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Top 40 Hits of Late April 1969
  1 Beatles With Billy Preston Get Back
^ 2 Mary Hopkin Goodbye
fall 3 Desmond Dekker & The Aces The Israelites
^ 4 The Who Pinball Wizard
^ 5 Clodagh Rodgers Come Back And Shake Me
fall 6 Marvin Gaye I Heard It Through The Grapevine
fall 7 Dean Martin Gentle On My Mind
fall 8 Lulu Boom Bang-A-Bang
^ 9 Johnny Nash Cupid
^ 10 Bob & Earl Harlem Shuffle
^ 11 Noel Harrison The Windmills Of Your Mind
fall 12 The Foundations In The Bad Bad Old Days
^ 13 Junior Walker & The All Stars Road Runner
fall 14 The Beach Boys I Can Hear Music
^ 15 Fleetwood Mac Man Of The World
^ 16 Stevie Wonder I Don't Know Why (I Love You)
^ 17 Frank Sinatra My Way
fall 18 Joe South Games People Play
new 19 Herman's Hermits My Sentimental Friend
fall 20 The Tremeloes Hello World
^ 21 Sarah Vaughan & Billy Eckstine Passing Strangers^
fall 22 The Hollies Sorry Suzanne
^ 23 Cream Badge
new 24 The Isley Brothers Behind A Painted Smile
^ 25 The Equals Michael And The Slipper Tree
fall 26 Sandie Shaw Monsieur Dupont
fall 27 Cliff Richard Good Times (Better Times)
^ 28 Jefferson Colour Of My Love
fall 29 The Temptations Get Ready
new 30 Diana Ross & The Supremes I'm Living In Shame
new 31 Tommy Roe Dizzy
fall 32 Peter Sarstedt Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)
fall 33 The Marbles The Walls Fell Down
new 34 The Kinks Plastic Man
fall 35 Elvis Presley If I Can Dream
new 36 The Fifth Dimension Aquarius / Let The Sunshine In
new 37 Rolf Harris Bluer Than Blue
fall 38 The Bee Gees First Of May
fall 39 Cilla Black Surround Yourself With Sorrow
new 40 Jimi Hendrix Crosstown Traffic

 

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Mittwoch, 29. Mrz 2017

  • Terry Jacks ("Seasons In The Sun") is 71
  • Patty Duke ("Don't Just Stand There") dies of sepsis from a ruptured intestine, 2016
  • "Brenda Lee Day" is declared in the state of Georgia by its governor, 1961
  • The Beatles hold down the top five position on Billboard's Hot 100 chart (with seven more records in the bottom 70), 1964
  • Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show get their wish and appear on the cover of Rolling Stone, 1973
  • Carly Simon wins the Best Original Song Academy Award for "Let The River Run" from the movie, "Working Girl", 1989
  • The Bee Gees are sued by a Chicago man for plagiarism over the tune "How Deep Is Your Love" (they win on appeal), 1980
  • Rush is inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, 2010
  • Elton John, David Crosby and Paul Simon are among those who perform at a tribute to the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson in New York City, 2001
  • The Standells perform (uncredited) on an episode of ABC-TV's "Ben Casey", 1965
  • Gene Chandler receives a gold record for "Duke Of Earl", 1962
  • Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello appear on an episode of ABC-TV's "Full House", 1991

Dienstag, 28. Mrz 2017

  • Rusty Draper ("The Shifting, Whispering Sands") dies of pneumonia in 2003
  • Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup (writer of Elvis Presley's "That's All Right Mama") dies from a stroke, 1974
  • Norman Greenbaum is critically injured in a car accident in Santa Rosa, California, but survives, 2015
  • David Crosby of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash is arrested for possession of drugs and a gun in San Diego (he had a seizure from toxic saturation while driving 65 MPH on a freeway there), 1982
  • Ral Donner first sees Elvis Presley onstage (and the King first wears his gold lame suit), at Chicago's International Amphitheatre, 1957
  • Van Morrison records "Brown Eyed Girl", 1967
  • Eddie Cochran cuts "Summertime Blues" in 1958
  • Gary Lewis records "Green Grass", 1966
  • Elvis Presley tapes "Burning Love" in 1972
  • Brenda Lee records "I'm Sorry", 1960

Montag, 27. Mrz 2017

  • The late Sarah Vaughan ("Broken-Hearted Melody") is born in 1924
  • Eric Clapton marries George Harrison's ex-wife, Pattie "Layla" Boyd (yes, he wrote the song for her) in Tucson, Arizona (it lasts nine years), 1979
  • Jeff Beck joins the Yardbirds as a replacement for Eric Clapton, 1965
  • Grand Funk fire their manager, Terry Knight, 1972
  • John Lennon's boyhood home in Liverpool is opened to the public, 2003
  • Diana Ross (in "Lady Sings The Blues") loses the Best Actress Academy Award to Liza Minnelli (in "Cabaret"), 1973
  • "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" from the movie "The Man Who Knew Too Much" wins the Academy Award for Best Original Song, 1957
  • Roy Orbison guest stars as himself on an episode of CBS-TV's "The Dukes Of Hazard", 1981
  • Sonny Bono guests on CBS-TV's "Murder, She Wrote", 1988
  • Dionne Warwick is "fired" by Donald Trump on his "Celebrity Apprentice" TV program on NBC, 2011
  • The Young Rascals record "Groovin'" in 1967

Sonntag, 26. Mrz 2017

  • Diana Ross ("Upside Down") is 73
  • Johnny Crawford ("Cindy's Birthday") is 71
  • Steven Tyler of Aerosmith ("Dream On") is 69
  • Vicki Lawrence ("The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia") is 68
  • The late Teddy Pendergrass of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes ("If You Don't Know Me By Now") is born in 1950
  • The late Rufus Thomas ("Walking The Dog") is born in 1917
  • Fred Parris of the Five Satins ("In The Still Of The Night") is 81
  • Alan Arkin of the Tarriers ("Banana Boat Song" and later an Academy Award-winning actor) is 83
  • The late Rod Lauren ("If I Had A Girl") is born in 1940
  • Jan Berry of Jan & Dean ("Surf City") dies in 2004
  • Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary is arrested in Washington, DC for taking "immoral liberties" with a 14 year-old girl (he pleads guilty and spends three months in jail, though he is later pardoned by President Jimmy Carter), 1970
  • "Johnny Maestro Way" is dedicated in Staten Island, New York in honor of the late Crests and Brooklyn Bridge singer, 2011
  • The photograph for the "butcher" cover for the Beatles' American "Yesterday And Today" album is taken, 1966
  • Barbra Streisand opens on Broadway in "Funny Girl", 1964
  • Former Beatles drummer Pete Best appears on CBS-TV's "I've Got A Secret", 1964
  • The movie version of "Tommy" premieres in London, 1975
  • Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello's "Muscle Beach Party" movie opens, 1964
  • Pat Boone guests on CBS-TV's "The Beverly Hillbillies", 1969
  • Ricky Nelson records his first tunes- "I'm Walkin'" and "A Teenager's Romance", 1957
  • Chuck Berry records "No Particular Place To Go", 1964
  • Dee Clark records "Hey Little Girl", 1958

Samstag, 25. Mrz 2017

  • Elton John ("Crocodile Rock") is 70
  • Aretha Franklin ("Respect") is 75
  • The late Johnny Burnette ("You're Sixteen") is born in 1934
  • Bonnie Guitar ("Dark Moon") is 94
  • Anita Bryant ("Paper Roses") is 77
  • The late songwriter Hoyt Axton ("Joy To The World", "No No Song", "Greenback Dollar" and others) is born in 1938
  • Buck Owens ("I've Got A Tiger By The Tail") dies of an apparent heart attack, 2006
  • Eddie Lawrence ("The Old Philosopher") dies, 2014
  • Jackson Browne's wife, Phyllis commits suicide, 1976
  • Dion DiMucci marries his wife, Sue (and they're still together), 1963
  • Roy Orbison marries his second wife, Barbara, in Nashville, 1969
  • Bee Gee Robin Gibb undergoes emergency intestinal surgery in a London hospital, 2012
  • Percy Sledge, Mac Davis, the Atlanta Rhythm Section and Eddie Levert of the O'Jays are among the inductees into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in Montgomery, 2010
  • Elvis Presley appears in concert for the last time in eight years (a benefit for the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii), 1961
  • Faces make their North American debut, in Toronto, 1970
  • Bob Dylan wins the Best Original Song Academy Award for "Things Have Changed" from the movie "Wonder Boys", 2001
  • Michael Jackson escorts Madonna to the Academy Awards, 1991
  • "Come Fly Away," a stage musical using the songs of Frank Sinatra, opens on Broadway (it runs for 187 performances over the next six months), 2010
  • Dick Clark fills-in for Casey Kasem on "American Top 40", 1972
  • Roy Orbison records "Only The Lonely", 1960
  • Ray Charles records "Georgia On My Mind", 1958

Freitag, 24. Mrz 2017

  • The late Billy Stewart ("Summertime") is born in 1937
  • Nick Lowe ("Cruel To Be Kind") is 68
  • The late Dave Appell of the Applejacks ("Mexican Hat Rock") is born in 1922
  • The late Don Covay of Don Covay & the Goodtimers ("I Was Checkin' Out She Was Checkin' In") dies, 2015
  • Johnny Maestro of the Crests ("16 Candles") and the Brooklyn Bridge ("The Worst That Could Happen") dies of cancer, 2010
  • Harold Melvin ("If You Don't Know Me By Now") dies after suffering a stroke, 1997
  • Henson Cargill ("Skip A Rope") dies following complications from surgery, 2007
  • Nick Noble ("The Bible Tells Me So") dies, 2012
  • Bill Wyman, bass player with the Rolling Stones, is knocked unconscious by an electrical shock onstage in Denmark, 1965
  • Private Elvis Presley (serial number US53310761) is inducted into the U.S. Army, 1958
  • Future Rolling Stones Mick Jagger and Keith Richards make their professional stage debut with a group called Little Boy Blue & the Blue Boys at a club in Ealing, England, 1962
  • Lou Reed is bitten in the derriere by a "fan" at a Buffalo, New York concert, 1973
  • "Duane Allman Boulevard" is dedicated in Macon, Georgia, near where he died in a motorcycle crash, 2001
  • Perry Como appears on the cover of Newsweek magazine, 1958
  • The musical "Bright Star", written by Steve Martin and Paul Simon's wife, Edie Brickell, opens on Broadway (running for 109 performances), 2016
  • The pilot for Michael Parks' TV show, "Then Came Bronson", airs on NBC, 1969
  • The Everly Brothers record "So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)", 1960

Donnerstag, 23. Mrz 2017

  • Chaka Khan ("I'm Every Woman" and lead singer of Rufus) is 64
  • Billy Joel marries model Christie Brinkley (it lasts ten years), 1985
  • Carole King gives birth to daughter Louise, 1960
  • Eleven teens are arrested at the "Rock & Roll Stage Show" featuring Frankie Lymon in Hartford, Connecticut, 1956
  • Anita Bryant and the Lettermen appear before 30,000 people at a "Rally For Decency" in Miami, after Jim Morrison's indecent exposure onstage there, 1969
  • Richard Finch, one-time bass player with KC & the Sunshine Band, is arrested in Newark, Ohio and charged with 16 counts of sexual misconduct with teen-aged boys (he pleads no contest and is sentenced to seven years in prison), 2010
  • Deep Purple meet with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at his home before their Moscow concert, 2011
  • John Lennon's book, "In His Own Write" is published, 1964
  • "Two Gentlemen Of Chicago", a stage musical with tunes from the group Chicago, debuts in a theatre in Burbank, California, 2012
  • The movie "Blackboard Jungle" (which launched the featured song, "Rock Around The Clock" by Bill Haley) is released in 1955
  • Bobby Darin's "That's All" album (which includes "Mack The Knife" and "Beyond The Sea") is released, 1959
  • Elvis Presley records "Can't Help Falling In Love", 1961
  • Ray Peterson records "The Wonder Of You", 1959
  • Johnny Cash records "Ring Of Fire" in 1963

Mittwoch, 22. Mrz 2017

  • Jeremy Clyde of Chad & Jeremy ("A Summer Song") is 73
  • George Benson ("On Broadway") is 74
  • Roger Whittaker ("The Last Farewell") is 81
  • Johnny Ferguson ("Angela Jones") is 80
  • Mark Dinning ("Teen Angel") dies of a heart attack in 1986
  • Dave Guard of the Kingston Trio ("Tom Dooley") dies of lymphoma, 1991
  • Chaka Khan gives birth to her son, Damien, 1979
  • Carl Perkins is injured in a Dover, Delaware car accident on his way to perform on NBC-TV's "Perry Como Show" in New York, 1956
  • Marianne Faithfull is given the Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters honor by the French government during her concert in Paris, 2011
  • John Lennon and Yoko Ono begin their "bed-in for peace" in Amsterdam, 1969
  • Sammy Davis, Jr. opens on Broadway in "Mister Wonderful", 1956
  • Barbra Streisand opens on Broadway in "I Can Get It For You Wholesale", 1962
  • The John Denver TV special, "Thank God, I'm A Country Boy" airs on ABC, 1977
  • The British Broadcasting Corporation airs the Beatles parody, "The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash", 1978
  • Elvis Presley's "Easy Come, Easy Go" movie opens in 1967
  • Bob Dylan's first electric album, "Bring It All Back Home" is released, 1965
  • The Ventures record "Walk- Don't Run", 1960
  • Dee Clark records "Raindrops", 1961

Dienstag, 21. Mrz 2017

  • The late Solomon Burke ("Got To Get You Off My Mind") is born in 1940
  • Eddie Money ("Baby Hold On") is 68
  • The late Billy Joe Hunter of Billy Joe & the Checkmates (actually record label owner Lew Bidell- "Percolator") is born in 1919
  • The late Johann Sebastian Bach (wrote "Whiter Shade Of Pale" by Procol Harum, "A Lover's Concerto" by the Toys and Apollo 100's "Joy") is born in 1685
  • Dean Martin's son, Dean Paul Martin (Dino of Dino, Desi & Billy- "I'm A Fool") dies in a plane crash while serving in the Air National Guard, 1987
  • Jorgen Ingmann ("Apache") dies, 2015
  • Johnny Bristol ("Hang On In There, Baby") dies in 2004
  • Carole King's third husband dies of an overdose of several drugs, 1978
  • Bruce Springsteen wins the Best Original Song Academy Award for "Streets Of Philadelphia" from the movie, "Philadelphia", 1994
  • Dick Clark retires as host of "American Bandstand" (replaced by the immortal David Hirsch), 1989 Dionne Warwick files for bankruptcy, 2013
  • The Beatles make their first appearance at Liverpool's Cavern Club, 1961
  • Dean Martin leaves his handprints at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, 1964
  • Tony Orlando gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1990
  • Motown's "Funk Brothers" backup musicians receive their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2013
  • Gene Vincent opens for Carl Perkins at a Norfolk, Virginia concert in 1956
  • Legendary DJ Alan Freed hosts his first "Moondog Coronation Ball" in Cleveland, Ohio, 1952

Montag, 20. Mrz 2017

  • The late Jerry Reed ("Amos Moses") is born in 1937
  • Robin Luke ("Susie Darlin'") is 75
  • Carl Palmer of Emerson, Lake & Palmer ("From The Beginning") is 67
  • Joe Rivers of Johnnie & Joe ("Over The Mountain, Across The Sea") is 80
  • Eric Clapton's four year-old son falls to his death from the window of a 53rd-story New York City apartment, 1991
  • John Lennon marries Yoko Ono in Gibraltar, 1969
  • David Bowie marries his wife, Angela (subject of the Rolling Stones' song, "Angie", four years later), 1970
  • Quincy Jones is given an honorary Doctorate of Music from the University of Washington, 2008
  • Eric Clapton, Neil Young and Poco members Richie Furay and Jim Messina are all arrested in Los Angeles on drug charges (Eric is freed, the others fined), 1968
  • Smokey Robinson & the Miracles receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2009
  • A parade is held in London before Martha Reeves headlines the first Motown tour of England (also featuring Stevie Wonder, the Supremes and the Temptations), 1965
  • Michael Jackson signs a $60 million contract with Sony Records (the largest-ever), 1991
  • Bobby Rydell makes his teen-aged television debut, interviewed by Dick Clark on ABC-TV's "American Bandstand", 1959
  • Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart appear on an episode of ABC-TV's "The Flying Nun", 1970
  • Ricky Nelson records "Hello Mary Lou" (his father, Ozzie plays tenor guitar on the record while celebrating his 55th birthday), 1961
  • Elvis Presley's first post-Army recording session yields "Stuck On You" (for which there were already 1 1/2 million advance orders), 1960
  • George Hamilton IV records "Abilene", 1963

Sonntag, 19. Mrz 2017

  • Chuck Berry dies  on 18th February at the age of 90years
  • Clarence "Frogman" Henry ("But I Do") is 80
  • Ruth Pointer of the Pointer Sisters ("Fire") is 71
  • Luther Ingram ("If Loving You Is Wrong") dies of heart failure, 2007
  • Jefferson Airplane becomes Jefferson Starship, 1974
  • Elvis Presley buys Graceland mansion for $102,500 ($37,000 of which is mortgaged), 1957
  • Aretha Franklin is admitted to a Detroit hospital after an allergic reaction to antibiotics (she stays there five days), 2004
  • "The Runaways", the film bio of the all-girl group, opens, 2010
  • A musical based on the life of Cliff Richard opens in London, 2003
  • More than 300 radio stations nationwide air a commercial-free Palm Sunday show of gospel tunes by Elvis Presley, 1967
  • Bobby Sherman guests on ABC-TV's "Partridge Family", which leads to his starring in his own series ("Getting Together"), 1971
  • Lesley Gore guests on the last "Donna Reed Show" on ABC-TV, 1966

Samstag, 18. Mrz 2017

  • The late Wilson Pickett ("In The Midnight Hour") is born in 1941
  • The late Travis Pritchett of Travis & Bob ("Tell Him No") is born, 1939
  • John Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas ("California Dreamin'") dies of heart failure in 2001
  • Fess Parker ("The Ballad Of Davy Crockett") dies, 2010
  • The Doobie Brothers, Dionne Warwick and Petula Clark are among the entertainers at Liza Minnelli's fourth wedding reception (the marriage lasts five years), 2002
  • Teddy Pendergrass of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes is paralyzed in a car accident in Philadelphia, 1982
  • Terry Jacks suffers his first stroke, 2016
  • Joe Perry of Aerosmith undergoes knee surgery, 2008
  • Donna Summer is awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1992
  • Kenner, Louisiana names a street "Lloyd Price Avenue" in honor of their native son, 1994
  • The 5th Dimension are inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame, 2010
  • The Standells appear on an episode of NBC-TV's "The Munsters", 1965
  • The film "Rio Bravo" (with Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Walter Brennan and John Wayne) opens in 1960
  • Lee Lewis becomes the first artist to sing three songs on an episode of ABC-TV's "American Bandstand" (and he sings, not lip-synchs them), 1958
  • The Everly Brothers record "Cathy's Clown", 1960

Freitag, 17. Mrz 2017

  • John Sebastian ("Welcome Back" and lead singer of the Lovin' Spoonful) is 73
  • The late Nat "King" Cole ("Ramblin' Rose") is born in 1919
  • Jim Weatherly ("The Need To Be" and writer of "Midnight Train To Georgia") is 74
  • Adam Wade ("Take Good Care Of Her") is 82
  • Vince Martin ("Cindy, Oh Cindy") is 80
  • The late Zola Taylor of the Platters ("The Great Pretender"- claimed after his death that Frankie Lyman had married her) is born in 1938
  • Pattie "Layla" Boyd (former Mrs. George Harrison and Mrs. Eric Clapton- the woman George wrote "Something" and Eric wrote "Layla" and "Wonderful Tonight" about) is 72
  • Alex Chilton, lead singer of the Box Tops ("The Letter"), dies of a heart attack, 2010
  • Terry Stafford ("Suspicion") dies of liver failure in 1996
  • Ferlin Husky ("Gone") dies of congestive heart failure, 2011
  • Samuel George, Jr., lead singer of the Capitols ("Cool Jerk") is stabbed to death during a family argument in Detroit, 1982
  • A London judge awards Paul McCartney's wife, Heather Mills, $48.6 million in their divorce settlement, 2008
  • Mick Jagger's girlfriend- fashion designer L'Wren Scott- commits suicide at her Manhattan apartment, 2014
  • Cher appears on the cover of Time magazine, 1975
  • The Bee Gees make their U.S. television debut, on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS, 1968
  • Carl Perkins makes his first TV appearance, on the "Ozark Jamboree", 1956
  • Henny Youngman is the guest host as Elvis Presley makes the fifth of his six appearances on Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey's "Stage Show" on CBS, 1956
  • The movie "American Hot Wax" (about influential disk jockey Alan Freed) premieres in 1978
  • The Coasters record "Yakety Yak", 1958
  • Bobby Vee cuts "Come Back When You Grow Up", 1967
  • Sarah Vaughan records "Whatever Lola Wants" in 1955

Donnerstag, 16. Mrz 2017

  • Nancy Wilson of Heart ("Magic Man") is 63
  • Betty Johnson ("I Dreamed") is 85
  • Tammi Terrell ("Your Precious Love" with Marvin Gaye) dies of brain cancer in 1970
  • Johnny Cymbal (he sang "Mr. Bass Man" and was known as Derek when he later recorded "Cinnamon") dies of a heart attack, 1993
  • Arthur Lee Andrew Thompson, lead singer of Lee Andrews & the Hearts ("Long Lonely Nights") dies, 2016
  • Tupper Saucy (recorded as the Neon Philharmonic- "Morning Girl") dies of a heart attack, 2007
  • Don Robertson ("The Happy Whistler") dies, 2015
  • James Taylor appears on an episode of ABC-TV's "Mr. Sunshine", 2011
  • CBS-TV airs the "Wings Over America" special, 1979

Mittwoch, 15. Mrz 2017

  • Sly Stone of Sly & the Family Stone ("Everyday People") is 73
  • Mike Love Of the Beach Boys ("Good Vibrations") is 76
  • Tommy McLain ("Sweet Dreams") is 77
  • The late Les Cooper ("Wiggle Wobble") is born in 1931
  • Marshall Lieb of the Teddy Bears ("To Know Him Is To Love Him") dies of a heart attack, 2002
  • Cathy Smith is arrested for second-degree murder for providing the drugs that killed John Belushi (she pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter and drug charges, spends 15 months in prison and is deported to Canada), 1983
  • Bonnie Bramlett punches out Elvis Costello after he denigrates Ray Charles during a Stephen Stills concert in Columbus, Ohio, 1979
  • Colonel Tom Parker officially becomes Elvis Presley's manager, 1956
  • The Brooklyn Bridge is formed through the merger of the Del-Satins with the Rhythm Method, 1968
  • A Los Angeles disk jockey plays Donny Osmond's "Puppy Love" for 90-straight minutes (police eventually raid the station, fearing foul play), 1972
  • Freddy Cannon appears on an episode of ABC-TV's "No Time For Sergeants", 1965
  • Bob Cowsill of the Cowsills guests on ABC-TV's "The Dating Game", 1969
  • A musical entitled "I Am Who I Am (The Teddy Pendergrass Story)" opens in Chicago, 2008
  • The Emerson, Lake & Palmer film, "Pictures At An Exhibition" premieres in Los Angeles, 1974
  • The Tower Records label releases Freddie & the Dreamers' "I'm Telling You Now" in the U.S., 1965
  • The album "Bobby Darin Sings Ray Charles" is released, 1962
  • The Chords record "Sh-Boom", 1954
  • Fats Domino records "Ain't It a Shame", 1955
  • Sandy Posey records "Born A Woman", 1966

Dienstag, 14. Mrz 2017

  • Phil Phillips ("Sea Of Love") is 86
  • Michael Murphey ("Wildfire") is 72
  • Rick Dees ("Disco Duck") is 67
  • Producer Quincy Jones (produced records by Michael Jackson and Lesley Gore, as well as "We Are The World") is 84
  • Mary Ann Ganser of the Shangri-Las ("Leader Of The Pack") dies of a barbiturate overdose, 1970
  • Ronnie Hammond, lead singer of Atlanta Rhythm Section ("So In To You") dies from a heart attack, 2011
  • Songwriter Doc Pomus ("Save The Last Dance For Me", "Suspicion", "Hushabye" and many others) dies of lung cancer in 1991
  • Chris Montez marries a Los Angeles disk jockey, 1998
  • Eric Clapton is hospitalized in St. Paul, Minnesota with severe stomach ulcers, 1981
  • James Taylor breaks his leg and injures his shoulder while skiing in Utah, 2011
  • Peter MacBeth, one-time bass player with the Foundations, is sentenced in London to six years in prison for sexually assaulting a pre-teen girl, 2008
  • Gerry Marsden of Gerry & the Pacemakers is fined 60 pounds for evading British customs with a German-bought guitar, 1963
  • Quincy Jones celebrates his 47th birthday by getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1980
  • Stevie Wonder holds a press conference to announce that he'll move to Ghana within the next two years (it never happens), 1974
  • Mick Jagger sees Buddy Holly & the Crickets perform at the Granada Theatre in Woolwich, England, 1958
  • Fabian is voted Most Promising New Talent by the viewers of ABC-TV's "American Bandstand", 1959
  • Elvis Presley is interviewed by Jimmy Dean on Jimmy's Washington, DC television show, 1955
  • Petula Clark makes her American TV debut on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS, 1965
  • The movie, "Rock Around The Clock" (with Bill Haley, the Platters and Freddie Bell & the Bellboys) premieres in Washington, DC, 1956
  • The first official gold record is awarded, to Perry Como for "Catch A Falling Star", 1958

Montag, 13. Mrz 2017

  • Neil Sedaka ("Breaking Up Is Hard To Do") is 78
  • Songwriter Mike Stoller (wrote "Hound Dog", "Kansas City" and most of the Coasters songs with partner Jerry Leiber) is 83
  • Joni Mitchell meets the daughter she gave up for adoption 32 years earlier, 1997
  • Eric Clapton leaves the Yardbirds, 1965
  • An emergency plane landing in a South Bend, Indiana field nearly kills the Kingston Trio, 1959
  • Bob Seger receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1988
  • Olivia Newton-John receives the Officer of the Order of the British Empire medal (OBE) from England's Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace, 1979
  • The U.S. Postal Service issues a commemorative postage stamp honoring Jimi Hendrix, 2014
  • Elvis Presley's "Charro!" movie opens in 1969
  • James Darren guests on ABC-TV's "Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea", 1962
  • Cheech & Chong are guest voices on Fox-TV's "The Simpsons", 2011
  • Ricky Nelson records "Travelin' Man", 1961

Sonntag, 12. Mrz 2017

  • James Taylor ("Fire And Rain") is 69
  • The late Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane ("Somebody To Love") is born in 1942
  • Paul McCartney marries Linda Eastman, 1969
  • The late Leonard Chess of Chess Records is born in 1917
  • George Harrison is arrested for possession of marijuana at his London home, 1969
  • John Lennon and Harry Nilsson are thrown out of the Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles for heckling the Smothers Brothers, who are performing there, 1974
  • James Darren is a guest voice (as "Jimmy Darrock") on the fifth season finale of "The Flintstones" on ABC-TV, 1965
  • Lynn Anderson guest stars on an episode of ABC-TV's "Starsky & Hutch", 1977
  • Buddy Holly & the Crickets record "Maybe Baby", 1957

Samstag, 11. Mrz 2017

  • Cheryl Lynn ("Got To Be Real") is 60
  • The late Little Johnny Taylor ("Part Time Love") is born in 1943
  • The late Lawrence Welk ("Calcutta") is born in 1903
  • The late Art Todd ("Chanson D'Amour" with wife Dotty) is born in 1914
  • Katie Kissoon of Mac & Katie Kissoon ("Chirpy, Chirpy Cheep Cheep") is 66
  • Sir Paul McCartney is knighted by Britain's Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace, 1997
  • Joan Baez receives the Order of Letters and Arts from the government of Spain, 2010
  • Jimy Sohns of the Shadows of Knight is arrested for distributing cocaine, 1982
  • Blood, Sweat & Tears are nominated for a then-record eleven Grammy Awards (but only win three), 1970
  • The remaining Beatles turn down a $225 million offer to do a "reunion" tour, 1996
  • The Supremes receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1994
  • Connie Francis sues her record label for over $10 million for unpaid royalties and "inappropriate" licensing of her recordings (the suit is dismissed the following year), 2002
  • Manfred Mann hold their first concert (as the Mann-Hugg Blues Brothers) at the Marquee Theatre in London, 1963
  • Duane Eddy records "Because They're Young", 1960

Freitag, 10. Mrz 2017

  • Dean Torrence of Jan & Dean ("Surf City") is 77
  • Beverly Bremers ("Don't Say You Don't Remember") is 67
  • Andy Gibb ("Shadow Dancing") dies from a viral infection of his heart, 1988
  • LaVern Baker ("I Cried A Tear") dies from heart failure in 1997
  • Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake & Palmer ("Lucky Man") fatally shoots himself, 2016
  • Gogi Grant ("The Wayward Wind") dies, 2016
  • "Ventures Day" is declared by the state of Washington as the group is inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, 2008
  • A fire does considerable damage to the Encino, California home of Annette Funicello (she is taken to the hospital but released), 2011
  • At the invitation of country star Porter Wagoner, James Brown performs at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, singing "Your Cheatin' Heart", "Tennessee Waltz" and "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag", 1979
  • A Los Angeles jury awards $7.3 million to the family of the late Marvin Gaye, saying three rap artists copied from his tune, "Got To Give It Up", 2015
  • Sonny & Cher guest on an episode of NBC-TV's "Man From U.N.C.L.E.", 1967
  • Charlie Grancie makes his national TV debut on CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show", 1957
  • Grand Funk Railroad record "Closer To Home", 1970

Donnerstag, 9. Mrz 2017

  • Lloyd Price ("Stagger Lee") is 84
  • Mark Lindsay ("Arizona" and lead singer of Paul Revere & the Raiders) is 75
  • The late Billy Ford of Billy & Lillie ("La Dee Dah") is born in 1925
  • Gary (Leeds) Walker of the Walker Brothers ("The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore") is 75
  • Keely Smith ("That Old Black Magic" with then-husband Louis Prima) is 85
  • Ivo Robic ("Morgen") dies in 2000
  • Brad Delp, lead singer of Boston ("More Than A Feeling") commits suicide, 2007
  • Bob Marcucci ( manager of Frankie Avalon and Fabian and the inspiration for the movie, "The Idolmaker") dies, 2011
  • Jerry Lee Lewis marries for the seventh time (to former wife Myra's brother's ex-wife), 2012
  • Sam Cooke, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, Carole King & Gerry Goffin and Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil are all inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, 1987
  • "Lloyd Price Day" is declared in New Orleans and the state of Louisiana, 2010
  • Keith Moon collapses onstage at the beginning of a Who concert at the Boston Garden, 1976
  • CBS-TV cancels the "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour", 1969
  • With Elvis Presley's return from the U.S. Army, his movie "Jailhouse Rock" is re-released in three cities (with two more added two days later), 1960
  • The Beach Boys record "God Only Knows", 1966
  • The Eagles begin recording "I Can't Tell You Why", 1978

Mittwoch, 8. Mrz 2017

  • Micky Dolenz of the Monkees ("I'm A Believer") is 72
  • "Little" Peggy March ("I Will Follow Him") is 69
  • Randy Meisner ("Hearts On Fire" and member of Poco and the Eagles) is 71
  • Songwriter Carole Bayer Sager ("Groovy Kind Of Love", "Midnight Blue", "Nobody Does It Better" and many others) is 70
  • Jimmy Ellis, lead tenor with the Trammps ("Disco Inferno") dies, 2012
  • Beatles producer George Martin dies, 2016
  • Meat Loaf is added to the Texas Movie Hall of Fame in Austin, 2012
  • Diana Ross makes her first solo concert appearance, in Framingham, Massachusetts, 1970
  • The Fillmore East concert hall opens in New York City, 1968
  • Elvis Presley's "Stay Away Joe" movie debuts in 1968
  • The Beatles make their British national radio debut, singing "Dream Baby", "Maybelline" and "Please Mr. Postman" on the BBC's "Teenagers' Turn" program, 1962
  • Carole King appears on CBS-TV's "Mary Tyler Moore Show", 1975
  • The Dave Clark Five make the first of 18 appearances on CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show", 1964

 Dienstag, 7. Mrz 2017

  • Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band ("Must Of Got Lost") is 71
  • Claude King ("Wolverton Mountain") dies, 2013
  • Kenny Ball ("Midnight In Moscow") dies from pneumonia, 2013
  • Jimmy Sacca, lead singer with the Hilltoppers ("Marianne") dies, 2015
  • Actress Sandra Dee receives a divorce from Bobby Darin, 1967
  • Kay Starr runs a stop sign in Corona, California and is hospitalized with neck, arm and leg injuries from the resulting car crash, 1956
  • West Virginia names John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" one of four official state songs, 2014
  • Elton John becomes the first rock star since the Beatles to be immortalized at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum in London, 1976
  • Bobby Darin appears on an episode of NBC-TV's "Run For Your Life", 1966
  • The Tune Weavers record "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby", 1957

Montag, 6. Mrz 2017

  • Mary Wilson of the Supremes ("Where Did Our Love Go") is 73
  • The late Sylvia Vanderpool Robinson ("Pillow Talk", and one-half of Mickey & Sylvia- "Love Is Strange") is born in 1936
  • Kiki Dee ("I've Got The Music In Me") is 70
  • Peter McCann ("Do You Wanna Make Love") is 69
  • King Floyd ("Groove Me") dies of complications from a stroke and diabetes, 2006
  • Alvin Lee, guitarist and lead singer with Ten Years After ("I'd Love To Change The World") dies following surgery, 2013
  • Richard Manuel of the Band ("Up On Cripple Creek") commits suicide by hanging himself, 1986
  • The wife of Eagles' bassist Randy Meisner accidentally and fatally shoots herself in their California home, 2016
  • Eddie Fisher and Elizabeth Taylor divorce, 1964
  • David Crosby of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash is arrested on marijuana and weapons charges in New York City (he's given a $5,000 fine and a conditional discharge), 2004
  • Stevie Wonder is made a Commander of the Arts and Letters by the French government in Paris, 2010
  • Sam Cooke makes his first appearance at the Copacabana in New York (unlike his 1964 appearance, this one is less-than spectacular), 1958
  • A musical entitled "I'm Not A Know It All: The Frankie Lymon Story" premieres in Flint, Michigan, 2008
  • "An Evening With Diana Ross" airs on NBC-TV, 1977
  • James Darren and Helen Reddy both guest on ABC-TV's "Fantasy Island", 1982
  • David Cassidy is the first one "fired" by Donald Trump on the season premiere of the NBC-TV program, "Celebrity Apprentice", 2011
  • The Everly Brothers record "All I Have To Do Is Dream", 1958
  • The Drifters record "There Goes My Baby", 1959

Sonntag, 5. Mrz 2017

  • The late Andy Gibb ("Shadow Dancing") is born in 1958
  • Paul Evans ("Seven Little Girls Sittin' In The Back Seat") is 79
  • Eddie Hodges ("I'm Gonna Knock On Your Door") is 70
  • Murray Head ("Superstar") is 71
  • The late Tommy Tucker ("Hi-Heel Sneakers") is born in 1939
  • John Belushi of the Blues Brothers ("Soul Man") dies of a drug overdose, 1982
  • Patsy Cline ("I Fall To Pieces") dies in a plane crash near Camden, Tennessee, along with country stars Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins, 1963
  • Michael "Smitty" Smith, drummer for Paul Revere & the Raiders ("Kicks"), is found dead of natural causes, 2001
  • Dusty Springfield collapses while taping a TV appearance, 1969
  • Elvis Presley is discharged from the U.S. Army, 1960
  • Rod Stewart meets actress Britt Eklund at a party at Joni Mitchell's house, beginning a five-year romance, 1975
  • Marianne Faithfull receives a lifetime achievement honor from the Women's World Awards in Vienna, Austria, 2009
  • Jerry Lee Lewis opens as Iago in "Catch My Soul", a rock musical version of Shakespeare's "Othello", in Hollywood, 1968
  • Elvis Presley makes his first TV appearance, on the "Louisiana Hayride" program, 1955
  • The Marvelettes become the first Motown act to appear on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS-TV, 1962
  • Smokey Robinson appears on NBC-TV's "Police Story", 1974
  • Neil Sedaka guests on CBS-TV's "I've Got A Secret", 1965
  • DJ Alan Freed is the guest on CBS-TV's "To Tell The Truth", 1957
  • Frankie Avalon guests on CBS-TV's "Jack Benny Program", 1963
  • Ike Turner and Jackie Brenston record "Rocket 88", 1951
  • Bobby Darin records "Dream Lover", 1959

Samstag, 4. Mrz 2017

  • Chris Rea ("Fool If You Think It's Over") is 66
  • The late Paul Mauriat ("Love Is Blue") is born in 1925
  • The late Bobby Womack ("Lookin' For A Love") is born in 1944
  • The late Miriam Makeba ("Pata Pata") is born in 1932
  • Neil Sedaka's long-time lyricist, Howard Greenfield ("Stupid Cupid", "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do", "Love Will Keep Us Together" and many others) dies of AIDS, 1986
  • Glenn Hughes of the Village People ("Macho Man") dies of lung cancer and is buried in his leather biker outfit, 2001
  • Chastity (now Chaz) Bono is born to Sonny & Cher, 1969
  • John Lennon's "The Beatles are more popular than Jesus" remark is first published in Britain, 1966
  • Janis Joplin is fined $200 for onstage profanity by a Tampa, Florida judge, 1970
  • An icy car crash sends Temptations members Eddie Kendricks and Otis Williams to a Somerset, Pennsylvania hospital, 1968
  • Olivia Newton-John is named one of Australia's "National Living Treaures" by the National Trust as voted by the public, 2012
  • Hall & Oates record "Rich Girl", 1976
  • The Rolling Stones record their "Love You Live" album in Toronto, 1977

Freitag, 3. Mrz 2017

  • Jennifer Warnes ("Right Time Of The Night") is 70
  • Norman "Hurricane" Smith ("Oh Babe, What Would You Say") dies of cancer, 2008
  • Johnny Preston ("Running Bear") dies of heart failure, 2011
  • Bobby Rogers of the Miracles ("You've Really Got A Hold On Me") dies, 2013
  • The Buffalo Springfield form (as "The Herd") in 1966
  • A stalker is arrested trying to break into Roberta Flack's New York apartment, 1995
  • Samuel Cardinal Stritch bans rock 'n' roll from Chicago Archdiocese Roman Catholic schools, 1957
  • Petula Clark performs before England's Princess Margaret at the London Palladium, 1967
  • Johnny Cash guests on NBC-TV's "Columbo", 1974
  • The documentary movie, "This Is Elvis" (with Ral Donner narrating) premieres in Memphis, 1981
  • The first Supremes' single, "I Want A Guy" is released, 1961

Donnerstag, 2. Mrz 2017

  • The late Karen Carpenter ("Close To You") is born in 1950
  • John Cowsill of the Cowsills ("Hair") is 61
  • The late Lou Reed ("Walk On The Wild Side") is born in 1942
  • The late Eddie Lawrence ("The Old Philosopher") is born in 1919
  • Dusty Springfield ("You Don't Have To Say You Love Me") dies of breast cancer in 1999
  • Hank Ballard ("Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go") dies of throat cancer, 2003
  • James Taylor and Quincy Jones receive the National Medal of Arts from President Barack Obama at the White House, 2011
  • Elvis Presley's Army plane refuels in Scotland- his only appearance in the U.K., 1960
  • Filming begins on the Beatles' first movie, "A Hard Day's Night", 1964
  • Michael Jackson guests on Diana Ross' third TV special, "diana", on CBS-TV, 1981
  • "The Barry Manilow Special" airs on ABC-TV, 1977
  • The first "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" on NBC-TV features musical guest Van Morrison, 2009
  • Vee-Jay Records in Chicago creates the Tollie label and releases "Twist And Shout" by the Beatles on it, 1964
  • The Supremes record "Reflections" and "The Happening", 1967
  • Bo Diddley records "Bo Diddley" and "I'm A Man", 1955

Mittwoch, 1. Mrz 2017

  • Roger Daltrey of the Who ("I Can See For Miles") is 73
  • Harry Belafonte ("Banana Boat Song") is 90
  • Jewel Akens ("The Birds And The Bees") dies of complications from back surgery, 2013
  • Gayle McCormick , lead singer of Smith ("Baby It's You") dies of cancer, 2016
  • Johnny Cash marries June Carter, 1968
  • Bob Dylan's wife, Sara files for divorce, 1977
  • Shirley Jones of the Partridge Family files for divorce from her husband, actor Marty Ingalls (she later withdraws the petition), 2002
  • James Taylor appears on the cover of Time magazine, 1971
  • Jim Morrison is arrested for indecent exposure after a Miami Doors Concert (he is pardoned for the action 41 years later), 1969
  • Fans at Ottawa, Ontario's Coliseum riot after waiting an hour for Eric Burdon & the New Animals to perform (the group was gone, however, since they hadn't been paid), 1967
  • Frank Sinatra receives a Legends Award and Aretha Franklin is given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Grammys, 1994
  • The mayor of New Orleans declares it "Elvis Presley Day" in the city as the King films "King Creole" there, 1958
  • Marty Robbins is fired by Nashville's Grand Ole Opry (but re-hired five day later), 1958
  • Buddy Holly begins his only British tour, 1958
  • The TV movie "Elvis And The Beauty Queen" (with Don Johnson as the King) airs on NBC, 1981
  • "The Doors" biographical movie (with Val Kilmer as the Lizard King) premieres in 1991
  • Gerry & the Pacemakers release their first British single, "How Do You Do It", 1963
  • The "Johnny's Greatest Hits" album by Johnny Mathis is released, eventually spending 9 1/2 years on the charts, 1958
  • The Everly Brothers sign with Cadence Records and record "Bye Bye Love", 1957
  • The Four Lads record "Standing On The Corner", 1955
01.03.1957: Die Everly Brothers nehmen Bye Bye Love  und zwei weitere Tracks im RCA Nashville Studio auf. Produzent ist Chet Atkins. Das Lied wurde von vielen anderen Country-Acts bisher abgelehnt.. Die Version der Everly Brothers mit Volkslied-Harmonien ber akustische Gitarren und einem Rock'n Roll Beat wurde zu ihrem Markenzeichen.

02.03.1964: 100 Jugendliche verbarrikadieren sich im Liverpooler Cavernclub, in dem die Beatles und viele andere berhmte Liverpooler Beatbands ihre Karrieren starteten. Der Protest richtet sich gegen die Schliessung des Clubs, der Konkurs anmelden musste.

01.03.1968:  Johnny Cash und June Carter heiraten. June war vorher mit Carl Smith verheiratet. Aus dieser Ehe stammte das gemeinsame Kind Carlene Carter ,.Rosanne Cash war wiederum die Tochter von Johnny Cash und Vivian Liberto: Rosanne Cash. Beide Tchter wurden ebenfalls erfolgreiche Country-Sngerinnen.

01.03.1974: George Harrison gibt heute bekannt, eine USA-Tournee zu starten. Er ist der erste der getrennten Beatles, der diesen Schritt wagt.

02.03.1955: Bo Diddley liefert seine  ersten Demos bei CHESS Records ab.. Die Titel Bo Diddley/I'm A Man  landen am 25.Juni 55 auf den Rhythm& Blues Charts einen No. 1 Hit. 

02.03.1964: Heute starten die Beatles die Dreharbeiten zum Film A Hard Days Night. Sie waren gerade von der triumphalen 'Beatlemania' US-Tournee. 

03.03.1951: Bei SUN Records in Memphis nimmt Ike Turner mit seiner Band Kings Of Rhythm vier Titel auf. Sam Phillips, Eigentmer der SUN-Studios verkauft die fertigen Bnder an die Plattenfirma CHESS in Chikago. Chess verffentlicht die beiden Nummern, vom Saxophonisten Jackie Brenston gesungen. Ohne Ike Turner zu fragen, wird die Single unter dem Namen Jackie Brenston with His Delta Cats  verffentlicht. Ike Turner ist sauer - Brenston erntet den Ruhm , eine der ersten Rock And Roll-Platten aufgenommen zu haben. Aber es war ein Flop. Jahre spter ist Brenston wieder Saxophonist in der Ike Turner Band.

03.03.1956: Elvis Presley taucht zum ersten Mal den Top 100 auf, und zwar mit Heartbreak Hotel auf Platz 68. Elvis wird nun dem US-Publikum ber Radio und TV massiv vorgestellt.Seine Fusion aus Sdstaaten-Sound und Pop und sein usseres, sowie seine Bhnenperformance werden ihn zu nie gekanntem Ruhm fhren. James Brown ber Elvis: "Er brachte dem weien Amerika bei, was Party Party heit". Ein weiteres Zitat aus jenen Tagen: " Der junge Prinz des Rock'n' Roll ...ein Gitarre spielender Rattenfnger." >Tupelo Daily Journal !

03.03.1958: Der kanadische Teenie-Bopper Paul Anka startet seine zweite Tour durch Grobritannien in der Music Hall in Aberdeen. Damals war der bekannteste Song Tell Me That You Love me in England.

03.03.1967: In London stellt sich erstmals  auf der Bhne die neue Jeff Beck Group vor. Snger ist Rod Stewart, Bassist Ron Wood und Schlagzeuger Aynley Dunbar. Der Auftritt wird von der Presse als 'grauenhaft' verrissen. 

05.03.1960: Seit der umstrittene US-General Douglas McArthur 1945 von der Kapitulation der japanischen Truppen in die USA zurckkehrte, hatte kein weiterer Soldat  einen solchen Presse- und  Publikumsrummel verursacht wie Elvis Presley bei seiner Entlassung aus der Army. Nach 2 Jahren Dienst fr Uncle Sam (USA) wurde er in Fort Dix , New Jersey  als Feldwebel ausgemustert. Wenig spter verffentlicht RCA  die LP 'Elvis Is Back' und immer noch 1960 der Film und die LP 'G.I. Blues, bei uns Cafe Europa.

05.03.1963: Die Beatles nehmen in den Abbey Road Studios From Me To You auf. Lennon und McCartney haben den Song whrend einer Tour mit Helen Shapiro vor fnf Tagen im Bus von York nach Shrewsbury geschrieben. Eine Leserbrief-Rubrik im New Musical Express inspirierte sie zum Songtitel. Die Einfachheit war ihr Konzept.

06.03.1958: Im RCA Studio in Nashville erarbeiten die Everly Brothers die Boudleaux/Bryant-Ballade All I Have To Do Is Dream und das flottere Claudette. Letzteres wurde von Roy Orbison angeboten. Er schrieb diesen Song fr seine Frau Claudette Frady und nahm in auch selbst im SUN Studio auf. 

08.03.1962: Die Unterhaltungsabteilung der BBC sendet 'Teenagers Turn- Here We Go' , zugleich das Radio-Debt der Beatles, aufgenommen im Playhouse Theatre in Manchester. Zum ersten Mal treten die Fab Four im Anzug mit weissem Hemd und Schlips auf und spielen Roy Orbisons Dream Baby, Chuck Berrys Memphis, Tennessee und Please Mr. Postman von den Marvelettes.

08.03.1964: Die Dave Clark Five  haben ihr Debt in der legendren Ed Sullivan Show mit Glad All Over. Sie avancieren zu den Lieblingsgsten der Sendung und treten in den nchsten vier Jahren 13-mal auf + Wiederholungen. Die LP-Verkufe in den USA waren phnomenal.

08.03.1969:  Peter Framptom war gerade zum Gesicht des Jahres gewhlt, da gibt er bekannt, dass er die Band The Herd verlassen will, um mit Steve Marriott die Formation Humble Pie zu grnden.

09.03.1963: Die Februar Tournee mit Helen Shapiro gerade beendet, nutzen die Beatles ihre Chance und starten sofort zur nchsten. Sie spielen im Vorprogramm zu 'America's Exciting' Chris Montez und 'America's Fabulous' Tommy Roe. Im ganzen Land steigt ihre Popularitt, folglich steigen sie whrend der 21-Tage Tour, mit 2 Auftritten pro Abend zu den Stars auf. 

10.03.1956: Zwei Wochen bevor Lonnie Donegans Originalfassung in die US-Top100 kommt und auf Platz 8 steigt, singt der 19-jhrige Bobby Darin Rock Island Line bei seinem Fernsehdebt  in der Stage Show. Er gehrt noch zu den Jaybirds (Decca) , wird aber bald als Solist von sich reden machen.

10.03.1959:  RCA verffentlicht die Elvis-Single I Need Your Love Tonight / A Fool Such As I. Schon am nchsten Tag gibt es dafr eine Goldene , die ihm per Post nach Deutschland geschickt wird. In Bad Nauheim und Friedberg/Hessen spielt er gerade Soldat.

10.03.1964: Simon & Garfunkel nehmen The Sound Of Silence in den New Yorker Columbia Records Studios auf. Es sollte der groe Durchbruch fr das 'Everly Brothers-Like-Duo' werdenn.

11.03.1958: Da ihr Mann seine 13-jhrige Cousine, Myra, geheiratet hat, beantragt Jane Mitcham, die noch rechtsgltige Frau von Jerry Lee Lewis , die Scheidung. Hier zeichnet sich der Karriereknick bis 1962 fr 'The Killer' ab.

11.03.1967: Dick James, Verleger der Beatles-Kompositionen, gibt bekannt, da bisher 446 verschiedene Versionen von Yesterday erschienen sind.

12.03.1960: Elvis nimmt bei seinen ersten Studio-Aufnahmen dieses Jahres  in weniger als 12 Stunden im berhmten RCA Studio B in Nashville zwlf Songs fr sein neues Album Something For Everybody auf.

12.03.1960: Record Retailer, Englands erste wchentliches Musik-Fachmagazin, erscheint. Die erste Nummer 1 Single  ist Adam Faiths Poor Me, die erste Nummer 1 der LP-Charts Freddy Cannons The Explosive Freddy Cannon

13.03.1958: Die Quarry Men mit John Lennon und Paul McCartney sind zu Gast im Morgue Skiffle Cellar in Liverpool. Bei einem Auftritt soll der 15-jhrige Gitarrist George Harrison das erste Mal John Lennon und die anderen Mitglieder der Quarry Men getroffen haben.

13.03.1962: Die Shadows beginnen ein sechstgiges Engagement im Pariser Olympia. Als erste britische Band sind sie dort die Stars der Rock'n' Twist-Show. Der Instrumental-Boom erfasst Frankreich.

28.03.1964: Radio Caroline on 199. Binnen drei Wochen nach Sendebeginn hatte der Piratensender Radio Caroline fast sieben Millionen Zuhrer, was der BBC und der britischen Regierung sehr missfiel. Situation wie heute - Private sind fr 'ffentlich-rechtliche', (was fr eine hssliche, aber wahre Bezeichnung), wie Piraten ! Dabei gebrden sich die ffentlich-rechtlichen privater als es die Norm erlaubt. Wie die Piraten von damals.....kupfern ohne Ende ! 

13.03.1965: Die Beatband-Szene ist in Bewegung geraten. Die Musiker werden anspruchsvoller. Ein Musiker-Wechsel nach dem anderen geht ber die Bhne:.Eric Clapton war nicht mehr einverstanden mit der musikalischen Ausrichtung der Yardbirds. Dem Blues-Puristen war das alles  zu poppig und zu kommerziell. Als nchstes spielt Eric bei John Mayall & His Bluesbreakers mit. Die Yardbirds wollten als Ersatz fr ihn gern Jimmy Page haben - der wollte nicht. Stattdessen kam schlielich Jeff Beck

14.03.1958: Perry Comos Catch A Falling Star ist acht Wochen die Nummer 1 in Australien und wird zur ersten Goldenen Single in den USA fr ihn.

14.03.1964: Erstmals in der Chart-Geschichte befindet sich keine einzige amerikanische Platte unter den britischen Top Ten, sondern exakt neun britische  und eine irische Produktion (The Bachelors). Die Tommies waren richtig froh, endlich ! Jedoch sind von acht Songs bezeichnenderweise die Songschreiber Amerikaner. So schaute es aus: 1. Cilla Black - Anyone Who Had A Heart; 2. Dave Clark Five - Bits And Pieces; 3. Billy J. Kramer - Little Children; 4. The Bachelors - Diane; 5. The Rolling Stones - Not Fade Away; 6. The Hollies - Just One Look; 7. The Searchers - Needles & Pins; 8. The Merseybeats - I Think Of You; 9. Eden Kane - Boys Cry; 10. Kathy Kirby - Let Me Go Lover   

15.03.1956: In New York findet die Urauffhrung von My Fair Lady statt. Das Musical entwickelt sich zum erfolgreichsten Stck der modernen Theatergeschichte. Und Colonel Tom Parker wird offiziell Manager von Elvis Presley.

15.03.1958: Elvis Presley gibt seine letzten Live-Konzerte im Russwood Park in Memphis - fr beinahe 3 Jahre. Don't, seine ersten Balladen-A-Seite seit Love Me Tender, ist auf dem Weg zur Nummer 1. Es werden zwei Millionen verkauft !

16.03.1964: Beatlemania ist in den USA auf dem absoluten Hhepunkt.Heute erscheint die neue Single Can't Buy Me Love. Zwei Millionen Kufer bestellten bereits vorab. Das Musikmagazin Billboard  schreibt damals, da die Beatles 60 % (!!) des gesamten Single-Verkaufs in den USA bestreiten. 

17.03.1956: Der Musikfilm Rock Around The Clock erlebt seine Weltpremiere in Washington. In den USA und Europa gbt es heftige Reaktionen auf den von Sam Katzman produzierten Film. (Ausser Rand und Band) Die Stars der 55/56 Szene sind fast vollstndig vertreten.

17.03.1958: Die Coasters nehmen das neueste Meisterwerk von Leiber & Stoller auf - Yakety Yak. Es wird die erste und einzige Nummer 1 der Coasters.

17.03.1968: Die BeeGees geben ihr Debt im US-TV. Sie treten in der legendren Ed Sullivan Show auf und singen Words und To Love Somebody. Das gab der US-Karriere einen starken Kick.

18.03.1967: Schlagzeile im britischen New Musical Express: Stevie Winwood, Ex-Spencer Davis Group, hat eine neue Gruppe gegrndet. Es ist Traffic.

19.03.1957: Elvis Presley kauft Graceland, ein zweigeschossiges Anwesen mit 23 Rumen auf einem 5,6 ha groen Gelnde am South Bellevue Boulevard in Whitehaven, einem Vorort von Memphis.Er zahlt 102.500 Dollar fr den Kalksteinbau, das vorher der Graceland Christian Church fr Gottesdienste dienste. Erbaut hatte es S.E. Toof, der es nach seiner Tochter Grace benannte. Es wird jetzt von der Tochter Ruth Marie  an Elvis verkauft.

19.03.1958: Instromania beginnt: Link Wray verffentlicht den Instrumental-Hit Rumble, der wegen seiner verzerrten Gitarre als erster Heavy-Metal-Song gilt. 

20.03.1960: Fast 14 Tage nach seiner Entlassung aus dem Militrdienst betritt Elvis heute wieder ein Aufnahmestudio. Viele haben ihm vorausgesagt, er wrde nie wieder das, was er vor dem Mrz 1958 war und bedeutete, der King of Rock'n Roll. Zwei Jahre war Elvis nun Soldat, am 5.Mrz '60 wurde er entlassen - am 20.Mrz  um 20 Uhr stand er wieder vor einem Mikrofon.  Im Studio B der RCA in Nashville.Innerhalb der nchsten 11 Stunden nahm er sechs neue Songs auf: Make Me Know It und Soldier Boy noch am 20., Stuck On You, Fame And Fortune, Mess Of Blues und It Feels So Right am 21.Mrz. Seine alten Musiker-Kumpels waren alle dabei: Scotty Moore, Bob Moore, Floyd Cramer, D.J.Fontana und Hank Garland. Elvis prsentierte sich in Hochform, die ngstlichen, Stnkerer, Stinker und Neider und Unker behielten Unrecht ! 

20.03.1969: John Lennon heiratet in Gibraltar die acht Jahre ltere Yoko Ono Cox. Damit war fr viele Kenner und Freunde der Beatles der Grundstein fr die Trennung der Gruppe gelegt.

21.03.1961:  Die Brder Carl und Jay Perkins sind von Memphis aus auf dem Wege nach New York - sie sollten dort in der Perry Como Show auftreten.In Denver/Delaware werden sie in einen schweren Autounfall verwickelt. Jay stirbt, Carl erholt sich erst nach neun Monaten. Inzwischen verffentlicht Elvis eine Cover-Version von Blue Suede Shoes - der Nummer, mit der Carl Perkins bei Perry Como auftreten sollte. Die Karriere erhielt einen Knick, weil er fr seinen Song keine Promotion machen konnte. Wre der Unfall nicht passiert, wrde man bei Blue Suede Shoes nicht an Elvis, sondern an Carl Perkins denken.

21.03.1961: The Beatles treten in der Besetzung Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon und Pete Best zum ersten Mal im Cavern Club in Liverpool auf und wechseln sich mit den Bluegenes, den spteren Swinging Blue Jeans, ab. 

22.03.1963: Mit Please Please Me erscheint die erste LP der Beatles in England. Das Cover zeigt die Band auf der Treppe des EMI-Hauses in London - 10 Jahre spter stellte man dieses Motiv an gleicher Stelle nach und machte aus den beiden Fotos das Cover fr das berhmte Rote und Blaue Doppel-Album der Band.

23.03.1963: Bei einer Aufnahmesession von Johnny Jenkins in den Studios des Memphis-Soul-Labels STAX erlaubt der Produktions-Chef der Plattenfirma Johnny's Chauffeur, am Schluss auch mal eine Nummer aufzunehmen. Der Chauffeur heit Otis Redding, und er entscheidet sich fr den selbstgeschriebenen Song These Arms Of Mine. So begann die Karriere von einem der wichtigsten und einflureichsten Soulsnger.

24.03.1945: Das US-Musikmagazin Billboard verffentlicht seine erste LP-Hitparade - sie umfasst 10 Titel, heute 200 !. Die ersten drei: Nt King Cole Trio, Glenn Miller & Ork und 3. Judy Garland mit dem Album Meet Me In St.Louis, Louis. 

24.03.1958: Die Nummer 53310761 beten Elvis' Fans damals  rauf und runter. Es ist die Nummer, unter der Elvis Presley an diesem Tag im Alter von 23 Jahren einen neuen Job antritt: er wird G.I.. Dieser Eintritt kostet die USA jhrlich  500.000 Dollar - das ist nicht das Honorar von Elvis, sondern was dem Staat an Steuern von Elvis entgeht !

25.03.1960: Ray Charles nimmt mit Sid Feller, seinem langjhrigen Produzenten, in den New Yorker Capitol Studios Georgia On My Mind auf, eine zeitlose Sdstaaten-Ode. Ray kam von Atlantic-Records, hatte hier ein paar annehmbare Chart-Pltze, aber ABC-Paramount bot ihm einen hohen Vorschuss und knstlerische Freiheit. Mit der ersten Single war er sofort erfolgreich, und landete seinen ersten Nummer 1 Hit. Im Stil der Country Music.

28.03.1958: In Los Angeles ist Eddie Cochran vier Tage lang im Studio B von Capitol Records. Er untersttzt Aufnahmen von Gene Vincent & The Bluecaps. Er unterbricht die Session, um seine eigene Komposition Summertime Blues aufzunehmen. Sie entstand Jerry Capehart in nur 45 Minuten. Es wird der grte Hit des US-Rock'n'Roll Stars.

28.03.1964: Die erste britische Piratenstation, Radio Caroline on 199, nimmt den Sendebetrieb von einem Schiff auf. Die einseitig (Staatsrundfunk, europaweit) berieselten Jugendlichen sind begeistert. Neben Radio Luxemburg gibt es nun eine Station die sich ausschliesslich mit den News  der Musikindustrie befasst. Eine Katastrophe fr die staatlich gelenkten und finanzierten Sender, die um jeden Preis die Freiheit der Jugendlichen, in Sachen Kultur, in Schach halten wollten. Wie heute, nur die staatlichen klingen hnlicher als Piraten, als die Privaten !! In sterreich besonders die Landessender ! Karnevalradio das ganze Jahr ! Stimmung, Ole'

28.03.1964: Radio Caroline on 199. Binnen drei Wochen nach Sendebeginn hatte der Piratensender Radio Caroline fast sieben Millionen Zuhrer, was der BBC und der britischen Regierung sehr missfiel. Situation wie heute - Private sind fr ffentlich-rechtliche (was fr eine hssliche, aber wahre Bezeichnung) wie Piraten ! Dabei gebrden sich die ffentlich-rechtlichen privater als es die Norm erlaubt. Wie die Piraten von damals.....kupfern ohne Ende ! 

29.03.1958: Connie Francis hat bereits einen neuen Vertrag mit MGM, als sie den ersten Hit mit Who's Sorry Now ? schafft. Platz 4. Endlich einmal in den Charts wird sie zum bestndigen Dauergast und erreicht atemberaubende Erfolge: Im Laufe der nchsten 10 Jahre wird sie mit 55 Singles in den US-Charts vertreten sein. 

29.03.1969: Ringo Starr sorgt fr Aufregung in der Presse. Er sagte  den Reportern die Beatles wrden nie wieder gemeinsam auftreten. John Lennon, von Yoko Ono geschubst, dementierte, noch in diesem Jahr seien Auftritte der Fab Four geplant.  Leider hatte der Mann mit der Knollennase recht. Yoko Ono bedeutete den Tod fr die Formation ! 

29.03.1973: Ein groer Wunsch ging fr Dr.Hook & The Medicine Show in Erfllung: Das Bild der Gruppe zierte den Titel des US-Magazins Rolling Stone. In Anlehnung an den Top Hit On The Cover Of A Rolling Stone. 

30.03.1956: Die RCA Werbung fr Elvis' Single Heartbreak Hotel geht in England daneben:  Er wird dort als King des Western Bop bezeichnet. Keiner kannte sich damit aus. Nur ein Label-Manager, die ja immer wieder mal als Totengrber von potentiellen Hits bezeichnet werden, heute noch !

30.03.1964: Die britischen Medien berichten von ersten groen Aufeinandertreffen von Rockern und Mods. In Clacton, England, hatten sie sich gegenseitig die Kpfe eingeschlagen. Die Gruppierungen waren die Jugendbewegungen jener Tage in GB. Die Mods waren nett angezogen, schmale Schlipse, Csar-Frisuren und waren mehr die braven, netten von nebenan. Die Rocker sahen aus, als htten sie sich aus den Hot Rockin' Fifties rbergerettet. Entenschwanz-Frisuren, Bryl-Creme -gestrkt, Nietenhosen (Jeans) und sie fuhren BMW-Motorrder. Die Mods fuhren auf Trala-La Vespa-Rollern. Wo sie aufeindertrafen, gab es Auseinandersetzungen. Das wiederholte sich whrend der 3. Rock'n Roll Welle in den 70iger Jahren (Revival No.1-.1968, No.2-1972, No.3 1982 - bis heute und mehr ! )

31.03.1957: In Little Rock, Arkansas, starten Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Onie Wheeler und Glen Douglas eine sehr erfolgreiche Country/Rock'n'Roll-Package Tour durch die Sdstaaten.

31.03.1966: Im Astoria Theatre in London zndet der Exzentriker zum ersten Mal seine Gitarre an. Die Fans jubeln.  Obwohl er diesen Gag nur noch zweimal wiederholt, gilt er als ein Markenzeichen von Jimi Hendrix.

 
 

01.03. / 02.03. / 03.03. / 04.03. / 05.03. / 06.03. / 07.03. / 08.03. / 09.03. / 10.03. / 11.03. / 12.03. / 13.03. / 14.03. / 15.03. / 16.03. / 17.03. / 18.03. / 19.03. / 20.03. / 21.03. / 22.03. / 23.03. / 24.03. / 25.03. / 26.03. / 27.03. / 28.03. / 29.03. / 30.03. / 31.03.


01.03.

Ashton, Tony (1944, Ashton, Gardner & Dyke; Family)
Belafonte, Harry (1927, Snger, Songschreiber)
Carroll, Jon (1957, Starland Vocal Band)
D'Abo, Mike (1944, Manfred Mann)
Daltrey, Roger (1944, Who, Snger)
Davis, Warren (1939, Monotones [US])
Fisher, Jerry (1942, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Meikle, Buster (1942, Unit Four Plus Two)
Veerman, Piet (1943, Cats)

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02.03.

Carlton, Larry (1948, Crusaders)
Carpenter, Karen (1950, Carpenters)
Chirowski, Jozeff (1947, Alice Cooper)
Cowsill, John (1956, Cowsills)
Evans, Mark (1956, AC/DC)
Farmer, Dave (1952, Blackfoot Sue)
Farmer, Tom (1952, Blackfoot Sue)
Gainsbourg, Serge (1991, Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg; Snger; Schauspieler; Pianist; Gitarrist; Songschreiber; Todestag)
Gallagher, Rory (1949, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Hull, Rob (1949, Chicken Shack)
Koellen, Helmut (1950, Triumvirat)
MacKenzie, Nick (1950, Snger)
Meehan, Tony (1942, Jet Harris & Tony Meehan; Shadows; Vipers Skiffle Group)
Murphy, Barny (1954, Spider Murphy Gang)
Osmond, Jay (1955, Osmonds)
Potger, Keith (1941, Seekers)
Reed, Lou (1942, Snger, Gitarrist)
Springfield, Dusty (1999, Springfields, Sngerin, Todestag)

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03.03.

Amato, Dave (1953, REO Speedwagon)
Assia, Lys (1926, Sngerin)
Chambers, Willie (1938, Chambers Brothers)
Garfat, Jance (1944, Dr. Hook)
Jackson, Lilian-Day (1960, Spargo)
Kaye, Danny (1987, Snger, Tnzer, Schauspieler, Entertainer, Todestag)
Luker, Malcolm (1946, Smoke)
Merrick (1954, Adam & The Ants)
Mount, Dave (1947, Mud)
Pender, Mike (1942, Searchers)
Rajter, Dunja (1940, Sngerin)
Styles, Re (1950, Tubes)
Warnes, Jennifer (1947, Sngerin)
White, Snowy (1950, Thin Lizzy)
Wieland, Fred (Mixtures)

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04.03.

Allendale, Eric (1936, Foundations)
Eddy, Chris (1942, New Vaudeville Band)
Edwards, Raymond (1997, Silhouettes, Todestag)
Gould, Boon (1955, Level 42)
Henning, Sonny (1946, Ihre Kinder)
Low, Bruce (1990, Snger, Todestag)
Makeba, Miriam (1932, Sngerin)
Manuel, Richard (1986, Band, Todestag)
Mick (1944, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich)
Mijnhart, Robert (1948, Hank The Knife & The Jets)
Palmer, St. Clair L. (1954, Sweet Sensation [UK])
Patto, Mike (1979, Spooky Tooth, Todestag)
Raymond, Bob (1946, Sugarloaf)
Squire, Chris (1948, Yes)
Stevens, Shakin' (1948, Shaky & Bonnie; Sunsets; Snger)
Tozzi, Umberto (1952, Snger, Songschreiber)
Warren, Fran (1926, Sngerin)
Womack, Bobby (1944, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)

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05.03.

Clark, Alan (1952, Dire Straits)
Cline, Patsy (1963, Sngerin, Todestag)
Evans, Paul (1938, Snger, Songschreiber)
Gibb, Andy (1958, Snger)
Grant, Eddy (1948, Equals, Snger)
Marie, Teena (1956, Sngerin, Gitarristin, Keyboarderin)
Paige, Elaine (1951, Sngerin)
Rodgers, Clodagh (1947, Sngerin)
Skinner, Derek (1944, Spotnicks)
Stanshall, Vivian (1995, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, Todestag)

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06.03.

Dee, Kiki (1947, Sngerin)
Dillard, Douglas "Doug" (1937, Dillards)
Gibson, Brian (1951, Geordie)
Gilmour, David (1944, Pink Floyd)
Grundy, Hugh (1945, Zombies)
Mercouri, Melina (1994, Sngerin, Schauspielerin, Politikerin, Todestag)
Naylor, Jerry (1939, Crickets)
Samudio, Domingo "Sam" (1939, Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs)
Wills, Bob (1905, Violinist, Songschreiber)
Wilson, Mary (1944, Supremes)

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07.03.

Bohannon, Hamilton (1942, Snger, Schlagzeuger)
Fisher, Matthew (1946, Procol Harum)
Grard, Danyel (1939, Snger)
Isley, Ernie (1952, Isley Brothers)
Klatka, Tony (1945, Blood, Sweat & Tears)
Lee, Arthur (1945, Love)
March, Peggy (1948, Sngerin)
Matheos, Mayte (1951, Baccara)
Swillms, Ulrich (1947, Karat)
Sylvers, Leon Frank III (1953, Sylvers)
White, Chris (1943, Zombies)
Wolf, Peter (1946, J. Geils Band)

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08.03.

Allen, Jeff (1956, Hello)
Allsup, Mike (1947, Three Dog Night)
Baker, Cheryl (1954, Bucks Fizz)
Burr, Clive (1957, Iron Maiden)
DeWitt, Lew C. (1938, Statler Brothers)
Dolenz, Mickey (1945, Monkees)
Eckstine, Billy (1993, Snger, Orchesterleiter, Todestag)
Ellis, Ralph (1942, Swinging Blue Jeans)
Gill, Peter (1964, Frankie Goes To Hollywood)
Hartley, Keef (1944, Snger, Schlagzeuger)
Hyman, Dick (1927, Pianist, Organist)
Lambert, Dave (1949, Strawbs)
Lngen, Kurt "Zappo" (1946, Rattles)
MacRae, Shel (1943, Fortunes)
McKernan, Ron "Pigpen" (1973, Grateful Dead, Tastenspieler, Todestag)
Meisner, Randy (1946, Eagles, Poco)
Numan, Gary (1958, Snger)
Phil (1949, Phil & John)
Reichling, Lucius (1947, Truck Stop)
Sager, Carole Bayer (1946, Sngerin, Songschreiberin)

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09.03.

Burton, Trevor (1944, Move)
Cale, John (1942, Snger)
Coleman, Ornette (1930, Snger, Jazz-Saxophonist)
Cregan, Jim (1946, Family; Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)
Ebstein, Katja (1945, Sngerin)
Fadden, Jimmie (1948, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)
Ford, Billy (1925, Billy & Lillie)
Lee, John (1944, New World)
Lindsay, Mark (1942, Paul Revere & The Raiders; Snger; Saxophonist; Songschreiber)
McGinlay, Jim (1949, Slik)
Osborne, Jeffrey (1948, L.T.D)
Price, Lloyd (1933, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Rodriguez, Frankie (1951, ? & The Mysterians)
Saunders, Roger (1947, Medicine Head)
Saward, Jill (1953, Shakatak)
Schilder, Jaap (1943, Cats)
Smith, Keely (1928, Louis Prima & His Orchestra)
Sylvers, Charmaine Elaine (1954, Sylvers)
Thompson, Chris (1948, Manfred Mann, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Trower, Robin (1945, Procol Harum)

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10.03.

Baker, LaVern (1997, Sngerin, Todestag)
Charles, Tina (1955, 5000 Volts, Sngerin)
Crowther, Pete (1953, Mr. Big [GB])
Fahrenkrog-Peterson, Uwe (1960, Nena)
Gibb, Andy (1988, Snger, Todestag)
Green, Doc (1989, Drifters, Todestag)
Mann, Martin (1944, Snger)
McKenna, Ted (1950, Alex Harvey Band)
Nelson, Pete (1945, Flowerpot Men, White Plains)
Ronny (1930, Snger)
Rosenberg, Marianne (1955, Sngerin)
Scholz, Tom (1947, Boston)
Torrence, Dean (1940, Jan & Dean)

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11.03.

Kissoon, Katie (1951, Mac & Katie Kissoon)
Kooymans, George (1948, Golden Earring)
Lander, Bob (1942, Spotnicks)
Mandel, Harvey (1945, Canned Heat)
Rothwell, Ric (1944, Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders)
Stein, Mark (1947, Vanilla Fudge)
Todd, Arthur (1920, Art & Dotty Todd)
Turton, Geoffrey (1944, Rockin' Berries)
Weaver, Blue (1947, Amen Corner, Bee Gees, Fair Weather, Strawbs)
Welk, Lawrence (1903, Bandleader)

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12.03.

Ajello, Domenico "Mimmo" (1950, I Santo California)
Gibbins, Mike (1949, Badfinger)
Green, Jack (1951, Pretty Things)
Harris, Steve (1956, Iron Maiden)
Holroyd, Les (1948, Barclay James Harvest)
Hughes, Alex (1998, Judge Dread, Todestag)
Jackson, Marlon (1957, Jacksons/Jackson 5)
Jarreau, Al (1940, Snger)
Kantner, Paul (1941, Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship)
King, Ricky (1946, Gitarrist)
Kuhn, Paul (1928, Bandleader, Snger, Pianist)
Minnelli, Liza (1946, Schauspielerin, Sngerin)
O'Hara, Brian (1942, Fourmost)
Orloff, Peter (1947, Snger)
Parker, Charlie (1955, Jazz-Saxophonist, Komponist, Bandleader, Todestag)
Taylor, James (1948, Snger, Gitarrist)
Valli, June (1993, Sngerin, Todestag)

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13.03.

Bennie, Daniel (1940, Reflections)
Laud, Alan (1946, Hedgehoppers Anonymous)
Roberts, Chris (1944, Snger)
Sedaka, Neil (1939, Tokens, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber)
York, Donald Wayne (1949, Sha-Na-Na)

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14.03.

Baxter, Les (1922, Posaunist)
Carrott, Jasper (1945, Entertainer, Snger)
Dactyl, Terry (1947, Snger)
Dees, Rick (1950, Discjockey, Snger)
Fritz, Hans Jrgen (1953, Triumvirat)
Halsall, Ollie (1949, Scaffold)
Hays, Lee (1914, Weavers)
Jones, Quincy (1933, Snger)
Lewie, Jona (1947, Sngerin)
O'Rourke, Jimmy (1947, John Fred & His Playboy Band)
Parazaider, Walter (1945, Chicago)
Phillips, Phil (1931, Snger)
Redburn, Chris (1957, Kenny)
Skellern, Peter (1947, Snger, Songschreiber)

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15.03.

Calvert, Eddie (1922, Trompeter)
Cooder, Ry (1947, Captain Beefheart's Magic Band, Snger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Costell, David (1944, Gary Lewis & The Playboys)
Flint, Hughie (1942, McGuinness Flint)
Guldbck, Jan (1946, Blue Swede)
Hoffmann, Gnther (1984, Hoffmann & Hoffmann, Todestag)
Hopkins, Lightnin' (1912, Snger, Gitarrist)
Kerr, Alister (1956, Dead End Kids)
Lesh, Phil (1940, Grateful Dead)
Lincoln, Peter (1956, Sailor, Sweet)
Love, Mike (1941, Beach Boys)
Lugo, Francisco Hernandez "Frank" (1947, ? & The Mysterians)
Scott, Howard (1946, War)
Stone, Sly (1944, Sly & The Family Stone)

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16.03.

Bruce, Michael (1948, Alice Cooper, Gitarrist, Tastenspieler)
Godfrey, Arthur (1983, Moderator, Snger, Todestag)
Goodman, Jerry (1943, Flock, Violinist)
Hofer, Polo (1949, Snger)
Johnson, Betty (1932, Sngerin)
Lewis, Jerry (1926, Schauspieler, Komiker, Snger)
Pope, Joseph (1996, Tams, Todestag)
Terrell, Tammi (1970, Sngerin, Todestag)
Wilson, Nancy (1954, Heart)

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17.03.

Brown, Harold (1946, War)
Byrne, Fran (1948, Ace)
Cole, Nat King (1917, Snger, Pianist)
Collins, Clarence (1939, Little Anthony & The Imperials)
George, Samuel (1982, Capitols, Todestag)
Gorgan, Claire (1962, Altered Images)
Gorham, Scott (1951, Thin Lizzy)
Grech, Ric (1990, Blind Faith, Family, Traffic, Todestag)
Johnson, Bob (1944, Steeleye Span)
Jones, Rena (1954, Champaign)
Lindup, Mark (1959, Level 42)
Lloyd, Pat (1948, Equals)
Mathis, Lewis "Dean" (1937, Newbeats)
McAuley, Pat John (1944, Them)
Monn, Tony (1944, Orlando Riva Sound)
Picone, Vito (1940, Elegants)
Pilnick, Paul (1944, Stealer's Wheel)
Sebastian, John (B.) (1944, Lovin' Spoonful, Snger, Gitarrist, Mundharmonikaspieler, Songschreiber)
Stafford, Terry (1996, Snger, Todestag)
Vegas, Pat (1948, Redbone)
Wade, Adam (1937, Snger, TV-Moderator, Schauspieler)
Walker, Aaron Thibeaux "T-Bone" (1975, Snger, Todestag)

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18.03.

Birr, Dieter "Maschine" (1945, Puhdys)
DeJohn, Julie (1931, DeJohn Sisters)
Hartman, John (1950, Doobie Brothers)
Kraus, Peter (1939, James Brothers, Snger, Schauspieler)
Lynch, Kenny (1939, Snger)
Phillips, John (2001, Mamas & Papas, Todestag)
Pickett, Wilson (1941, Snger, Songschreiber)
Pritchett, Travis (1939, Travis & Bob)
Smith, Robert Lee (1936, Tams)
Stewart, John (1941, Hedgehoppers Anonymous)
Wilson, Barry (1947, Procol Harum)

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19.03.

Ambros, Wolfgang (1952, Snger)
Atkins, Paul (1946, Zombies)
Frenzel, Olders (1950, Ihre Kinder)
Hall, Terry (1959, Specials)
Henry, Clarence "Frogman" (1937, Snger, Pianist, Posaunist)
Kossoff, Paul (1976, Free, Todestag)
Longmuir, Derek (1955, Bay City Rollers)
Luke, Robin (1942, Snger, Songschreiber)
Occhiena, Marina (1950, Ricchi E Poveri)
Pointer, Ruth (1946, Pointer Sisters)
Rhoads, Randy (1982, Quiet Riot, Todestag)
Thain, Gary (1976, Uriah Heep, Todestag)

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20.03.

Bleyer, Archie (1989, Bandleader, Posaunist, Todestag)
Lynn, Vera (1917, Sngerin)
Martin, David (1941, Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs)
Palmer, Carl (1947, Asia; Atomic Rooster; Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
Phantom, Slim Jim (1961, Stray Cats)
Reed, Jerry (1937, Snger, Schauspieler, Gitarrist, Songschreiber)
Rivers, Joe (1937, Johnnie & Joe)
Settle, Mike (1941, First Edition)

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21.03.

Billy Joe (1919, Billy Joe & The Chackmates; Komiker)
Dorset, Ray (1946, Mungo Jerry)
Ederer, Pepe (1932, Nilsen Brothers)
Higgs, Dave (1950, Eddie & The Hot Rods)
Hodgson, Roger (1950, Supertramp)
Johnson, Robert (1953, KC & The Sunshine Band)
Jones, Casey (1939, Gitarrist)
Spann, Otis (1930, Snger, Pianist)
Stanshall, Vivian (1943, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band)
Stone, Rosie (1945, Sly & The Family Stone)
Thompkins, Russell (1951, Stylistics)

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22.03.

Benson, George (1943, Snger, Gitarrist)
Bond, Terry (1943, Rockin' Berries)
Clyde, Jeremy (1941, Chad & Jeremy)
Dinning, Mark (1986, Snger, Todestag)
Dyer, Des (1948, Jigsaw)
Guard, Dave (1991, Kingston Trio, Todestag)
Hartman, Dan (1994, Snger, Multi-Instrumentalist, Songschreiber, Prodzent, Todestag)
Hobbs, Randy (1948, McCoys)
McConnell, Mick (1964, Smokie)
McPhee, Tony (1944, Groundhogs)
Mills, Stephanie (1956, Sngerin, Schauspielerin)
Murray, Don Ray (1996, Turtles, Todestag)
Olive, Patrick (1947, Hot Chocolate)
Relf, Keith (1943, Medicine Head, Renaissance, Yardbirds)
Roger, Mike (1930, Snger, Pianist)
Sulley, Susanne (1963, Human League)
Tausis, Tommy (1946, Spotnicks)
Vanda, Harry (1947, Easybeats)
Whittaker, Roger (1936, Snger, Songschreiber)
Wylie, Pete (1958, Echo & The Bunnymen; Mighty Wah!)

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23.03.

Andersen, Lale (1910, Sngerin)
Barton, Alan (1995, Black Lace, Smokie, Todestag)
Bartram, Dave (1952, Showaddywaddy)
Bilbrough, Graham Robert (1958, Child)
Kenny, Bill (1978, Ink Spots, Todestag)
Khan, Chaka (1953, Sngerin)
Lienhard, Pepe (1939, Bandleader)
Ocasek, Ric (1949, Cars)

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24.03.

Appell, Dave (1922, Appeljacks [GB], Produzent)
Czukay, Holger (1938, Can)
Hakansson, Ola (1945, Secret Service, Songschreiber)
Kellie, Mike (1947, Spooky Tooth)
Kilius, Marika (1943, Schlittschuhluferin, Sngerin)
Melvin, Harold (1997, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Todestag)
Nena (1960, Sngerin, Nena)
Oscar, Lee (1946, War)
Peterson, Colin (1946, Bee Gees, Schlagzeuger)
Stewart, Billy (1937, Snger, Komponist, Tastenspieler)
Thomson, Dougie (1951, Supertramp)

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25.03.

Brand, Patty (1955, Luv)
Bryant, Anita (1940, Sngerin)
Burnette, Johnny (1934, Snger)
Cotton, Billy (1969, Snger, Schlagzeuger, Todestag)
Franklin, Aretha (1942, Sngerin)
Guitar, Bonnie (1923, Gitarristin)
Hall, Jack (1947, Wet Willie)
John, Elton (1947, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Jones, Neil (1949, Amen Corner, Fair Weather)
Lowe, Nick (1949, Snger, Bassist, Songschreiber)
Mina (1940, Sngerin, Schauspielerin)
Norman, Steve (1960, Spandau Ballet)
Rowles, John (1947, Snger)
Williams, Mazie (1951, Boney M.)

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26.03.

Arkin, Alan (1934, Tarries)
Crawford, Johnny (1946, Schauspieler, Snger)
Lawrence, Vicki (1949, Sngerin, Schauspielerin)
Low, Bruce (1913, Snger)
Lyall, Bill (1953, Pilot)
Patrowa, Eva (Eve) (1938, Adam & Eve)
Pendergrass, Teddy (1950, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes; Snger)
Poulos, Jon Jon (1980, Buckinghams, Todestag)
Ross, Diana (1944, Supremes, Sngerin)
Sheehan, Fran (1949, Boston)
Tandy, Richard (1948, ELO)
Thomas, Rufus (1917, Rhythm- & Bluessnger, Songschreiber, Tanzerfinder, Diskjockey)
Tyler, Steven (1948, Aerosmith)

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27.03.

Banks, Tony (1950, Genesis)
Brown, Andy (1947, Herd, Status Quo)
Garwood, Rodney (1944, Unit Four Plus Two)
Hayman, Richard (1920, Snger, Komponist)
MacKenzie, Billy (1957, Associates)
Malolepski, Olaf (1946, Flippers)
Martin, Janis (1940, Snger)
Vaughan, Sarah (1924, Sngerin, Pianistin)
Winberg, Bo (1939, Spotnicks)

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28.03.

Blunt, John (1947, Searchers)
Carr, Sally (1945, Middle Of The Road)
Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (1974, Snger, Blues-Gitarrist, Todestag)
de los Rios, Waldo (1977, Orchesterchef, Todestag)
Evans, John (1948, Jethro Tull)
Morse, Steve (1954, Deep Purple, Kansas)
Portz, Chuck (1945, Turtles)
Williams, Milan (1948, Commodores)

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29.03.

Bailey, Pearl (1918, Entertainerin, Sngerin)
Conn, Donny (1930, Playmates)
Davis, Ray (1940, Funkadelic, Temptations)
Greenfield, Dave (1949, Stranglers)
Jacks, Terry (1946, Poppy Family, Snger)
Kane, Eden (1942, Schauspieler, Snger)
Keen, Speedy (1945, Thunderclap Newman)
Kimball, Bobby (1947, Toto)
Mantovani (1980, Orchesterchef, Geiger, Songschreiber, Todestag)
Murray, Ruby (1935, Sngerin)
Papathanassiou, Evangelos (Vangelis) (1943, Aphrodite's Child; Jon & Vangelis; Keyboarder; Komponist)

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30.03.

Ball, Dave (1950, Procol Harum)
Clapton, Eric (1945, Blind Faith; Cream; Derek & The Dominos; Yardbirds; Snger; Gitarrist)
Edge, Graeme (1941, Moody Blues)
Greenall, Rupert (1950, Fixx)
Harris, Rolf (1930, Snger, Pianist, Songschreiber)
Heath, Ted (1900, Posaunist, Bandleader)
Laine, Frankie (1913, Snger)
Lovich, Lene (1954, Sngerin, Songschreiberin)
Mangrum, Jim (1948, Black Oak Arkansas)
Soeur Sourire (1985, Sngerin, Todestag)
Vanwarmer, Randy (1955, Snger, Musiker, Songschreiber)

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31.03.

Allen, Rod (1944, Fortunes)
Alpert, Herb (1935, Snger, Bandleader, Songschreiber)
Chamberlain, Richard (1935, Schauspieler, Snger)
Goodman, Al (1947, Moments)
Hume, Don (1950, Arrival)
Isley, O'Kelly (1986, Isley Brothers, Todestag)
Jones, Shirley (1934, Partridge Family)
McGlynn, Pat (1958, Bay City Rollers)
Mouth (1937, Mouth & MacNeal)
Nichol, Al(an) (1945, Turtles)
Poulos, Jon Jon (1947, Buckinghams)
Ralphs, Mick (1944, Bad Company, Mott The Hoople)
Roberts, Malcolm (1944, Snger, Schauspieler)
van Leer, Thijs (1948, Focus)
Young, Angus (1956, AC/DC)

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http://www.memoryhits.com (Webseite)
http://www.memoryhits.radio.fr (en franais)
http://www.memoryhits.radio.de (in Deutsch) -->>> Deutschland
http://www.memoryhits.radio.at (in Deutsch) -->>> Oesterreich
http://memoryhits.rad.io (en
glish)

http://memoryhits.radio.it/

http://memoryhits.radio.es/

http://memoryhits.radio.se/

http://memoryhits.radio.pt/

http://memoryhits.radio.dk/

http://streema.com/radios/Heart_Beat_Radio_Memory_Hits

http://www.goldmusic.de/radio/station/memoryhits.com/

http://www.phonostar.de/radio/memoryhitsfmheartbeatradio

https://www.radionomy.com/de/radio/MemoryhitsFM/index

http://www.radio-player.de/sender/memoryhits-fm,13851.html

 http://www.surfmusik.de/radio/memoryhits-fm,13851.html

http://www.radio.pervii.com/de/radio/98360.htm

http://radiodebox.de/play.php?id=7134&co=Germany

http://peaq.flowlive.com/p#!/chfr/content/radio/600000-memoryhits-fm

http://www.radioways.fr/radio/memoryhits-fmheartbeatradio.htmlhttp://www.the-radio.ru/online-389-w128

http://www.radioshaker.com/radio-stations/retro/oldies/radio-memoryhits-fm.html

Tired of the Top 40? Here are some the best Oldie stations in the country and beyond: http://www.cheepvynil.com/cheep-radio.html

http://streame.co/fr/Radio_Online_Heart_Beat_Radio_Memory_Hits_Nonnenhorn

http://www.radio.visnsoft.com/02/r069.htm

 

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