1974 Bob Dylan records "Meet Me In The Morning."
1972 Three Dog Night's "Black And White" hits #1, where it will stay for one week.
1968 Salsa artist Marc Anthony is born Marco Antonio Muñiz in New York City.
1968 The Beatles record "I Will."
1968 The composer Michael Carr, co-writer of "South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)," dies in London at age 67.
1965 The Dean Martin Show makes its debut, with Martin using his hit "Everybody Loves Somebody" as the theme song. The popular variety show runs until 1975 and introduces us to a group of backup dancers called The Golddiggers. Martin coins a new nickname for guest Frank Sinatra when he refers to his pal as "Chairman of the Board."
1965 The Beatles' "Eight Days a Week" is certified gold.
1963 Richard Marx is born in Chicago, Illinois.
1963 Currently the #1 song in England, The Beatles' "She Loves You" is released by the tiny Swan label in America, but the Stateside public has no idea who the group is, and the single fails to chart. When Capitol releases "I Want To Hold Your Hand," Beatlemania ensues and the song hits #1. A re-released "She Loves You" single follows it to the top.
1963 The Beach Boys release their third album, Surfer Girl. Five of the tracks have the word "surf" in the title.
1960 Johnny Burnette records "You're Sixteen."
2006 65-year-old Bob Dylan becomes the oldest person to top Billboard's Albums chart when Modern Times goes to #1.
1985 Kate Bush's album Hounds Of Love surpasses Madonna's Like A Virgin for the #1 spot on the UK chart. Featuring the hit single "Running Up That Hill," it's the second charttopper for the British singer-songwriter.More
1925 Bluesman B.B. King is born Riley B. King near Berclair, Mississippi.
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