Music History: February 10
1914 : Larry Adler
1929 : Jerry Goldsmith
1937 : Don Wilson (The Ventures)
1939 : Roberta Flack
1940 : Jimmy Merchant (Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers)
1943 : Ral Donner
1949 : Nigel Olsson (Elton John Band)
1959 : Lionel Cartwright
1961 : Robbie Neville
1975 : Dave Alexander (The Stooges)
2006 : Jay Dee
2006 : J Dilla
1958 : Elvis Presley's "Don't" hits #1
1968 : Sly and the Family Stone's "Dance to the Music" enters the pop charts
1968 : The Paul Mauriat Orchestra's Love Is Blue hits #1
1973 : Steely Dan's album Can't Buy a Thrill enters the charts
1979 : Rod Stewart's "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy," a disco diversion for the British superstar, hits #1.
1979 : Rod Stewart's album Blondes Have More Fun hits #1
1968 : The Beatles turn over operations of their fan club and American business affairs to their Apple Corps company in London.
1973 : Liverpool's Cavern Club -- where The Beatles were born -- is given three months to close down by British Rail, who need the site to complete their new underground railway.
2011 : The video for Rebecca Black's song, "Friday," is uploaded to YouTube. Comedian, Michael J. Nelson, will go on to post about the video on his Twitter account, turning "Friday" into a viral smash.
1942 : Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra, "Rio Rita"
1956 : Little Richard, Long Tall Sally
1967 : The Beatles, A Day In The Life
1977 : The Clash lash perform their first recording session for their first album.
1971 : Carole King, Tapestry
1978 : Van Halen release their self-titled debut album.
1979 : Dire Straits, Sultans Of Swing