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2013 Deep Purple release Now What?!, their first album produced by Bob Ezrin.

2013 X marks the spot for the Ohio-born Twenty One Pilots, who pledge their devotion to their hometown fans by getting "X" tattoos midway through a performance at the Lifestyles Community Pavilion in Columbus. Frontman Tyler Joseph tells the crowd: "This X is dedicated to you guys. Columbus, Ohio is where we're from and it will always be where we are from. Whenever someone asks what that X means, I am going to say this is for all of you."

2011 Folk singer-songwriter Phoebe Snow dies at age 60 after being in a coma for three months due to a cerebral hemorrhage.

2006 Country singer Kellie Pickler gets voted off Season Five of American Idol.

2005 Amerie releases "Touch."

2005 Bruce Springsteen releases Devils & Dust.

2003 David Cassidy guests on the CBS show The Agency.

1999 English post-punk rocker Adrian Borland (The Sound, The Outsiders) commits suicide at age 41 by throwing himself under a train at London's Wimbledon Station.

1991 A tribute concert for Tim Buckley, who died in 1975 at 28, is held at St. Ann's Church in Brooklyn. It's the first time his son, Jeff Buckley, performs his father's music.

1984 Count Basie, famed jazz pianist and orchestra leader, dies of pancreatic cancer at age 79.

1982 Rod Stewart is mugged on Hollywood's Sunset Boulevard.

1978 Ringo Starr's TV special Ringo airs on NBC.

1976 Jose Pasillas (drummer for Incubus) is born in Calabasas, California.

1975 John Lennon's cover of "Stand By Me" reaches #20 in the US.

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Macaulay Culkin Plays Kurt Cobain On Cross

2017

Father John Misty releases his video for "Total Entertainment Forever," which stars Macaulay Culkin as a crucified Kurt Cobain.

Misty is dressed like a certain fast food clown in the video, whipping Culkin at the cross.

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