2001 - Michael Jackson proves that he's "Invincible" in the U.K. as his Epic album "Invincible" goes straight to the top of the country's album chart, earning him his seventh British No. 1 album as a

2001 - Michael Jackson proves that he's "Invincible" in the U.K. as his Epic album "Invincible" goes straight to the top of the country's album chart, earning him his seventh British No. 1 album as a solo artist.

1998 - Amazon.com forms a program, "Advantage For Music," which allows unsigned artists and independent labels to sell music online.

1996 - The king of pop - Michael Jackson - announces that he and a friend, Debbie Rowe, are expecting a child, but denies a tabloid report that the couple had used artificial insemination and that Rowe had been paid to carry the baby.

1995 - Michael Jackson premieres his new single ``Earth Song'' on the German celebrity game show ``Wanna Bet?''

1987 - Bobby Nunn of the Coasters dies of a heart attack at age 61. The group's biggest hit is the No. 1 song ``Yakety Yak'' in 1958.

1978 - Boston plays in the city of Boston for the first time, a sold-out show at the Boston Garden.

1963 - The Beatles appear on London's U.K. Royal Variety Show, which is attended by the Queen Mother.

1958 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``It's Only Make Believe,'' Conway Twitty.

1954 - Singer, musician Chris Difford of the rock group Squeeze is born.

1954 - Pianist, Yanni is born.

1943 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``Paper Doll,'' The Mills Brothers.