In 1956 Elvis Presley appeared on ABC-TV’s ‘The Milton Berle Show’ live from the flight deck of the USS Hancock in San Diego, California.

In 1964 Bob Dylan made his first appearance on the UK charts with The Times They Are A-Changin’.

In 1967 Working on The Beatles Sgt. Pepper album at Abbey Road studios in London, George Harrison recorded his lead vocal on his song ‘Within You Without You’.

In 1969 The Doors’ Jim Morrison turned himself in to the FBI in Los Angeles. He was charged on six charges of lewd behavior and public exposure at a concert in Miami.

In 1975 Steve Miller was charged with setting fire to the clothes of a friend, Benita Diorio. When police arrived at Miller’s house, Diorio was putting out the flames, Miller then got into a fight with some of the policemen and was charged with resisting arrest.

In 1976 The Sex Pistols opened for The 101’ers at The Nashville Rooms in London.

In 1983 After completing a 29-date UK tour, U2 appeared on BBC TV Top Of The Pops performing their latest single ‘Two Hearts Beat As One’.

In 2007 Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards denied that he snorted the ashes of his late father.

In 2015 Bob Burns, the American drummer who was in the original line-up of Lynyrd Skynyrd died in a car crash in Georgia.