2002 - Peggy Lee, the singer-composer whose smoky, insinuating voice in such songs as "Is That All There Is" and "Fever" made her a jazz and pop legend, dies of a heart attack in Los Angeles. She is 8

2002 - Peggy Lee, the singer-composer whose smoky, insinuating voice in such songs as "Is That All There Is" and "Fever" made her a jazz and pop legend, dies of a heart attack in Los Angeles. She is 81.

2001 - Bob Dylan picks up the best original song _ motion picture honor at the 58th annual Golden Globes ceremony at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Dylan beats out tow-time nominee Bjork.

2001 - Rapper Jamal "Shyne" Barrow, a co-defendant in the gun-possession and bribery trial of Sean "Puffy" Combs, is arrested after being involved in a car accident in New York that leaves two people seriously injured. Barrow is accused of running a red light and hitting another vehicle while driving without a license.

1999 - R&B singer/pianist Charles Brown, 76, dies of congestive heart failure in Oakland, Calif. Brown scored his first hit, "Drifting Blues," in 1946 with Johnny Moore's Three Blazers.

1998 - James Brown is released from a hospital where he had been treated for an addiction to painkillers. Brown, 64, had been admitted to a Columbia, S.C., hospital Jan. 15.

1998 - Music industry veteran Dick Griffey files a $6 million lawsuit against producer/artist Dr. Dre for alleged breach of contract concerning a business deal in 1991 which would have seen Griffey earning a 25% cut of Dre's income.

1997 - Music industry legend Col. Tom Parker, the master promoter who guided Elvis Presley to stardom, dies in Las Vegas from complications from a stroke. He is 87.

1997 - Irwin Jesse Levin, whose song "Tie a Yellow Ribbon `Round the Old Oak Tree" became an unofficial anthem of the nation during the Iran hostage crisis, dies of kidney failure at the age of 58.

1987 - Roy Orbison, Smokey Robinson, Aretha Franklin, Jackie Wilson are among those inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

1984 - Soul star Jackie Wilson dies of a heart attack at the age of 49. He had six No. 1 songs on Billboard's R&B singles charts, including ``Lonely Teardrops,'' which stays at No. 1 for seven weeks in 1958.

1982 - B.B. King donates his collection of 20,000 records to the University of Mississippi.

1972 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``American Pie,'' Don McLean. The song, at 8 minutes and 27 seconds, is too long to fit on one side of a single and is split into two parts for release as a 45.

1966 - George Harrison marries Patti Boyd. The couple later divorces and she marries Eric Clapton.

1950 - Billy Ocean (Leslie Sebastian Charles) is born in Trinidad. He has three No. 1 songs, including ``Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run).''

1942 - Singer/songwriter Mac Davis (``Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me'') is born in Lubbock, Texas.

1941 - Richie Havens is born in Brooklyn, N.Y. The black singer/guitarist is an opening act at the 1969 Woodstock concert.

1937 - Tenor Placido Domingo is born.