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Top 40 Hits of Mid November 1967
- 1 The Foundations Baby Now That I've Found You
- 2 The Bee Gees Massachusetts
- 3 Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich Zabadak!
^ 4 The Kinks Autumn Almanac
new 5 Long John Baldry Let The Heartaches Begin
fall 6 Engelbert Humperdinck The Last Waltz
- 7 Troggs Love Is All Around
^ 8 Dave Clark Five Everybody Knows
- 9 Eric Burdon San Franciscan Nights
fall 10 The Herd From The Underworld
^ 11 Donovan There Is A Mountain
^ 12 Val Doonican If The Whole World Stopped Loving
^ 13 The Who I Can See For Miles
fall 14 Frankie Vaughan There Must Be A Way
fall 15 Procol Harum Homburg
fall 16 Traffic Hole In My Shoe
^ 17 Felice Taylor I Feel Love Coming On
fall 18 The Move Flowers In The Rain
fall 19 The Box Tops The Letter
- 20 Sandie Shaw You've Not Changed
fall 21 The Seekers When Will The Good Apples Fall
^ 22 Des O'Connor Careless Hands
fall 23 Anita Harris Just Loving You
- 24 Stevie Wonder I'm Wondering
^ 25 Shirley Bassey Big Spender
fall 26 Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billy Joe
fall 27 Diana Ross & The Supremes Reflections
new 28 Sam & Dave Soul Man
fall 29 The Dubliners Black Velvet Band
new 30 Cliff Richard All My Love
fall 31 The Four Tops You Keep Running Away
new 32 Engelbert Humperdinck Release Me
fall 33 The Temptations You're My Everything
new 34 Gene Pitney Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart
fall 35 Engelbert Humperdinck There Goes My Everything
new 36 Lulu Love Loves To Love Love
fall 37 Vince Hill Love Letters In The Sand
new 38 Frankie Vaughan So Tired
fall 39 Keith West Excerpt From 'A Teenage Opera'
new 40 The Monkees Daydream Believer

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Samstag, 18. November 2017

  • Doug Sahm of the Sir Douglas Quintet ("She's About A Mover") dies of a heart attack in 1999
  • Dave Appell of the Applejacks ("Mexican Hat Rock") dies, 2014
  • Bill Haley marries his pregnant girlfriend, four days after he divorces his first wife, 1952
  • Second-cousin Myra files for divorce from Jerry Lee Lewis after 13 years of marriage, 1970
  • Mick Jagger and then-wife Jerri Hall legally separate, 1998
  • Timothy B. Schmitt of the Eagles undergoes surgery for throat and neck cancer, 2012
  • A German Bee Gees concert is cancelled when Barry and Robin Gibb come down with tonsillitis, 1968
  • Johnny Cash is hospitalized with acute appendicitis in Ottumwa, Iowa, while on tour there, 1958
  • "Smokey Robinson Day" in Chicago and the state of Illinois is postponed when he is too ill to attend, 2010
  • Bonnie Pointer of the Pointer Sisters is arrested in Los Angeles for possession of cocaine, 2011
  • Cher immortalizes her hand and foot prints in cement in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, 2010
  • The first live rock concert is streamed on the Internet (twenty minutes of the Rolling Stones from Dallas, Texas), 1994
  • Paul Anka leaves ABC-Paramount Records to join RCA, 1961
  • Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen guest star on NBC-TV's "Police Woman", 1975
  • The Johnny Cash biographical movie "Walk The Line" opens, 2005
  • Ricky Nelson records "Stood Up" and "Waitin' In School", 1957
  • The Beatles release "Let It Be...Naked" (minus the Phil Spector embellishments on the original album), 2003
  • The Spiral Starecase begin recording "More Today Than Yesterday", 1968

Freitag, 17. November 2017

  • Gordon Lightfoot ("Sundown") is 79
  • The late Gene Clark of the Byrds ("Turn! Turn! Turn!") is born in 1941
  • Bob Gaudio of the Royal Teens ("Short Shorts") and the Four Seasons ("Sherry") is 75
  • The late Dean Martin, Jr. of Dino, Desi and Billy ("I'm A Fool") is born in 1952
  • Jimmy Ruffin ("What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted") dies, 2014
  • Arthur Conley ("Sweet Soul Music") dies of intestinal cancer in 2003
  • Ruth Brown ("This Little Girl's Gone Rockin'") dies of a stroke and heart attack, 2006
  • David Crosby of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash breaks his ankle, leg and shoulder in a motorcycle crash, 1990
  • Meat Loaf collapses onstage in London and undergoes heart surgery to cure an irregular heartbeat, 2003
  • Joan Baez receives minor injuries after falling 20 feet from her backyard tree house, 2010
  • Roger Miller is inducted posthumously into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, 2011
  • Producer/songwriters Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff are honored when the street in front of their Philadelphia International studios is named after them, 2010
  • The Monkees' Davy Jones opens a boutique in New York's Greenwich Village, 1967
  • Aretha Franklin and Sammy Davis, Jr. give a royal command performance for England's Queen Elizabeth in London, 1980
  • "The Beatles Revolution" documentary airs on ABC-TV, 2000
  • "A Very Special Olivia Newton-John" airs on ABC-TV, 1976
  • Cher guests on NBC-TV's "Will And Grace" (the first time), 2000
  • Peter Tork makes a repeat appearance on ABC-TV's "Boy Meets World", 1995
  • Husband and wife Tommy Sands and Nancy Sinatra appear together on CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show", 1963
  • Elton John records a live performance at a New York City radio station that's later released as his "17-11-70" album, 1970

Donnerstag, 16. November 2017

  • Garnet Mimms ("Cry Baby") is 84
  • Chi Coltrane ("Thunder And Lightning") is 69
  • Frankie Ford is struck by a car after a performance in Jackson, Tennessee, but recovers, 2006
  • Mike Love's brother, Stan is sentenced to five years probation for embezzling $300,000 from the Beach Boys, 1988
  • A life-sized statue of Sonny Bono is unveiled in downtown Palm Springs, California, where he once was mayor, 2001
  • The Shangri-Las, Lou Reed and Al Kooper are among those enshrined in the Long Island (New York) Music Hall of Fame, 2010
  • "Sinatra: An American Original", with Walter Cronkite, airs on CBS-TV, 1965
  • Peter Tork makes his first appearance on the WB-TV's "Seventh Heaven," 1998
  • Jay & the Americans record "Let's Lock The Door", 1964
  • The Animals record "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood", 1964
  • The Four Lads record "No, Not Much", 1955

Mittwoch, 15. November 2017

  • Petula Clark ("Downtown") is 85
  • The late Clyde McPhatter ("A Lover's Question") is born in 1932
  • Anni-Frid Lyngstadt of ABBA ("Dancing Queen") is 72
  • The late Little Willie John ("Sleep") is born in 1937
  • The late Joe Hinton ("Funny") is born in 1929
  • C.W. McCall (real name William Fries, Jr.- "Convoy") is 89
  • Natalicio Lima, one-half of Los Indios Tabajaras ("Maria Elena"), dies of stomach cancer, 2009
  • Songwriter P.F. Sloan ("Eve Of Destruction", "A Must To Avoid", "Secret Agent man" and more) dies of pancreatic cancer, 2015
  • Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones is hospitalized in Chicago with a 104-degree fever, missing three days of the Stones' American tour, 1964
  • Paul Anka is inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, 2007
  • Van Morrison is named honorary Burgess of Belfast, Ireland and given the key to his native city, 2013
  • "The Bee Gees Special" airs on NBC-TV, 1979
  • ABC airs a British TV special, "Around The Beatles", 1964
  • Elvis Presley's "Love Me Tender" film premieres in New York City, 1956
  • Cher's "Burlesque" film (with Christina Aguilera) premieres in Los Angeles, 2010
  • Its use on a "Studio One" drama on CBS-TV on this date makes "Let Me Go Lover" a #1 hit for Joan Weber, 1954
  • Ringo Starr's spaghetti western movie, "Blindman" debuts in Rome, 1971
  • Spencer Davis, Richie Havens, Mark Lindsay, Peter Noone, John Sebastian and Robby Krieger of the Doors all guest on Fox-TV's "Married With Children", 1992
  • The Jefferson Airplane record "Somebody To Love" in 1966

Dienstag, 14. November 2017

  • The late Freddie Garrity of Freddie & the Dreamers ("I'm Telling You Now") is born in 1940
  • The late Cornell Gunther of the Coasters ("Along Came Jones") is born in 1938
  • Stephen Bishop ("On And On") is 66
  • Songwriter Lee Pockriss ("Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini", "Johnny Angel", "Catch A Falling Star" and many others) dies, 2011
  • Michael Jackson marries his former nurse and the mother of two of his children- Prince and Paris (the marriage lasts three years), 1996
  • Sunny Ozuna of Sunny & the Sunglows suffers a mild heart attack, 2012
  • Davy Jones receives seven stitches above his eye at a Los Angeles hospital after a fight with Peter Tork on the set of NBC-TV's "The Monkees", 1967
  • Debbie Reynolds receives the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Hollywood, 2015
  • Sonny & Cher reunite on "Late Nite With David Letterman" on NBC-TV, 1987
  • Cozy Cole begins a 20-week goodwill tour of Africa, sponsored by the U.S. State Department, 1960
  • The Everly Brothers record "Crying In The Rain" and "That's Old Fashioned", 1961

Montag, 13. November 2017

  • Timmy Thomas ("Why Can't We Live Together") is 73
  • Leon Russell ("Tight Rope") dies, 2016
  • Bill Doggett ("Honky Tonk") dies of lung cancer in 1996
  • Don Addrisi of the Addrisi Brothers ("We've Got To Get It On Again") dies of cancer in 1984
  • Jerry Lee Lewis, Jr. (the singer's son) dies in a highway accident in Mississippi, 1973
  • Daryl Dragon of the Captain & Tennille has surgery on both knees, 2008
  • Sammy Davis, Jr. marries actress May Britt, 1960
  • Bob Dylan is awarded France's Legion of Honor award in ceremonies in Paris, 2013
  • "Michael Jackson Month" is declared in Los Angeles, 1988
  • Paul McCartney wakes up the space shuttle astronauts by singing "Good Day Sunshine" to them live from his concert in Anaheim, California, 2005
  • A breed of orchid is named after Elton John at the World Orchid Congress in Singapore, 2011
  • Dickie Goodman and Bill Buchanan go to court in New York City for the first of many lawsuits over the "break-in" record, "The Flying Saucer", 1956
  • The Elton John stage musical, "Billy Elliot", debuts on Broadway, 2008
  • The Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" movie debuts in the U.S., 1968
  • Hank Ballard guests on CBS-TV's "To Tell The Truth" as the composer of "The Twist", 1961

Sonntag, 12. November 2017

  • Brian Hyland ("Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini") is 74
  • Neil Young ("Heart Of Gold") is 72
  • Booker T. Jones of Booker T. & the MGs ("Green Onions") is 73
  • The late Bob Crewe ("Music To Watch Girls By" and producer and writer of many Four Seasons hits) is born in 1931
  • The late Jo Stafford ("Suddenly There's A Valley") is born in 1920
  • The late Grace Kelly ("True Love" with Bing Crosby) is born in 1929
  • Carly Simon undergoes a mastectomy and begins chemotherapy for breast cancer, 1997
  • The Doors perform for the last time with Jim Morrison, in New Orleans, 1970
  • Gary Glitter pleads guilty to possession of child pornography and is sentenced to four months in a British jail, 1999
  • Chaka Khan is signed to be the spokesperson for an antioxidant health drink, 2007 Hollywood's Sunset Strip riots on this date provide the inspiration for Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth", 1966
  • Sly Stone is arrested at his Santa Monica, California concert for non-payment of child support, 1987
  • The Abbey Road recording studio in London opens in 1931
  • The Supremes and the Temptations team-up for their second TV special, "G.I.T. on Broadway" on NBC, 1969
  • Kenny Rogers begins filming "The Gambler" TV movie, 1979
  • Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Knox and Carl Perkins appear in the movie "Jamboree", that debuts in Hollywood, 1957
  • Shirley Ellis records "The Name Game", 1964

Samstag, 11. November 2017

  • The late LaVern Baker ("I Cried A Tear") is born in 1929
  • Jesse Colin Young of the Youngbloods ("Get Together") is 73
  • Jim Peterik of the Ides of March ("Vehicle") and Survivor ("Eye Of The Tiger") is 77
  • Paul Cowsill of the Cowsills ("Hair") is 64
  • Mac Kissoon of Mac & Katie Kissoon ("Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep") is 74
  • Bob Beckham ("Just As Much As Ever") dies, 2013
  • Jim Morrison of the Doors is arrested for drunkenness while aboard an airplane, 1969
  • The Fireballs and Buddy Holly & the Crickets are inducted into the New Mexico Music Hall of Fame in Albuquerque, 2006
  • Connie Stevens is the grand marshal of the Veteran's Administration Veteran's Day Parade in Phoenix, Arizona, 2008
  • Bob Dylan's book, "Tarantula" is published in 1970
  • Micky Dolenz, Billy Vera and Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick all guest on ABC-TV's "Boy Meets World", 1994
  • Paul Anka makes his second appearance in five weeks on NBC-TV's "Dan Raven" (which only lasts 13 episodes), 1960
  • John Lennon and Yoko Ono release their "Two Virgins" album with a nude picture of themselves on the cover, 1968
  • Elvis Presley's "Roustabout" film is released, 1964
  • The Elvis Presley concert film, "Elvis: That's The Way It Is" opens in 1970

Freitag, 10. November 2017

  • The late Kyu Sakamoto ("Sukiyaki") is born in 1941
  • Dave Loggins ("Please Come To Boston") is 70
  • Tommy Facenda ("High School U.S.A.") is 78
  • Donna Fargo ("Funny Face") is 68
  • The late Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer ("From The Beginning") is born in 1947
  • Ronnie Dyson ("Why Can't I Touch You") dies of heart failure and lung disease in 1990
  • Miriam Makeba ("Pata Pata") dies of a heart attack, 2008
  • Martha Reeves gives birth to her son, Eric, 1970
  • Marianne Faithfull gives birth to her son, Nicholas, 1965
  • Jerry Lee Lewis undergoes emergency ulcer surgery, 1985
  • Sam Cooke and Lou Rawls are injured in a Marion, Arkansas car crash while touring with the Pilgrim Travelers gospel group (Lou is mistakenly pronounced dead at the scene and the chauffeur does die), 1958
  • Bob Bogle and Nokie Edwards of the Ventures are inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in Muskogee, 2011
  • Cat Stevens (now known as Yusuf Islam) is given a "Man For Peace" prize by former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in Rome, 2004
  • The Edmund Fitzgerald sinks in Lake Superior and becomes the subject of Gordon Lightfoot's song, 1975
  • Elvis Presley's last feature film, "Change Of Habit" opens in 1969
  • Frank Sinatra begins filming "A Hole In The Head" with Eddie Hodges, 1958
  • Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Tom Petty and Elvis Costello all guest on Fox-TV's "The Simpsons", 2002
  • Jos Feliciano guests on an episode of NBC-TV's "McMillan & Wife", 1974
  • Marty Robbins records "Devil Woman", 1962

Donnerstag, 9. November 2017

  • The late Mary Travers of Peter, Paul & Mary ("Leaving On A Jet Plane") is born in 1937
  • The late Tom Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival ("Proud Mary") is born in 1941
  • Major Harris ("Love Won't Let Me Wait") dies of congestive heart and lung failure, 2012
  • Al Caiola ("Bonanza") dies, 2016
  • Producer/songwriter/performer Allen Toussaint (wrote "Mother-In Law", "Southern Nights", "Working In The Coal Mine" and many more) dies while on tour in Spain, 2015
  • If "Paul Is Dead", then this is the day Mr. McCartney allegedly died in 1966
  • Carly Simon attends James Taylor's Carnegie Hall concert and they begin their love affair, 1971
  • Brian Epstein sees the Beatles perform for the first time, at the Cavern Club in Liverpool (he later becomes their manager), 1961
  • Wayne Fontana is found guilty of "arson with intent to injure" in a Nottingham, England courtroom (but is set free after already spending six months in jail), 2007
  • An estimated $1.1 million worth of Neil Young's possessions in a California warehouse are destroyed in a fire started by his faulty electric/hybrid car, 2010
  • The first issue of Rolling Stone magazine, with John Lennon gracing the front page, is published in 1967
  • David Crosby leaves the Byrds, 1967
  • Glen Campbell receives the Lifetime Achievement honor from the Country Music Association in Nashville, 2011
  • Linda Ronstadt and Jos Feliciano receive Lifetime Achievement awards at the Latin Grammy ceremonies in Las Vegas, 2011
  • The city of Beaumont, Texas votes to name the street she lives on "Barbara Lynn Street" in her honor, 2010
  • Bobby Hebb, Eddy Arnold, Little Jimmy Dickens and Kris Kristofferson are all enshrined in Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame, 2010
  • "Jailhouse Rock" and "Wake Up Little Susie" are the #1 and #2 songs on Billboard's pop, country and rhythm-and-blues charts simultaneously, 1957
  • Buddy Holly begins his first tour, opening for George Jones and Hank Locklin, 1956
  • Anita Humes of the Essex guests on CBS-TV's "To Tell The Truth", 1964
  • The Everly Brothers first recording session, for Columbia Records, yields no hits and they are soon dropped from the label, 1955
  • Dee Clark records "Your Friends", 1960

Mittwoch, 8. November 2017

  • The late Minnie Riperton ("Lovin' You") is born in 1948
  • Bonnie Bramlett of Delaney and Bonnie ("Never Ending Song Of Love") is 73
  • Leif Garrett ("I Was Made For Dancin'") is 56
  • Rickie Lee Jones ("Chuck E's In Love") is 63
  • The late Patti Page ("Allegheny Moon") is born in 1927
  • Ivory Joe Hunter ("Since I Met You Baby") dies of lung cancer in 1974
  • Beach Boy Carl Wilson marries Dean Martin's daughter, Gina, 1987
  • Cynthia Lennon is granted a divorce from John, 1968
  • Aretha Franklin breaks her leg in a fall in a Honolulu hotel, forcing her to perform two concerts there from a wheelchair, 1968
  • Connie Francis is sexually assaulted in a Long Island, New York motel, 1974
  • A bullet hits a Motown tour bus in Savannah, Georgia (no one is hurt), 1962
  • Ronnie Hawkins is inducted into the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame, 2008
  • Charlie Daniels, Dolly Parton and Ernest Tubb are all inducted into Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame, 2009
  • Judy Collins, Bob Lind and the Serendipity Singers are all inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame in Denver, 2013
  • Central Middle School in Waukesha, Wisconsin is re-named after native son Les Paul, 2014
  • Jerry Lee Lewis declares bankruptcy, 1988
  • The Dave Clark Five perform for Queen Elizabeth at the Royal Variety Show in London, 1965
  • Sonny Bono is elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from California (he serves until his death three years later), 1994
  • Jean Terrell is named to replace Diana Ross in the Supremes, 1968
  • Elvis Presley's "Jailhouse Rock" movie is released nationwide, 1957
  • Suzi Quatro begins her role as Leather Tuscadero on ABC-TV's "Happy Days", 1977
  • Buddy Holly's radio show debuts on KDAV-AM in Lubbock, Texas, 1953
  • Harry Nilsson begins recording "Everybody's Talkin'", 1967

Dienstag, 7. November 2017

  • Johnny Rivers ("Poor Side Of Town") is 75
  • The late Dee Clark ("Raindrops") is born in 1938
  • Joni Mitchell ("Help Me") is 74
  • The late Al Hirt ("Java") is born in 1922
  • Jody Reynolds ("Endless Sleep") dies of liver and brain cancer, 2008
  • Carter Cornelius of Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose ("Treat Her Like A Lady") dies of a heart attack in 1991
  • Cleveland "Cleve" Duncan, lead singer of the Penguins ("Earth Angel") dies, 2012
  • Andrea True ("More, More, More") dies, 2011
  • The Philippine actress wife of Rod Lauren ("If I Had A Girl") is stabbed to death in Manila (Rod is accused of ordering her death but flees the country and never stands trial), 2001
  • Smokey Robinson marries fellow Miracles member Claudette Rogers (it lasts 26 years), 1959
  • Pat Boone marries Shirley Foley (daughter of country star Red Foley), 1953
  • Frank Sinatra marries actress Ava Gardner (they divorce six years later), 1951
  • Frank Zappa announces that he has prostate cancer (he dies from it two years later), 1991
  • John Hall, lead singer of Orleans ("Dance With Me") is elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from New York (he serves two terms), 2006
  • Dr. Conrad Murray is found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson, 2011
  • Linda Ronstadt performs her last concert before Parkinson's Disease stills her voice, in San Antonio, 2009
  • The Kingston Trio reunite at Magic Mountain in California (the reunion airs as a PBS-TV special three months later), 1981
  • John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival is cleared in court of charges he plagiarized himself (his former record label thought "The Old Man Down The Road" sounded too much like "Run Through The Jungle"), 1988
  • Elvis Presley begins filming the movie "Wild In The Country", 1960
  • Ferlin Husky records "Gone", 1956

Montag, 6. November 2017

  • The late Glenn Frey ("Smuggler's Blues" and member of the Eagles) is born in 1948
  • The late Doug Sahm of the Sir Douglas Quintet ("She's About A Mover") is born in 1941
  • Stonewall Jackson ("Waterloo") is 85
  • P.J. Proby ("Niki Hoeky") is 79
  • The late Ray Conniff ("Invisible Tears") is born in 1916
  • Dickie Goodman ("The Flying Saucer") dies of a self-inflicted gunshot, 1989
  • Little Richard undergoes hip replacement surgery at a Nashville hospital, 2009
  • Scott McKenzie is hospitalized in Los Angeles with Guillain-Barr syndrome, 2010
  • Spurred by the death of her grandson in a police shootout the year before, Lillie Bryant Howard of Billy & Lillie runs for mayor of her home town of Newburgh, New York (losing by 150 votes), 2007
  • Marvin Gay, Sr. is given five years probation for shooting his son, Marvin Gaye (they spelled their names differently), 1984
  • Ringo Starr (along with his wife, Barbara Bach) enters an alcohol rehabilitation center, 1988
  • Elvis Presley does his only commercial, for Southern Maid Donuts, on the "Louisiana Hayride" radio program (he also signs a year-long contract with the "Hayride"), 1954
  • Les Paul is honored on Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame, 2011
  • The musical, "Jersey Boys: The Story of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons" opens on Broadway, 2005
  • The Monkees' movie, "Head" has its world premiere in New York City (it opens in limited release two weeks later), 1968
  • The TV mini-series "Princess Daisy" (with Ringo Starr) begins in 1983
  • Joe Tex records "Hold What You've Got", 1964
  • Connie Francis records "My Happiness", 1958

Sonntag, 5. November 2017

  • Marty McFly time-travels to this date in 1955 in the movie "Back To The Future"
  • Art Garfunkel ("All I Know") is 76
  • Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits ("Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter") is 70
  • The late Ike Turner ("Proud Mary" with then-wife Tina) is born in 1931
  • Mike Clifford ("Close To Cathy") is 74
  • Bobby Hatfield of the Righteous Brothers ("You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'") dies of a heart attack brought on by cocaine use, 2003
  • Bobby Nunn of the Coasters ("Yakety Yak") dies of a heart attack, 1986
  • Barry Sadler ("Ballad Of The Green Berets") dies of complications from a shooting the previous year, 1989
  • Johnny Horton ("The Battle Of New Orleans") dies in a car crash in Milano, Texas, 1960
  • Peter Noone marries his wife, Mireille, on his 21st birthday (the couple are still together), 1968
  • Diana Ross gives birth to daughter Chudney, 1975
  • Bee Gee Robin Gibb is on a train that derails near London, killing 49 people (Robin survives), 1967
  • Fats Domino is given the National Medal of Arts by President Bill Clinton, 1998
  • Announcer Al Dvorin first says "Elvis has left the building", at the end of a Minneapolis concert by the King (though the phrase had been used in the '50s on the "Louisiana Hayride", as well), 1971
  • The Petula Clark film, "Goodbye Mr. Chips" is released in the U.S., 1969
  • The Jackson 5's second TV special, "The Jackson 5 Show" airs on CBS, 1972
  • Tom Jones is a guest-voice on Fox-TV's "The Simpsons", 1992
  • The Who lend their voices to Fox-TV's "The Simpsons" in 2000
  • Kenny Rogers & the First Edition make their national TV debut on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" on CBS, 1967
  • Jerry Reed records "Amos Moses", 1969

Freitag, 3. November 2017

  • Lulu ("To Sir With Love") is 69
  • The late John Barry ("Goldfinger" and composer for countless films) is born in 1933
  • Paul Mauriat ("Love Is Blue") dies in 2006
  • Kay Starr ("Rock And Roll Waltz") dies, 2016
  • Lonnie Donegan ("Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor On The Bedpost Over Night") dies of a heart attack in 2002
  • James Taylor marries Carly Simon (it lasts eleven years), 1972
  • Elton John retires (for 15 months), 1977
  • Eric Clapton is made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by England's Princess Anne, 2005
  • Tom Jones, Little Richard and the Bee Gees all attend Lulu's 21st birthday party at a club on Baker Street in London, 1969
  • John Lennon flies from London to New York (he dies there in 1980, having never set foot on British soil again), 1971
  • Billy Preston is sentenced in Santa Monica, California to three years in prison for cocaine possession while on parole, 1997
  • David Cassidy is arrested in St. Lucie County, Florida for driving under the influence (he pleads no contest and gets a suspended license and probation), 2010
  • Hootie & the Blowfish settle out-of-court with Bob Dylan after he sues them for using his lyrics in their song, "I Only Want To Be With You", 1995
  • The Helen Reddy film, "Pete's Dragon" is released, 1977
  • Little Richard guest-stars on CBS-TV's "Hearts Afire", 1993
  • Donny Osmond appears on the ABC-TV soap opera "All My Children", 2006
  • The Beatles record "Michelle", 1965
  • Gale Garnett records "We'll Sing In The Sunshine" in 1963

Donnerstag, 2. November 2017

  • Jay Black of Jay & the Americans ("Come A Little Bit Closer") is 79
  • Maxine Nightingale ("Right Back Where We Started From") is 64
  • The late Earl "Speedoo" Carroll of the Cadillacs ("Speedoo") and the Coasters ("Little Egypt") is born in 1937
  • J.D. Souther ("You're Only Lonely" and member of the Eagles) is 72
  • Brian Poole, original lead singer of the Tremeloes is 76
  • Mr. Acker Bilk ("Stranger On The Shore") dies, 2014
  • Buddy Starcher ("History Repeats Itself") dies in 2001
  • David Crosby of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash is hospitalized in Los Angeles for liver failure (he eventually receives a transplant), 1994
  • Johny Mathis' Hollywood Hills mansion is destroyed by fire, 2015
  • Dion walks off the "Ready, Steady, Go" TV show in London, complaining that the go-go dancers are too distracting, 1963
  • George Harrison becomes the first Beatle to tour solo when he performs in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1974
  • Brenda Lee, Cilla Black, Cliff Richard and the Bachelors do a royal command performance for Britain's Queen Elizabeth in London, 1964
  • The Elvis Presley movie "Girls! Girls! Girls!" has its world premiere in Honolulu, where it was filmed, 1962
  • "David Cassidy: Man Undercover" debuts on NBC-TV (all told, ten episodes air), 1978
  • Paul Revere & the Raiders appear on ABC-TV's "Batman", 1966
  • The TV special, "Barbra Streisand And Other Musical Instruments" airs on CBS, 1973
  • The Rolling Stones' "Sympathy For The Devil" film debuts in San Francisco, 1969
  • The Who's "Quadrophenia" movie opens in 1979
  • The Beatles record "Hello, Goodbye", 1967

Mittwoch, 1. November 2017

  • The late Dan Peek of America ("A Horse With No Name") is born in 1950
  • The late Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer ("From The Beginning") is born in 1944
  • "Whispering" Bill Anderson ("Still") is 80
  • The late Barry Sadler ("Ballad Of The Green Berets") is born in 1940
  • Terry Knight ("I Who Have Nothing" and one-time manager of Grand Funk Railroad) is stabbed to death by his daughter's boyfriend, 2004
  • Nathaniel Mayer ("Village Of Love") dies from complications of a brain hemorrhage, 2008
  • Eddie Kendricks leaves an Atlanta hospital after cancer surgery that removes one lung, 1991
  • Tom Jones is given Britain's Music Industry Trusts' Award in London, 2010
  • Police stop a Rochester, New York Rolling Stones concert after seven minutes when 3,000 fans storm the stage (it gets stopped three more times and the Stones only end up performing six songs before it ends), 1965
  • The "Elvis On Tour" documentary film opens in 1972
  • The first Beatles solo album (George Harrison's "Wonderwall Music") is released, 1968 Lorne Greene records "Ringo", 1963
  • The Everly Brothers record "Temptation" in 1960
  • James Brown cuts "Please, Please, Please", 1955


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Allen, Rick (1963, Def Leppard)
Anderson, Bill (1937, Snger)
Bell, Ronald "The Captain" (1951, Kool & The Gang)
Burney, Mike (1944, Wizzard)
Furuholmen, Mags (1962, A-Ha)
Grech, Rick (1946, Blind Faith; Family; Traffic)
Morris, Chris (1954, Paper Lace)
Peek, Dan (1950, America)
Sadler, Staff Sergant Barry (1940, Gitarrist)
Terry, Phil (1943, Intruders)
Yeazel, Robert (1946, Sugarloaf)



Bender, Steve (1946, Dschinghis Khan)
Black, Jay (1938, Jay & The Americans)
Borg, Andy (1960, Snger)
Carroll, Earl (1937, Coasters)
Emerson, Keith (1944, Emerson, Lake & Palmer; Nice; Pianist; Organist; Synthesizer)
Hawkes, Len "Chip" (1946, Tremeloes)
Nightingale, Maxine (1952, Sngerin)
Pegg, Dave (1947, Fairport Convention; Jethro Tull)
Souther, John David (1945, Snger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Welch, Bruce (1941, Shadows)



Ant, Adam (1954, Adam & The Ants; Snger)
Barry, John (1933, Trompeter; Komponist)
De Generes, Tommy (1946, John Fred & His Playboy Band)
Jansch, Bert (1943, Pentangle; Gitarrist; Komponist)
Lulu (1948, Sngerin)
Marilyn (1962, Snger)
Poole, Brian (1941, Tremeloes)
Simper, Nick (1945, Deep Purple; Flowerpot Men)



Difford, Chris (1954, Squeeze)
Elston, Harry James (1938, Friends Of Distinction)
Frl. Menke (1960, Sngerin)
Hartman, Dan (1950, Snger; Multi-Instrumentalist; Songschreiber; Produzent)
Heichel, Wolfgang (1950, Dschinghis Khan)
Honeyman-Scott, James (1956, Pretenders)
Ixi (1962, Sngerin)
McClinton, Delbert (1940, Snger; Songschreiber; Gitarrist; Mundharmonikaspieler)
Roeder, Tommi (1950, Ihre Kinder)
Schwandt, Michael (1952, Karat)
Smith, Mike (1947, Amen Corner)
Valentine, Dickie (1929, Snger; Filmschauspieler)
Watson, Jeff (1956, Night Ranger)
Zavaroni, Lena (1963, Sngerin)



Adams, Bryan (1959, Snger; Gitarrist; Komponist)
Brood, Herman (1946, Cuby & Blizzards)
Cobb, Rick (1948, Bloodrock)
Dassin, Joe (1938, Snger)
Fisher, Rob (1959, Naked Eyes)
Garfunkel, Art (1941, Simon & Garfunkel; Snger)
Horton, Johnny (1960, Snger; Todestag)
McDougall, Don (1947, Guess Who)
Noone, Peter (1947, Herman's Hermits)
Nunn, Bobby (1986, Coasters; Todestag)
Parsons, Gram (1946, Byrds)
Provisor, Dennis (1950, Grass Roots)
Sadler, Staff Sergant Barry (1989, Gitarrist; Todestag)
Samllehi, Pablo Gomez (1943, Los Bravos)
Score, Mike (1957, A Flock Of Seagulls)
Turner, Ike (1931, Ike & Tina Turner)



Conniff, Ray (1916, Orchesterchef; Arrangeur; Posaunist)
Frey, Glenn (1948, Eagles; Snger; Gitarrist; Tastenspieler; Komponist)
Glen, Chris (1950, Alex Harvey Band)
Goodman, Dickie (1989, Buchanan & Goodman; Snger; Todestag)
Jackson, Stonewall (1932, Countrysnger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Kellerhoff, Uwe (1956, Geier Sturzflug)
Lusher, Don (1923, C.C.S.)
Miller, Frankie (1949, Snger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Murcia, Bill (1972, New York Dolls; Todestag)
Pike, Jim (1938, Four Preps; Lettermen)
Pitt, Eugene (1937, Jive Five)
Pope, Joseph (1933, Tams)
Proby, P.J. (1938, Snger)
Sahm, Doug (1941, Sir Douglas Quintet)
Whaley, Ken (1946, Man)
Wilson, John (1947, Them)
Young, George (1947, Easybeats; Flash & The Pan)
Zilinskas, Annette (1964, Bangles)



Alderton, Rob (1966, Sailor)
Buhlan, Bully (1982, Snger; Pianist; Komponist; Schauspieler; Todestag)
Clark, Dee (1938, Snger)
Cornelius, Carter (1991, Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose; Todestag)
Daniels, Jerry (1995, Ink Spots; Todestag)
Gilder, Nick (1951, Snger)
Henderson, Joe (1964, Snger; Todestag)
Hirt, Al (1922, Trompeter)
Mitchell, Joni (1943, Sngerin; Gitarristin; Songschreiberin)
Rivers, Johnny (1942, Snger; Gitarrist; Produzent; Songschreiber)
Travers, Mary (1937, Peter, Paul & Mary)
Valenti, Dino (1943, Quicksilver Messenger Service; Gitarrist; Komponist)



Alston, Gerald (1942, Manhattans)
Burnett, Larry (1951, Firefall)
Dodd, Ken (1927, Snger; Komiker)
Frew, Alan (1959, Glass Tiger)
Garrett, Leif (1961, Snger; Schauspieler)
Jones, Jack (1944, Creation)
Jones, Rickie Lee (1954, Sngerin; Gitarristin; Pianistin; Komponistin)
Miall, Terry Lee (1958, Adam & The Ants)
Murray, Don Ray (1945, Turtles)
Nix, Robert (1944, Atlanta Rhythm Section)
O'Farell, Bonny Lynn (1944, Delaney & Bonnie)
Page, Patti (1927, Sngerin)
Perez, John (1942, Sir Douglas Quintet)
Raitt, Bonnie (1949, Sngerin; Gitarristin; Songschreiberin)
Riperton, Minnie (1947, Sngerin)
Rdisser, Herwig (1956, Opus)
Slater, Rodney (1941, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band)
Thompson, Porl (1957, Cure)
Wood, Roy (1946, ELO; Move; Wizzard; Snger; Multiinstrumentalist; Songschreiber)



Bouchard, Joe (1948, Blue yster Cult)
Fogerty, Tom (1941, Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Gratzer, Alan (1948, REO Speedwagon)
Graziano, Lee Anthony (1943, American Breed)
Lind, Gitta (1974, Sngerin; Todestag)
Makeba, Miriam (2008, Sngerin; Todestag)
May, Phil (1944, Pretty Things)
McGough, Roger (1937, Scaffold)
Mullins, Michael J. (1956, Modern Romance)
Sarzo, Rudy (1952, Quiet Riot)
Scheldt, Klaus (1950, Relax)
Schwarz, Andreas (1959, UKW)
Stratton, Dennis (1954, Iron Maiden)



Buxton, Glen (1947, Alice Cooper)
Cipollina, Mario (1954, Huey Lewis & The News)
Cox, Tony (1945, Young Idea)
Dyson, Ronnie (1990, Snger; Todestag)
Fargo, Donna (1949, Sngerin)
Hammond, Ronnie (1950, Atlanta Rhythm Section)
Junior (1961, Snger)
Lake, Greg (1947, Asia; Emerson, Lake & Palmer; King Crimson; Snger)
Loggins, Dave (1947, Snger; Gitarrist)
Maudsley, Frank (1959, A Flock Of Seagulls)
May, Billy (1916, Orchesterleiter; Trompeter; Komponist)
Noonan, Mel (1943, New World)
Shelton, Anne (1924, Sngerin)
Tchaikovsky, Bram (1950, Motors)



Allison, Mose (1927, Snger; Pianist)
Baker, LaVern (1929, Sngerin)
Botfield, Bryan Charles (1943, Rockin' Berries)
Cowsill, Paul (1952, Cowsills)
Daugherty, Pat (1945, Black Oak Arkansas)
Dreja, Chris (1944, Yardbirds)
Jackson, Roger LaVerne (1938, Tornados)
Kissoon, Mac (1943, Mac & Katie Kissoon)
Madjid, Franklin (1948, Tee Set)
Marsh, Ian Craig (1956, Heaven 17; Human League)
Martell, Vinnie (1945, Vanilla Fudge)
Michaeli, Michael (1962, Europe)
Oakley, Berry (1972, Allman Brothers Band; Todestag)
Partridge, Andy (1953, XTC)
Peterik, Jim (1950, Ides Of March; Survivor; Keyboarder; Komponist)
Young, Jesse Colin (1944, Youngbloods)
Young, Victor (1956, Bandleader; Komponist; Todestag)



Brown, Errol (1948, Hot Chocolate)
Brck, Inge (1936, Sngerin; Schauspielerin)
Crewe, Bob (1931, Four Seasons)
Curtis, Ruby Nash (1939, Ruby & The Romantics)
Davis, Charlotte (1936, Tune Weavers)
Hayes, Jimmy (1943, Persuasions)
Hyland, Brian (1943, Snger)
Johnson, Donald (1948, A Taste Of Honey)
Jones, Booker T. (1944, Booker T. & The M.G.'s)
McKeown, Leslie (1955, Bay City Rollers)
Roeser, Ro (1947, Blue ster Cult)
Stafford, Jo (1920, Sngerin)
Tavares, Arthur "Pooch" (1946, Tavares)
Walker, John (1943, Walker Brothers)
Young, Neil (1945, Buffalo Springfield; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Snger)



Bond, Ronnie (1992, Troggs; Todestag)
Calvert, Jeffrey (1954, Typically Tropical)
Doggett, Bill (1996, Tastenspieler; Songschreiber; Todestag)
Gibson, Bill (1951, Huey Lewis & The News)
Haak, Nico (1990, Snger; Entertainer; Todestag)
Heichel, Henriette (1953, Dschinghis Khan)
Lund, John "Zeke" (1945, Smoke)
Parker, Wayne (1960, Glass Tiger)
Steen, Roger (1949, Tubes)
Thomas, Timmy (1944, Snger; Tastenspieler; Songschreiber)



Banali, Frankie (1953, Quiet Riot)
Carlos, Wendy (1939, electronics)
Desmond, Johnny (1920, Snger)
Garrity, Freddie (1936, Freddie & The Dreamers)
Gunther, Cornell (1936, Coasters)
Payne, Scherrie (1944, Supremes)
Young, James (1948, Styx)



Clark, Petula (1932, Sngerin)
Delgado, Roberto (1919, Komponist; Arrangeur; Bandleader)
Flemming, Joy (1944, Sngerin)
Fossen, Steve (1949, Heart)
Kemp, Rick (1941, Steeleye Span)
Leeway, Joe (1957, Thompson Twins)
Lyngstad, Annafrid (Frida)(1945, Abba; Sngerin)
Mantovani (1905, Orchesterchef; Geiger; Songschreiber)
McCall, C.W. (1928, Country-Snger)
McPhatter, Clyde (1932, Drifters; Snger)
O'Neal, Alexander (1953, Sger)
Thompson, Tony (1954, Chic; Power Station)
Winters, Lawrence (1915, Snger)



Bisland, Bruce (1958, Sweet)
Coltrane, Chi (1948, Sngerin; Pianistin; Komponistin)
Gabriel, Gilbert (1956, Dream Academy)
Kelly, Luke (1939, Dubliners)
Lopez, Lilian (1945, Odyssey)
Lovette, Winfried "Blue" (1943, Manhattans)
Mimms, Garnet (1933, Snger)
Raymond, Paul (1945, Chicken Shack)
Ryanes, John (1940, Monotones [US])
Santos, Pattie (1949, It's A Beautiful Day)
Valentino, Dino (1994, Quicksilver Messenger Service; Gitarrist; Komponist; Todestag)



Barre, Martin (1946, Jethro Tull)
Clark, Gene (1941, Byrds)
Clements, Rod (1947, Lindisfarne)
Cox, Peter (1955, Go West)
DeVoe, Ronnie (1967, New Edition)
Gaudio, Bob (1942, Four Seasons; Royal Teens; Komponist; Keyboarder)
Glascock, John (1979, Jethro Tull; Todestag)
Hewson, Richard A. (1943, Rah Band)
Lightfoot, Gordon (1938, Snger; Pianist; Komponist)
McGee, Jerry (1937, Ventures)
Ming, Leslie (1951, B.T. Express)
Sutherland, Iain (1948, Sutherland Brothres & Quiver)



Ballard, Hank (1936, Snger; Komponist)
Carabello, Michael (1947, Santana)
Clusky, Conleth (1941, Bachelors)
Duckworth, John (1946, Syndicate Of Sound)
Evans, Tom (1983, Badfinger; Todestag)
Heath, Ted (1969, Posaunist; Bandleader; Todestag)
Lear, Amanda (1946, Sngerin)
Legler, Betty (1961, Sngerin; Keyboarderin)
McFee, John (1953, Doobie Brothers)
Parker, Graham (1950, Snger; Gitarrist)
Parr, John (1954, Snger)
Rarebell, Herman (1949, Scorpions)
Roberts, Doug (1981, Fireballs; Todestag)
Weitz, Mark (1945, Strawberry Alarm Clock)
Wilde, Kim (1960, Sngerin)



Coe, Charlie (1944, Paul Revere & The Raiders)
Correro Jr., Joe (1946, Paul Revere & The Raiders)
Dummer, John (Darts)
Guest, Annette (1954, First Choice)
Hull, Alan (1995, Lindisfarne; Todestag)
Kallmann, Gnter (1927, Snger)
Lipsius, Fred (1943, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
McCulloch, Andrew Gordon (1945, Greenslade)
Medress, Hank (1938, Tokens)
Moore, Warren "Pete" (1939, Miracles)
Pickett, Phil (1946, Sailor)
Russell, Bobby (1992, Ronny & The Daytonas; Todestag)
Scheckel, Tom (1954, Buckinghams)



Allman, Duane (1946, Allman Brothers Band; Snger; Gitarrist)
Brown, Jim (1957, UB40)
Butala, Tony (1940, Lettermen)
de Cordova, Aubrey Lee (1941, String-A-Longs)
Graf, Elfie (1952, Sngerin)
Grantham, George (1947, Poco)
Green, Gary Williams (1950, Gentle Giant)
Greenbaum, Norman (1942, Snger; Gitarrist; Komponist)
Griggs, Paul (1948, Guys 'n' Dolls)
King, Paul (1960, King)
Stiles, Ray (1946, Hollies; Mud)
Volkmann, Michael (1959, Geier Sturzflug)
Walsh, Joe (1947, Eagles; James Gang)



Ashman, Matthew (1995, Bow Wow Wow; Todestag)
Dr. John (1940, Snger; Gitarrist; Schlagzeuger; Pianist)
Goulden, Tony (1944, Vanity Fare)
Jordan, Lonnie (1948, War)
Mouzon, Alphonze (1948, Weather Report; Drummer; Keyboarder; Komponist)
Shepard, Jean (1933, Sngerin; Bassistin)
Sherman, Allan (1973, Snger; Produzent; Songschreiber; Todestag)
Zehringer, Randy (1949, McCoys)



Barrett, Aston "Family Man" (1946, Bob Marley & The Wailers; Upsetters)
Caldwell, Steve (1942, Orlons)
Clay, Tom (1995, Snger; DJ; Todestag)
Duval, Frank (1940, Komponist; Snger)
Ertel, Janet (1988, Chordettes; Todestag)
Hutchence, Michael (1997, INXS; Todestag)
Larden, Dennis (1948, Every Mother's Son)
Sneed, Floyd (1943, Three Dog Night)
Weymouth, Tina (1950, Talking Heads; Tom Tom Club)



Bostock, Chris (1962, Jo Boxers)
Boyce, Tommy (1994, Snger; Komponist; Todestag)
Everett, Betty (1939, Sngerin; Pianistin)
Silvester, Eric (2008, Snger; Todestag)
Stevens, Sandra (1949, Brotherhood Of Man)
Turner, Joe (1985, Snger; Komponist; Todestag)
Walker, Jr. (1995, Jr. Walker & The All Stars; Todestag)



Best, Pete (1941, Beatles)
Burke, Clement (1955, Blondie; Romantics)
Connolly, Billy (1942, Snger)
Dunn, Donald "Duck" (1941, Booker T. & The M.G.'s; Mar-Keys)
Hayes, Chris (1957, Huey Lewis & The News)
Mercury, Freddy (1991, Queen; Snger; Pianist; Songschreiber; Todestag)
Michaels, Lee (1945, Snger; Tastenspieler; Songschreiber)
Williamson, Robin (1943, Incredible String Band)
Yester, Jim (1939, Association)



Bevan, Bev (1944, ELO; Move)
Carr, Eric (1991, Kiss; Todestag)
Coveyou, Gary (1958, Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods)
Fuentes, Val (1947, It's A Beautiful Day)
Grant, Amy (1960, Sngerin)
Lattisaw, Stacy (1966, Sngerin)
Lind, Bob (1942, Snger)
Rothery, Steve (1959, Marillion)
Sledge, Percy (1940, Soul-Snger)



Henderson, Alan (1944, Them)
Holliday, Michael (1928, Snger)
Humphrey, Phil (1937, Fendermen)
Lee, Martin (1949, Brotherhood Of Man)
McVie, John (1945, Fleetwood Mac)
Rossell, John (1948, Glitter Band)
Rostill, John (1973, Shadows; Todestag)
Ruiter, Bert (1946, Earth & Fire; Focus; Bassist)
Sundquist, Jim (1937, Fendermen)
Terrell, Jean (1944, Supremes)
Turner, Tina (1938, Ike & Tina Turner; USA For Africa; Sngerin)



Bernard, Barrie (1944, Jigsaw; Pinkerton's Assoerted Colours)
Brecker, Randy (1945, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Burchill, Charles (1959, Simple Minds)
Dozy (1944, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich)
Hendrix, Jimi (1942, Snger; [Bandleader])
Ingram, Ashley (1960, Imagination)
Jackson, Al (1935, Booker T. & The M.G.'s)
Kreuzmayr, Hans (1945, Waterloo & Robinson)
Rabbitt, Eddie (1941, Snger)
Winthrop, Dave (1948, Supertramp)



Birtles Beeb (1948, Little River Band)
Channel, Bruce (1940, Snger)
Curtis, Clem (1940, Foundations)
Edmonton, Jerry (1993, Steppenwolf; Todestag)
Engel, Tommy (1949, Blck Fss)
Greaves, R.B. (1944, Snger)
Guest, Lynton (1951, Love Affair)
Heslop, Desire (1962, Princess)
James, David (1954, Modern Romance)
Lippok, Hotte (1941, Rainbows)
McKenna, Hugh (1949, Alex Harvey Band)
Newman, Randy (1943, Snger; Songschreiber)
Perkins, Ray (1932, Crew-Cuts)
Troxel, Gary (1939, Fleetwoods)
van Day, David (1956, Bucks Fizz; Dollar; Guys 'n' Dolls)



Cavaliere, Felix (1944, Rascals)
Doherty, Dennis (1941, Mamas & Papas)
Goudreau, Barry (1951, Boston)
Harrison, George (2001, Beatles; Snger; Songschreiber; Todestag)
Hertrampf, Dieter "Quaster" (1948, Puhdys)
Mangione, Chuck (1940, Snger)
Meco (1939, Musiker; Produzent)
Ryan, Paul (1992, Snger; Todestag)



Barbieri, Richard (1957, Japan)
Glover, Roger (1945, Deep Purple; Rainbow)
Grill, Rob (1944, Grass Roots)
Idol, Billy (1955, Snger; Komponist)
Ifield, Frank (1937, Snger)
Ingram, Luther (1944, Snger; Komponist)
Kunze, Heinz Rudolf (1956, Snger; Komponist)
Lyons, Leo (1943, Ten Years After)
Mayall, John (1933, Snger; Gitarrist; Tastenspieler)
McArdle, George (1954, Little River Band)
McClymont, David (1958, Orange Juice)
Moore, Bob (1932, Bassist; Songschreiber)
Patterson, Jerry (1941, Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs)
Pointer, June (1954, Pointer Sisters)
Sherman, Allan (1924, Snger; Produzent; Songschreiber)
Stookey, Paul (1937, Peter, Paul & Mary)
Tim, Tiny (1997, Snger; Ukulelespieler; Todestag)
Wheeler, Paul (1965, Icehouse)

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