2008 – Grammys still on… Read more

2008 – Grammys still on…

2008 – Grammys still on. While the writers’ strike put a damper on the Golden Globes, the Writers Guild of America announced Tuesday (January 22) that the striking union will not protest the upcoming Grammy Awards, as had been expected. The unresolved writers’ strike already resulted in a scaled-back Golden Globes and was looming over […]

2006 – American Idol contestant Derrell Brittenum surrenders to Read more

2006 – American Idol contestant Derrell Brittenum surrenders to

2006 – American Idol contestant Derrell Brittenum surrenders to the Georgia police. Along with his twin brother Terrell, Brittenum performed on the hit show while being wanted on theft and forgery charges. Terrell and Derrell Brittenum caught in new ‘American Idol’ controversy By Christopher Rocchio, 01/17/2008 One American Idol mini-controversy apparently wasn’t enough for Terrell […]

1998 – Retailers in the U.S. are hit with a wave o… Read more

1998 – Retailers in the U.S. are hit with a wave o…

1998 – Retailers in the U.S. are hit with a wave of superstar releases on what the industry dubs “Super Tuesday.” Among the sets released are Garth Brooks’ “Garth Brooks: Double Live,” Whitney Houston’s “My Love is Your Love,” Mariah Carey’s “#1’s,” Jewel’s “Spirit,” and three soundtracks associated with the animated film “The Prince of […]

1998 – Mariah Carey uses her celebrity status to t… Read more

1998 – Mariah Carey uses her celebrity status to t…

1998 – Mariah Carey uses her celebrity status to try to help police find a missing 13-yearold girl. The Grammy award-winning singer joins the family of Christina Williams at a Beverly Hills, Calif., hotel to tape a public service announcement about the girl who disappeared a month earlier while walking her dog. Carey volunteered her […]

1967 Rolling Stones Ruby Tuesday US 45 Read more

1967 Rolling Stones Ruby Tuesday US 45

1967 -Rolling Stones, Ruby Tuesday, US 45. No. 1 – The Rolling Stones went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Ruby Tuesday’, the groups fourth US No.1 single. ‘Lets Spend The Night Together’ was the original A side but after radio stations banned the song ‘Tuesday’ became the A side.