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2018.- Pantera drummer and co-founder Vinnie Paul dies at 54.
2015.- On the reality dating show The Bachelorette, Jared and Kaitlyn visit Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin, where they are serenaded by Noel Hogan and Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries, who perform “Linger.” The couple dance and make out as O’Riordan sings: Were you lying all the time? Was it just a game to you?
2010.- Lynyrd Skynyrd releases Live from Freedom Hall, their eight live album. It features music performed June 15, 2007 at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Kentucky.
2009 Blues bassist Nick Holt (of The Teardrops) dies of brain cancer at age 69.
2008 For his 60th birthday, Todd Rundgren hosts Toddstock, a gathering of his fans at his home in Hawaii. Toddstock returns every five years, with more locations added.
2007Sarah McLachlan gives birth to her second child, daughter Taja Summer Sood.
2004Lynyrd Skynyrd releases Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyve: The Vicious Cycle Tour, their fifth live album. Featuring music from a July 11, 2003 performance at Antioch, Tennessee’s Amsouth Amphitheater, it celebrates the band’s thirty year anniversary.
1990 Doo-wop singer Corinthian “Kripp” Johnson (of The Dell-Vikings) dies of cancer at age 54.
1988 Robert Palmer releases “Simply Irresistible” in his native UK, where it peaks at #44. It fares much better in the US, where it lands at #2.
1986Tom Waits’ play titled Franks Wild Years debuts at the Briar St. Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Starring Waits as Frank, the play is performed by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and its soundtrack is later released as Waits’ ninth studio album (also titled Franks Wild Years).
1984 The Dolly Parton movie Rhinestone is released, featuring Parton as a country singer trying to mentor a New York cabbie played by Sylvester Stallone.
1979Neil Young releases his highly lauded live album, Rust Never Sleeps. It contains several new songs that go on to be Young favorites, including “Powderfinger,” “My My, Hey Hey,” and “Pocahontas.”
1977 Peter Laughner (guitarist for Pere Ubu) dies of acute pancreatitis at age 24 after years of drug and alcohol abuse.
1974Madonna, 15, goes to her first concert: David Bowie at Cobo Arena in Detroit. “I recognized myself in him somehow and he gave me license to dream a different future for myself,” she says.
1970The Who show in Atlanta is delayed after Pete Townshend, frustrated waiting to take off in Memphis, jokes about planting a bomb on the airplane, resulting in a search of the aircraft and a few hours of questioning.
1970.- Steven Page (former co-lead of Barenaked Ladies) is born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.
1969 After a long battle with drug and alcohol abuse, Judy Garland dies of an overdose at age 47.
1968 The Jeff Beck Group, with Rod Stewart as lead singer, plays America for the first time at a show in New York.
1968 Mason Williams releases “Classical Gas.”
1967 The Young Rascals records “How Can I Be Sure?”
1964 Mike Edwards (lead singer, keyboardist of Jesus Jones) is born in Wiltshire, England.
1963 The Surfaris release “Wipe Out.”
1961 Pop singer Jimmy Somerville (of Bronski Beat) is born in Glasgow, Scotland.
1961Elvis Presley’s Wild In The Country movie opens nationally.
1959 Alan Anton (bassist for Cowboy Junkies) is born in Montreal, Canada.
1957INXS bass player Garry Beers is born in Manly, New South Wales, Australia.
1956 Derek Forbes (former bass guitarist for Simple Minds) is born in Glasgow, Scotland.
1955 Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp premieres in theaters. The canine cartoon features music from Peggy Lee, including “He’s a Tramp,” “La La Lu,” and “The Siamese Cat Song.” Lee also voices Darling (Lady’s owner), Peg the dog, and the ornery Siamese cats.
1949 Alan Osmond (of The Osmonds) is born in Ogden, Utah.
1948Todd Rundgren is born outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In the ’70s, he becomes a top solo artist and one of the most celebrated producers in music, with Meat Loaf’s Bat Out Of Hell his biggest commercial success.
1947.- Howard Kaylan (lead singer of The Turtles, Flo & Eddie) is born Howard Kaplan in the Bronx, New York.
1944 Peter Asher (of Peter & Gordon) is born in London, England.
1942 Jazz pianist Deodato is born Eumir Deodato de Almeida in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1939 Bobby Harrison is born in West Ham, England. The Procol Harum drummer will leave the band, along with guitarist Ray Royer, to form Freedom.
1937 Island Records founder Chris Blackwell is born in Westminster, London, England. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame later declares him “the single person most responsible for turning the world on to reggae music.”
1936Kris Kristofferson is born in Brownsville, Texas.
1934 Leon Rosselson, satirical singer and children’s book author, is born in Harrow, Middlesex, England.
1913 Pop singer Dotty Todd is born Doris Dabb in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She and her husband will form the ’50s singing duo Art and Dotty Todd, known for the UK hits “Broken Wings” and “Chanson D’Amour.”
1830 Composer/pianist Theodor Leschetizky is born in Lancut, Poland.