Un día como Hoy

27 MAY 2014.- At his trial for historic sexual offenses, Rolf Harris sings a few bars of his hit “Jake The Peg.” He’s also known for the 1969 chart-topper “Two Little Boys.”

26 MARCH 2019.- Ranking Roger (Roger Charlery), the toaster for General Public and The English Beat, dies at 56 after a battle with cancer.

25 MARCH 2018.- Founding member Steven Page, who left the Barenaked Ladies nine years earlier, performs with the band at the Juno Awards, where they are honored for their induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip, who died the previous year, earns Artist of the Year.

24 MARCH 2010.- Rock photographer Jim Marshall dies at age 74.

23 MARCH 2008.- The Jonas Brothers sing the national anthem at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House.

22 MARCH 2019.- Scott Walker dies at 76. In the UK, he became a pop star in the ’60s, but turned to more experimental music in ensuing years.

21 MAY 2010.- The Go-Go’s guitarist Jane Wiedlin falls off a 20-foot cliff while hiking near San Francisco, mangling her knees and forcing the band to cancel their upcoming reunion tour.

20 MARCH 2017.- Rihanna begins her stint as Marion Crane on Bates Motel, a role originated by Janet Leigh as the infamous shower-stabbing victim in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller Psycho.

19 MARCH 2016.- I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It by The 1975 goes to #1 in the US, becoming the album with the longest title to hit the top spot.

18 MARCH 2016.- Gwen Stefani, recently split from Gavin Rossdale and dating Blake Shelton, releases This Is What the Truth Feels Like, her first solo album since 2006. The album deals with her divorce and subsequent renaissance – or you could say, “Gwenaissance.

17 MARCH 2018.- At their St. Patrick’s Day concert in Brussels, The Script buy everyone in the audience of 8,000 a drink, setting a Guinness World Record for “world’s biggest round.”

16 MARCH 2019.- Surf rock pioneer Dick Dale dies at 81.

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