1942 - Tony Burrows, singer, Edison Lighthouse, (1970 UK No.1 single 'Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes'). Holds the record for having four records in the British Top Ten at once, all under different names. Edison Lighthouse ‘Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes), White Plains, ‘My Baby Loves Lovin', The Pipkins ‘Gimme Dat Ding,’ and the Brotherhood of Man's ‘United We Stand,’ all of which were hits in both the US and UK.
1945 - Born on this day, Ritchie Blackmore, guitarist, Deep Purple, Rainbow.
1963 - The Rolling Stones played at The Crawdaddy Club, Richmond. All four members of The Beatles were in the audience.
1964 - The King Bees, (featuring a young David Bowie, then David Jones), played at a wedding reception at the Jack Of Clubs in London.
1965 - Born on this day, Martyn Le Noble, Porno For Pyros.