio member) is born in 1941
  • Loudon Wainwright III ("Dead Skunk") is 71
  • Joe South ("Games People Play") dies of heart failure, 2012
  • Sonny Knight ("Confidential") dies in 1998
  • James Taylor injures his hand on machinery at his Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts home, requiring 12 stitches and the postponement of concerts at Carnegie Hall in New York and the Hollywood Bowl, 1971
  • B.B. King receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1990
  • The Big Bopper is posthumously inducted into the Iowa Rock 'n' Roll Music Association Hall of Fame, 2010
  • The Kingston Trio are inducted into the Banjo Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, 2015
  • Dean Martin "reunites" with Jerry Lewis on Jerry's muscular dystrophy telethon, ending a 20-year separation, 1976
  • "American Bandstand" leaves ABC-TV for cable television, 1987

Montag, 4. September 2017

  • Sonny Charles ("Black Pearl") is 77
  • Joe Jeffrey ("My Pledge Of Love") dies of cancer, 2016
  • Lillian Lopez, lead singer of Odyssey ("Native New Yorker") dies of cancer, 2012
  • Diane Ray collapses during a Nashville recording session and spends a week in a hospital there, suffering from exhaustion, 1963
  • Jerry Lee Lewis files for divorce from his second wife (he marries his second-cousin Myra three months later, before it's final), 1957
  • Gladys Knight & the Pips form at a birthday party for her brother Bubba, 1952
  • Connie Stevens and Bobby Curtola are honored on the Italian Walk of Fame in Toronto, 2011
  • The Animals make their U.S. concert debut at New York's Paramount Theatre, 1964
  • Bobby Darin's "Mack The Knife" is banned by WCBS radio in New York after several local stabbings, 1959
  • While the Who shop for a guard dog, their van and $10,000 worth of equipment is stolen, 1965
  • The Bob Dylan "biographical" movie, "I'm Not There" premieres at the Venice (Italy) Film Festival, 2007
  • The last episode of "This Is Tom Jones" airs on ABC-TV, 1971
  • The Youngbloods walk out on a "Tonight Show" appearance on NBC-TV because of poor sound quality, 1969
  • Jerry Butler & the Impressions make their national TV debut on ABC's "American Bandstand", 1958
  • John Lennon and Yoko Ono appear on Jerry Lewis' muscular dystrophy telethon, 1972

Sonntag, 3. September 2017

  • "It was the third of September, the day I'll always remember, yes I will. 'Cause that was the day that my Daddy died," according to the Temptations' "Papa Was A Rolling Stone"
  • Al Jardine of the Beach Boys ("Help Me Rhonda") is 75
  • The late writer and producer George "Shadow" Morton (he gave us most of the Shangri-Las' hits) is born, 1940
  • Major Lance ("Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um") dies of heart disease in 1994
  • Janis Martin ("Will You, Willyum") dies of cancer, 2007
  • The Dave Clark Five disband in 1970
  • Burton Cummings is awarded the Order of Canada in a ceremony in Ottawa, 2010
  • Sly & the Family Stone win the "Showcase '68" competition on NBC-TV, 1968
  • Ike Turner is released from prison after serving 14 months for cocaine possession, 1991
  • Arthur Brown is arrested in Italy after setting his helmet on fire during a concert there, 1970
  • The last "Adventures Of Ozzie and Harriet" TV show (with son Rick Nelson) airs on ABC, 1966
  • Lou Christie records "Lightnin' Strikes", 1965
  • Bobby Darin records "Clementine", 1959

Samstag, 2. September 2017

  • Jimmy Clanton ("Just A Dream") is born in 1940
  • The late Billy Preston ("Will It Go Round In Circles") is born in 1946
  • The late Bobby Dickey of James & Bobby Purify ("I'm Your Puppet") is born in 1939
  • Joe Simon ("Drowning In The Sea Of Love") is born in 1943
  • The late Victor Lundberg ("An Open Letter To My Teenage Son") is born, 1923
  • George Harrison marries Olivia Arias, 1978
  • Phil Collins answers an ad and joins Genesis as its drummer, 1970
  • The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame Museum opens in Cleveland, 1995
  • Tommy Roe is inducted into the Iowa Rock 'n' Roll Association Hall of Fame in Arnolds Park, 2012
  • This is not "Ike Turner Day" in St. Louis, as the mayor there refuses him the honor, 2007

Freitag, 1. September 2017

  • Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees ("Stayin' Alive") is 71
  • Archie Bell ("Tighten Up") is 73
  • The late Conway Twitty ("It's Only Make Believe") is born in 1935
  • Roy Head ("Treat Her Right") is 76
  • Diane Ray ("Please Don't Talk To The Lifeguard") is also 76
  • Jerry Reed ("Amos Moses") dies from complications of emphysema, 2008
  • Owens "Boomer" Castleman ("Judy Mae") dies in 2015
  • Sil Austin ("Slow Walk") dies of prostate cancer, 2001
  • Lyricist Hal David (wrote most of Dionne Warwick's hits with partner Burt Bacharach) dies of complications from a stroke, 2012
  • Phil Spector marries his fourth wife, Rachelle, while out on bond in his murder trial, 2006
  • Ode Records President Lou Adler is kidnapped in Malibu, California and released only after a $25,000 ransom is paid, 1976
  • Boz Scaggs joins the Steve Miller band (he stays with the group for two years), 1967
  • The Marcels record "Heartaches", 1961


1.September 1973: Cliff Richard zusammen mit Billy Graham und Johnny Cash bei eine religisen Kampagne  im Wembley Stadion.

2.September 1965: Cliff Richard macht Auftritt bei Wohlttigkeits Show im Northampton ABC zu Gunsten dem Wiederaufbau der Milton Keynes Kirche

4.September 1959: Cliff Richard trifft Michael Delamar, Produzent vom Film „ Serious Charge „ zu Diskussion ber seinen nchster Film.

4.September 1963: Cliff Richard kommt von US Promo Tour zurck nach London.

5.September 1961: Cliff Richard’s Frderer Dave Sampson verlsst Columbia Label und geht zum Fontana Label.

6.September 1959: Cliff Richard und The Shadows im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen zu Cliff’s Album „Cliff Sings „

7.September 1959: Cliff Richard und The Shadows im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen zu Cliff’s Album „Cliff Sings „

8.September 1959: Cliff Richard und The Shadows im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen zu Cliff’s Album „Cliff Sings „

9.September 1959: Cliff Richard im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen mit dem Norrie Paramor Orchester zu Cliff’s Album „Cliff Sings „

9.September 1960: Cliff Richard und The Shadows im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen fr Cliff Single und Album  „ 21 Today „

9.September 1961: Eine Magen Darm Grippe, von welcher viele Artisten bei der Blackpool Summer Show ausser Gefecht setzte, so auch Bruce Welch von The Shadows. Fr den Auftritt springt Lonnie Donegan’s Gitarrist Les Bennett ein.

10.September 1959: Cliff Richard im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen mit dem Norrie Paramor Orchester zu Cliff’s Album „Cliff Sings „

10.September 1961: Cliff Richard und The Shadows treten beim NME All Star Concert im Empire Pool, Wembley auf.

11. September 1963: Jet Harris und Billie Davis werden Verletzt als ihr Chauffeur eine Kollision mit einem Bus in der Nhe von Eversham hat.

12.September 1958: Cliff Richard and The Drifters  erste Single Move It / Schoolboy Crush wird Verffentlicht. Auf diesen am 24 Juli 1958 aufgenommenen Songs spielen noch keine der immer Flschlichweise genannten Shadows Mitglieder mit.(Gitarre: Ernie Shear Studiomusiker und Drifter Ian Ralph Samwell, Bass: Frank Clarke Studiomusiker, Drums: Drifter Terry Smart).

12.September 1966: The Shadows machen wchigen Variety Auftritt  ohne Cliff Richard in Bournemouth Winter Gardens.

13.September 1958: Cliff Richard macht sein TV Debut bei ABC TV’s Oh Boy und singt Move It und Don’t Bug Me Baby. Eine Woche lang vor dem TV Auftritt bte Cliff Richard im Four Provinces of Ireland Club in der  Canonburry Lane, Islington.

14.September 1968: The Shadows starten zu einer 10 Tage Tour ohne Cliff Richard in Dnemark.

14.September 1968: Cliff Richard’s Schwester Jackie (20) heiratetLandschafts Grtner Peter Harrison (19) im Hoddesdon Zivilstandesamt. Cliff’s Mutter sagt es wre nur noch Cliff zu haben.

15.September 1965: Cliff Richard und The Shadows bei der ersten ATV Special Show von ITV Network.

16.September 1960: Cliff Richard’s  10. Single “Nine Times Out Of Ten / Thinkin Of Our Love” verffentlicht und macht in England neuen Rekord bei den Vorbestellungen mit nahezu 180'000 Stck.

17.September 1965: Cliff Richard und The Shadows beim von Daily Mirror veranstalteten Konzert zu Gunsten der Drucker Pensionskasse in der Royal Albert Hall. Mit im Programm sind auch Adam Faith, Helen Shapiro und die John Barry Seven.

19.September 1968: Cliff Richard beginnt fr die Dauer von 12 Wochen “The Autumn Show at the London Palladium“. Die Chris Barber Band treten mit ihm auf bis zum 30. September bis die Shadows von ihrer Dnemark Tour zurck sind.

20.September 1960: Cliff Richard und The Shadows im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen fr Cliff Single.

20. September 1963: Bruce Welch will auf Anraten seines Arztes The Shadows verlassen.

22.September 1960: Cliff Richard’s  10. Single “Nine Times Out Of Ten “ geht in die Top 10 whrend “ Please Don’t Tease” noch in den Top 20 ist.

22. September 1963: Bruce Welch verlsst The Shadows. Sein letzter Auftritt ist bei Sunday Night At The London Palladium.

22.September 1965: Cliff Richard und The Shadows bei der zweiten ATV Special Show von ITV Network.

22.September 1965: Cliff Richard filmt fr U.S.TV Show fr Ed Sullivan.

22.September 1966: Cliff Richard sagt in The London Evening News: Er habe immer an Gott geglaubt und gepredigt, aber das mache noch kein Christ aus ihm.

23.September 1968: Cliff Richard sagt zu Melody Maker was er ber die Beatles und den Maharishi denkt.

23.September 1967: Jet Harris wird vom Gericht in der Marlborough Street, London zu 5 Monaten Gefngnis (bedingt fr drei Jahre), Fhrerausweis Entzug fr drei Jahre und einer Busse von $70 verurteilt wegen Fahren mit Alkohol und Besitz von Drogen am 15. August.

25.September 1964: In der Presse wird geschrieben, dass der Vorverkauf fr die Pantomime „ Aladdin“ mit Cliff Richard und The Shadows im Palladium London der grsste in der Geschichte dieses Theaters ist.

26.September 1958: Cliff Richard hat seinen ersten Charteintritt mit „ Move It „ #28

27.September 1960: Cliff Richard und The Shadows im Abbey Road Studio 2 fr Aufnahmen fr Cliff Album „ Listen To Cliff „

29.September 1963: Cliff Richard und The Shadows in Israel. Die vielen Zuschauer bringen den Verkehr zum stoppen als Cliff und The Shadows ihre Tour in Tel Aviv beginnen.

29.September 1965: Cliff Richard und The Shadows bei der dritten ATV Special Show von ITV Network.

30.September 1961: Cliff Richard als geladener Gast beim Spiel Preston North End gegen Leyton Orient im Preston’s Deepale Ground Stadion.


1.9.1954: Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore und Bill Black treten erstmals ffentlich als Blue Moon Boys auf. Auf einer Werbeveranstaltung fr einen neuerffneten Drugstore treten sie auf der Ladeflche eines LKW in der Lamar Ave. in Memphis auf. Die Zuschauer sind begeistert, die Stimmung und die Menge der Zuschauer nimmt whrend des Auftritts stndig zu. Die Medien werden erstmalig auf den jungen Elvis und seine Blue Moon Boys richtig aufmerksam. Scotty und Bill Black verlassen nach einigen weiteren Auftritten ihre eigenen Bands um nur noch mit Elvis zu spielen.

1.9.1956: Kurz vor seinem  20. Geburtstag fhrt Jerry Lee Lewis mit Vater Elmo nach Memphis. Sie kommen aus Ferriday, Louisiana und hoffen, in Memphis bei Sam Phillips in den SUN-Studios, eine Kostprobe von Jerry Lee's Knsten abgeben zu knnen (Die Lewis Familie hat die Reisekosten angeblich durch den Verkauf  von hunderten von Eiern an Nelson's Supermarkt in Ferriday finanziert.) Im SUN Studio erfahren beide, Sam Phillips sei n Florida im Urlaub. Jack Clement, damals Produzent bei SUN, macht einige Demos mit Jerry Lee. Zwei Monate spter wird Jerry Lee Lewis von SUN zu weiteren Sessions nach Memphis eingeladen.

1.9.1957: Die Zeit der Package Tours durch die USA begann schon in 1956. Die wichtigsten Rock'n Roll Stars und DooWop Gruppen tourten gemeinsam monatelang von Stadt zu Stdtchen und popularisierten den neuen Rock'n Roll Dance Craze. The Biggest Show of Stars 1957 mit Stars wie Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, The Drifters, Frankie Lymon And The Teenagers, The Everly Brothers und Clyde McPhatter. Die Tour startet am 1. September in New York und endet am 24.11. in Richmond, Virginia. Wegen der damaligen Rassentrennung werden die weissen Knstler mehrmals nicht auftreten drfen. In einigen US-Staaten im Sden ist nach wie vor der gemeinsame Auftritt von schwarzen und weissen Knstlern verboten. Diese Package Tours waren ein wichtiges Element um die Rock'n Roll Musik berall zu etablieren - mit Riesenerfolg, der ja bis heute nachwirkt !

1.9.1969: Johnny Cash verffentlicht ein im San Francisco-Staatsgefngnis "San Quentin" aufgenommenes Live-Konzert. Live in San Quentin.

2.9.1957: Die Everly Brothers  erreichen die Charts mit ihrem Hit Wake Up Little Susie.

2.9.1965: Bob Luman und Connie Smith werden heute Mitglieder der Grand Ole Opry in Nashville/Tennessee.

3.9.1983: Islands In The Stream, die von den Bee Gees produzierte Single mit dem Duo Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers eroberte die Welt-Charts.

4.9.1962: Die Beatles nehmen ihre ersten "richtigen" Plattenaufnahmen in den Abbey Roads Studios auf. Love Me Do und How Do You Do It. Love Me Do wurde ihre erste Hitparaden-Notierung im November 1962.

4.9.1964: Joe Cocker macht zum ersten Mal auf sich aufmerksam. Die erste Single von ihm erscheint: I'll Cry Instead/Precoious Words. Die besten britischen Gitarristen der Zeit begleiten Joe: Big Jim Sullivan und Jimmy Page. Die Band Ivy League spielt auch im Hintergrund mit. Man kennt sich.

5.9.1945: Die Country-Super-Songwriter Felice Scaduto und Boudleaux Bryant  heiraten in Newport, Kentucky. Welch eine Inspiration fr die Country-Music entstand daraus. Hits am Fliessband wurden von ihnen produziert. Rocky Top, Let's Think About Livin', Devoted To  You, All I Have To Do Is Dream, Hey Joe, Wake Up Little Susie, Bye Bye Love und viele, viele andere mehr.

6.9.1959: Johnny & The Hurricanes geben ihr Debt mit ihrem Leader und Saxophonisten Johnny Paris bei der legendren Dauer-Serie American Bandstand. Der Erfolg fr diese Rock'n Roll Instrumental Band explodiert geradezu weltweit. Ihr aktueller Hit in diesen Tagen: Red River Rock auf Platz 5 der Charts !

7.9.1958: Georgia Gibbs liefert die erste Darbietung der Hula-Hoop-Manie und prsentiert The Hula Hoop Song in der legendren Ed Sullivan Show, bei der auch Johnny Ray zu Gast ist. Ihre Originalaufnahme erreicht Platz 32 bertrifft ihre Konkurrentin Teresa Brewer, mit deren rivalisierender Version, um 6 Pltze. Georgia ist damals 38 Jahre alt und landete ihren ersten Hit bereits 1955 mit Dance With Me Henry, ein Antwort-Song auf den "schlpfrigen" Hit von Hank Ballard, "Work With Me Henry".

12.9.1959: Eine neue TV Serie wird von der britischen ATV (!) gestartet: "Boy Meets Girls". Heute ist der "Boy" Marty Wilde. Die "Girls" werden von dem soeben neu gegrndeten  Gesangstrio The Vernon Girls gemimt. Marty Wilde  wird spter ein Girl aus dem Trio, Joyce Baker, heiraten.  Daraus entstand Kim Wilde. Das ist eine andere Geschichte.

12.9.2003: Die C&W Music Fans weltweit,  trauern. Johnny Cash (The Man In Black) starb im Baptist Hospital in Nashville an den Folgen seiner Diabetes. Vier Monate zuvor verstarb seine Frau, June Carter-Cash. Johnny bleibt unvergessen.

13.9.1954: Chuck Berry spielt seine erste Platte ein: Oh Maria und B-Seite I Hope These Words Will Find You Well. Diese Aufnahmen werden mit der Band Joe Alexander and The Cubans in St. Louis fr das Ballad Lable aufgenommen

13.9.1955: Little Richard wird von Specialty Records unter Vertrag genommen.Das Label suchte einen neuen Ray Charles, fand aber "diesen schrillen Typen mit einer Riesentolle auf dem Kopf (die Pompadour-RnR Frisur), der wst daherredet und genau so schreiend singt". Die ersten Aufnahmen mit Little Richard entstehen in den New Orleans Studios von Cosimo Matassas J&M STUDIOS. Klassiker wie Kansas City, All Night Long und Wondering entstehen hier.

13.9.1956: Behrden in Birmingham, Blackburn und Preston (GB) lassen den Film Rock Around The Clock nach Ausschreitungen in anderen Stdten, verbieten. Eine Mitteilung in Birmingham, der zweitgrssten britischen Stadt, besagt, dass die Entscheidung "darauf basiert,  das eine Prsentation des Films  vorraussichtlich zu Strungen des ffentlichen Lebens fhren wird".I n vielen britischen Stdten wird von erheblichen "Strungen" berichtet. Es kommt zu Verhaftungen von Dutzenden jugendlicher Kinobesucher, weil sie auf der Strasse Rock'n Roll tanzen wollten. Bei uns hiess der Film "Ausser Rand und Band, 1.Teil" und fhrte bei Auffhrungen zu hnlichen Problemen wie in England. berall in Europa gingen durch diesen Film die "Rock'n Roll Lichter" an - sie leuchten bis heute !

14.9.1964: Nr. 1 der BritCharts: She Loves You, ein Pop-Klassiker der Beatles. 1,6 Millionen verkauft. Bis 1977 die bestverkaufte britische Single.

15.9.1961: Mit den Pendletones (vormals Carl & The Passions) wird in Hollywood der Strand-Song Surfin' aufgenommen. Brian Wilson, Al Jardine, Dennis Wilson und Mike Love. Aus ihnen wurden spter die Beach Boys.

15.9.1962: Der Twist habe Kanton (Guangschou) erreicht, berichtet eine chinesische Zeitung. Im Mao Ming-Kulturpark knne man dieses "hssliche Schauspiel" sehen.

18.9.1958: James Brown nimmt in den Belltone-Studios vier Songs auf, darunter das selbst geschriebene, gospel-hnliche Try Me, das Nr. 1 der R&B Charts wird und ihm seinen ersten Hit seit 1956 verschafft. Damals hiess dieser Song Please, Please, Please.

18.9.1960: Frankie Avalon erhlt an seinem 21. Geburtstag die 600.000 Dollar, die er bis zu seiner Volljhrigkeit verdient hat. Derzeit klettert er in den UK- und US-Charts  mit Venus bis auf Nummer eins hoch. Jetzt klopft Hollywood bei ihm an. In ber 10 Spielfilmen, Teenage Love Stories und Beach Party Movies wird er seinen Erfolg weiter festigen.

19.9.1955: DOT Records nimmt den 21-jhrigen Pat Boone aus Jacksonville unter Vertrag. Kurz darauf chartet Pat Boone mit seiner ersten Single, eine Coverversion des Fats Domino Hits Ain't That A Shame, bis auf Platz 1 der US-Charts. Pat Boone ist das brave Gegenstck zu Elvis Presley. Sein Image des braven Jungen von nebenan lsst ihn eine Marktnische erobern in den heissen Anfangstagen des ungezgelten Sounds des Sdstaaten Rock'n Rolls. Viele aktuelle Rythm & Blues und Rock'n Roll Hits werden von Pat Boone und seinem Produzenten Billy Vaughn (!) fr das weisse Publikum "geglttet".

19.9.1957: Der 16-jhrige Cliff Richard arbeitet als Buchhalter unter seinem brgerlichen Namen Harry Webb. In Hertfordshire, im Norden Londons, tritt er als Cliff Richard mit der Dick Teague Skiffle Group erstmalig in den Pubs von Ware, Cheshunt und Hoddesdon auf. Vorher trat er in der Cheshunt Secondary Modern School mit seiner Gesangsgruppe (!) The Quintones als Leadsnger auf.

20.9.1955: Tennessee Ernie Ford nimmt den Song Sixteen Tons auf. Sein grsster Hit! Bei uns wurde dieser Song zum Hit durch Freddy Quinn, Sie hiess Mary Ann.

21.9.1957: Bill Black und Scotty Moore, Presley's langjhrige musikalische Begleiter, geben wegen Gehaltsstreitigkeiten mit "Colonel" Tom Parker auf. Bill grndet die Bill Black's Combo, spielt aber im kommenden Jahr noch 3 Sessions mit Elvis.

22.9.1958: Elvis Presley geht mit 1170 anderen Soldaten in Brooklyn an Bord des Truppentransporters "General Randall", die nach Bremerhaven ausluft. Vorher gab  Elvis eine vom Militr genehmigte Pressekonferenz, die heute auf diversen CDs als "Elvis Sails" verffentlicht ist.

24.9.1973: Loretta Lynn's  Hit Coal Miners Daughter kam in die Charts. Es wurde ein Nummer 1 Hit fr Loretta.

25.9.1964: The Temptations charten mit der Smokey Robinson Nummer My Girl bis auf Top Number 1.

28.9.1959: Cliff Richard signiert bei der US Firma ABC-Paramount mit dem Hit Living Doll. Der Song erreicht eine mittlere Position in den US Charts. Er ist der erste britische Rock'n Roller der dieses schafft. 17 Jahre spter steigt Cliff erstmalig in die US Top Ten ein.

28.9.1963: American Bandstand TV. The Ronettes prsentieren Be My Baby. Das Gesangstrio, 1958 in New York als die Darling Sisters gegrndet, werden von Veronica Bennett (spter die Ehefrau von Produzenten Phil Spector und produziert als Ronnie Spector bis in die 80iger selbst), ihrer Schwester Estelle und Cousine  Nedra Talley  als Ronettes dargestellt. Der "Philles" Sound auch "Wall Of Sound" genannt, bestimmt die Zeit des Highschool Sounds.

29.9.1955: Das Fachmagazin Billboard bewertet die Little Richard Version von Tutti Frutti wie folgt: "Schlau angelegter Novelty-Song mit Nonsens-Text, wie mit dem Schnellfeuergewehr vorgetragen".

29.9.1963: The Rolling Stones starten ihre erste Tournee durch England im Londoner New Victoria Theatre.  32 Tage hmmern die Stones im Vorprogramm der Everly Brothers und von Bo Diddley ihre ersten Hits. Aus Respekt vor der Blueslegende Bo Diddley, verzichten sie  auf ihre Diddley Cover-Versionen.nem anfnglichen Verkaufsembargo in England wird Elvis Presleys It's Now Or Never doch fr den Verkauf freigegeben. Die Single basiert auf O Sole Mio von Enrico Caruso, 1916, mit neuem Text, doch die Copyright-Rechte konnten nicht geklrt werden. Im November erreichte Elvis  mit O Sole Mio Platz 1 der britischen Charts und setzt sich dort fr sechs Wochen fest.

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Bell, Archie (1944, Archie Bell & The Drells)
Errico, Greg (1946, Sly & The Family Stone)
Field, Russ (1949, Showaddywaddy)
Foxton, Bruce (1955, Jam)
Gibb, Barry (1946, Bee Gees, Snger)
Goetzman, Steve (1950, Exile)
Hewson, Peter (1950, Chicory Tip)
McKinnley, Jeannie (1948, Windows)
Twitty, Conway (1933, Snger, Schauspieler)
Wendland, Gerhard (1920, Snger)



Ashford, Rosalind (1943, Martha & The Vandellas)
Clanton, Jimmy (1940, Snger)
Conway, Russ (1927, Pianist)
Dickey, Robert Lee (1939, James Purify & Bobby)
Gooden, Sam (1939, Impressions)
Grebb, Marty (1946, Buckinghams)
Kaminski, Mik (1951, ELO)
Lewis, Richard (1933, Silhouettes)
Porcaro, Steve (1957, Toto)
Simon, Joe (1943, Snger, Songschreiber)
Wills, Johnnie Lee (1912, Snger)



Bell, Eric (1947, Thin Lizzy)
Biondo, George (1945, Steppenwolf)
Brewer, Don (1948, Grand Funk Railroad)
Harrison, Mike (1945, Spooky Tooth, Tastenpieler, Komponist)
Jardine, Al (1942, Beach Boys)
Lance, Major (1994, Snger, Todestag)
Mason, Benjamin "Ben" (1949, Soulful Dynamics)
Olson, Jeff (1952, Village People)
Pickett, Kenny (1943, Creation)
Smith, Leroy (1952, Sweet Sensation [UK])
Venosa, Arthur (1939, Elegants)
Walker, Gary (1944, Walker Brothers)
Wilson, Alan (1970, Canned Heat, Todestag)



Chambers, Martin (1951, Pretenders)
de Buhr, Alice (1950, Fanny)
Duncan, Gary (1946, Quicksilver Messenger Service)
Elmore, Greg (1946, Quicksilver Messenger Service)
Golga, Eddie (1951, Blackfoot Sue)
Jarrett, Tony (1944, Vanity Fare)
King, Ed (1949, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Strawberry Alarm Clock)
Knight, Merald "Bubba" (1942, Gladys Knight & The Pips)
LePread, Ronald (1946, Commodores)
Mackintosh, Ken (1919, Saxophonist)



Cage, John (1912, Pianist)
Carman, Pauli (1953, Champaign)
Clempson, Dave "Clem" (1949, Humble Pie)
Ford, Dean (1946, Marmalade, Gitarrist, Mundharmonikaspieler)
Ford, Walter (1931, Rays)
Frazier, Joe "Speedo" (1943, Impalas)
Mercury, Freddy (1946, Queen, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Miles, Buddy (1946, Electric Flag, Jimi Hendrix, Snger, Schlagzeuger, Gitarrist, Tastenspieler)
Negroni, Joe (1978, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers, Todestag)
Stewart, Al (1945, Snger, Gitarrist)
Stewart, John (1939, Snger, Gitarrist)
Wainwright III., Loundon (1946, Snger, Komponist, Gitarrist)



Bargeron, Dave (1942, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Barker, Stella (1954, Belle Stars)
Bloodvessel, Buster (1958, Bad Manners)
Desmond, Johnny (1985, Snger, Todestag)
Fogerty, Tom (1990, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Todestag)
Kongos, John (1945, Snger)
Reed, Jimmy (1925, Snger, Gitarrist, Mundharmonikaspieler, Komponist)
Rmer, Bernd (1944, Karat)
Smith, Charles "Claydes" (1948, Kool & The Gang)
Sylvester (1947, Snger, Komponist)
Trent, Jackie (1940, Sngerin, Texterin)
Tubb, Ernest (1984, Countrysnger, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Waller, Mick (1944, Jeff Beck, Studiomusiker)
Waters, Roger (1944, Pink Floyd)



Anderson, Alfa (1946, Chic)
Chapman, Margot (1957, Starland Vocal Band)
Duncan, Johnny (1931, Snger, Gitarrist, Banjospieler)
Ferrante, Arthur (1921, Ferrante & Teicher)
Gaynor, Gloria (1949, Sngerin)
Holly, Buddy (1936, Snger)
Hynde, Chrissie (1951, Pretenders)
King, Dave (1953, Snger)
Moon, Keith (1978, Who, Todestag)
Seol, Randy (1949, Stawberry Alarm Clock)
Tench, Benmont (1954, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
Valaitis, Lena (1943, Sngerin)



Cline, Patsy (1932, Sngerin)
Cole, Brian (1942, Association)
Daughtry, Dean (1946, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Classics IV)
Freeman, Lee (1948, Stawberry Alarm Clock)
Groucutt, Kelly (1945, ELO)
McKernan, Ron "Pigpen" (1945, Grateful Dead, Tastenspieler)
Nelson, Earl Lee (1928, Bob & Earl)
Secombe, Harry (1921, Goons, Snger, Schauspieler, Showmaster)
Sellers, Peter (1925, Goons, Snger, Schauspieler)
Steele, David (1960, Beat)
Sylvia, John (1935, Tune Weavers)
Valentino, Sal (1942, Beau Brummels)



Foxx, Inez (1942, Inez & Charlie Foxx)
Herold, Ted (1942, Snger)
Ingles, Doug (1946, Iron Butterfly)
Kent, Peter (1948, Snger, Komponist, Produzent)
Negroni, Joe (1940, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers)
O'Connell, Helen (1993, Sngerin, Todestag)
Oakes, Trevor (1946, Showaddywaddy)
Paramor, Norrie (1979, Big Ben Banjo Band, Komponist, Arrangeur, Todestag)
Preston, Billy (1946, Snger, Pianist)
Redding, Otis (1941, Snger, Komponist)
Righi, Stefano (1960, Righeira)
Sharp, Dee Dee (1945, Sngerin, Pianistin)
Simmons Jr., Luther (1942, Main Ingredient)
Stewart, David Allan (1952, Tourists, Gitarrist, Tastenspieler, Songschreiber)
Weller, Freddy (1947, Paul Revere & The Raiders)



Barlow, Barriemore (1949, Jethro Tull)
Feliciano, Jos (1945, Snger)
Fingers, Johnny (1956, Boomtown Rats)
Hutton, Danny (1942, Three Dog Night)
Perry, Joe (1950, Aerosmith)
Powell, Don (1946, Slade)
Tolson, Peter (1951, Pretty Things)
van den Brock, Rein (1945, Ekseption)



Conway, Gerry (1947, Jethro Tull, Yellow Dog)
Dwyer, Bernie (1940, Freddie & The Dreamers)
Greene, Lorne (1987, Schauspieler, Snger, Todestag)
Kottke, Leo (1945, Snger, Gitarrist)
Patrick, Charles (1938, Monotones [US])
Shaw, Tommy (1950, Styx)
Tosh, Peter (1987, Bob Marley & The Wailers; Snger; Gitarrist; Todestag)
Tufano, Dennis (1946, Buckinghams)



Akens, Jewel (1940, Snger)
Andrews, Barry (1956, XTC)
Backus, Gus (1937, Dell-Vikings, Snger, Schauspieler)
Beckley, Gerry (1952, America)
Bellamy, Anthony (1950, Redbone)
Berger, Norbert (Bert)(1945, Cindy & Bert)
Canaday, Steve (1944, Ozark Mountain Daredevils)
Cash, Johnny (2003, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber, Todestag)
DeVito, Nick (1924, Four Seasons)
Howard, Eddy (1914, Snger)
Jones, George (1931, Country-Snger, Gitarrist)
Muldaur, Maria (1943, Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Sngerin)
Robertson, Brian (1956, Thin Lizzy)
White, Barry (1944, Love Unlimited Orchestra, Soulsnger, Songschreiber, Produzent)
Young, Colin (1944, Foundations)



Cetera, Peter (1944, Chicago)
Charles, Ray (1918, Orchesterleiter, Arrangeur)
Clayton-Thomas, David (1941, Blood, Sweat & Tears; Snger; Gitarrist; Pianist)
Elliott, Ray (1943, Them)
Hegarty, Den (1954, Darts)
Jarre, Maurice (1924, Komponist)
Jones, Randy (1952, Village People)
Sledge, Joan (1956, Sister Sledge)
Torm, Mel (1925, Snger, Songschreiber)



Agnew, Pete (1946, Nazareth)
Baumann, Jonathan Paul (1947, Sha-Na-Na)
Cowsill, Barry (1954, Cowsills)
Gaines, Steve (1949, Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Kossoff, Paul (1950, Free)
Prado, Perez (1989, Tastenspieler, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Rogner, Falk (1943, Amon Dl II)



Anderson, Signe (1941, Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship)
Barrett, Pat (1931, Crew-Cuts)
Braid, Les (1941, Swinging Blue Jeans)
Gilmer, Jimmy (1940, Fireballs)
James, Jimmy (1940, Jimmy James & The Vagabonds)



Barton, Alan (1953, Black Lace, Smokie)
Bellamy, David (1950, Bellamy Brothers)
Blair, Ron (1952, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
Bolan, Marc (1977, T. Rex, Todestag)
Butler, Joe (1943, Lovin' Spoonful)
Calvert, Bernie (1944, Hollies)
Jones, Kenney (1948, Faces, Small Faces, Who)
Kelly, Betty (1944, Martha & The Vandellas)
King, B. B. (1925, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Lebler, Don (1949, Mixtures)
Lemaire, Sonny (1947, Exile)



Black, Bill (1926, Bassist)
McLemore, Lamonte (1939, Fifth Dimension)
Patrowa, Eva (Eve) (1989, Adam & Eve, Todestag)
Sanders, Steven (1941, Oak Ridge Boys)
Tyner, Rob (1991, Mc Five, Todestag)
Waybill, Fee (1950, Tubes)
Williams, Hank (1923, Snger, Countrymusiker)
Winterhalter, Hugo (1973, Orchesterchef, Todestag)



Avalon, Frankie (1939, Snger)
Catherall, Joanne (1962, Human League)
Fardogno, Frank (1941, Elegants)
Foley, Red (1968, Snger, Todestag)
Hendrix, Jimi (1970, Snger, [Bandleader], Todestag)
Hossack, Michael (1950, Doobie Brothers)
King, Alan (1946, Ace)
Livgren, Kerry (1949, Kansas)
Ramone, Dee Dee (1952, Ramones)
Rodgers, Jimmie (1933, Snger, Gitarrist, Tastenspieler, Songschreiber)



Benton, Brook (1931, Snger)
Busch, Lou (1979, Pianist, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Coghlan, John (1946, Status Quo)
Creme, Lol (1947, 10cc; Godley & Creme; Hotlegs)
Dormans, Lee (1945, Iron Butterfly)
Egan, Rustsy (1957, Visage)
Elliott, Cass (1941, Mamas & Papas)
Hinnen, Peter (1941, Snger)
Massi, Nick (1927, Four Seasons)
Medley, Bill (1940, Righteous Brothers)
Parsons, Gram (1973, Byrds, Todestag)
Payne, Freda (1945, Sngerin)
Roberts, Austin (1945, Snger)
Rodgers, Nile (1952, Chic)
Rosso, Nini (1926, Trompeter, Komponist)
Smith, Rex (1956, Schauspieler, Broadway-Musicalstar, Snger)
Twiggy (1949, Schnheitsideal, Sngerin)
Williams, Paul (1940, Snger, Gitarrist, Pianist, Komponist, Schauspieler)



Croce, Jim (1973, Snger, Komponist, Todestag)
Dankworth, Johnny (1927, Saxophonist)
Grant, Gogi (1924, Sngerin)
Millowitsch, Willy (1999, Volksschauspieler, Autor, Theaterbesitzer, Snger, Todestag)
Panazzo, Chuck (1947, Styx)
Panazzo, John (1947, Styx)
Rogers, Mick (1946, Manfred Mann)
Stephens, Richard (1940, String-A-Longs)



Brennan, Walter (1974, Snger, Schauspieler, Todestag)
Cohen, Leonard (1934, Snger)
Felder, Don (1947, Eagles)
Lee, Dickey (1936, Snger, Songschreiber)
Murphy, Kevin (1943, American Breed)
Pastorius, Jaco (1987, Weather Report, Bassist, Todestag)
Preston, Don (1932, Turtles)
Tarrach, Dicky (1944, Rattles)
Taylor, Phil (1954, Motorhead)
Torriani, Vico (1920, Snger, Filmschauspieler, TV-Moderator)
Young, Jimmy (1923, Snger)



Boone, Debby (1956, Sngerin)
Coverdale, David (1949, Deep Purple)
Holmes, Leroy (1913, Blser, Arrangeur)
James, Joni (1930, Tnzerin, Sngerin)
Jett, Joan (1959, Sngerin, Gitarristin)
Jones, Pete (1957, Public Image Ltd.)
Patto, Mike (1942, Spooky Tooth)
Petry, Wolfgang (1951, Snger, Gitarrist, Keyboarder)



Banks, John (1943, Merseybeats)
Boone, Steve (1943, Lovin' Spoonful)
Bushys, Ron (1945, Iron Butterfly)
Charles, Ray (1930, Snger, Pianist)
Coltrane, John (1926, Jazzsaxophonist, Komponist)
Corbetta, Jerry (1947, Four Seasons, Sugarloaf)
Iglesias, Julio (1943, Snger)
King, Ben E. (1938, Drifters, Snger, Komponist)
McIntosh, Robbie (1974, Average White Band, Todestag)
Petersen, Paul (1945, Snger, Schauspieler)
Rocca, John (1960, Freeez)
Scott, Wallace (1943, Whispers)
Scott, Walter (1943, Whispers)
Smith, Neal (1947, Alice Cooper)
Springsteen, Bruce (1949, Snger, Gitarrist, Komponist)
Steig, Jeremy (1942, Jazz-Fltist)



Allbut, Barbara (1940, Angels)
Allbut, Phyllis "Jiggs" (1942, Angels)
Areklew, Michael (1950, Blue Swede)
Asperud, Kjell (1946, Titanic)
Berg, Jrg Maria (1930, Blaue Jungs, James Brothers, Montecarlos, Snger, Schauspieler)
Donahue, Jerry (1946, Fairport Convention, Fotheringay)
Hawkins, Rosa Lee (1944, Dixie Cups)
Henderson, Wayne (1938, Crusaders)
Lee, Stan (1956, Dickies)
Marsden, Gerry (1942, Gerry & The Pacemakers)
McCartney, Linda (1942, Wings, Tastenspielerin, Komponistin, Photographin)
Newley, Anthony (1931, Snger, Schauspieler, Komponist, Regisseur)
Silvester, Eric (1945, Snger)
Taylor, Mel (1932, Ventures)
Wilkinson, Keith (1954, Squeeze)
Winters, Lawrence (1965, Snger, Todestag)
Zeb, Angus (1959, Aswad)



Alexander, Gary (1943, Association)
Bonham, John (1980, Led Zeppelin, Todestag)
Darling, Erik (1933, Rooftop Singers, Tarriers)
Drummond, Burleigh (1951, Ambrosia)
Fiddler, John (1947, Medicine Head)
Flemons, Wade (1940, Earth, Wind & Fire)
McIntyre, Onnie (1945, Average White Band)
Russell, Joseph "Jesse" (1939, Persuasions)
Severin, Steve (1955, Siouxsie & The Banshees)



Anderson, Lynn (1947, Sngerin)
Bauer, Joe (1941, Youngbloods)
Chambers, George (1931, Chambers Brothers)
Chaquico, Craig (1954, Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship)
Ferry, Brian (1945, Roxy Music, Snger, Keyboarder, Songschreiber)
Heckstall-Smith, Dick (1934, Colosseum, Saxophonist, Klarinettist)
London, Julie (1926, Sngerin, Schauspielerin)
Newton-John, Olivia (1948, Sngerin, Schauspielerin)
Robbins, Marty (1925, Snger)
Safuto, Frank (1938, Randy & The Rainbows)
Tosh, Stuart (1951, 10cc, Pilot)
Uhlrich, Michael (1963, Teens)
Vaughn, Billy (1991, Hilltoppers, Snger, Orchesterchef, Arrangeur, Todestag)
Zacherle, John (1918, Snger)



Bachman, Randy (1943, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Guess Who)
Carter, Eddie (1952, Mr. Big [GB])
Cassidy, Shaun (1958, Snger, Schauspieler)
Dickson, Barbara (1947, Sngerin, Pianistin, Komponistin)
Edwards, Raymond (1922, Silhouettes)
Fields, Gracie (1979, Sngerin, Filmschauspielerin, Todestag)
Lewis, Linda (1950, Sngerin, Pianistin, Gitarristin)
McCulloch, Jimmy (1979, Thunderclap Newman, Todestag)
Meat Loaf (1947, Snger)
Nix, Don (1941, Mar-Keys)
Quinn, Freddy (1931, Snger, Schauspieler)
Stardust, Alvin (1942, Snger)



Burgess, Paul (1950, 10cc)
Davis, Miles (1991, Snger, Trompeter, Todestag)
Durban, Manfred (1942, Flippers)
Hope-Evans, Peter (1947, Medicine Head)
Johnson, Allen (1995, Marcels, Todestag)
Kupferberg, Naphtali "Tuli" (1928, Fugs, Snger)
Shapiro, Helen (1946, Sngerin, Schauspielerin)
St. Nicholas, Nick (1943, Steppenwolf)
Tonkin, Garfield (1946, Cupid's Inspiration)



Autry, Gene (1907, Snger)
Bell, Freddie (1931, Freddie Bell & The Bellboys)
Boyce, Tommy (1944, Snger, Komponist)
Farner, Mark (1948, Grand Funk Railroad)
Fernandez, Manolo (1943, Los Bravos)
Gudera, Gerd (1933, Nilsen Brothers)
Ivory, Colin Junior (1959, Dead End Kids)
Lammertink, Leander (1955, Spargo)
Lewis, Jerry Lee (1935, Snger, Pianist, Violinist)
Pinera, Mike (1948, Blues Image)
Post, Mike (1944, Orchesterleiter, Plattenproduzent, Komponist)
Taylor, Nick (1946, Bloodrock)
Wilson, Mari (1957, Sngerin)



Bolan, Marc (1947, T. Rex)
Ford, Mary (1977, Les Paul & Mary Ford, Todestag)
Illic, Bata (1939, Snger)
Jrgens, Udo (1934, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Lymon, Frankie (1942, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers)
Martin, Dewey (1942, Buffalo Springfield)
Mathis, Johnny (1935, Snger)
McCoo, Marilyn (1943, Fifth Dimension; Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.)
Peterson, Sylvia (1946, Chiffons)
Rushen, Patrice (1954, Sngerin, Pianistin, Songschreiberin)

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