Latin Music Week
Karol G & Anuel AA Play 'How Well Do You Know Each Other?' | Billboard
Billboard Unveils First Latin Committee for She Is the Music Inclusion Initiative
Ozuna, Sofia Reyes, Wisin y Yandel & More at 2019 Billboard Latin Music Conference: See the Photos
Pedro Capó, Sofia Reyes & Kany García On How to Be a Pop Artist in the Urban Era: It's 'Always Going to Evolve'
This Day in Music
2005 - Country singer/songwriter Sammi Smith dies in Oklahoma City after an extended illness. She is 61. Smith took the Kris Kristofferson-penned "Help Me Make It Through The Night" to No. 1 on Billbo2005 - Country singer/songwriter Sammi Smith dies in Oklahoma City after an extended illness. She is 61. Smith took the Kris Kristofferson-penned "Help Me Make It Through The Night" to No. 1 on Billboard's country singles chart in 1970, and it also became a crossover pop hit. The song earned her a 1971 Grammy Award for best country vocal performance, female.
2005 - Legendary rock group Led Zeppelin, jazz great Art Blakey and pioneering country music act the Carter Family are among the artists who receive the Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement award at a Los Angeles ceremony one night prior to the 47th annual Grammy Awards.
1986 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``How Will I Know,'' Whitney Houston. The song displaces ``That's What Friends Are For,'' the No. 1 song by Houston's cousin, Dionne Warwick.
1983 - Pianist Eubie Blake dies at the age of 100.
1977 - The Police record their first single, ``Fall Out.''
1974 - New York rock club the Bottom Line opens.
1968 - Chynna Phillips of the group Wilson Phillips is born, the daughter of John and Michelle Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas.
1962 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``Duke of Earl,'' Gene Chandler. The song is the first million-selling record for Vee Jay Records.
1957 - No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: ``Too Much,'' Elvis Presley. The song is the first of four Presley songs to hit No. 1 in 1957, matching his 1956 record.