2003 Billy Joel crashes his Mercedes while driving in Long Island, New York. The singer later says that he was in a "mental fog" around this time, caused by relationship issues and a lingering depression after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
2000 D'Angelo releases his second album, Voodoo.
1999 The Rolling Stones begin their "No Security" Tour in Oakland, California.
1994 R. Kelly releases the single "Bump N' Grind."
1990 The Righteous Brothers' Bill Medley guest stars on NBC's Cheers in the two-part episode "Finally!"
1990 CBS' 48 Hours program profiles Paul McCartney.
1985 Prince releases "Take Me With U," the last single from Purple Rain.
1980 Alicia Keys is born Alicia Augello Cook in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, New York.
1978 Bob Dylan's Renaldo and Clara, a semi-documentary of his famous Rolling Thunder Revue tour, premieres in Los Angeles.
1976 New Orleans R&B singer Chris Kenner, struggling with alcoholism, dies of a heart attack at age 46.
1975 The Carpenters' "Please Mr. Postman" hits #1.
1980 Paul McCartney is released and deported from Japan after spending nine days in a Tokyo jail. He was arrested at the airport when customs officials found 219 grams of marijuana in his luggage.
1971 Grace Slick and Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane welcome a baby girl they name "God." Her name is later changed to "China," and as "China Kantner" she becomes a VJ on MTV.
1958 Elvis Presley gets his first UK #1 when "Jailhouse Rock" tops the chart.
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