This Day in Music
1998 - Rapper Noreaga is labeled a fugitive by police who seek the missing artist in connection with an assault at a post-concert melee. The rapper arrives four hours late for a concert, and is1998 - Rapper Noreaga is labeled a fugitive by police who seek the missing artist in connection with an assault at a post-concert melee. The rapper arrives four hours late for a concert, and is booed off stage after one song. Angry fans follow Noreaga to the parking lot, where one person reportedly throws a bicycle at the rapper's car. Noreaga and his bodyguard then allegedly beat up a 16-year-old, who is later treated for injuries and released.
1997 - The first Genesis album in six years is premiered live on a radio special and simultaneous webcast at www.atlantic-records.com. The band plays songs from its new set "Calling All Stations," its first album with singer Ray Wilson.
1997 - Dani Grace Jackson is born at Baptist Hospital in Nashville. The baby girl - weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces and measuring 21 inches long - is the third daughter for father Alan Jackson and his wife Denise. Dani joins siblings Mattie Denise, 7, and Alexandra Jane, 4.
1995 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "You Are Not Alone," Michael Jackson.
1986 - Tina Turner is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1966 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "Sunshine Superman," Donovan. Release of the song is held up for seven months because of legal problems.
1955 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: "The Yellow Rose of Texas," Mitch Miller.
1943 - Singer/actor David Soul ("Don't Give Up on Us") is born in Chicago.