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Cliff and The Shadows

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Original JukeBox Hitparaden und andere nostalgische Hitparaden. Jeden Samstag ab 10:00 Uhr und am 26. Mai 2018 die UK Charts  Anfang Juni 1961


Top 40 Hits of Early June 1961
^ 1 Elvis Presley Surrender
^ 2 Del Shannon Runaway
^ 3 The Shadows Frightened City
^ 4 Bobby Vee More Than I Can Say / Staying In
fall 5 Floyd Cramer On The Rebound
^ 6 Helen Shapiro Don't Treat Me Like A Child
fall 7 The Marcels Blue Moon
^ 8 Clarence 'Frogman' Henry But I Do
^ 9 Shirley Bassey You'll Never Know
^ 10 Jerry Lee Lewis What'd I Say
fall 11 The Temperance Seven You're Driving Me Crazy
^ 12 Lonnie Donegan Have A Drink On Me
^ 13 Neil Sedaka Little Devil
fall 14 Adam Faith Easy Going Me
fall 15 Elvis Presley Wooden Heart
fall 16 The Brook Brothers War Paint
fall 17 Cliff Richard Gee Whiz It's You
fall 18 Duane Eddy Theme From Dixie
^ 19 Billy Fury Halfway To Paradise
fall 20 Johnny Dankworth African Waltz
fall 21 Craig Douglas 100 Pounds Of Clay
^ 22 Linda Scott I've Told Every Little Star
fall 23 Johnny Burnette Little Boy Sad
fall 24 Ferrante & Teicher Theme From 'Exodus'
new 25 Roy Orbison Running Scared
new 26 Ricky Nelson Hello Mary Lou / Travelin' Man
^ 27 Matt Monro Why Not Now? / Can This Be Love?
fall 28 Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson How Wonderful To Know
^ 29 Ernie K-Doe Mother-In-Law
new 30 Benny Hill Transistor Radio
fall 31 Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen I Still Love You All
fall 32 Andy Stewart A Scottish Soldier
fall 33 Connie Francis Where The Boys Are / Baby Roo
new 34 Andy Stewart The Battle's O'er
fall 35 The Shadows FBI
^ 36 Allisons Words
new 37 Max Bygraves Bells Of Avignon
fall 38 Bobby Darin Lazy River
fall 39 Allisons Are You Sure
new 40 Eden Kane Well I Ask You

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Freitag, 25. Mai 2018

                     The late Mitch Margo of the Tokens ("The Lion Sleeps Tonight") is born in 1947

                     The late Donnie Elbert ("Where Did Our Love Go") is born in 1936

                     Jessi Colter ("I'm Not Lisa" and former wife of Duane Eddy and Waylon Jennings) is 75

                     Tom T. Hall ("I Love") is 82

                     The late Kitty Kallen ("My Coloring Book") is born in 1922

                     The late Norman Petty (produced Buddy Holly, Buddy Knox and the Fireballs, among others) is born in 1927

                     The late lyricist Hal David (wrote most of Dionne Warwick's hits with partner Burt Bacharach) is born in 1921

                     Desmond Dekker ("Israelites") dies of a heart attack, 2006

                     19 year-old Little Willie John marries his wife, Darlynn, in Detroit, 1957

                     Dave Davies of the Kinks falls and injures himself onstage in Cardiff, Wales, forcing cancellation of the group's tour, 1965

                     Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones undergoes successful surgery to remove a lesion on his lung, 2017

                     "Ramsey Lewis Week" is declared in Chicago, 1998

                     The Michigan state legislature passes a resolution honoring Tommy James for his "contributions in the music and recording world," 2010

                     Marty Robbins signs with Columbia Records, 1951

                     Carole King gives a free concert for 100,000 fans in New York's Central Park, 1973

                     Keith Moon performs for the last time with the Who at the Shepperton Film Studio in England for the movie, "The Kid's Are Alright", 1978

                     The James Darren movie, "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" premieres in Honolulu, 1961

                     Bobby Darin's film, "Cop Out" debuts in 1967

                     Ral Donner records "You Don't Know What You've Got" in 1961

Donnerstag, 24. Mai 2018

                     Bob Dylan ("Like A Rolling Stone") is 77

                     Patti LaBelle ("Lady Marmalade" with Labelle) is 74

                     Tommy Chong of Cheech & Chong ("Earache My Eye") is 78

                     Priscilla Beaulieu Presley (ex-wife of Elvis) is 73

                     Gene Clark of the Byrds ("Turn! Turn! Turn!") dies of a heart attack in 1991

                     Aretha Franklin receives one of nine honorary degrees handed out by Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, 2010

                     Jerry Lee Lewis begins a British tour and announces his marriage to second-cousin Myra to the press, 1958

                     The Monkees "reunion" tour (minus Mike Nesmith) begins at the Concord Hotel in the Catskills of New York, 1986

                     The Guess Who make their American TV debut on "American Bandstand", 1969

                     An 11-minute Paul McCartney/Ringo Starr film is screened at the Cannes Film Festival in France, 1982

Mittwoch, 23. Mai 2018

                     The late "General" Norman Johnson, lead singer of the Chairmen of the Board ("Give Me Just A Little More Time") is born in 1943

                     The late Rosemary Clooney ("This Ole House") is born in 1928

                     Misty Morgan ("Tennessee Bird Walk" with husband Jack Blanchard) is 73

                     Bobby Womack undergoes surgery in Hoston for removal of what proves to be a benign tumor from his colon, 2012

                     Elton John is hospitalized in Los Angeles with pneumonia, 2012

                     Shirley Bassey is rushed to the hospital for emergency stomach surgery in Monaco, 2008

                     Paul Simon is awarded an honorary doctorate from Brandeis University in Boston, 2010

                     "Aretha Franklin Appreciation Day" is held in the state of Michigan, 1985

                     Paul Revere & the Raiders sign with Columbia Records, 1963

                     Curtis Mayfield is inducted into the Hollywood Rock Walk, 2008

                     Paul Simon is given the first Gershwin Award by the U.S. Library of Congress honoring his contributions to popular song as an art form, 2007

                     "The Third Barry Manilow Special" airs on ABC-TV, 1979

                     The Who film "The Kids Are Alright" premieres in New York City, 1979

                     Elvis Presley's "Follow That Dream" movie opens nationally, 1962

Dienstag, 22. Mai 2018

                     The late Kenny Ball ("Midnight In Moscow") is born in 1930

                     Elton John's lyricist, Bernie Taupin is 68

                     Buddy Holly's niece, Cindy Lou is born (he originally names the song "Peggy Sue" after her before re-naming it for Crickets drummer Jerry Allison's girlfriend), 1957

                     Mary Wilson of the Supremes undergoes angioplasty surgery, 2006

                     Bob Dylan is bar mitzvahed, 1954

                     Carole King is awarded the Library of Congress' Gershwin prize for songwriting, 2013

                     Neil Diamond is honored with Billboard magazine's Icon Award at their annual ceremonies, 2011

                     Jackson Browne is given the Strings & Voices for Dialogue and Civil Rights Award by the city of Sarzana, Italy, 2010

                     Bridgeport, Connecticut police cancel a dance featuring Fats Domino, fearing a riot, 1955

                     Florence Ballard makes her last appearance with the Supremes, on NBC-TV's "Tonight Show", 1967

                     The first Bruce Springsteen recording, "That's What You Get" by his group, the Castiles, is released in 1966

                     The Guess Who record their "Live At The Paramount" album in Seattle, Washington, 1972

                     Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones record "Black Slacks", 1957

Montag, 21. Mai 2018

                     Marcie Blane ("Bobby's Girl") is 74

                     Ronald Isley of the Isley Brothers ("It's Your Thing") is 77

                     Leo Sayer ("You Make Me Feel Like Dancing") is 70

                     The late Tony Sheridan (sang with the Beatles on their early German records like "My Bonnie") is born, 1940

                     Louis Johnson of the Brothers Johnson ("I'll Be Good To You") dies, 2015

                     Beach Boy Dennis Wilson marries Karen Lamm, former wife of Chicago's Robert Lamm (they divorce the next year, remarry and file for divorce again the following year), 1976

                     Steven Tyler of Aerosmith checks into a Pasadena, California rehabilitation facility, 2008

                     Fontella Bass is inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame, 2000

                     Elton John becomes the first western act to tour the U.S.S.R., 1979

                     Ike Turner is refused entry into Japan because of a past drug conviction, 2003

                     Bette Midler is the only guest on Johnny Carson's last "Tonight Show" on NBC-TV, 1992

                     "Little" Stevie Wonder records "Fingertips" live at Chicago's Regal Theatre, 1962

                     Paul Anka records "Diana", 1957

                     The Drifters record "Under The Boardwalk" (Johnny Moore is forced to sing lead after Rudy Lewis' death the night before), 1964

                     Dee Dee Sharp records "Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes)", 1962

Sonntag, 20. Mai 2018

                     The late Joe Cocker ("You Are So Beautiful") is born in 1944

                     Jill Jackson (Paula of Paul & Paula- "Hey Paula") is 76

                     Susan Cowsill of the Cowsills ("Hair") is 59

                     The late Teddy Randazzo ("The Way Of A Clown" and writer of seven of Little Anthony's hits) is born in 1930

                     Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees ("How Can You Mend A Broken Heart") dies of kidney failure while fighting colon and liver cancer, 2012

                     Ray Manzarek, keyboardist with the Doors ("Light My Fire"), dies of bile duct cancer, 2013

                     Rudy Lewis of the Drifters ("Some Kind Of Wonderful") dies of a drug-related brain seizure, 1964

                     Paul McCartney is hospitalized for nearly a week in Tokyo with a "serious viral infection," forcing postponement of the Asian leg of his world tour, 2014

                     George Harrison visits the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for the first time, 1967

                     Peter Cetera of Chicago is beaten at a baseball game in Los Angeles, 1969

                     Jimmy Dean donates $1 million to Wayland Baptist University, west of Dallas, 2008

                     Anne Murray receive an honorary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2016

                     The city of Hawthorn, California dedicates a monument to Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys, who grew up there, 2006

                     The U.S. House of Representatives votes May 13, 2008 as "Frank Sinatra Day" (seven days too late), 2008

                     Billboard Magazine bestows its Icon Award on Stevie Wonder at its annual ceremonies in Los Angeles, 2012

                     Disk jockey Alan Freed is indicted for income tax evasion, stemming from the government's payola investigation, 1960

                     The state of South Carolina pardons James Brown for all past crimes committed in the state, 2003

                     Priscilla Presley holds a press conference to deny that Elvis is still alive, 1988

                     Frank Sinatra records "Witchcraft", 1957

Samstag, 19. Mai 2018

                     Pete Townshend of the Who ("I Can See For Miles") is 73

                     Freddie Garrity of Freddie & the Dreamers ("I'm Telling You Now") dies, 2006

                     Odia Coates (sang "You're Having My Baby" and other songs with Paul Anka) dies of cancer in 1991

                     Producer Frank Guida ("Quarter To Three", "If You Wanna Be Happy" and many others) dies, 2007

                     Richard Carpenter weds wife Mary in a ceremony in Downey, California, 1984

                     Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter become the parents of Wayne Albright Jennings, 1979

                     FBI agents visit Wand Records investigating the lyrics to "Louie Louie", 1965

                     Annette performs at Radio City Music Hall in New York, missing her high school graduation, 1960

                     Johnny Cash graduates from Dyess, Arkansas High School, 1950

                     Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Mick Jagger all perform at a reception for Eric Clapton and Pattie "Layla" Boyd (ex-wife of George Harrison), who were married two months previously, 1979

                     "Aretha Franklin Day" is declared in Chicago as the Queen of Soul performs there, 2011

                     Sonny & Cher receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (for Sonny, it's a posthumous honor), 1998

                     Chaka Khan is awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2011

                     Composers Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff receive a lifetime achievement award from publishing organization Broadcast Music International (BMI) in Beverly Hills, 2009

                     The Everly Brothers form their Calliope Records label (its first release is Don performing "Pomp And Circumstance" as "Adrian Kimberley"), 1961

                     The Drifters record "Save The Last Dance For Me", 1960

                     The "Motown Returns To The Apollo" TV special airs on NBC, 1985

                     Ritchie Valens records "Come On, Let's Go", 1958

                     Peggy Lee records "Fever", 1958


Freitag,18. Mai 2018

                     The late Perry Como ("Catch A Falling Star") is born in 1912

                     Albert Hammond ("It Never Rains In Southern California") is 76

                     The late "Big" Joe Turner (the original "Shake, Rattle And Roll") is born in 1911

                     The late Kai Winding ("More") is born in 1922

                     Jerry Vale ("You Don't Know Me") dies, 2014

                     Diana Ross leaves Motown Records and signs a $20 million contract with RCA (the most lucrative ever at the time), 1981

                     "John Fogerty Day" is declared in Los Angeles as the Creedence Clearwater Revival founder is honored with the Icon Award by publishing organization Broadcast Music International (BMI), 2010

                     Dion DiMucci is awarded an honorary doctorate degree from Fordham University in New York City; Graham Nash of the Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash is given an honorary degree by Lesley University in Boston and Dr. John gets his from Tulane University in New Orleans, 2013

                     Cilla Black is saluted for her Outstanding Contributions to Entertainment by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in London, 2014

                     Jackie DeShannon makes her network TV debut on CBS' "Jackie Gleason Show", 1963

                     The Barry Manilow "Ultimate Manilow" special airs on CBS-TV, 2002

                     A musical version of "The Hunchback Of Notre Dame", written by Dennis DeYoung of Styx, opens in Chicago, 2008

                     "The Buddy Holly Story" movie premieres in Dallas, Texas, 1978

                     "I Was Made To Love Her" by Stevie Wonder is released, 1967

                     The Animals record "House Of The Rising Sun", 1964

                     The Hollies record "Bus Stop", 1966

Donnerstag, 17. Mai 2018

                     Keith ("98.6") is 73

                     Donna Summer ("Hot Stuff") dies of lung cancer, 2012

                     Alan O'Day ("Undercover Angel") dies from brain cancer, 2013

                     Lawrence Welk ("Calcutta") dies of pneumonia in 1992

                     Little Johnny Taylor ("Part Time Love") dies from a heart attack in 2002

                     Bob Flick of the Brothers Four marries actress Loni Anderson, 2008

                     Mick Jagger puts his hand through a window at a Long Island, New York restaurant, requiring twenty stitches, 1975

                     "Jerry Lee Lewis Day" is held in his home town of Ferriday, Louisiana, 1958

                     Chuck Berry, Fats Domino and Little Richard appear together for the first time onstage, in Sheffield, England, 1995

                     The first Monterey Folk Festival features Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Peter, Paul & Mary, 1963

                     Songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller ("Hound Dog," "Kansas City," "Charlie Brown" and more) are honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award for Musical Collaboration by the National Association of Recording Merchandisers in Chicago, 2010

                     Barry Manilow appears on CBS-TV's "Murphy Brown", 1993

                     "The Carpenters: Space Encounters" special airs on ABC-TV, 1978

                     Andy Gibb and ABBA guest on Olivia Newton-John's ABC-TV special, "Olivia", 1978

                     ZZ Top make a cameo appearance on CBS-TV's "Two-And-A-Half Men," 2010

                     The Bob Dylan documentary film, "Don't Look Back" premieres in San Francisco, 1967

                     The Donna Summer/Village People movie, "Thank God It's Friday" debuts in Los Angeles, 1978

                     Jean Knight records "Mr. Big Stuff" and King Floyd cuts "Groove Me" at the same Jackson, Mississippi recording session, 1970

Mittwoch, 16. Mai 2018

                     Isaac "Red" Holt of Young-Holt Unlimited ("Soulful Strut") and the Ramsey Lewis Trio ("The In Crowd") is 86

                     The late Corinthian "Kripp" Johnson of the Dell-Vikings (sang lead on "Whispering Bells") is born in 1935

                     Marv Johnson ("I Love The Way You Love") dies after suffering a stroke, 1993

                     Sammy Davis, Jr. ("The Candy Man") dies of throat cancer in 1990

                     Ernie Freeman ("Raunchy" and the piano player on B. Bumble & the Stingers' "Bumble Boogie") dies of a heart attack in 1981

                     Jim Henson (the voice of the Muppets' Ernie on "Rubber Duckie" and Kermit on "Rainbow Connection") dies of pneumonia, 1990

                     Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones falls in his Connecticut home, breaking his ribs and forcing postponement of the Stones' upcoming tour, 1998

                     Randy Bachman leaves the Guess Who, 1970

                     The Who's Pete Townshend is arrested onstage after mistakenly kicking a cop he thought was a fan rushing the stage, 1969

                     "Ohio Players Day" is declared in their home town of Dayton, Ohio, 1976

                     "Jimmy Clanton Week" is declared in Philadelphia, 1960

                     Ray Charles is inducted into the Atlanta Celebrity Walk, 1991

                     John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival delivers the commencement address at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, 2014

                     The Hoboken, New Jersey post office is named after native son Frank Sinatra, 2003

                     Parma, Italy names streets after Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, 2007

                     Michael Jackson introduces the "moonwalk" at the taping of the Motown 25th Anniversary TV special, 1983

                     Diana Ross stars in the NBC-TV movie, "Double Platinum", 1999

                     Cher guests for the second time on NBC-TV's "Will & Grace", 2002

                     The Carpenters' "Music, Music, Music" special airs on ABC-TV, 1980

                     The Beach Boys release their "Pet Sounds" album, 1966

                     Tony Joe White records "Polk Salad Annie" in 1968

                     Frank Sinatra records "Summer Wind", 1966

Dienstag, 15. Mai 2018

                     Trini Lopez ("If I Had A Hammer") is 81

                     The late Eddy Arnold ("Make The World Go Away") is born in 1915

                     Mike Oldfield ("Tubular Bells") is 65

                     June Carter Cash (sang "Jackson" with husband Johnny Cash) dies of complications from heart surgery the previous week, 2003

                     Elvis Presley inhales the cap from one of his teeth while filming a movie scene and is taken to a Los Angeles hospital to have it removed from his lung, 1957

                     Ike Turner spends a day in a Los Angeles jail over a mistaken warrant, 2007

                     Paul McCartney first meets Linda Eastman at a Georgie Fame concert in London (they marry two years later), 1967

                     Darlene Love receives an honorary Doctorate in Music and gives the commencement address at Providence (Rhode Island) College, 2015

                     The Rolling Stones sign with Decca Records in London (who had turned down the Beatles the year before), 1963

                     Two short John Lennon films are shown at the Cannes Film Festival in France, 1971

                     Carole King is given the Icon Award for pioneering songwriters by the publishing organization BMI (Broadcast Music International), 2012

                     Bob Dylan is inducted (in absentia) into the American Academy of Arts and Letters- the first rock musician so honored, 2013

                     Brenda Lee guests on "Make Room For Daddy" on CBS-TV, 1961

                     Meat Loaf is "fired" by Donald Trump on NBC-TV's "Celebrity Apprentice", 2011

Montag, 14. Mai 2018

                     The late Bobby Darin ("Mack The Knife") is born in 1936

                     The late Troy Shondell ("This Time") is born in 1944

                     Charlie Gracie ("Butterfly") is 82

                     The late Jack Bruce of Cream ("Sunshine Of Your Love") is born in 1943

                     Frank Sinatra ("Strangers In The Night") dies of a heart attack in 1998

                     B.B. King ("The Thrill Is Gone") dies in 2015

                     Former Yardbirds guitarist Keith Relf is electrocuted by his guitar and dies, 1976

                     Dennis Yost and Wally Eaton of the Classics IV are seriously injured in a car crash near Atlanta (Wally never again tours with the group), 1969

                     Judith Durham of the Seekers suffers a brain hemorrhage while on tour in Melbourne, Australia, but recovers, 2013

                     Janis Ian undergoes shoulder repair surgery, 2012

                     Buddy Holly's optometrist gives him contact lenses for his 20/800 eyesight, but he can't get used to them, so the trademark glasses stay, 1956

                     Michael Jackson receives a humanitarian award from U.S. President Ronald Reagan at the White House, 1985

                     Bobby Darin is honored on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars on what would have been his 71st birthday, 2007

                     Gregg Allman receives an honorary Doctorate in Humanities from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, 2016

                     Paul McCartney and John Lennon appear on NBC-TV's "Tonight Show" (with guest-host Joe Garagiola), 1968

                     Cliff Richard's first movie, "Serious Charges" premieres in 1959

                     Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young release "Ohio", ten days after the shooting of four students at Kent State University that inspired it, 1970

                     Jan & Dean begin recording "Little Old Lady (From Pasadena)", 1964

                     The Rascals record "People Got To Be Free", 1968

Sonntag, 13. Mai 2018

                     Stevie Wonder ("Superstition") is 68

                     The late Mary Wells ("My Guy") is 75

                     The late Ritchie Valens ("Donna") is born in 1941

                     The late Nervous Norvus ("Transfusion"- his real name was Jimmy Drake) is born in 1912

                     Jimmy Dean ("Big Bad John") dies, 2010

                     Joan Weber ("Let Me Go, Lover") dies of heart failure in 1981

                     Donald "Duck" Dunn, bass player with Booker T. & the MGs ("Time Is Tight") dies while on tour in Japan, 2012

                     The Rev. Little Richard officiates as Bruce Springsteen marries actress Julianne Phillip (it lasts four years), 1985

                     Jerry Lee Lewis is granted a divorce from his second wife, six months after marrying the third (Myra), 1958

                     Bo Diddley is hospitalized in Omaha, Nebraska after suffering a stroke, 2007

                     Grace Slick of Jefferson Airplane is hurt as she slams her Mercedes into a wall in San Francisco, 1971

                     Aretha Franklin cancels two months worth of concerts so she can undergo an unspecified medical treatment, 2013

                     Tommy Chong of Cheech & Chong pleads guilty to selling drug paraphernalia over the Internet (he's later sentenced to nine months in prison), 2003

                     Patti LaBelle is granted an honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Temple University in her hometown of Philadelphia, 2010

                     Johnny Tillotson is the opening act and sees fans rip the shirt off Elvis Presley's back after their Jacksonville, Florida concert, 1955

                     A radio station in Jacksonville, Florida knocks out the city's phone service giving away tickets to Elvis Presley's concert, 1975

                     Flo and Eddie of the Turtles sue Capitol Records for allowing a hip hop artist to sample one of their songs without proper compensation, 2008

                     The Beatles' "Let It Be" film opens in New York City, 1970

                     The Conway Twitty movie, "Platinum High School" opens, 1960

                     Donny & Marie Osmond's "A Little Bit Of Country, A Little Bit Of Rock 'n' Roll" special on ABC-TV includes guests Chuck Berry and Chubby Checker, 1979

                     Elvis Presley's "Tickle Me" movie premieres in Hollywood (it opens nationally two weeks later), 1965

                     Badfinger begin recording "No Matter What", 1970

                     The Kinks record "Sunny Afternoon", 1966

Samstag, 12. Mai 2018

Steve Winwood ("Roll With It" and member of Traffic, Blind Faith and the Spencer Davis Group) is 70

                     Billy Swan ("I Can Help") is 76

                     James Purify of James & Bobby Purify ("I'm Your Puppet") is 74

                     Burt Bacharach (wrote "Close To You" and most of Dionne Warwick's hits) is 90

                     Perry Como ("Catch A Falling Star") dies in 2001

                     Julius LaRosa ("Eh Cumpari") dies, 2016

                     Mick Jagger marries his first wife, Bianca, 1971

                     Jerry Lee Lewis is granted a divorce from cousin Myra, 1971

                     Meat Loaf files for bankruptcy, 1983

                     Dionne Warwick is arrested at a Miami airport for marijuana possession (the charges are dropped after she completes a drug program and makes a contribution to charity), 2002

                     Archie Bell is drafted into the U.S. Army, 1967

                     Stevie Wonder receives an honorary degree from Tulane University in New Orleans (and sings an impromptu version of "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life" to the graduates), 2011

                     The Eagles receive honorary doctorates from Berlee College of Music in Boston, 2012

                     A British radio station debuts the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album in its entirety, 1967

                     The Frank Sinatra Timex TV special, "Welcome Home Elvis" (including the two singing a medley of "Love Me Tender" and "Witchcraft") airs on ABC, 1960

                     Peter Tork makes his first appearance on ABC-TV's "Boy Meets World", 1995

The movie, "Let's Rock", with Paul Anka, Danny & the

Freitag, 11. Mai 2018

                     Eric Burdon ("Spill The Wine" and leader of the Animals) is 77

                     Ernie Fields ("In The Mood") dies, 1997

                     Led Zeppelin meet Elvis Presley after the King's concert at the Los Angeles Forum (Robert Plant and Elvis launch into an impromptu rendition of "Love Me"), 1974

                     The Everly Brothers perform for the first time at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, 1957

                     Buddy Holly & the Crickets audition for "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" TV program, but are rejected, 1957

                     Carole King receives an honorary doctorate in music from Berklee College in Boston, 2013

                     Little Richard receives his honorary doctorate from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, 2013

                     Ritchie Valens receives a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1990

                     The Mamas & the Papas, Otis Redding and Al Kooper are all inducted into the Hollywood Rock Walk, 2007

                     Paul Petersen signs with Motown Records (but never has a U.S. hit with them), 1967

                     John Lennon appears on the "Dick Cavett" ABC-TV show and says the FBI has tapped his phone, 1972

                     The Byrds make their TV debut, singing "Mr. Tambourine Man" on NBC's "Hullabaloo", 1965

                     The ABC-TV "Stage 67" special, "Rodgers & Hart Today" stars Bobby Darin, the Supremes, Petula Clark and the Mamas & the Papas, 1967

                     Jackson Browne guests on Fox-TV's "The Simpsons", 2003

                     Annette makes the first of six guest appearances on CBS-TV's "Make Room For Daddy", 1959

                     The soundtrack for the movie, "Woodstock" is released in 1970

Donnerstag, 10. Mai 2018

Donovan ("Sunshine Superman") is 72

                     The late Danny Rapp of Danny & the Juniors ("At The Hop") is born in 1941

                     The late Larry Williams ("Short Fat Fannie") is born in 1935

                     Dave Mason ("We Just Disagree" and member of Traffic) is 72

                     Carl Douglas ("Kung Fu Righting") is 76

                     Jay Ferguson ("Thunder Island") is 71

                     The late Arthur Alexander ("You Better Move On") is born in 1940

                     Apple Records dissolves, 1975

                     Valerie Simpson of Ashford & Simpson and Jimmy Page of the Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin are among those receiving honorary degrees from Berklee College of Music in Boston, 2014

                     Stevie Wonder gives a free concert for 125,000 people at the Washington Monument in Washington, DC for "Human Kindness Day", 1975

                     The Turtles and the Temptations perform at the White House for President Richard Nixon's daughter, Tricia (Mark Volman of the Turtles falls off the stage five times), 1969

                     Lulu is the subject of the British TV version of "This Is Your Life", 1971

                     Dusty Springfield makes her U.S. television debut on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS, 1964

                     Alice Cooper hosts a TV horror show in Tucson, Arizona for two weekends, 2008

                     The first Rolling Stones recording session is held in London, 1963

                     The Rolling Stones record part of "Satisfaction" during two days at the legendary Chess Records studios in Chicago, 1965

                     Eric Clapton records "I Shot The Sheriff", 1974


Mittwoch, 9. Mai 2018

                     Billy Joel ("It's Still Rock And Roll To Me") is 69

                     Tommy Roe ("Dizzy") is 76

                     The late Dave Prater of Sam & Dave ("Soul Man") is born in 1937

                     Clint Holmes ("Playground In My Mind") is 74

                     Richie Furay of Buffalo Springfield ("For What It's Worth") and Poco ("You Better Think Twice") is 74

                     Sonny Curtis (one-time member of the Crickets and writer of "Walk Right Back") is 81

                     Michael Parks ("Long Lonesome Highway") dies, 2017

                     Lena Horne ("Love Me Or Leave Me") dies, 2010

                     16 year-old Karen Carpenter signs her first recording contract, with Magic Lamp Records, 1966

                     "Damita Jo Day" is held in her home town of Austin, Texas, 1967

                     Anne Murray receives an honorary degree from University of Prince Edward Island in Canada, 2009

                     Smokey Robinson and Linda Ronstadt receive honorary Doctor of Arts degrees from Berklee College of Music in Boston, 2009

                     Barry Manilow receives the Icon Award for songwriting from publishing organization Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) at their annual ceremonies in Beverly Hills, 2017

                     The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Marianne Faithfull and Donovan all watch Bob Dylan play Royal Albert Hall in London, 1965

                     Brian Wilson holds his first-ever solo concert, in St. Charles, Illinois, 1998

                     Rock critic John Landau writes, "I saw rock 'n' roll's future and its name is Bruce Springsteen" (Landau later produces and manages Bruce), 1974

Dienstag, 8. Mai 2018

                     The late Rick Nelson ("Poor Little Fool") is born in 1940

                     Toni Tennille of the Captain & Tennille ("Love Will Keep Us Together") is 78

                     The late John Fred ("Judy In Disguise") is born in 1941

                     Gary Glitter ("Rock & Roll Part II") is 74

                     Jack Blanchard ("Tennessee Bird Walk" with wife Misty Morgan) is 76

                     Dorsey Burnette's son, Billy (one-time member of Fleetwood Mac) is 65

                     Eddy Arnold ("Make The World Go Away") dies, 2008

                     Lenny Cocco, lead singer of the Chimes ("Once In Awhile") dies, 2015

                     Neil Bogart (head of Buddah and later, Casablanca Records, who also recorded "Bobby" as Neil Scott) dies of cancer, 1982

                     Donny Osmond gets married at the age of 21 (and he and Debra are still together), 1978

                     Quincy Jones receives an honorary Doctorate of Music from Indiana University in Bloomington 2010

                     Maurice White and Philip Bailey of Earth, Wind & Fire and Steve Winwood receive honorary doctorates from Berklee College of Music in Boston, 2008

                     Rick Nelson is inducted posthumously into the Hollywood Rock Walk, 1995

                     Billy Preston becomes the first rock star to headline at New York's Radio City Music Hall, 1972

                     Because of nerves, Carly Simon becomes the first artist to pre-tape an appearance on NBC-TV's "Saturday Night Live", 1976

                     Bob Dylan films one of the earliest music videos, the famous "flashcard" clip for "Subterranean Homesick Blues", 1965

                     The Beatles' "Let It Be" album is released in England, 1970

                     Major Lance records "Monkey Time", 1963

Montag, 07. Mai 2018

                     The late Johnny Maestro of the Crests ("Sixteen Candles") and the Brooklyn Bridge ("The Worst That Could Happen") is born in 1939

                     Thelma Houston ("Don't Leave Me This Way") is 72

                     The late Teresa Brewer ("Music, Music, Music") is born in 1931

                     The late Jimmy Ruffin ("What Becomes Of The Broken-Hearted") is born in 1936

                     Bill Danoff of the Starland Vocal Band ("Afternoon Delight") is 73

                     The late Jim Lowe ("Green Door") is born in 1927

                     John Maus "Walker" of the Walker Brothers ("The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore") dies of liver cancer, 2011

                     Eddie Rabbitt ("Suspicions") dies of lung cancer in 1998

                     Reginald Dwight decides to change his name to Elton John, 1968

                     Steve Perry leaves Journey, 1998

                     Wilson Pickett is arrested in Englewood, New Jersey after driving drunk and threatening his neighbor (the mayor), 1991

                     Dolly Parton receives an honorary doctorate from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, 2009

                     The Isley Brothers recive honorary doctorates from Berklee College of Music in Boston, 2016

                     Berklee College of Music in Boston awards honorary degrees to Michael McDonald and Mavis Staples of the Staple Singers, 2011

                     Giacomo, owned by A&M Records founder Jerry Moss, wins the Kentucky Derby at 50-to-1 odds, 2005

                     Davy Jones debuts as the Artful Dodger in the London production of "Oliver", 1962

                     Olivia Newton-John films a screen test for the movie, "Grease", 1977

                     The "Marvin Gaye: What's Going On" documentary debuts on PBS-TV, 2008

                     Tom Jones' "Special London Bridge (TV) Special" (from the relocated bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona) features the Carpenters, 1972

                     Carole King guests on the WB Network's TV show, "Gilmore Girls" (for which she also sings the opening song), 2002

                     Aretha Franklin records a live album in Paris, 1968

Freitag, 4. Mai 2018

  • Peggy Santiglia of the Angels ("My Boyfriend's Back") and Dusk ("I Hear Those Church Bells Ringing") is 74
  • The late Tyrone Davis ("Turn Back The Hands Of Time") is born in 1938
  • Dick Dale ("Let's Go Trippin'") is 81
  • Marie Osmond re-marries her first husband, Steve Craig, 26 years after they divorced, 2011
  • The Moody Blues form in 1964
  • Model Twiggy recommends Mary Hopkin to Paul McCartney (who eventually produces her first record), 1968
  • The first Grammy Awards are given out ("Volare" is Record of the Year), 1959
  • Rufus Thomas, "Tennessee" Ernie Ford and Rick Dees are among the inductees into the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame in Murfreesboro, 2013
  • Alan Freed's "Rock 'n' Roll Revue" TV show premieres on ABC with the Dell-Vikings, the Clovers, Guy Mitchell, Sal Mineo and "Screamin'" Jay Hawkins), 1957
  • Bobby Rydell takes "American Bandstand" viewers on a tour of his Philadelphia home, 1960
  • Helen Reddy guests on an episode of CBS-TV's "Diagnosis: Murder", 2000
  • Gene Vincent records "Be Bop-A-Lula", 1956
The Jarmels record "A Little

Donnerstag,03. Mai 2018

  • Frankie Valli ("My Eyes Adored You" and leader of the Four Seasons) is 84

  • The late James Brown ("I Got You") is born in 1933

  • Mary Hopkin ("Those Were The Days") is 68

  • Napoleon XIV ("They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!") is born Jerry Samuels in 1938

  • The late Pete Seeger ("Little Boxes" and member of the Weavers) is born in 1919

  • The late Dave Dudley ("Six Days On The Road") is born in 1928

  • Bobby Gregg ("the Jam") dies, 2014

  • Andy Williams marries his second wife, Debbie, 1991

  • The Walker Brothers disband in 1967

  • Canadian customs officials arrest Jimi Hendrix after finding heroin in his bag (he is acquitted in court), 1969

  • Beach Boy Carl Wilson goes to court on draft evasion charges (he is acquitted five years later), 1967

  • "Pete Seeger Day" is posthumously declared by the state of Minnesota on what would have been his 95th birthday, 2014

  • Paul Simon and Phoebe Snow perform a benefit concert for the New York Public Library, 1977

  • The Beach Boys open a tour with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 1968

  • Gerry & the Pacemakers make their U.S. television debut on CBS' "Ed Sullivan Show", 1964

  • Cathy Jean Giordano records her part of "Please Love Me Forever", 1960

  • The Hollies record "Carrie-Anne", 1967

Mittwoch, 2. Mai 2018

  • The late Lesley Gore ("It's My Party") is born in 1946

  • The late Link Wray ("Rumble") is born in 1929

  • Engelbert Humperdinck ("Release Me") is 82

  • Bobbi Martin ("For The Love Of Him") dies of cancer, 2000

  • Barry White suffers a stroke (he dies two months later), 2003

  • Stevie Wonder's nephew is arrested in Los Angeles for attempting to extort money from his uncle, 2012

  • Ben E. King leaves the Drifters and signs a solo contract with Atco Records, 1960

  • Dick Clark testifies before a Congressional committee investigating payola (and is essentially cleared), 1960

  • The Who debut the rock opera "Tommy" for the press at Ronnie's Jazz Club in London, 1969

  • "Ringo Starr: Off The Record" debuts on HBO, 2008

  • Production begins on Elvis Presley's first post-Army movie, "G.I. Blues", 1960

  • Elvis Presley's film career ends along with the filming on his last theatrical movie, "Change Of Habit", 1969

  • Kiss' Gene Simmons appears as himself on an episode of ABC-TV's "Castle", 2011

  • Ray Peterson records "Tell Laura I Love Her", 1960

  • The Beatles record "Something" (written by George Harrison about Pattie Boyd), 1969

  • Eric Clapton records "Wonderful Tonight" (written by Eric about Pattie Boyd), 1977

  • Chuck Berry records "Carol" (Chuck borrows the name from Clyde McPhatter's girlfriend's daughter), 1958

Dienstag, 1. Mai 2018

  • Judy Collins ("Both Sides Now") is 73
  • Ray Parker, Jr. ("Ghostbusters" and lead singer of Raydio) is 58
  • Rita Coolidge ("You're Love Has Lifted Me Higher And Higher") is 68
  • Sonny James ("Young Love") is 83
  • Johnny Paris of Johnny & the Hurricanes ("Red River Rock") dies of sepsis and pneumonia, 2006
  • The real "Tom Dooley" (actually Tom Dula) is hanged for the murder of his lover, 1868
  • Elvis Presley marries Priscilla Beaulieu in Las Vegas (it lasts five years), 1967
  • Rick Springfield is arrested in Los Angeles for DUI, 2011
  • The Kingston Trio form, 1957
  • "Marvin Gaye Day" is declared in his home town of Washington, DC, 1973
  • Paul McCartney and John Lennon watch Bill Haley play Royal Albert Hall in London, 1968
  • Elton John becomes the first rock star to perform in Israel, 1979
  • The Carpenters perform for U.S. President Richard Nixon and West German Chancellor Willy Brandt at the White House, 1973
  • Elvis Presley appears on the first issue of 16 magazine, 1957
  • The Kingston Trio appear on the CBS-TV "Playhouse 90" production of "Rumors of Evening", 1958
  • Bob Dylan guests on Johnny Cash's ABC-TV show, 1969
  • Little Willie John records "Fever", 1956


Geburtstage Mai / Birthdays May

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Collins, Judy (1939, Sngerin; Gitarristin; Pianistin; Komponistin)
Coolidge, Rita (1944, Sngerin)
Cordalis, Costa (1944, Snger; Gitarrist)
Driscoll, Rick (1957, Kenny)
Fortune, Nick (1946, Buckinghams)
Hodkinson (1949, Henry Cow)
James, Sonny (1929, Snger)
Jenkins, Gordon (1984, Pianist; Arrangeur; Todestag)
Parker Jr., Ray (1954, Snger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Smith, Phil (1959, Haircut 100)
Ward, Carlos (1947, B.T. Express)
Weiss, Jerry (1946, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Wise, James (1948, Archie Bell & The Drells)


Cain, Randy (1945, Delfonics)
Callis, Jo (1955, Human League)
Crosby, Bing (1901, Snger)
Gore, Lesley (1946, Sngerin)
Gramm, Lou (1950, Foreigner)
Henrit, Bob (1944, Argent; Kinks; Unit Four Plus Two)
Humperdinck, Engelbert (1936, Snger)
Hutton, June (1973, Sngerin; Todestag)
McJohn, Goldy (1945, Steppenwolf)
Niles, Prescott (1954, Knack)
Schneider, Uwe (1964, Teens)
Schnelldorfer, Manfred (1943, Eiskunstlufer; Snger)
Wassermann, Peter (1951, Matterhorn Project)
Wray, Link (1929, Snger; Gitarrist; Bassist; Komponist)


Allix, Dick (1945, Vanity Fare)
Ames, Joe (1924, Ames Brothers)
Ball, David (1959, Soft-Cell)
Brown, James (1928, Snger; Komponist)
Cross, Christopher (1951, Snger)
Dalida (1987, Sngerin; Todestag)
Hall, Bruce (1953, REO Speedwagon)
Harvey, Les (1972, Stone The Crows; Todestag)
Hooker, Jake (1952, Arrows)
Hopkin, Mary (1950, Sngerin)
Jones, Steve (1955, Sex Pistols)
Richardson, John (1947, Rubettes)
Seeger, Pete (1919, Weavers; Snger; Gitarrist; Banjospieler)
Staples, Pete (1944, Troggs)
Stokkermanns, Hans (1966, Shorts)
Valli, Frankie (1934, Four Seasons; Snger)


Ashford, Nickolas (1942, Ashford & Simpson)
Aston, Jay (1961, Bucks Fizz)
Bond, Ronnie (1943, Troggs)
Brock, Al (1950, Rattles)
Burns, Ritchie (1941, Hondells)
Butterfield, Paul (1987, Snger; Mundharmonikaspieler; Komponist; Todestag)
Cassidy, Ed (1923, Spirit)
Cleminson, Zal (1949, Alex Harvey Band; Nazareth)
Davis, Tyrone (1938, Snger)
Day, Bruce (1951, Pablo Cruise)
Jackson, Jackie (1951, Jacksons/Jackson 5)
Masters, Barrie (1956, Eddie & The Hot Rods)
Mendiola, Maria (1952, Baccara)
Santiglia, Peggy (1944, Angels)
Shearer, Brian (1951, Chicory Tip)


Amoo, Eddy (1950, Real Thing)
Cash, Steve (1946, Ozark Mountain Daredevils)
Daly, Gary (1962, China Crisis)
Gordon, Trevor (1948, Marbles)
Jacks, Zenda (1955, Silver Convention)
King, Jim (1942, Family)
MacNeal, Maggie (1950, Mouth & MacNeal)
McCulloch, Ian (1959, Echo & The Bunnymen)
McLusky, Sean (1961, Jo Boxers)
Mooney, Kevin (1962, Adam & The Ants)
Murphey, Michael (1938, Snger)
Rubin, Peter (1942, Snger)
Taylor, Johnnie (1938, Snger)
Ward, Bill (1948, Black Sabbath; Knack)
Wynette, Tammy (1942, Sngerin; Gitarristin; Pianistin)


Cotton, Billy (1899, Snger; Schlagzeuger)
Earl, Colin (1942, Mungo Jerry)
Johnstone, Davey (1951, Elton John und Studiomusiker)
MacGregor, Mary (1948, Sngerin)
Mathias, Claus (1955, Relax)
McIntosh, Robbie (1950, Average White Band)
Morell, Monica (1953, Sngerin)
Pfleger, Ewald (1955, Opus)
Seger, Bob (1945, Snger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Steinbackek, Larry (1960, Bronski Beat)
Sylvia (1936, Sngerin)
Valentine, Dickie (1971, Snger; Filmschauspieler; Todestag)
Winding, Kai (1983, Posaunist; Komponist; Todestag)


Allen, Charles (1990, Pacific Gas & Electric; Todestag)
Bender, Steve (2006, Dschinghis Khan; Todestag)
Brewer, Teresa (1931, Sngerin)
Campbell, Philip (1961, Motorhead)
Danoff, Bill (1946, Starland Vocal Band)
Dudley, Anne (1956, Art Of Noise)
Houston, Thelma (1946, Sngerin)
Keith (1949, Snger)
Lowe, Jim (1927, Snger; Songschreiber; Diskjockey)
Maestro, Johnny (1939, Brooklyn Bridge; Crests)
Monette, Ray (1946, Rare Earth)
Nolan, Jerry (1946, New York Dolls)
Poncioni, Kito (1958, Matt Bianco)
Prince, Prairie (1950, Journey; Tubes)
Rabbitt, Eddie (1998, Snger; Todestag)
Ruffin, Jimmy (1939, Snger)
van Eijck, Hans (1946, Tee Set)
West, Ricky (1943, Tremeloes)
Wingfield, Pete (1948, Snger; Tastenspieler; Songschreiber; Produzent)


Andrews, Laverne (1967, Andrews Sisters; Todestag)
Bailey, Philip (1951, Earth, Wind & Fire; Snger)
Bond, Graham (1974, Graham Bond Organisation; Multi-Instrumentalist; Komponist; Todestag)
Burnette, Billy (1953, Fleetwood Mac)
Frantz, Chris (1951, Talking Heads; Tom Tom Club)
Fred, John (1941, John Fred & His Playboy Band)
Glitter, Gary (1940, Snger)
Legend, Bill (1944, T. Rex)
Nelson, Ricky (1940, Snger; TV-Star; Schauspieler)
Rollo (1969, Journey)
Samwell-Smith, Paul (1943, Yardbirds)
Tennille, Toni (1943, Captain & Tennille)
Van Halen, Alex (1953, Van Halen)


Birrell, Pete (1941, Freddie & The Dreamers)
Chacksfield, Frank (1914, Pianist; Arrangeur)
Curtis, Sonny (1937, Crickets)
Danneman, Don (1944, Cyrkle)
Deutscher, Drafi (1946, Masquerade; Mixed Emotions; Snger)
Edwards, John "Rhino" (1953, Status Quo)
Edwards, Noki (1939, Ventures)
Furay, Richie (1944, Buffalo Springfield; Poco)
Gahan, Dave (1962, Depeche Mode)
Hawken, John (1940, Nashville Teens; Renaissance; Strawbs)
Holmes, Clint (1946, Snger)
Hudson, Richard (1948, Hudson-Ford; Strawbs)
Joel, Billy (1949, USA For Africa; Snger; Pianist; Komponist)
Katz, Steve (1945, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Knight, Curtis (1945, Snger; Gitarrist)
Millward, Mike (1942, Fourmost)
Milner, Bruce (1943, Every Mother's Son)
Petersson, Tom (1950, Cheap Trick)
Prater, David (1937, Sam & Dave)
Roe, Tommy (1942, Snger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)


Banks, Ron (1951, Dramatics)
Bono (1960, U2)
Donovan (1946, Snger; Gitarrist; Komponist)
Elmes, Vic (1947, Christie)
Fambrough, Henry (1938, Spinners)
Ferguson, Jay (1947, Jo Jo Gunne; Snger)
Gouldman, Graham (1945, 10cc)
Kaiser, Roland (1950, Snger)
Mason, Dave (1946, Fleetwood Mac; Traffic; Songschreiber; Gitarrist)
Moschella, James (1938, Elegants)
Rapp, Danny (1941, Danny & The Juniors)
Spooner, Chris (Mixtures)
Vicious, Sid (1957, Sex Pistols)
Weedon, Bert (1920, Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Williams, Larry (1935, Snger; Pianist; Songschreiber)


Boswell, Eve (1924, Sngerin)
Burdon, Eric (1941, Animals; War; Snger)
Chadwick, Les (1943, Gerry & The Pacemakers)
Fields, Ernie (1997, Posaunist; Pianist; Bandleader; Todestag)
Howard, Don (1935, Snger)
Jelczalik, J. J. (1955, Art Of Noise)
Marley, Bob (1981, Bob Marley & The Wailers; Todestag)
Percy, Mike (1961, Dead Or Alive)
Satin, Arnie (1943, Dovells)
Trucks, Butch (1947, Allman Brothers Band)


Bacharach, Burt (1928, Songschreiber; Pianist)
de Wolff, Rudy (1941, Blue Diamonds)
Doldinger, Klaus (1936, Passport; Musiker; Produzent; Songschreiber)
Dury, Ian (1942, Snger; Songschreiber)
Jenkins, Gordon (1910, Pianist; Arrangeur)
Kinsey, Donald (1953, Bob Marley & The Wailers)
MacVittie, Bob (1946, Sugarloaf)
Marcellino, John Fair (1950, Sha-Na-Na)
McLagan, Ian (1945, Faces; Small Faces)
Purify, James (1944, James Purify & Bobby)
Shanon (1957, Sngerin)
Singer, Eric (1958, Kiss)
Swan, Billy (1942, Snger; Songschreiber; Keyboarder; Gitarrist; Produzent)
Walker, David (1943, Gary Lewis & The Playboys)
Washington, Jayotis (1941, Persuasion)
Winwood, Steve (1948, Blind Faith; Spencer Davis Group; Traffic; Snger; Keyboarder; Komponist; Produzent)


Berghagen, Lars (1945, Snger)
Brown, Joe (1941, Snger; Musiker)
Dick, Magic (1945, J. Geils Band)
Drexel, Simone (1957, Sngerin)
Hargis, Marlon (1949, Exile)
Hellermann, Fred (1927, Weavers)
Kirwan, Danny (1950, Fleetwood Mac)
Klein, Danny (1946, J. Geils Band)
Logan, Johnny (1955, Snger)
Mae, Maggie (1960, Sngerin)
McAuliffe, Kim (1959, Motorhead & Girlschool)
Smith, Frank (1938, Monotones [US])
Thompson, Paul (1951, Roxy Music)
Valens, Ritchie (1941, Snger; Songschreiber)
Watts, Overend (1947, Mott The Hoople)
Weber, Joan (1981, Sngerin; Todestag)
Wells, Mary (1943, Sngerin; Songschreiberin)
Wills, Bob (1975, Violinist; Songschreiber; Todestag)
Wonder, Stevie (1950, USA For Africa; Snger; Schlagzeuger; Pianist)


Bruce, Jack (1943, Cream; Manfred Mann; Snger)
Byrne, David (1952, Talking Heads)
Ciner, Al (1947, American Breed; Daddy Dewdrop)
Cornish, Gene (1944, Rascals)
Darin, Bobby (1936, Snger; Komponist)
Forsyth, Drew (1956, Quiet Riot)
Gracie, Charlie (1936, Snger; Gitarrist)
Grant, Art (1950, Edgar Broughton Band)
Leckenby, Derek (1943, Herman's Hermits)
Relf, Keith (1976, Medicine Head; Renaissance; Yardbirds; Todestag)
Shondell, Troy (1944, Snger; Multi-Instrumentalist; Songschreiber)
Simon, Oliver (1957, Mixed Emotions)
Sinatra, Frank (1998, Snger; Schauspieler; Todestag)


Arnold, Eddy (1918, Snger)
Coombes, Rod (1946, Jeff Beck; Stealer's Wheel; Stawbs)
Davis Jr., Sammy (1990, Snger; Musiker; Filmschauspieler; Unterhalter; Todestag)
Eno, Brian (1948, Roxy Music; Snger)
Frederiksen, Dennis (1951, Toto)
Garner, Robert Anthony (1946, Creation)
Gill, Geoff (1949, Smoke)
Goble, Graham (1947, Little River Band)
Jones, Barbara Lee (1992, Chiffons; Todestag)
Jrgens, Andrea (1967, Sngerin)
Lopez, Trini (1937, Snger; Gitarrist)
Oldfield, Mike (1953, Snger; Multimusiker; Songschreiber)
Thain, Gary (1948, Uriah Heep)
Tich (1944, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich)
Welch, Lenny (1938, Snger)


Bartley, Jock (1959, Firefall)
Cobham, Billy (1944, Mahavishnu Orchestra; Schlagzeuger; Komponist)
Dio, Ronnie James (2010, Black Sabbath; Todestag)
Freeman, Ernie (1981, B. Bumble & The Stingers; Orchesterchef; Pianist; Komponist; Todestag)
Fripp, Robert (1946, King Crimson; Gitarrist; Keyboarder; Produzent; Komponist)
Gregory, Glenn (1958, Heaven 17)
Holt, Isaac Red (1932, Young-Holt Unlimited)
Jackson, Janet (1966, Sngerin)
Johnson, Marv (1993, Snger; Pianist; Todestag)
Jones, Barbara Lee (1943, Chiffons)
Liberace (1919, Snger; Pianist)
O'Connor, Hazel (1955, Tnzerin; Sngerin)
Preston, Shelly (1964, Bucks Fizz)
Richman, Jonathan (1951, Snger; Gitarrist)
Sarazeno, Joe (1937, T-Bones)
Sweet, Darrell (1947, Nazareth)
Tresvant, Ralph (1968, New Edition)
Wentz, Allen (1951, Wild Cherry)


Brink, Bernhard (1952, Snger)
Bruford, Bill (1948, Yes)
Di'Anno, Paul (1959, Iron Maiden)
Hale, Malcolm (1941, Spanky & Our Gang)
Jackson, Pervis (1938, Spinners)
Johnson, George (1953, Brothers Johnson)
Lindenberg, Udo (1946, Snger; Schlagzeuger; Gitarrist; Pianist; Saxophonist)
Saint Clair Fredericks, Henry (1942, Taj Mahal)
Summer, Donna (2012, Sngerin, Todestag)
Welk, Lawrence (1992, Bandleader; Todestag)
Winchester, Jesse (1944, Snger; Gitarrist; Pianist; Komponist)


Anderson, Leroy (1975, Snger; Komponist; Arrangeur; Todestag)
Barbella, Pietro (1949, I Santo California)
Bieler, Ernie (1925, Sngerin)
Bonsall, Joseph Sloan (1948, Oak Ridge Boys)
Cogan, Alma (1932, Sngerin)
Como, Perry (1912, Snger)
Cretu, Michael (1957, Moti Special)
Dillard, Rodney "Rod" (1942, Dillards)
Felton, John (1982, Diamonds; Todestag)
Hammond, Albert (1942, Family Dogg; Snger)
Heil, Reinhold (1954, Spliff)
Lauer, Sandra (1962, Arabesque)
Sandra (1962, Sngerin)
Tavares, Feliciano "Butch" (1948, Tavares)
Toyah (1958, Toyah)
Turner, Joe (1911, Snger; Komponist)
Wakemann, Rick (1949, Strawbs; Yes; Snger; Tastenspieler)
Wallace, Bill (1949, Guess Who)
Weyman, George (1949, Edison Lighthouse)
Winding, Kai (1922, Posaunist; Komponist)


Alexandra (1942, Sngerin)
Callenger, Romeo (1950, Showaddywaddy)
Hill, Dusty (1949, ZZ Top)
Hyman, Jerry (1947, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Jones, Grace (1952, Sngerin; Komponistin; Schauspielerin)
Lomas, Barbara Joyce (1952, B.T. Express)
Newbury, Mickey (1940, Snger; Komponist)
Rudd, Philip (1954, AC/DC)
Sheahan, John (1939, Dubliners)
Stempel (1950, Truck Stop)
Townshend, Pete (1945, Who; Snger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Ware, Martin (1956, Heaven 17; Human League)
Wegdwood, Mike (1950, Curved Air)


Ames, Vic (1926, Ames Brothers)
Bano, Al (1943, Al Bano & Romina Power)
Broughton, Steve (1950, Edgar Broughton Band; City Boy)
Cann, Warren (1952, Ultravox)
Caso, Massimo (1958, I Santo California)
Cher (1946, Sonny & Cher; Sngerin)
Cocker, Joe (1944, Snger)
Cowsill, Susan (1960, Cowsills)
Currie, Steve (1947, T. Rex)
Gibb, Robin (2012, Bee Gees, Snger, Todestag)
Henderson, Jimmy (1954, Black Oak Arkansas)
Heyward, Nick (1961, Haircut 100)
Leonard, Tony (1951, Glitter Band)
Long, Shorty (1940, Snger; Pianist; Songschreiber)
Nash, Brian "Nasher" (1963, Frankie Goes To Hollywood)
Paula (1942, Paul & Paula)
Thomas, Andrew (1952, Bad Boys Blue)
Wiedlin, Jane (1958, Go-Go's; Gitarristin; Songschreiberin; Schauspielerin)


Blane, Marcie (1944, Sngerin)
Crane, Vincent (1943, Atomic Rooster; Arthur Brown; Keyboarder; Komponist)
Isley, Ronald (1941, Isley Brothers)
Lever, Tim (1960, Dead Or Alive)
Lynch, Stan (1955, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
Monroe, Vaughn (1973, Snger; Trompeter; Bandleader; Todestag)
Sayer, Leo (1948, Snger; Songschreiber)
Sheridan, Tony (1940, Snger; Gitarrist; Songschreiber)
Valentine, Hilton (1943, Animals)


Aznavour, Charles (1924, Snger; Schauspieler)
Ball, Kenny (1930, Trompeter)
Christian, Dennie (1956, Snger)
Corley, Al (1955, Snger)
Dammers, Jerry (1954, Madness; Specials)
Davies, Iva (1955, Icehouse)
Gill, Johnny (1966, New Edition)
Simon, Calvin (1942, Funkadelic)


Baltimora (1957, Snger; Tnzer)
Bazar, Thereza (1955, Dollar; Guys 'n' Dolls)
Blum, Hans (alias Henry Valentino) (1928, Hansen Quartett; Snger)
Clooney, Rosemary (1928, Sngerin)
David, Anne-Marie (1952, Sngerin)
Fenn, Rick (1953, 10cc)
Fulwood, Ramon "Tiki" (1944, Funkadelic)
Howard, Eddy (1963, Snger; Todestag)
Hunt, Bill (1947, ELO; Wizzard)
Johnson, General Norman (1943, Chairmen Of The Board)
O'Connell, Helen (1920, Sngerin)
Wedlock, Fred (1942, Entertainer)


Bouchard, Albert (1947, Blue yster Cult)
Chong, Tommy (1938, Cheech & Chong)
Clark, Gene (1991, Byrds; Todestag)
Dekker, Desmond (2006, Snger; Todestag)
Dylan, Bob (1941, USA For Africa; Snger; Komponist)
James, Elmore (1963, Blues-Snger; Gitarrist; Komponist; Todestag)
LaBelle, Patti (1944, Sngerin)
Peacock, Dave (1945, Chas & Dave)
Quinn, Derek (1942, Freddie & The Dreamers)
Upton, Steve (1946, Wishbone Ash)
Varley, Paul (1952, Arrows)


Colter, Jessi (1947, Sngerin)
Davis, Miles (1926, Snger; Trompeter)
Davison, Brian "Blinky" (1942, Nice)
Elbert, Donnie (1936, Snger; Komponist)
Frederiksen, Fergie (1951, Toto)
Grimaldi, John (1955, Argent)
Kallen, Kitty (1922, Sngerin)
Margo, Mitchell (1947, Tokens)
Meine, Klaus (1948, Scorpions)
Millington, Jean (1950, Fanny)
Minott, Sugar (1956, Snger; Gitarrist)
Palmer, Poli (1943, Family)
Steinhardt, Robby (1950, Kansas)
Usher, Gary (1990, Hondells; Todestag)
Weller, Paul (1958, Jam; Style Council; Gitarrist; Bassist)
Williamson, Sonny Boy (1965, Snger; Mundharmonikaspieler; Todestag)


Allen, Verden (1944, Mott The Hoople)
Arcipowski, Ken (1945, Randy & The Rainbows)
Ennis, Ray (1942, Swinging Blue Jeans)
Flint, Berni (1952, Snger)
Gold, Marian (1958, Alphaville)
Helm, Levon (1940, Band)
Hussey, Wayne (1958, Dead Or Alive)
Lee, Peggy (1920, Sngerin; Schauspielerin)
Liebezeit, Jaki (1938, Can)
Nicks, Stevie (1948, Fleetwood Mac; Sngerin; Komponistin)
Peterson, Garry (1945, Guess Who)
Powell, Billy (1977, O'Jays; Todestag)
Ronson, Mick (1949, Mott The Hoople; Snger)
Sharp, Arthur "Art" (1941, Nashville Teens)


Black, Cilla (1943, Sngerin)
Cockburn, Bruce (1945, Snger; Gitarrist; Komponist)
Finn, Neil (1958, Splitz Enz)
Kristian, Marty (1947, New Seekers)
Lewis, Ramsey (1935, Keyboarder; Songschreiber)
Mitchell, James (1949, Detroit Emeralds)
Sioux, Siouxsie (1957, Siouxsie & The Banshees)


Creach, Papa John (1917, Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship; Snger; Violinist)
Dore, Valerie (1963, Sngerin)
Doze (1964, Rocksteady Crew)
Fogerty, John (1945, Creedence Clearwater Revival; Snger; Gitarrist)
Knight, Gladys (1944, Gladys Knight & The Pips)
Laidlaw, Ray (1948, Lindisfarne)
Mansfield, Tony (1943, Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas)
Strange, Steve (1959, Visage)
Walker, Aaron Thibeaux "T-Bone" (1910, Snger)


Blackmon, Larry (1956, Cameo)
Brooker, Gary (1945, Procol Harum)
Cipollina, John (1989, Quicksilver Messenger Service; Gitarrist; Todestag)
Crewdson, Roy (1941, Freddie & The Dreamers)
Gaynor, Mel (1959, Simple Minds)
Lee, Jackie (1936, Sngerin)
Palmer, David (1961, ABC)
Pocaro, Mike (1955, Toto)
Rock III, Sir Monti (1942, Disco Tex & The Sex-O-Lettes)
Rossi, Francis Michael (1949, Status Quo)
Schmidt, Irmin (1937, Can)


Backhaus, Klaus (1943, Flippers)
Beckett, Harry (1935, C.C.S.)
Bruysten, Henk (1946, Hank The Knife & The Jets)
Davidson, Lenny (1944, Dave Clark Five)
Duffy, Stephen "Tin Tin" (1960, Snger)
Headon, Topper (1955, Clash)
Ryanes, John (1972, Monotones [US], Todestag)


Bartos, Karl (1952, Kraftwerk)
Bonham, John (1947, Led Zeppelin)
Campbell, Junior (1947, Marmalade; Snger)
Edwards, Mick (ELO)
Hart, Corey (1962, Snger)
Meyers, Augie (1940, Sir Douglas Quintet)
Sterry, David (1954, Real Life; Gitarrist; Komponist
Yarrow, Peter (1938, Peter, Paul & Mary)

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