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22 MAY

2019.- ABC airs live remakes of All in the Family and The Jeffersons, two shows with iconic theme songs. Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei (as Archie and Edith Bunker) sing “Those Were The Days,” the All in the Family theme; Jennifer Hudson does “Movin’ On Up,” The Jeffersons theme.

2015.- Jana Kramer marries former NFL player Mike Caussin.
2011 Donald Trump names John Rich of Big & Rich winner of The Celebrity Apprentice, Season 11.
2011 Joseph Brooks, who wrote the title hit to the 1977 film You Light Up My Life, commits suicide at age 73 while awaiting a rape trial. He was accused of committing a series of rapes by luring aspiring actresses to his apartment under the guise of conducting movie auditions.
2010Alanis Morissette marries the rapper Souleye (Mario Treadway). They have their first child seven months later.
2009 Meg White marries guitarist Jackson Smith, son of Patti Smith and Fred “Sonic” Smith, in the backyard of her former husband (and White Stripes bandmate), Jack White, in Nashville. The ceremony is a double wedding, with the Raconteurs’ Jack Lawrence marrying his photographer girlfriend Jo McCaughey.
2007 Joey Fatone of ‘N Sync comes in second to Apolo Anton Ohno on Dancing With The Stars.
2006 Mary Wilson (of The Supremes) has heart bypass surgery.
2004 After a 12-week run at #1 on the Hot 100 for “Yeah!,” Usher replaces himself at the top spot with another four-letter song: “Burn.”
2000Aaron Tippin releases “Kiss This,” his third and final #1 hit on the country chart.
1996Mission: Impossible, starring Tom Cruise as superspy Ethan Hunt, debuts in theaters. A reboot of the classic ’60s TV series, it features a hit electronic reimagining of Lalo Schifrin’s iconic “Burning Fuse” theme from U2’s Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen.
1976 “Silly Love Songs” by Paul McCartney & Wings goes to #1 in America, where it stays for five weeks.
1972The Guess Who record their Live At The Paramount album in Seattle, Washington.
1968Cream’s Disraeli Gears is certified gold.
1967 Dan Roberts (bass guitarist for Crash Test Dummies) is born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

1967.- Florence Ballard makes her last appearance with The Supremes when the group performs on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
1966 R&B/pop singer Johnny Gill (of New Edition) is born in Washington, DC.
1966Bruce Springsteen releases his first recording, “That’s What You Get” by his group, The Castiles.
1965 “Ticket To Ride” becomes The Beatles’ eighth #1 US single.
1962Jesse Valenzuela (original vocalist, then guitarist for Gin Blossoms) is born.
1961 Ernie K-Doe’s “Mother-in-Law,” written by Allen Toussaint, hits #1 in America.
1959Morrissey (frontman of The Smiths) is born Steven Patrick Morrissey in Davyhulme, Lancashire, England.
1958Jerry Lee Lewis arrives in London for a tour. When a reporter for the Daily Mail notices a young girl in the entourage, he asks her who she is. “I’m Jerry Lee’s wife,” she replies, revealing their taboo union. Word spreads that Lewis has married his 13-year-old second cousin, Myra Gale Brown, tanking the tour and sending him back home to America a pariah.
1955 Jerry Dammers (keyboardist for The Specials) is born in Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu, South India.
1955 Police cancel a Fats Domino show at the Ritz ballroom in Bridgeport, Connecticut, fearing his music will lead to a riot.
1955 John Grimaldi (guitarist for Argent) is born in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England.
1930 Jazz bandleader/trumpeter Kenny Ball is born Ilford, Essex, England.
1813 Richard Wagner is born in Leipzig, Germany.

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