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1954 Rosemary Clooney's "Hey There" hits #1 in America.

1945 Onnie McIntyre (guitarist for The Average White Band) is born in Lennoxtown, Scotland.

1943 Gary Jules Alexander (of The Association) is born in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

1936 Delta blues musician Roosevelt "Booba" Barnes is born in Longwood, Mississippi.

1934 Henry Busse records "Hot Lips."

1933 Erik Darling (of The Weavers, The Tarries, Rooftop Singers) is born in Baltimore, Maryland.

1932 Canadian pianist Glenn Gould is born in Toronto.

1683 Baroque composer Jean-Philippe Rameau is born in Dijon, France.

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Tour Sponsorship Introduced As Musk Company Presents Rolling Stones Tour

1981

The Rolling Stones start their US tour with a concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, where they play to a crowd of 90,000. The tour is sponsored by musk maker Jovan, establishing a new paradigm for corporate involvement.

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