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1954 The Drifters record "Bells Of Saint Mary's," "White Christmas," "Honey Love," and "What'cha Gonna Do."

1952 Jerry Shirley (drummer for Humble Pie) is born in Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, England.

1951 Phil Ehart (drummer for Kansas) is born in Coffeyville, Kansas.

1948 Vincent Furnier, who will become better known as Alice Cooper, is born in Detroit.

1944 Florence LaRue (of The 5th Dimension) is born in Plainfield, New Jersey, but grows up in Glenside, Pennsylvania.

1943 Frank Sinatra cameos in the movie Reveille with Beverly, singing "Night And Day."

1941 John Steel (original drummer for The Animals) is born in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England.

1939 Frank Sinatra marries Nancy Barbato at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Jersey City. They welcome three children - Nancy, Frank Jr., and Tina - before divorcing in 1951.

1937 Glen Gray and His Casa Loma Orchestra records "A Study in Brown."

1924 Louis Armstrong marries Lillian Hardin, a pianist with King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, of which he is also a member. Lil encourages her husband's rising career, but the marriage falls apart, ending in a 1938 divorce.

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Prince Dazzles In The Rain At Super Bowl

2007

Prince wows at the Super Bowl halftime show, closing with an otherworldly rendition of "Purple Rain" in the rain.

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