This Day in Music
1999 - Trauma Entertainment files a $40 million breach-of-contract lawsuit against the members of Bush for failure to deliver their next album.1999 - Trauma Entertainment files a $40 million breach-of-contract lawsuit against the members of Bush for failure to deliver their next album.
1994 - Grace Slick is arrested for pointing a shotgun at police at her Tiburon, Calif., home. The former Jefferson Starship lead singer later says she has been under stress since her Mill Valley home burned down the previous fall. She lost most of her memorabilia, including some items stolen by Corte Madera firefighters (who were later fired).
1985 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Can't Fight This Feeling," REO Speedwagon.
1975 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Have You Never Been Mellow," Olivia Newton-John. The song is also a country hit for the singer, reaching No. 3 on Billboard's country singles chart.
1963 - Country & western star Patsy Cline dies in an airplane crash near Patterson, Tenn., with Grand Ole Opry stars Hawkshaw Hawkins and Cowboy Copas. Cline's biggest pop hit is "Crazy," a No. 9 song in 1961 that is written by Willie Nelson. The song receives a Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1992.
1958 - Andy Gibb is born in Manchester, England, the youngest brother of Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, a.k.a. the Bee Gees. He has three No. 1 songs, including "Shadow Dancing" in 1978. He dies March 10, 1988, of an inflammatory heart virus.
1955 - Elvis Presley makes his first TV appearance on a show called "Louisiana Hayride."