1937 – Born on this day, Billie Jo Spears, US female singer, (1975 UK No.6 single ‘Blanket On The Ground’).
1937 – Born on this day, Billie Jo Spears, US female singer, (1975 UK No.6 single ‘Blanket On The Ground’).
Mick JaggerAKA Michael Philip Jagger
Birthplace: Dartford, Kent, England
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Bisexual
Executive summary: Lead singer of the Rolling Stones
Father: Joe Jagger (school teacher, b. 1912, d. 11-Nov-2006 pneumonia)
Mother: Eva Jagger (b. 1913, d. 18-May-2000)
Brother: Chris Jagger (lead singer of Atcha, b. 5-Aug-1949)
Wife: Bianca Jagger (m. 12-May-1971, div. 1979, one daughter)
Wife: Jerry Hall (dated 1976-90, m. 21-Nov-1990, annulled 13-Aug-1999, two daughters, two sons)
Girlfriend: Chrissie Shrimpton (model, dated 1963-66)
Girlfriend: Marianne Faithfull (dated 1964-70)
Girlfriend: Marsha Hunt (actress, dated 1969-70, one daughter)
Girlfriend: Carla Bruni (model, dated 1992)
Girlfriend: Jana Rajlich (model, dated 1996)
Girlfriend: Luciana Gimenez Morad (model, dated 1998-99, one son)
Girlfriend: Vanessa Neuman (South American heiress, dated 1999)
Girlfriend: Sophie Dahl (model, granddaughter of Roald Dahl and Patricia Neal, dated early 2000s)
Girlfriend: Luann Bambrough (“L’Wren Scott”, model, dated 2004-)
Slept with: David Bowie (rock’n'roller)
Slept with: Bebe Buell (model)
Slept with: Janice Dickinson (model)
Slept with: Mackenzie Phillips (actress)
Daughter: Karis Jagger (backstage film worker, b. 4-Nov-1970 with Marsha Hunt)
Daughter: Jade Jagger (jewelry designer, b. 21-Oct-1971 with Bianca Jagger)
Daughter: Elizabeth Scarlett Jagger (model, b. 2-Mar-1984 with Jerry Hall)
Son: James Leroy Augustin Jagger (model, b. 1986 with Jerry Hall)
Daughter: Georgia May Ayeesha Jagger (b. 1993 with Jerry Hall)
Son: Gabriel Luke Beauregard Jagger (b. 1997 with Jerry Hall)
Son: Lucas Morad-Jagger (b. 1999 with Luciana Gimenez Morad)
University: London School of Economics
The Rolling Stones Lead singer
Songwriters Hall of Fame
Knight of the British Empire 2002
Public Urination 18-Mar-1965
Drug Possession: Amphetamine West Wittering, Sussex, England 12-Feb-1967, conviction reversed on appeal
Drug Possession: Marijuana London, England 28-May-1969
Drug Possession: Marijuana 18-Jul-1972
Assault Rhode Island 18-Jul-1972
Risk Factors: Marijuana
FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
Shine a Light (7-Feb-2008) Himself
Mayor of the Sunset Strip (17-Jun-2003) Himself
America: A Tribute to Heroes (21-Sep-2001) Himself
The Man from Elysian Fields (13-Sep-2001)
Moonwalker (16-Dec-1988) Himself
Live Aid (13-Jul-1985) Himself
Let’s Spend the Night Together (11-Feb-1983) Himself
Burden of Dreams (30-May-1982)
Jimi Hendrix (10-Oct-1973) Himself
Gimme Shelter (06-Dec-1970) Himself
Ned Kelly (07-Oct-1970)
Sympathy for the Devil (30-Nov-1968) Himself
1944 – Keyboardist Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer is born in the U.K. The group’s biggest album is the live triple album “Welcome Back, My Friends, to the Show That Never Ends; Ladies and Gentlemen … Emerson Lake and Palmer.” It sells more than 1 million copies and reaches No. 4. Keith Noel […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
1946 – Guitarist Duane Allman is born in Nashville, Tenn. Howard Duane Allman (November 20, 1946 – October 29, 1971) was an American, lead guitarist of the southern rock group The Allman Brothers Band, and session musician. Allman is best remembered for his brief but influential tenure in the band he helped co-found, as well […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
1954 – Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin is born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Trevor Rabin (born January 13, 1954) is a South African-American musician, best known as a guitarist and songwriter for the British progressive rock band Yes from 1983–1994, and since then, as a film composer. Biography Early years Rabin was born Trevor Charles Rabinowitz […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
1954 – Blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, widely ranked up there with Hendrix, is born in Dallas. Stephen “Stevie” Ray Vaughan (October 3, 1954 – August 27, 1990) was an American blues-rock guitarist, whose broad appeal made him an influential electric blues guitarist. and Classic Rock Magazine ranked him #3 in their list of the […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
1962 – Having just released their first single in England, the Beatles return to their Star-Club stomping grounds in Hamburg for a two-week residency. In 1977, a bootleg of their concerts there was released as Live! At the Star Club in Hamburg, Germany 1962.
1966 – In the Philippines, President Ferdinand Marcos pulls the Beatles’ police protection after his wife claims the band snubbed her by not attending one of her parties. Later, an angry mob attacks the Fab Four. “We watched ourselves, not arriving… “ -George Harrison On July 3rd, the day prior the show, The Manila Sunday […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
1969 – Famous Ash Grove, Los Angeles (home of Canned Heat and Taj Mahal) burns to the ground. The Ash Grove was a folk music club in Los Angeles, founded in 1958 by Ed Pearl and named after the Welsh folk song, “The Ash Grove.” In its short fifteen years, the Ash Grove forever altered […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Tim Curry in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” 1973 – The Rocky Horror Picture Show, starring Tim Curry, opens at a London theater,. Also, making his first time ever appearance is Meatloaf. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a 1975 musical comedy film that parodies science fiction and horror films. With a screenplay written by […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
1975 – At a gun show in Spokane, Wash., guest Ted Nugent has a gun pulled on him by an attendee. David Helfer is wrestled to the ground by the audience and security guards and later charged with “intimidating with a weapon.”
1976 – Stevie Wonder appears in this month’s issue of Down Beat magazine endorsing the Mu-Tron synthesizer effects machine. He used the gadget on his hit “Higher Ground.”
2012 – Elton John cancels shows to “The Million Dollar Piano” on This Day in Rock Music History! — 2012 – Elton John cancels shows to “The Million Dollar Piano” on This Day in Rock Music History! Last weekend Elton was treated for respiratory infection that triggered the cancelations. [...]
2006 – With a yelp of “Soul Patrol!” silver-haired… — 2006 – With a yelp of “Soul Patrol!” silver-haired Southerner Taylor Hicks is crowned the fifth season winner of “American Idol.
2006 – One of the most colorful careers in music c… — 2006 – One of the most colorful careers in music comes to a close when pioneering booking agent Ian Copeland dies in Los Angeles of melanoma. He is 57.
2005 – Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne put the Beverly Hills house that featured in — 2005 – Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne put the Beverly Hills house that featured in their reality hit The Osbournes up for sale.
2005 – Rock act Motley Crue files suit against NBC… — 2005 – Rock act Motley Crue files suit against NBC, arguing the network violated the group’s free speech rights and hurt its concert and album sales. Motley Crue say its [...]
2004 – Bruce Springsteen’s lawyers shut down an online auction of what purports to b — 2004 – Bruce Springsteen’s lawyers shut down an online auction of what purports to be the Boss’ birth certificate.
2004 – Madonna kicks off her Re-Invention tour in Los Angeles. As well as — 2004 – Madonna kicks off her Re-Invention tour in Los Angeles. As well as her own hits, she performs a cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine.”
2003 – Paul McCartney has tea with Russian premier Vladimir — 2003 – Paul McCartney has tea with Russian premier Vladimir Putin, then plays a show for 20,000 fans in Moscow’s Red Square.
1999 – An online audience watches David Bowie write and record the song — 1999 – An online audience watches David Bowie write and record the song “What’s Really Happening” in a Webcast. The Webcast implements a 360-degree FullView camera. The song turns up [...]
1998 – The first Native American Music Awards take… — 1998 – The first Native American Music Awards take place at the Fox Theater at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Conn. The show is hosted by Wayne Newton, and [...]
1998 – In an official ceremony backstage prior to … — 1998 – In an official ceremony backstage prior to Van Halen’s show at the CoreStates Spectrum, Philadelphia mayor Ed Rendell proclaims May 24th Van Halen Day in Philadelphia. Each member [...]
1996 – Musician Barney (Bernard Jean) Wilen dies a… — 1996 – Musician Barney (Bernard Jean) Wilen dies at the age of 59.
1991 – Byrds co-founder and Rock `n’ Roll Hall of … — 1991 – Byrds co-founder and Rock `n’ Roll Hall of Fame member Gene Clark dies of a heart attack at the age of 46. He is found unconscious in his [...]
1988 – OU812 (Van Halen) is released this day in rock history! — 1988 – OU812 (Van Halen) is released this day in rock history! Release date: 1988-05-24 OU812 is the eighth album by American hard rock band Van Halen, released in 1988. The album [...]
1984 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Let’s Hear I… — 1984 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Let’s Hear It for the Boy,” Deniece Williams. The song is featured in the film “Footloose.” Williams is a member of Stevie [...]
1982 – Drummer Topper Headon leaves the Clash on — 1982 – Drummer Topper Headon leaves the Clash on this day in rock!
1982 – Jefferson Starship, the Grateful Dead, Boz Scaggs, and Country Joe McDonald — 1982 – Jefferson Starship, the Grateful Dead, Boz Scaggs, and Country Joe McDonald play San Francisco’s Moscone Center to raise money for the Vietnam Veterans Project.
1979 – Patrons looking to buy tickets to Genesis’ benefit show at L.A. — Genesis 1979 – Patrons looking to buy tickets to Genesis’ benefit show at L.A.’s Roxy are surprised to find the band itself manning the box office. Proceeds from the show go [...]
1976 – In New York, Arista Records president Clive Davis pleads guilty — 1976 – In New York, Arista Records president Clive Davis pleads guilty to failing to report $8,800 in income in 1972. He is later fined $10,000.
1975 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Shining Star… — 1975 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Shining Star,” Earth, Wind & Fire.
1968 – Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull are arrested on charges of marijuana — 1968 – Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull are arrested on charges of marijuana possession. The same day the Stones release “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” generally seen as a comeback record following [...]
1965 – John Lennon publishes his second volume of prose — 1965 – John Lennon publishes his second volume of prose, A Spaniard in the Works, in England.
1964 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Love Me Do,’… — 1964 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Love Me Do,” The Beatles.
1964 – On The Ed Sullivan Show tonight, the Beatles appear in a previously — 1964 – On The Ed Sullivan Show tonight, the Beatles appear in a previously taped performance of “You Can’t Do That” from the set of A Hard Day’s Night.
1963 – Guitarist Elmore James, who influenced blues boom bands like — 1963 – Guitarist Elmore James, who influenced blues boom bands like Fleetwood Mac, dies in Chicago from a heart attack. More than 400 blues musicians attended his funeral.
1955 – Rosanne Cash is born, the daughter of Johnn… — 1955 – Rosanne Cash is born, the daughter of Johnny Cash and Vivian Liberto. Among her numerous No. 1 country singles are “My Baby Thinks He’s a Train” and “Blue [...]
1944 – Patti LaBelle (Patricia Holt) is born in Ph… — 1944 – Patti LaBelle (Patricia Holt) is born in Philadelphia. She sings with Patti LaBelle & the Blue Belles (later shortened to LaBelle), which has the No. 1 hit “Lady [...]
1941 – Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman) is born … — 1941 – Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman) is born in Duluth, Minn. His biggest hit is “Like a Rolling Stone,” a No. 2 song in 1965. Three of his albums [...]
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