<b>1993 - </b>Willie Nelson and the IRS settle their longstanding tax feud. The government will keep $3.6 million in assets it already seized and Nelson will pay $5.4 million of the $13.1 million bala
2004 - Internet leaks of the new Janet Jackson track "Just a Little While" spur Virgin Records to digitally deliver the cut to U.S. radio outlets. The Dallas Austin-produced song, a mid-tempo number marked by a prominent electric guitar melody, was apparently not officially chosen by the label as the first single from Jackson's new album, "Damita Jo," due March 30.
2001 - Songwriter Hal Blair dies at his home in Biggs, Calif. He is 85. The Kansas City, Mo.-born Blair, also a musician and actor, wrote "I Was The One" for Elvis Presley, "Ringo" for Lorne Greene, and "Ninety Miles An Hour Down A Dead End Street" For Hank Snow.
1999 - David McComb, former leader of the Triffids and Black-Eyed Susans, dies in Melbourne. He is 37. McComb had been involved in a car accident three days earlier but was not thought to have been badly injured; he dies while recovering at home.
1993 - Willie Nelson and the IRS settle their longstanding tax feud. The government will keep $3.6 million in assets it already seized and Nelson will pay $5.4 million of the $13.1 million balance.
1992 - Musician Todd Rundgren and his wife, singer Michele Gray, have a son in San Francisco. They name the child Rebop.
1983 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Africa," Toto. The group dominates the 1983 Grammy Awards, winning in six categories including Record of the Year ("Rosanna") and Album of the Year ("Toto IV").
1979 - Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols dies of a heroin overdose less than four months after fatally stabbing his girlfriend, Nancy Spungen, at New York's Chelsea Hotel.
1973 - Keith Emerson's hands are injured during a performance by Emerson, Lake & Palmer in San Francisco. His piano, rigged to explode as a stunt, detonates prematurely.
1966 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "My Love," Petula Clark. Clark is the first British woman to have two No. 1 hits in the United States - the first was "Downtown" in 1965.
1957 - Fats Domino appears on TV's "Perry Como Show" to sing his hit singles "Blueberry Hill" and "Blue Monday."