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2000Limp Bizkit announces details of its planned 24-date "Back To Basics" tour. Kicking off July 4 and ending Aug. 6, the tour _ with rappers Cypress Hill in tow _ is to play multiple night stands in 3-5,000-capacity venues in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
1998Douglas Springsteen, the mill hand and ex-prison guard who inspired his son Bruce's songs "Adam Raised a Cain," "Independence Day," "My Hometown," "Mansion on the Hill" and "My Father's House" dies in Belmont, Calif.
1996Stone Temple Pilots bassist Robert DeLeo makes the national announcement on the Westwood Radio One Network that Stone Temple Pilots' lead singer Scott Weiland is in drug rehab and is unable to perform. The band had scheduled several free performances, which are canceled due to Weiland's unplanned absence.
1984Jerry Lee Lewis marries his sixth wife, 22-year-old Kerrie McCarver.
1977Talking Heads begins its first European tour, supporting the Ramones.
1963No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``I Will Follow Him,'' Little Peggy March. Peggy is 15 years old when the song hits the top, making her the youngest female singer ever to have a No. 1 single.
1961Bob Dylan earns a $50 session fee playing harmonica on Harry Belafonte's ``Midnight Special.''
1942Barbra Streisand is born in Brooklyn, N.Y. She ties Katharine Hepburn in 1968 for the Best Actress Oscar for her debut film role in ``Funny Girl.'' Her biggest hits are ``Love Theme from `A Star Is Born' (Evergreen),'' ``The Way We Were'' and ``Woman in Love.'' Each tops Billboard's Hot 100 for three weeks. She is presented with a Grammy Legends Award in 1992.

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