Happy Birthday Trevor Rabin!
Musicians Born On January 13
1948 John Lees (Barclay James Harvest)
1954 Trevor Rabin (Yes)
1955 Fred White (Earth, Wind and Fire)
1961 Suggs (Graham McPherson - Madness)
Deaths On January 13
1979 Donny Hathaway
Number 1 In The Charts On January 13
1962 Cliff Richard: The Young Ones UK LP
1962 Chubby Checker: The Twist US 45
1973 Carly Simon: No Secrets US LP
1973 Slade: Slayed UK LP
1990 New Kids on the Block: Hanging Tough UK 45
1997 Tori Amos : Professional Widow : UK single
Various Music Events On January 13
1957 Elvis Presley records All Shook Up
1958 Little Richard releases Good Golly Miss Molly in US
1965 Bob Dylan releases The Times They Are A-Changing as a single. His first hit in the UK, it never makes the American chart.
1967 Cliff Richard tells NME that after 43 hits he's retiring from show business to teach religious instruction in secondary schools,
1968 Cream debut on US chart with Sunshine of Your Love. Their biggest American hit, it peaks at No. 5.
1968 Dr. K.C. Pollack of the University of Florida reports that tests have found that the noise generated at rock & roll concerts is harmful to hearing.
1969 Elvis Presley returns to Memphis to record there for the first time for over twelve years. At American Recording Studios he cuts In the Ghetto, Suspicious Minds and others.
1973 Free's Wishing Well hits UK chart
1973 Eric Clapton makes his stage comeback after drug addiction with concert at London's Rainbow Theatre. PeteTownsend is also on stage
1978 Elvis Presley's version of Paul Anka's "My Way" goes gold five months after his death.
1978 The Police begin recording their debut album.
1979 The Y.M.C.A. files a lawsuit against the Village People over their song, "Y.M.C.A." The suit was later dropped.
1980 Beach Boys and Starship play Los Angeles benefit concert for the people of Kampuchea.
1984 Radio 1 bans Relax by Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
1986 Members of Sex Pistols file a High Court claim against former manager, Malcolm McLaren for £1 million in unpaid royalties.
1993 Singer Bobby Brown is arrested for the second time in Augusta, for simulating a sex act onstage.
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