Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Today in Music History...January 9, 2018 (Now with more DJ info)

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Music History: January 9th:


2013 At the People's Choice Awards, One Direction win Favorite Album (Up All Night) and Favorite Song ("What Makes You Beautiful"). Katy Perry gets Favorite Music Video ("Part of Me"), Favorite Female Artist, Favorite Pop Artist, and Favorite Music Fan Following for her fan club, the Katycats.

2012 The White Stripes frontman Jack White appears on the History Channel show American Pickers. In the episode, White buys a stuffed elephant head for the sticker price of $12,500.

2005 Neo soul singer D'Angelo is arrested for drunk driving in his Richmond, Virginia, hometown. He is also charged with possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.

2005 Mötley Crüe lead singer Vince Neil marries Lia Gerardini at a ceremony in Las Vegas officiated by MC Hammer, who shared a house with Neil on the reality show The Surreal Life. Among the guests are his bandmates Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx, and basketball star Dennis Rodman. It's Neil's fourth marriage.

1991 Sinead O'Connor is named Worst-Dressed Woman of 1990 in Mr. Blackwell's annual list.

1981 Jazz drummer Cozy Cole, known for the 1958 hits "Topsy" and "Topsy II," dies of cancer at age 71.

1978 A.J. McLean of Backstreet Boys is born in West Palm Beach, Florida.

1973 The Rolling Stones' tour of Japan is canceled when Mick Jagger can't get a visa because of a drug arrest four years earlier.

1973 Lou Reed marries a cocktail waitress named Betty. Not much is known of this union, but apparently it doesn't last very long.

1968 Carl Bell of Fuel is born in Kenton, Tennessee.

1967 Smash Mouth lead singer Steve Harwell is born in Santa Clara, California.

1965 The Beatles' Beatles 65 jumps from #98 to #1 on the Billboard Albums chart in one week.

1963 Charlie Watts joins The Rolling Stones, replacing Tony Chapman as their drummer.

1963 Eric Erlandson of Hole is born in Los Angeles, California.

1962 Sam Cooke releases "Twistin' the Night Away."

1960 Patsy Cline becomes a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

1951 Crystal Gayle ("Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue") is born in Paintsville, Kentucky. She's the younger sister of country singer Loretta Lynn.

1950 David Johansen, lead singer of New York Dolls, is born in Staten Island, New York.

1948 Paul King of Mungo Jerry is born in Dagenham, Essex, England.

1947 Frank Sinatra records the Irving Berlin ballad "Always."

1943 Kenneth "Wally" Kelly, tenor vocalist in The Manhattans, is born in Jersey City, New Jersey.

1941 Singer Roy Head is born in Three Rivers, Texas. Known for the 1965 soul song "Treat Her Right."

1941 Joan Baez is born in Staten Island, New York.

1898 Music hall star Gracie Fields is born Grace Stansfield at Rochdale, Lancashire, England.

1839 Composer John Knowles Paine is born in Maine.
Steve Jobs Announces The iPhone

John Mayer joins Steve Jobs onstage at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco to introduce Apple's latest invention: the iPhone.
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2006 The Phantom of the Opera becomes the longest-running Broadway show when it marks its 7,486th performance at the Majestic theater, breaking the record held by Cats, another Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

2003 MC Hammer and Vince Neil star in the first season of The Surreal Life on the WB network.

1967 Dave Matthews is born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He eventually settles in Charlottesville, Virginia and forms The Dave Matthews Band.

1944 James Patrick "Jimmy" Page is born in Heston, Middlesex, England. He is a session musician in England before forming The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin.

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