1976, Dr Feelgood scored their only No.1 UK album when 'Stupidity' went to the top of the charts.
1976, One hit wonders Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'A Fifth Of Beethoven', it made No.28 in the UK.
1990, All four members of The Stone Roses were each fined £3,000 after being found guilty of criminal damage at their former record companies offices.
1993, Take That had their second UK No.1 single with 'Relight My Fire'. The song which was written and released by Dan Hartman in 1979, where it topped the US dance charts for six weeks. The Take That version featured Scottish singer Lulu and gave her a No.1 hit nearly 30 years after her first hit in 1964.
2005, Robbie Williams launched his new album 'Intensive Care' at Berlin's Velodrom. The gig was also broadcast to 27 cinemas and venues across Europe
2005, Scottish band Franz Ferdinand went to No.1 on the UK album chart with their second album 'You Could Have It So Much Better'.
1944, Born on this day, John Entwistle, bass, The Who, (1965 UK No.2 single 'My Generation' plus over 20 other UK Top 40 hits, 16 US Top 40 singles and rock opera albums 'Tommy' & 'Quadrophenia'). Entwistle died in Las Vegas on 27th June 2002.
1975, Born on this day, Sean Taro Ono Lennon was born, the only child of John Lennon by Yoko Ono. John Lennon retired from music for five years to become a house-husband. Sean went on to become a singer, songwriter, musician and actor.