November 22, 2008
2001 - Jazz impresario Norman Ganz dies in Geneva, Switzerland, of cancer. He is 83.
2000 - Ted Gardner, former manager of Tool, sues the members of the L.A. band, their corporation, and their publishing company, alleging breach of contract and fraud.
1997 - Michael Hutchence, lead singer of Australia's premiere pop phenomenon, INXS, is found hanging in his fifth floor suite at the Ritz- Carlton hotel in Sydney.
1997 - Bar/None artist Epick Soundtracks is found dead in London. He is 37. The artist was a member of influential band the Swell Maps.
1986 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``Human,'' Human League.
1982 - The British rock group Japan announces it is breaking up.
1971 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``Theme from `Shaft','' by Isaac Hayes. The single is the third No. 1 hit to win an Academy Award for best song.
1964 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``Leader of the Pack,'' The Shangri-Las. The group is made up of two sets of sisters from Queens, New York - Mary and Betty Weiss and twins Marge and Mary Ann Ganser.
1950 - Tina Weymouth of Talking Heads is born in Coronado, Calif.