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1964 - The governor of Indiana asked the radio stations of his state to stop playing the Kingsmen classic “Louie Louie” after declaring the song to be pornographic.
1969 - Joni Mitchell performed at Carnegie Hall for the first time.
1977 - Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant contracted tonsillitis, which forced the band to postpone their North American tour. The rescheduled dates were shifted to June, and would mark the legendary rock band’s last American concerts.
1992 - Nevermind, the pivotal album from Nirvana, made its way to No. 1 on the charts for a second time.
1937 Don Everly of the Everly Brothers
1937 Ray Sawyer (Dr. Hook)
1948 Rick James
1968 Lisa Marie Presley
1967 Jason Cooper of the Cure
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