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2000Chris Cornell, former lead singer of Seattle's Soundgarden, and his wife, artist manager Susan Silver, become parents of a baby daughter when Lillian Jean is born.
1999Authorities search the home of hardcore rapper DMX (Earl Simmons) and his wife, Tashera as part of an investigation into the shooting of Simmons' uncle and manager, Ray Copeland; the attack, which occurred the previous day, left Copeland with a wounded foot.
1991''Paul McCartney's Liverpool Oratorio'' debuts at Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral. McCartney co-writes the 90-minute work with American-born composer Carl Davis to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Liverpool's Royal Philharmonic.
1986Wham! splits up after a final concert at Wembley Stadium, outside of London.
1977No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ''Gonna Fly Now,'' Bill Conti.
1974No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ''Sundown,'' Gordon Lightfoot.
1964No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ''I Get Around,'' The Beach Boys.
1948No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ''Woody Wood-Pecker,'' Kay Kyser Orchestra. The song tops the Billboard singles chart for six weeks and sells more than 1 million copies.
1926Actor, writer, director, producer and comedian Melvin Kaminsky (a.k.a. Mel Brooks) is born in Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooks begins his multifarious entertainment career as a drummer.
1912Conductor Sergiu Celibidache is born.


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