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Music - Notable Historical Events

Queen Elizabeth IJan 22, 1575

HandelJul 17, 1717

TchaikovskyMay 5, 1891

Irving BerlinFeb 17, 1932

Gloria SwansonAug 10, 1950

Buddy HollyFeb 3, 1959

George HarrisonSep 11, 1964

Christopher PlummerMar 2, 1965

Lee MarvinApr 28, 1966

Tammy WynetteNov 20, 1968

Jimi HendrixAug 18, 1969

Johnny CashOct 15, 1969

Bob DylanJun 9, 1970

Merle HaggardOct 14, 1970

Olivia Newton-JohnFeb 18, 1975

John DenverOct 13, 1975

Stevie WonderJan 16, 1978

Dolly PartonOct 9, 1978

Barry ManilowJan 12, 1979

Kenny RogersMay 2, 1979

Willie NelsonOct 8, 1979

Barbra StreisandJan 30, 1981

Michael JacksonJan 16, 1984

Lionel RichieJan 28, 1985

Whitney HoustonJan 27, 1986

Janet JacksonMar 24, 1987

Hank Williams JrApr 6, 1987

George MichaelJan 30, 1989

Paula AbdulJan 22, 1990

Billie Joe ArmstrongOct 17, 1990

Mariah CareyMar 12, 1991

Garth BrooksApr 24, 1991

Shania TwainApr 24, 1996

Alanis MorissetteDec 4, 1996

Puff DaddyFeb 27, 1998

Celine DionJan 11, 1999

Lauryn HillMar 25, 1999

Jay-ZFeb 28, 2001

Alicia KeysMar 20, 2002

EminemJan 13, 2003

LL Cool JMar 1, 2003

R. KellyMar 20, 2004

Ice CubeFeb 28, 2005

Gwen StefaniNov 22, 2005

Carrie UnderwoodApr 10, 2006

Kelly ClarksonNov 21, 2006

Jennifer HudsonMar 10, 2007

Justin TimberlakeNov 18, 2007

Taylor SwiftApr 14, 2008

RihannaNov 23, 2008

Justin BieberNov 21, 2010

AdeleNov 20, 2011

BeyoncéNov 25, 2012

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Music - Historical Events
Date Event
1575-01-22

English Queen Elizabeth I grants Thomas Tallis & William Byrd music press monopoly

1717-07-17

Handel's "Water Music" premieres on the river Thames in London

1731-12-30

1st US music concert (Peter Pelham's great room in Boston)

1742-04-13

George Frideric Handel's oratorio "Messiah" performed for the 1st time at New Music Hall in Dublin

1749-04-27

First performance of Handel's Fireworks Music in Green Park, London.

1759-12-13

1st music store in America opens (Phila)

1792-12-12

In Vienna, Ludwig Von Beethoven (22) receives 1st lesson in music composition from Franz Joseph Haydn

1833-01-08

Boston Academy of Music, 1st US music school, established

1849-12-14

1st chamber music group in US gives their 1st concert (Boston)

1888-06-29

First (known) recording of classical music made, Handel's Israel in Egypt on wax cylinder.

1891-05-05

Music Hall (Carnegie Hall) opens in NY, Tchaikovsky as guest conductor

1896-04-23

Vitascope system of movie projection 1st shown at Koster & Bial's Music Hall (NYC)

1897-05-18

Irish Music Festival 1st held (Dublin)

1898-10-06

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity founded at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.

1903-06-12

The Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is founded at the University of Michigan School of Music.

1904-09-26

Charles Kleins "Music Master" premieres in NYC

1906-12-24

Reginald A Fessenden became 1st to broadcast music over radio (Mass)

1908-11-04

Brooklyn Academy of Music opens in NYC

1921-09-22

Music Box Theater opens at 239 W 45th St NYC

1923-06-14

Recording of 1st country music hit (Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane)

1932-02-17

Irving Berlin's musical "Face the Music," premieres in NYC

1932-11-08

"Make Mine Music" debuts

1932-12-27

Radio City Music Hall opens (NYC)

1933-03-02

"King Kong," premieres at Radio City Music Hall & RKO Roxy NYC

1934-02-22

"It Happened One Night," opens at NY's Radio City Music Hall

1936-01-04

Billboard magazine publishes its 1st music hit parade

1938-10-25

The Archbishop of Dubuque, Francis J. L. Beckman, denounces Swing music as "a degenerated musical system... turned loose to gnaw away at the moral fiber of young people", warning that it leads down a "primrose path to hell".

1939-03-25

Billboard Magazine introduces hillbilly (country) music chart

1939-10-14

BMI (Broadcast Music Incorporated) formed

1941-03-29

WPAT radio in NJ begins broadcasting (country music format)

1941-05-15

Nazi occupiers in Netherlands forbid Jewish music

1947-10-02

"Music in My Heart" opens at Adelphi Theater NYC for 124 performances

1948-01-13

1st country music TV show, Midwestern Hayride, premieres on WLW Cin

1948-01-24

"Music in My Heart" closes at Adelphi Theater NYC after 124 perfs

1948-03-21

"Stop the Music" with Bert Parks premieres on ABC radio

1948-05-18

"Ballet Ballads" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 62 performances

1948-07-10

"Ballet Ballads" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 62 performances

1949-10-30

"Lost in the Stars" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 281 perfs

1949-11-25

"Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" appears on music charts

1950-02-22

Brockway & Weinstock publish "Men of Music" (rev ed)

1950-07-01

"Lost in the Stars" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 281 perfs

1950-08-10

"Sunset Boulevard", starring William Holden and Gloria Swanson, premieres at Radio City Music Hall

1951-10-08

"Music in the Air" opens at Ziegfeld Theater NYC for 56 performances

1951-11-24

"Music in the Air" closes at Ziegfeld Theater NYC after 56 perfs

1952-05-02

1st performance of John Cage's "Water Music"

1953-10-02

"Comedy in Music (Victor Borge)" opens at John Golden NYC for 849 perf

1954-12-09

Dmitri Sjostakovitsj appointed honored guest of Royal Swedish Academy of Music

1955-01-31

RCA demonstrates 1st music synthesizer

1955-12-25

Pope Pius XII encyclical on sacred music & popular music

1956-01-21

"Comedy in Music (Victor Borge)" closes at Golden NYC after 849 perfs

1957-05-27

Toronto's CHUM-AM, (1050 kHz) becomes Canada's first radio station to broadcast only top 40 Rock n' Roll music format.

1957-12-19

"Music Man" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 1375 performances

1958-04-13

12th Tony Awards: Sunrise at Campobello & Music Man win

1958-05-31

Dick Dale invents "surf music" with "Let's Go Trippin"

1959-02-03

"The Day the Music Died" plane crash kills musicians Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, J. P. Richardson and pilot near Clear Lake Iowa.

1959-05-13

Kraft Music Hall with Milton Berle last airs on NBC-TV

1959-11-16

"Sound of Music" opens at Lunt Fontanne Theater NYC for 1443 perfs

1960-02-25

John Cage's "Music for Amplified Toy Pianos," premieres

1961-04-15

"Music Man" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 1375 performances

1961-12-13

Jimmy Dean's Big Bad John album is country music 1st million $ seller

1963-02-22

Beatles begin their own music publishing company (Northern Songs)

1963-06-15

"Sound of Music" closes at Lunt Fontanne Theater NYC after 1443 perfs

1963-12-31

Jerry Garcia & Bob Weir played music together for the 1st time

1964-09-11

George Harrison forms Mornyork Ltd music publishing company

1964-11-09

"Comedy in Music-Opus 2" opens at John Golden NYC for 192 perfs

1965-03-02

"Sound Of Music" opens

1965-03-02

One of the most popular musical films of all time, "The Sound of Music", starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, is released

1965-04-24

"Comedy in Music-Opus 2" closes at John Golden NYC after 192 perfs

1966-04-28

38th Academy Awards - "Sound of Music", Julie Christie & Lee Marvin win

1967-03-06

2nd Academy of Country Music Awards

1967-06-10

15,000 attend Fantasy Faire & Magic Mountain Music Festival, Calif

1967-09-30

BBC starts its own popular music radio station (Radio 1)

1967-11-17

Beatles Ltd & Apple Music Ltd swap names

1967-12-11

Beatles' Apple Music signs its 1st group-Grapefruit

1968-04-02

Beatles form Python Music Ltd

1968-11-20

2nd Country Music Association Award: Glen Campbell & Tammy Wynette wins

1969-08-15

Woodstock Music & Art Fair opens in NY State (Max Yasgur's Dairy Farm)

1969-08-18

Woodstock Music & Art Fair closes with Jimi Hendrix / Band of Gypsys as the final act

1969-09-22

"Music Scene" debuts on ABC-TV

1969-10-15

3rd Country Music Association Award: Johnny Cash & Tammy Wynette wins

1970-02-04

"Charles Aznavour" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 23 performances

1970-02-22

"Charles Aznavour" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 23 perfs

1970-06-09

Bob Dylan given honorary Doctorate of Music at Princeton University

1970-09-28

"Words & Music" debuts on NBC-TV

1970-10-14

4th Country Music Association Award: Merle Haggard wins

1971-09-28

NY Times reports growing interest of white youth in black gospel music

1971-10-10

5th Country Music Association Award: Charlie Pride wins

1973-02-02

"Midnight Special" rock music show debuts on NBC-TV

1973-02-25

Steven Sondheim's musical "Little Night Music," premieres at Shubert Theatre in NYC (601 performances)

1973-03-25

27th Tony Awards: That Championship Season & Little Night Music win

1973-08-19

Pirate World Music Radio (Holland) closes down after 10 years

1973-09-22

"Little Night Music" opens at Majestic Theater on Broadway

1973-10-15

7th Country Music Association Award: Roy Clark wins

1974-02-13

"Rainbow Jones" opens & closes at Music Box Theater NYC

1974-02-19

1st American Music Award: Helen Reddy & Jim Croce win

1974-04-16

"Words & Music" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 127 performances

1974-08-03

"Little Night Music" closes at Shubert Theater NYC after 601 perfs

1974-08-03

"Words & Music" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 127 perfs

1974-10-14

8th Country Music Association Award: Charlie Rich

1975-02-18

2nd American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & John Denver win

1975-10-13

9th Country Music Association Award: John Denver wins

1975-12-28

1st broadcast of radio Hilversum IV (classic music)

1976-01-09

CW McCall CB song "Convoy" hit #1 on the country music charts

1976-01-31

3rd American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & John Denver win

1976-06-11

Beatles "Rock & Roll Music" LP is released in USA

1976-09-18

Rock Music Award

1976-10-11

10th Country Music Association Award: Mel Tillis wins

1976-12-20

"Music Is" opens at St James Theater NYC for 8 performances

1976-12-26

"Music Is" closes at St James Theater NYC after 8 performances

1977-01-31

4th American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & Elton John win

1977-04-18

"Side by Side" by Stephen Sondheim opens at Music Box NYC for 390 perfs

1977-09-15

Rock Music Award

1977-10-03

"Comedy with Music (Victor Borge)" opens at Imperial NYC for 66 perfs

1977-10-10

11th Country Music Association Award: Ronnie Milsap wins

1977-11-27

"Comedy with Music (Victor Borge)" closes at Imperial NY after 66 perf

1978-01-16

5th American Music Award: Stevie Wonder, Fleetwood Mac & C Twitty

1978-10-09

12th Country Music Association Award: Dolly Parton, Crystal Gayle & Don Williams wins

1978-10-10

British pop music magazine "Smash Hits" first published

1979-01-12

6th American Music Award: Barry Manilow, Linda Ronstadt win

1979-01-26

Music Center Vredenburg opens in Utrecht Neth

1979-05-02

14th Academy of Country Music Awards: Kenny Rogers & Barbara Mandrell

1979-05-31

Radio City Music Hall (NYC) reopens

1979-10-08

13th Country Music Association Award: Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers & Barbara Mandrell wins

1980-03-08

The first festival of rock music kicks off in the Soviet Union.

1980-05-01

15th Academy of Country Music Awards: Barbara Mandrell wins

1980-06-09

14th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers & Loretta Lynn

1980-10-13

14th Country Music Association Award: Barbara Mandrell, Emmylou Harris & George Jones wins

1981-01-30

8th American Music Award: Barbra Streisand & Kenny Rogers win

1981-02-19

George Harrison is ordered to pay ABKCO Music $587,000 for "subconscious plagiarism" "My Sweet Lord" with "He's So Fine"

1981-03-31

1st Golden Raspberry Awards: Can't Stop the Music wins

1981-04-30

16th Academy of Country Music Awards: Barbara Mandrell & George Jones

1981-05-12

"Lena Horne: Lady, Music" opens at Nederlander NYC for 333 perfs

1981-06-08

15th Music City News Country Awards: Mandrell Sisters

1981-10-12

15th Country Music Association Award: Barbara Mandrell & George Jones wins

1982-01-25

9th American Music Award: Pat Benatar & Kenny Rogers win

1982-02-14

"Night of 100 Stars" takes place at NY's Radio City Music Hall

1982-04-29

17th Academy of Country Music Awards: Alabama, Barbara Mandrell

1982-06-07

16th Music City News Country Awards: Barbara Mandrell

1982-06-30

"Lena Horne: Lady, Music" closes at Nederlander NYC after 333 perfs

1982-07-01

ABC national music radio network scheduled premiere (never happened)

1982-10-11

16th Country Music Association Award: Willie Nelson & Ricky Skagg

1983-01-17

10th American Music Award: John Cougar & Rick Springfield, Olivia Newton-John

1983-05-09

18th Academy of Country Music Awards: Alabama & Willie Nelson

1983-06-06

17th Music City News Country Awards: Marty Robbins & Roy Acuff

1983-10-10

17th Country Music Association Award: Alabama wins

1984-01-16

11th American Music Award: Pat Benatar & Michael Jackson win

1984-05-14

19th Academy of Country Music Awards: Alabama

1984-06-04

18th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers

1984-10-08

18th Country Music Association Award: Alabama wins

1985-01-28

12th American Music Award: Cyndi Lauper & Lionel Richie win

1985-05-08

20th Academy of Country Music Awards: Alabama & Judds win

1985-06-10

19th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers, B Mandrell

1985-08-10

Michael Jackson buys ATV Music (every Beatle song) for $47 million

1985-10-14

19th Country Music Association Award: Ricky Skaggs wins

1986-01-27

13th American Music Award: Whitney Houston, Huey Lewis & C Gayle

1986-04-14

21st Academy of Country Music Awards: G Strait, Alabama, R McEntire

1986-06-09

20th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers & Loretta Lynn

1986-10-13

20th Country Music Association Award: Reba McEntire wins

1987-01-26

14th American Music Award: Whitney Houston, Lionel Richie & Alabama

1987-03-24

1st Soul Train Music Awards: Janet Jackson, Luther Vandross win

1987-04-06

22nd Academy of Country Music Awards: Randy Travis & Hank Williams Jr

1987-06-08

21st Music City News Country Awards: Randy Travis

1987-07-01

WHN-AM in NY City changes call letters to WFAN (now WEVD) replacing WHN's country music, WYNY-FM adopts country music format

1987-10-12

21st Country Music Association Award: Hank William Jr wins

1988-01-25

15th American Music Award: Anita Baker, Paul Simon & Whitney Houston

1988-03-21

23rd Academy of Country Music Awards: Randy Travis & Hank Williams Jr

1988-03-30

2nd Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston win

1988-04-14

"Mail" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 36 performances

1988-05-14

"Mail" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 36 performances

1988-06-06

22nd Music City News Country Awards: Randy Travis & Statler Brothers

1988-10-10

22nd Country Music Association Award: Highway 101, K T Oslin win

1989-01-30

16th American Music Award: Randy Travis & George Michael wins

1989-04-10

24th Academy of Country Music Awards: Hank Williams Jr, Alabama

1989-04-12

3rd Soul Train Music Awards: Anita Baker, Bobby Brown win

1989-04-13

"Welcome to the Club" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 12 perfs

1989-04-22

"Welcome to the Club" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 12 perfs

1989-06-05

23rd Music City News Country Awards: R Van Shelton & Randy Travis

1989-10-09

23rd Country Music Association Award: George Strait, Kathy Mattea wins

1989-11-15

"Few Good Men" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 497 performances

1990-01-22

17th American Music Award: Paula Abdul & Bobby Brown win

1990-03-14

4th Soul Train Music Awards: Soul II Soul, Janet Jackson win

1990-04-09

World's largest bunny hop at Radio City Music Hall (NYC)

1990-04-25

25th Academy of Country Music Awards: Clint Black & Kathy Mattea win

1990-06-04

24th Music City News Country Awards: R Van Shelton & Patty Loveless

1990-08-03

"Little Night Music" opens at New York State Theater NYC for 11 perfs

1990-10-08

24th Country Music Association Award: George Strait wins

1990-10-17

Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong drops out of school to pursue a career in music

1990-11-07

"Little Night Music" closes at New York State NYC after 11 perfs

1990-11-26

1st Billboard Music Awards: M.C. Hammer & Janet Jackson win

1991-01-26

"Few Good Men" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 497 performances

1991-01-28

18th American Music Award: M C Hammer & Janet Jackson

1991-03-12

5th Soul Train Music Awards: Johnny Gill, Mariah Carey win

1991-04-04

"Lucifer's Child" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 28 performances

1991-04-24

26th Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks

1991-04-27

"Lucifer's Child" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 28 perfs

1991-06-10

25th Music City News Country Awards: Ricky Van Shelton

1991-06-23

"Weird Al" Yankovic records "Babalu Music"

1991-07-09

"Little Night Music" opens at New York State Theater NYC for 7 perfs

1991-08-10

"A Little Night Music" closes at New York State NYC after 7 perfs

1991-10-03

25th Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Tanya Tucker & Vince Gill wins

1991-11-07

"Park Your Car in Harvard Yard" opens at Music Box NYC

1991-12-09

2nd Billboard Music Awards: Michael Jackson & Whitney Houston win

1992-01-27

19th American Music Award: C & C Music Factory, Michael Bolton win

1992-02-06

"Late Night's 10th Anniversary Show At Radio City Music Hall" on NBC

1992-02-22

"Park Your Car in Harvard Yard" closes at Music Box NYC

1992-03-10

6th Soul Train Music Awards: Natalie Cole, Color Me Badd win

1992-04-27

"Small Family Business" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 48 perfs

1992-04-29

27th Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks

1992-06-07

"Small Family Business" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 48 perfs

1992-06-08

26th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Garth Brooks

1992-09-30

26th Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks wins

1992-12-09

3rd Billboard Music Awards: Garth Brooks, Ropin' The Wind win

1993-01-25

20th American Music Award: Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey win

1993-03-09

7th Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Mary J. Blige win

1993-04-25

"Blood Brothers" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 839 performances

1993-05-11

28th Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks wins

1993-06-07

27th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Vince Gill

1993-09-29

27th Country Music Association Award: Vince Gill wins

1993-12-08

4th Billboard Music Awards: Whitney Houston, The Bodyguard Soundtrack win

1994-02-07

21st American Music Award: Whitney Houston wins

1994-03-07

The Supreme Court of the United States rules in Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc.that parodies of an original work are generally covered by the doctrine of fair use.

1994-03-15

8th Soul Train Music Awards: Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston win

1994-05-03

29th Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks wins

1994-06-06

28th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Ray Stevens

1994-10-05

28th Country Music Association Award: Vince Gill & Pam Tillis wins

1994-12-07

5th Billboard Music Awards: Ace of Base & Mariah Carey win

1995-01-30

22nd American Music Award: Boyz II Men & Ace of Base win

1995-03-13

9th Soul Train Music Awards: Boyz II Men, Anita Baker win

1995-04-30

"Blood Brothers" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 839 perfs

1995-05-10

30th Academy of Country Music Awards: Reba McEntire wins

1995-06-05

29th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Reba McEntire

1995-10-04

29th Country Music Association Award: Krauss Jackson win

1995-10-22

"Swinging On a Star" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 97 perfs

1995-12-06

6th Billboard Music Awards: TLC & Hootie & The Blowfish win

1996-01-14

"Swinging On a Star" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 97 perfs

1996-01-29

23rd American Music Award: Garth Brooks wins

1996-03-27

"State Fair" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 118 performances

1996-03-29

10th Soul Train Music Awards: Patti Labelle, Boyz II Men

1996-04-24

31st Academy of Country Music Awards: Shania Twain

1996-06-10

30th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson

1996-06-30

"State Fair" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 118 performances

1996-09-05

MTV Video Music Awards

1996-10-02

30th Country Music Association Award: Brooks & Dunn win

1996-12-04

7th Billboard Music Awards: Alanis Morissette win

1997-01-27

24th American Music Award: Toni Braxton & Alanis Morissette win

1997-03-08

11th Soul Train Music Awards: Curtis Mayfield, Babyface win

1997-03-25

"Barrymore" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 240 performances

1997-04-23

32nd Academy of Country Music Awards: LeAnn Rines & Brooks & Dunn

1997-06-16

31st Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & LeAnn Rimes

1997-09-24

31st Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

1997-11-02

"Barrymore" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 240 performances

1997-12-04

"Diary of Anne Frank" opens at Music Box Theater NYC

1997-12-08

8th Billboard Music Awards: LeAnn Rimes & Spice Girls win

1998-01-26

25th American Music Award: Spice Girls & Babyface win

1998-02-27

12th Soul Train Music Awards: Puff Daddy, Whitney Houston win

1998-03-12

"Sound of Music," opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC

1998-04-22

33rd Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

1998-06-15

32nd Music City News Country Awards: Neal McCoy, Lorrie Morgan & Billy Ray Cyrus wins

1998-09-23

32nd Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

1999-01-11

26th American Music Award: Celine Dion & Eric Clapton win

1999-03-25

13th Soul Train Music Awards: Luther Vandross, R. Kelly & Lauryn Hill win

1999-05-05

34th Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks, Faith Hill & Tim McGraw wins

1999-09-22

33rd Country Music Association Award: Shania Twain, Martina McBride & Tim McGraw wins

2000-01-08

"Music City Miracle", with 16 seconds left in the AFC Wild Card Playoff Game, the Tennessee Titans' Lorenzo Neal handed the ball to Frank Wycheck, who then lateraled the ball across the width of the field to his teammate, Kevin Dyson, who in turn ran the length of the field down the sideline for the game-winning touchdown to defeat the Buffalo Bills 22-16

2000-01-17

27th American Music Award: Shania Twain & Will Smith win

2000-03-04

14th Soul Train Music Awards: Prince, Whitney Houston, DMX & Mary J. Blige win

2000-05-30

35th Academy of Country Music Awards: Shania Twain, Faith Hill & Tim McGraw wins

2000-06-14

34th Country Weekly Presents the TNN Music Awards: George Strait & Faith Hill wins

2000-10-04

34th Country Music Association Award: Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill & Tim McGraw wins

2001-01-08

28th American Music Award: Faith Hill & Kid Rock win

2001-01-09

Apple announced iTunes at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco, for organizing and playing digital music and videos. Now widely used by Windows and Mac users.

2001-02-28

15th Soul Train Music Awards: The Isley Brothers, Destiny's Child & Jay-Z win

2001-05-08

36th Academy of Country Music Awards: Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill & Toby Keith wins

2001-06-13

35th TNN & CMT Country Weekly Music Awards: George Strait, Faith Hill & Alan Jackson wins

2001-11-07

35th Country Music Association Award: Tim McGraw, Lee Ann Womack & Toby Keith wins

2002-01-09

Michael Jackson receives the Artist of the Century award at the American music awards

2002-01-09

29th American Music Award: Janet Jackson & Lenny Kravitz win

2002-03-20

16th Soul Train Music Awards: The O'Jays, Dr. Dre & Alicia Keys wins

2002-05-22

37th Academy of Country Music Awards: Brooks & Dunn, Martina McBride & Alan Jackson wins

2002-06-12

36th CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards: Dixie Chicks, Martina McBride & Kenny Chesney wins

2002-11-06

36th Country Music Association Award: Alan Jackson & Martina McBride wins

2003-01-13

30th American Music Award: Sheryl Crow & Eminem win

2003-03-01

17th Soul Train Music Awards: LL Cool J, Mariah Carey & Nelly win

2003-04-07

37th CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards: Toby Keith & Martina McBride wins

2003-05-21

38th Academy of Country Music Awards: Toby Keith, Martina McBride & Kenny Chesney wins

2003-11-05

37th Country Music Association Award: Alan Jackson & Martina McBride wins

2004-03-20

18th Soul Train Music Awards: R. Kelly, Janet Jackson, Outkast & Beyoncé win

2004-04-21

38th CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards: Toby Keith, Shania Twain & Kenny Chesney wins

2004-05-26

39th Academy of Country Music Awards: Toby Keith & Martina McBride wins

2004-06-23

Bob Dylan accepts honorary doctor of music degree from the University of St Andrews, Scotland's oldest university

2004-11-09

38th Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride & Keith Urban wins

2004-11-14

31st American Music Award: Sheryl Crow, Usher & Kenny Chesney win

2005-02-28

19th Soul Train Music Awards: Ice Cube, Usher & Ciara win

2005-04-11

39th CMT Music Awards: Keith Urban, Gretchen Wilson & Kenny Chesney wins

2005-05-17

40th Academy of Country Music Awards: Kenny Chesney, Gretchen Wilson & Keith Urban wins

2005-11-15

39th Country Music Association Award: Keith Urban & Gretchen Wilson wins

2005-11-22

32nd American Music Award: Gwen Stefani, Will Smith & Kelly Clarkson win

2006-03-04

20th Soul Train Music Awards: Jamie Foxx, Destiny's Child & John Legend win

2006-04-10

40th CMT Music Awards: Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood & Kenny Chesney wins

2006-05-23

41st Academy of Country Music Awards: Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans & Keith Urban wins

2006-07-30

World's longest running music show Top of the Pops is broadcast for the last time on BBC Two. The show had aired for 42 years.

2006-11-06

40th Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood & Keith Urban wins

2006-11-21

33rd American Music Award: Kelly Clarkson, Sean Paul & Rascal Flatts win

2007-03-10

21st Soul Train Music Awards: Jermaine Dupri, Jennifer Hudson win

2007-04-16

41st CMT Music Awards: Carrie Underwood & Kenny Chesney wins

2007-05-15

42nd Academy of Country Music Awards: Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley wins

2007-11-07

41st Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley wins

2007-11-18

34th American Music Award: Fergie, Justin Timberlake & Carrie Underwood win

2008-04-14

42nd CMT Music Awards: Taylor Swift & Trace Adkins wins

2008-11-12

42nd Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley wins

2008-11-23

35th American Music Award: Rihanna & Chris Brown win

2009-04-05

44th Academy of Country Music Awards: Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley wins

2009-06-17

43rd CMT Music Awards: Taylor Swift & Brad Paisley wins

2009-11-03

23rd Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Charlie Wilson & Chaka Khan win

2009-11-11

43rd Country Music Association Award: Taylor Swift & Brad Paisley wins

2009-11-22

36th American Music Award: Taylor Swift & Michael Jackson win

2010-06-09

44th CMT Music Awards: Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert & Keith Urban wins

2010-11-10

44th Country Music Association Award: Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2010-11-21

37th American Music Award: Lady Gaga & Justin Bieber win

2010-11-28

24th Soul Train Music Awards: Ron Isley, Anita Baker win

2011-05-22

19th Billboard Music Awards: Eminem, Recovery win

2011-05-25

46th Academy of Country Music Awards: Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert & Brad Paisley wins

2011-06-08

45th CMT Music Awards: Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2011-11-09

45th Country Music Association Award: Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2011-11-11

25th Soul Train Music Awards: Cee-Lo Green, Jill Scott win

2011-11-20

38th American Music Award: Adele, Bruno Mars & Taylor Swift win

2012-05-20

20th Billboard Music Awards: Adele, 21 win

2012-06-06

46th CMT Music Awards: Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert & Luke Bryan wins

2012-11-01

46th Country Music Association Award: Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert wins

2012-11-18

39th American Music Award: Katy Perry & Justin Bieber win

2012-11-25

26th Soul Train Music Awards: Miguel, Beyoncé win

2013-04-06

48th Academy of Country Music Awards: Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert & Jason Aldean wins

2013-05-19

21st Billboard Music Awards: Taylor Swift, Red win

2013-06-05

47th Country Music Association Award: George Strait, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2013-06-05

47th CMT Music Awards: Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2013-11-08

27th Soul Train Music Awards: Miguel, Tamar Braxton win

2013-11-24

40th American Music Award: Taylor Swift & Justin Timberlake win

2016-04-04

Chris Stapleton scores big at Country Music awards

2016-04-26

Sales soar for late singer Prince as his music tops Billboard charts

2017-01-17

Gunman Kills 5 at International Music Festival in Mexico

2017-05-22

Drake wins record 13 Billboard Music awards

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Music - Notable Birthdays

HandelFeb 23, 1685

Christopher PlummerDec 13, 1929

James BrownMay 3, 1933

Julie AndrewsOct 1, 1935

Richard BransonJul 18, 1950

Sharon OsbourneOct 9, 1952

DidoDec 25, 1971

Music - Birthdays
Date Event
1571-02-15

Michael Praetorius, Kreuzberg Germany, composer (Syntagma music)

1591-06-16

Joseph Solomon Delmedigo, Italian physician, mathematician, and music theorist (d. 1655)

1685-02-23

George Frideric Handel, Halle Germany, baroque composer and (Messiah, Water Music)

1708-05-03

Johann Adolph Scheibe, German music theroist/composer

1710-02-07

William Boyce, English organist/composer of Cathedral music

1719-03-30

John Hawkins, England, wrote 1st history of music

1720-08-12

Martin Gerbert, [von Hornau], prince-abbot/music historian

1726-04-12

Charles Burney, English music historian (d. 1814)

1767-05-04

Tyagaraja, Composer of Indian classical Carnatic music (d. 1847)

1769-08-30

Bonifacio Asioli, composer/music writer

1773-08-29

Raphael G Kiesewetter, Austria musicologist (Arab Music)

1784-07-27

Andre-Georges-Louis Onslow, English/French composer (chamber music)

1788-08-26

Aloys Schmitt, German music theory/composer/royal pianist

1791-02-01

Charles J Sax, Belgian music instrument builder

1795-05-15

Adolf B Marx, German music theorist

1799-04-13

Heinrich F L Rellstab, German music theorist

1816-11-17

August W Ambros, Austria musicologist (History of Music)

1821-02-21

Charles Scribner, US, music publisher (Scribner Catalog)

1824-01-14

Vladimir Stasov, Russian art and music critic (d. 1906)

1825-09-11

Eduard Hanslick, German music critic (d. 1904)

1826-08-27

Hermann Kipper, music teacher/critic/composer

1840-09-09

Gentil T Antheunis, Flemish poet/music/composer

1846-06-04

Josef Sittard, music writer

1848-07-16

Henri[cus A] Viotta, Dutch conductor/composer (Lexicon of Music)

1851-07-07

Charles Tindley, American gospel music composer (d. 1933)

1854-09-17

Hans Muller, music historian

1855-11-01

Guido Adler, Austria, musicologist (Still in the Music)

1859-06-22

Frank Heino Damrosch, author/musician/teacher (found Inst of Music)

1859-12-22

Cecil [James] Sharp, London England, collector of English folk music and dance

1860-03-13

Hugo Wolf, The Music Teacher

1866-10-06

Reginald Aubrey Fessenden, broadcast 1st program of voice & music

1869-08-20

Frank Lawlor, Shave It with Music

1870-02-12

Marie Lloyd, English music-hall performer (d. 1922)

1870-12-14

Edward Royce, Words and Music

1871-05-18

Frances McCardell, Music Is Magic

1873-07-27

Marie Kendall, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1874-03-03

Fred Rath, Paramount Headliner: The Magic of Music

1874-07-26

Serge Koussevitzky, Tanglewood Music School and Music Festival

1875-08-09

Reynaldo Hahn, French composer, conductor, music critic and diarist

1876-04-28

Sable Fern, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1877-12-14

Lieven Duvosel, Flemish music writer/composer (Leiecyclys)

1879-08-13

John Ireland, Prom 2: Music from Great British Films

1881-07-11

Rupert Dell, The Music Swindlers

1882-01-17

Ida Barr, Music-Hall Cavalcade

1882-03-01

Ida Moore, Altoona Ks, actress (Mr Music, Ma & Pa Kettle at Waikiki)

1882-11-13

John Lowry, Mount Vernon NY, NYC builder (Radio City Music Hall)

1883-11-06

Hubert Bath, British film composer and music director

1884-9-27

Bruno Zirato, What Does Music Mean?

1886-06-13

Art Hickman, Music and Lyrics

1888-02-03

Harry Adams, Music Fiends

1888-02-08

Matthijs Vermeulen, Dutch composer/music critic

1889-01-16

Daisy Dormer, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1889-03-29

Howard Lindsay, The Sound of Music

1889-10-19

Uncle Art Satherly, entertainer (1968 Acad of Country Music Award)

1890-06-22

Pierre Luboshutz, Designs in Music

1890-12-04

William Brockway, Music for Millions

1890-9-22

Peter Meremblum, They Shall Have Music

1891-01-06

Emanuel Bay, Of Men and Music

1891-06-21

Hermann Scherchen, Berlin Germany, conductor (Nature of Music)

1892-02-09

Peggy Wood, The Sound of Music

1892-08-26

Richard C. Currier, The Music Box

1893-06-29

Aarre Merikanto, Finnish composer (12-tones music)

1893-10-30

Willi Apel, German/US musicologist (Harvard dictionary of music)

1894-01-16

Irving Mills, American jazz music publisher (d. 1985)

1894-02-23

Mildred Dilling, Adventure in Music

1896-07-03

Doris Lloyd, The Sound of Music

1896-11-23

Joris Vriamont, Flemish author/music publisher

1896-11-25

Virgil Thomson, KC Mo, composer/music critic (4 Saints in 3 Acts)

1897-01-01

Catherine Drinker Bowen, The Music Lovers

1897-12-09

Hermione Gingold, London England, actress (Gigi, Music Man)

1898-01-09

Gracie Fields, [Stansfield], England, music hall/vaudeville performer

1898-10-17

Shinichi Suzuki, Nagoya, Japanese music teacher (Suzuki Method)

1901-04-06

Willem Pelemans, Flemish composer/music reviewer

1901-12-25

Duchess Alice of Glouchester, The 1950's: Music, Memories & Milestones

1902-01-08

Alexander Gray, Wrightsville Pa, actor (This is Music)

1902-05-18

[Robert] Meredith Willson, Mason City Iowa, composer (Music Man)

1902-06-17

Sammy Fain, American popular music composer (d. 1989)

1902-06-22

David Burns, actor (Music Man, Hello Dolly!)

1902-12-05

Morris Goldsmith, Film Music Masters: Jerry Goldsmith

1903-01-20

Jens August Schade, People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart

1903-02-17

Jacques Fray, The Jacques Fray Music Room

1903-03-28

Rudolf Serkin, Eger Bohemia, pianist (Marlboro Sch of Music)

1903-11-01

Max Adrian, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Irish actor (Devils, Music Lover)

1904-12-15

Kermit Bloomgarden, producer (Diary of Anne Frank, Music Man)

1905-01-26

Maria Augusta von Trapp, Austria, singer, inspired "Sound of Music", (d. 2014)

1905-03-10

Richard Haydn, The Sound of Music

1905-03-27

Roberta Hyson, Music Hath Harms

1906-05-17

Zinka Milanov, Festival of Music

1906-06-28

Safford Cape, US/Belgian conductor/composer/music historian

1906-08-16

Irene Taylor, Everybody Likes Music

1906-11-07

Walter M. Scott, The Sound of Music

1906-11-13

Conrad Thibault, Northbridge Mass, singer (Jacques Fray Music Room)

1906-12-18

Edwin H "Buddy" Morris, music publisher

1907-01-12

Ben Nye, The Sound of Music

1907-02-02

Louis S. Kaye, Flying with Music

1907-04-11

William Henry Swinburne, music teacher

1907-05-18

Clifford Curzon, Music!

1907-06-25

Bill Spangenberg, The Music Man

1907-07-04

Howard Taubman, American music and theater critic (d. 1996)

1907-10-14

Pert Kelton, The Music Man

1907-10-27

Helmut Walcha, German organist (church music)

1907-11-30

Happy Felton, Music with a Smile

1907-9-04

Paul Lockwood, The Sound of Music

1908-02-06

George Hurdalek, The Sound of Music

1908-03-08

Theodore Saidenberg, They Shall Have Music

1908-03-17

Arthur Macrae, She Shall Have Music

1908-03-28

Eleanor Warner, The Music Show

1908-04-06

Bernard Dougall, Let's Make Music

1908-05-02

Glenn 'Skippy' Delfino, The Sound of Music

1908-05-08

Fred Hynes, The Sound of Music

1908-06-13

L.B. Abbott, The Sound of Music

1908-06-14

Vina Gale, Words and Music

1908-08-13

Boris Leven, The Sound of Music

1908-08-25

Ray Heindorf, The Music Man

1909-02-21

George G F van Renesse, Dutch pianist/music director

1909-03-06

Dave Clark, music promoter/songwriter

1909-08-10

Claude Thornhill, Columbia Thrills of Music 9952: Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra

1910-03-13

Richard Norris, Music Hall Parade

1910-03-16

Eric Gurney, Make Mine Music

1910-07-28

Lillian Drew, Man from Music Mountain

1910-10-10

Alan Frank, music publisher

1910-10-22

Harry Hickox, The Music Man

1910-11-29

Louis Levy Jr, music publisher

1910-12-01

Sam Leve, Music for Christmas

1910-12-25

David Lichine, [Lichtenstein], Russian/US dancer (Make Mine Music)

1910-12-25

David Lichine, Make Mine Music

1910-9-12

Shep Fields, Shep Fields and His New Music with Ken Curtis

1911-01-04

Margaret Donovan, The Sound of Music

1911-03-26

T. Hee, Make Mine Music

1911-04-05

Goddard Lieberson, They Said It with Music: Yankee Doodle to Ragtime

1911-04-18

Orrick Barrett, The Sound of Music

1911-07-20

Bill Dillard, Murder with Music

1911-10-01

Irwin Kostal, The Sound of Music

1911-11-21

Andy Engman, Make Mine Music

1912-01-26

Cora Baird, The Sound of Music

1912-02-16

Machito "Frank Grillo", Florida, bandleader (created salsa music)

1912-02-19

Stan Kenton, [Newcomb], Wichita Ks, jazz musician (Music 55)

1912-04-11

Saul Wurtzel, The Sound of Music

1912-06-19

Jerry Jerome, Brooklyn New York, American saxophonist (Words & Music)

1912-11-17

Neely Plumb, The Sound of Music

1912-11-20

Jirí Stuchal, Music from Mars

1913-01-23

Stany Cordier, Paris Music Hall

1913-05-12

Joe Phillips, The Music Man

1913-06-11

Risë Stevens, We Must Have Music

1913-10-15

Irene Shirley, Start the Music

1913-10-27

Boyd Raeburn, Columbia Thrills of Music: Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra

1913-12-12

Robert Pagent, Music for Christmas

1913-12-14

Rosalyn Tureck, Real Music

1914-01-11

Dorothy Jeakins, The Sound of Music

1914-02-08

Jules van Ackere, Flemish musicologist (Eternal Music)

1914-03-07

Morton DaCosta, Phila, director (Island of Love, Music Man)

1914-03-07

Morton DaCosta, The Music Man

1914-04-07

Ralph Flanagan, Music on the Double

1914-04-30

Sid Weiss, Make Mine Music

1914-07-01

Sara Seegar, The Music Man

1914-10-02

Bernarr Rainbow, historian of music education, organist, and choir master (d.1998)

1914-12-11

Cousin Jody, From Nashville with Music

1914-12-13

George "Tiger" Haynes, guitarist/actor (Land Without Music, Guv'nor)

1914-9-10

Robert Wise, The Sound of Music

1914-9-28

Maria von Trapp, Climbed Every Mountain: The Story Behind the Sound of Music

1915-02-03

Bill Miller, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

1915-06-02

Walter Tetley, They Shall Have Music

1915-08-23

Graciela, You Can't Stop the Music

1915-9-15

Phil Brito, Music Man

1916-01-04

Lionel Newman, American film music composer (d. 1989)

1916-03-13

Ina Ray Hutton, Thrills of Music: Ina Ray Hutton and Orchestra

1916-04-22

Yehudi Menuhin, The Music of Man

1916-05-12

Albert Murray, Bluesland: A Portrait in American Music

1916-05-23

Tatiana Riabouchinska, Make Mine Music

1916-07-04

Al Fisher, Country Music Holiday

1916-07-23

Ben Weber, St Louis Missouri, composer (Thorne Music Award-1965)

1916-12-17

Ken Smoothey, She Shall Have Music

1916-9-15

Janet Reed, Music of Williamsburg

1917-01-10

Jerry Wexler, music producer (Aretha Franklin/Bob Dylan)

1917-02-06

Arthur Gold, Adventures in Music

1917-02-08

Al Shea, The Music Man

1917-07-17

Red Sovine, American country music singer (d. 1980)

1917-08-09

Brian Sullivan, Portraits in Music

1917-10-02

Francis Jackson, organist & master of Music/York minister

1917-10-25

Mary Elliott, Heavenly Music

1917-9-26

Franklin Lacey, The Music Man

1918-01-13

Lester Sill, pioneer music publisher/record producer

1918-01-15

Jerry Wald, Columbia Thrills of Music: Jerry Wald and His Orchestra

1918-02-04

Norman Wisdom, London England, comedian (Kraft Music Hall)

1918-02-11

Dorothy Kelly, Flying with Music

1918-05-02

Pearlee Toliver, Rhythm 'n' Bayous: A Road Map to Louisiana Music

1918-06-08

Robert Preston, Newton MA, actor (Music Man, Mame, Last Starfighter)

1918-06-08

Robert Preston, The Music Man

1918-07-05

George Rochberg, The Mind of Music

1918-07-06

Eugene List, Phila Penn, pianist/prof (Eastman School of Music)

1918-08-12

Sid Bernstein, New York, NY, music producer/promoter (Beatles, Rolling Stones), (d. 2013)

1918-10-16

Stoney Cooper, Country Music on Broadway

1918-9-09

Vern Reed, The Music Man

1919-01-16

Bob Boucher, Kent Ohio, orchestra leader (Music on Ice)

1919-01-19

Gilchrist Stuart, The Sound of Music

1919-01-19

Ray Eberle, Columbia Thrills of Music: George Towne and His Orchestra

1919-05-31

Chet Gierlach, music publisher/composer

1919-06-05

Marjorie Woodworth, Flying with Music

1919-07-19

Rollin Sullivan, Country Music Caravan

1919-08-13

Rex Humbard, He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley

1919-10-13

Marion Hargrove, The Music Man

1919-12-25

Naushad Ali, Indian music director (d. 2006)

1919-9-16

Andy Russell, Make Mine Music

1920-02-26

Beryl DeBeeson Pandit, Adventures in Music

1920-02-28

Edward Kassner, music publisher

1920-04-12

Robert Fizdale, Adventures in Music

1920-05-02

Preben Neergaard, People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart

1920-06-20

Cliff Ferre, Make Mine Music

1920-07-23

Robert Patrick, From Nashville with Music

1920-08-23

Kenneth Lawson, Face the Music

1920-10-25

Florence Klotz, A Little Night Music

1920-12-17

Armin Mueller-Stahl, Tilsit East Prussia, actor (Kafka, Music Box)

1921-03-17

Penelope Martin, The Music Man

1921-05-12

Joe (born Otis W.) Maphis, Suffolk, Virginia, American country music guitarist

1921-06-21

Herbert Greene, The Music Man

1921-07-13

Charles Scribner Jr, music publisher (Scribner)

1921-08-04

Herb Ellis, Oscar Peterson: Music in the Key of Oscar

1921-11-13

Joonas Kokkonen, Sources of Finnish Music

1922-04-04

Elmer Bernstein, NYC, movie music composer (Robot Monster)

1922-05-16

Otmar Suitner, A Father's Music

1922-05-22

Walter Scheuer, Music of the Heart

1922-06-26

Eleanor Parker, The Sound of Music

1922-06-26

Nellie Hill, Murder with Music

1922-07-07

Artie Malvin, US music director (Julie LaRosa/Steve Lawrence)

1922-08-06

Pamela Matthews, The Sound of Music

1922-11-15

Paul Acket, Dutch publisher/organizer (Music Express, North Sea Jazz)

1922-12-16

Cy Leslie, American music and video executive (d. 2008)

1923-01-21

Carl Marlow, Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall

1923-03-13

Lon Stucky, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

1923-03-18

Adnia Rice, The Music Man

1923-04-30

Percy Heath, The Old, Weird America: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music

1923-05-20

Edith Fellows, Music in My Heart

1923-07-02

Janette Carter, America's Music: The Roots of Country

1923-07-08

Bibi Lindqvist, Music in Darkness

1923-10-23

Ned Rorem, Richmond Indiana, composer/author (Sky Music)

1923-12-23

Günther Schifter, Austrian music journalist

1923-9-08

Alan Weeks, Facing the Music: The Return of Torvill and Dean

1923-9-27

Lou Marks, Country Music Holiday

1924-01-04

Thomas Foulkes, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

1924-02-24

Lionel Dakers, director (Royal School of Church Music)

1924-04-23

Arthur Frackenpohl, Irving NJ, composer (Natural Superiority of Music)

1924-06-29

T. Tommy Cutrer, Music City U.S.A.

1924-08-31

Buddy [Leonard] Hackett, Bkln, comedian (God's Little Acre, Music Man)

1924-11-03

Marc Breaux, The Sound of Music

1924-12-14

Marion Morgan, singer (Stop the Music)

1924-12-16

Mildred Miller, Festival of Music

1925-03-13

Roy Haynes, US jazz drummer (Trio Music with Chick Corea)

1925-05-26

Juana Bacallao, Los Zafiros: Music from the Edge of Time

1925-06-08

Barbara Bush, 25th Annual Country Music Association Awards

1925-07-17

Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life

1925-07-19

Sue Thompson, American pop and country music singer

1925-07-19

Lee R. Bobker, Isaac Stern: A Life - A Biography in Music

1925-07-21

Virginia Ellis, They Shall Have Music

1925-08-09

Robert Heppener, composer (Hymns & Conversations, Movie Music)

1925-08-17

Michael Lland, Holiday in Music

1925-08-28

Billy Grammer, American country music singer and guitarist

1925-11-26

Eugene Istomin, Great Conversations in Music

1925-9-07

Laura Ashley, Music of the Heart

1926-01-02

Harold Bradley, 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards

1926-02-02

Wanda Lewis, Struther Ohio, actress (This is Music, Paul Dixon Show)

1926-03-26

Chuck Stubbs, They Shall Have Music

1926-05-24

Joyce De Young, The Andrews Sisters: Queens of the Music Machines

1926-07-29

Mary Louise Zeyen, They Shall Have Music

1926-08-15

Paul Michael, Music Within

1926-08-22

Bobby Flanigan, Moments to Remember: My Music

1926-9-14

Richard Ellsasser, Of Men and Music

1927-02-02

Edwina Pierce, They Shall Have Music

1927-02-17

Louise Scruggs, The Three Pickers: Legends of American Music

1927-03-20

John Pierre Herman Joubert, composer (Chamber Music for brass quintet)

1927-05-28

Gyorgy Ligeti, Transylvania, Romania, composer of contemporary classical music

1927-05-28

David Swain, The Music Man

1927-06-02

André Vandernoot, The Music Teacher

1927-08-12

Peggy Mondo, The Music Man

1927-09-08

Harlan Howard, American country music songwriter (d. 2002)

1927-10-25

Barbara Cook, Atlanta Ga, stage singer/actress (Music Man)

1928-03-12

Phil Jones, principal (Trinity College of Music)

1928-05-06

Frank Bouley, Mr. Music

1928-07-14

Pierre Olaf, Cauderan France, actor (Kraft Music Hall)

1928-07-30

James Trittipo, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

1928-08-28

James Wild, music teacher

1928-08-28

Ustad Vilayat Khan, The Music Room

1928-08-30

Johnny Mann, Balt Md, music director (Johnny Mann Stand Up & Cheer)

1929-01-15

"Queen Ida" Guillory, Ziadaco music

1929-02-08

Rosemarie Trapp, The Sound of Music: From Fact to Phenomenon

1929-04-09

Harvey Lichtenstein, pres (Bkln Academy of Music)

1929-06-23

Dave King, Twickenham England, comedian (Kraft Music Hall)

1929-12-13

Christopher Plummer, Toronto Ontario, Canadian actor (Sound of Music, Doll's House)

1929-9-06

Clive Cazes, The Music Lovers

1929-9-22

Dolores Hawkins, Thrills of Music: Gene Krupa and His Orchestra

1930-07-10

Mark Malkovich III, The 2007 Newport Music Festival: Connoisseur's Collection

1930-08-01

Lionel Bart [Begleiter], Stepney, London, English pop music composer and writer (Oliver!)

1931-01-25

Stikkan, Stig Anderson, music entrepreneur

1931-03-07

C W Stubblefield, music promoter

1931-04-25

Helen Ramsay, Lawrence Welk and His Champagne Music

1931-05-14

Eleonore Von Trapp-Campbell, The Sound of Music: From Fact to Phenomenon

1931-05-20

Tommy Gumina, Harry James and His Music Makers

1931-9-09

Katharina Wolpe, Stationary Music

1932-02-11

Jerome Lowenthal, Phila, pianist/prof (Jerusalem Academy of Music)

1932-02-16

Lee Venora, The Infinite Variety of Music

1932-04-07

Cal Smith, 8th Annual Country Music Association Awards

1932-04-26

Francis Lai, French film music composer

1932-05-19

Claude Blanchard, Music Hall

1933-01-02

Stephen Schneck, When the Music Stopped

1933-05-03

James Brown, Barnwell, South Carolina, American soul singer (Hot Pants, Living in America) and originator of funk music (d. 2006)

1933-12-05

Bernard van Beurden, Dutch composer/music educator

1934-01-30

Tammy Grimes, Lynn Mass, actress (Can't Stop the Music)

1934-01-30

Melvin Endsley, From Nashville with Music

1934-04-17

Don Kirshner, rock & roll producer (invented bubblegum music)

1934-06-07

Samuel Lipman, music critic

1934-06-07

Wynn Stewart, From Nashville with Music

1934-10-07

[Everett] LeRoi Jones, [Amiri Baraka], US writer (Black Music)

1934-10-15

Poul Borum, People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart

1934-9-17

Robin Ray, 100 Years of Russian Piano Music

1935-01-13

Nick Clooney, Moments to Remember: My Music

1935-03-29

Gordon Mumma, Music with Roots in the Aether: Opera for Television by Robert Ashley

1935-07-27

David Cheshire, Rude Songs: Vaudeville & Music Hall

1935-10-01

Julie Andrews, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, actress/singer (Sound of Music, Mary Poppins)

1935-10-01

Julie Andrews, The Sound of Music

1936-01-09

Peter Fletcher, music teacher

1936-12-23

Frederic Forrest, Waxahachie TX, actor (Music Box, Lonesone Dove)

1937-03-08

Raynoma Singleton, Motown 40: The Music Is Forever

1937-05-02

Lorenzo Music, Brooklyn New York, American writer/actor/voice (Carlton-Rhoda, Garfield)

1937-05-02

Lorenzo Music, The Bob Newhart Show

1937-06-29

Basil Thompson, The Music of the West

1937-10-08

Hazel Medina, Music of the Heart

1937-11-30

Miúcha, The Music According to Antonio Carlos Jobim

1938-02-14

Timmy Everett, The Music Man

1938-03-18

Charley Pride, 9th Annual Country Music Association Awards

1938-04-02

Warner Mack, Music City U.S.A.

1938-04-04

Susan Luckey, The Music Man

1938-08-22

Dale Hawkins, music writer (Suzy Q)

1938-10-06

Danniebelle Hall, Family Reunion: A Gospel Music Celebration

1939-01-17

Johannes Von Trapp, The Sound of Music: From Fact to Phenomenon

1939-04-05

Ronnie White, Music and Lyrics

1939-05-03

Jonathan David Harvey, English composer (Bhakti, Music of Stockhausen)

1939-06-06

Louis Andriessen, M Is for Man, Music, Mozart

1939-07-16

Laurence Guittard, A Little Night Music

1939-08-26

Fred Milano, Gotta Travel On: Remembering When the Music Died

1940-03-10

Dean Torrence, LA Cal, surf music singer (Jan & Dean-Little Old Lady)

1940-05-06

Murry Sidlin, The Mind of Music

1940-06-20

Royal S. Brown, Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann

1940-08-25

José van Dam, The Music Teacher

1940-10-27

Anthea Joseph, music producer

1940-11-17

Luke Kelly, Irish folk music singer and banjo player

1940-11-29

Seán Cannon, The Meteor Ireland Music Awards 2004

1940-12-09

Sammy Strain, The 17th Annual American Music Awards

1940-12-12

Dionne Warwick, The 2nd Annual Soul Train Music Awards

1941-05-22

Bruce Rowland, The Passing Show: The Life and Music of Ronnie Lane

1941-07-18

Stephen Holden, Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends

1941-07-20

Jirí Grossmann, Crime in a Music Hall

1941-10-07

Tony Slyvester, My Music: Funky Soul Superstars

1942-01-13

Frank Knapp Jr., Music City

1942-01-16

René Angélil, Canadian music executive

1942-01-21

Mac Davis, Lubbock, Texas, American country music singer-songwriter, actor (Mac Davis Show, North Dallas 40)

1942-06-27

Frank Mills, pianist/composer/arranger (Music Box Dancer)

1942-12-27

Charmian Carr, The Sound of Music

1942-9-09

Luther Simmons, My Music: Funky Soul Superstars

1943-03-21

Alan Jordan, Whale Music

1943-9-10

Daniel Truhitte, The Sound of Music

1944-03-04

Alan Dubreuil, The Music Lovers

1944-12-11

Michael Lang, Music

1944-12-19

Stuart Colman, Love Me Tender: A Tribute to the Music of Elvis Presley

1945-03-14

Walter Parazaider, Chicago Presents an Evening of Holiday Music and Greatest Hits

1945-08-23

Pete Fornatale, Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation

1945-09-26

Bryan Ferry, England, rocker (Roxy Music-Let's Stick Together)

1945-11-20

Martin Levin, Paul Quarrington: Life in Music

1946-01-04

Arthur Conley, McIntosh County, Georgia, US soul singer (Sweet Soul Music), (d. 2003)

1946-01-12

Cynthia Robinson, Dance to the Music

1946-01-22

Hal Gaba, Music and Lyrics

1946-02-05

Boris Bukowski, Amadeus Music Awards

1946-04-10

Anne Boyd, Facing the Music

1946-05-19

Sylvie Fennec, The Music Teacher

1946-07-23

Andy MacKay, London, rock sax/oboe (Roxy Music-Dance Away)

1946-12-26

James Burton Yockey, Reno's Old Time Music Festival

1946-9-28

Larry Breeding, Street Music

1947-03-01

Bobbie Poledouris, Basil Poledouris: His Life and Music

1947-03-23

Lynda McMurray, Music Hall

1947-07-25

Geoff Leonard, Nobody Does It Better: The Music of James Bond

1947-11-13

Ronald E. Giles, The Music of Erich Zann

1947-11-28

Noriko Kurosawa, The Music

1947-12-13

Kerstin Lofjärd, Popular Music

1947-12-14

Christopher Parkening, Los Angeles California, guitarist (transcribed sacred music)

1947-9-12

Christopher Dedrick, The Saddest Music in the World

1948-02-20

Billy Zoom, X: The Unheard Music

1948-03-15

Steve Nisbett, Urgh! A Music War

1948-05-02

Larry Gatlin, 13th Annual Music City News Awards

1948-12-11

Luc Jabon, The Music Teacher

1948-12-20

Alan Parsons, London, audio engineer/music producer (The Dark Side of the Moon, Let it Be)

1948-12-25

Barbara Mandrell, Opryland Celebrates 200 Years of American Music

1948-9-11

Robin Anderson, Facing the Music

1949-05-05

David Toop, Pass It On: Music and Learning

1949-08-23

John Bauldie, music journalist/dylanologist

1949-08-27

Jeff Cook, Fort Payne Ala, country guitar/vocalist (Alabama-Mt Music)

1949-12-03

Heather Menzies-Urich, The Sound of Music

1949-12-13

Randy Owen, Fort Payne Ala, country music star (Alabama-Mt Music)

1949-12-25

Simone Bittencourt de Oliveira, Singer and icon of the Brazilian music

1950-05-15

Nicholas Hammond, The Sound of Music

1950-05-20

Andy Johns, The Cult: Music Without Fear

1950-07-18

Richard Branson, London, British music enterperneur (Virgin Atlantic)

1950-07-18

Glenn Hughes, Can't Stop the Music

1950-12-12

Duane Chase, The Sound of Music

1950-12-13

Davey O'List, rocker (Roxy Music)

1951-01-31

Phil Manzanera, rock guitarist (Roxy Music-Let's Stick Together)

1951-02-26

Lee Atwater, James Brown: The Man, the Music, & the Message

1951-03-05

Fernando Vanucci Jr., MTV Video Music Brasil 2006

1951-04-18

Hans Erik Lerchenfeld, Danish Music Awards 2003

1951-05-13

Paul Thompson, rock drummer (Roxy Music)

1951-07-04

Ralph Johnson, The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song

1951-07-21

Eddie Pruett, Music Hall America

1951-08-03

Johnny Graham, The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song

1951-08-22

Gordon Dexheimer, Music to My Ears

1952-01-15

Ray Simpson, Can't Stop the Music

1952-01-22

Teddy Gentry, Fort Payne Ala, country music star (Alabama-Mt Music)

1952-03-11

Sylvia Rhone, 2014 Revolt Music Conference Recap Special

1952-03-19

Jeanne Beker, The New Music

1952-08-13

Marie Helvin, The Sound of Music

1952-10-09

Sharon Osbourne, Brixton, South London, music manager, TV personality and wife of Ozzy Osbourne (X-Factor, America's Got Talent)

1952-9-09

Angela Cartwright, The Sound of Music

1953-01-17

Jeff Berlin, Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe: An Evening of Yes Music Plus

1953-02-11

Alan Rubin, music figure (Blues Brothers)

1953-04-11

Sven Gaul, Danish Music Awards 2003

1953-06-01

Ronnie Dunn, 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards

1953-07-22

Paul Quarrington, Whale Music

1954-01-01

Mikey Dread, Deep Roots Music

1954-02-19

Francis Buchholz, Moscow Music Peace Festival

1954-03-17

Lesley-Anne Down, London, actress (A Little Night Music, Moonraker)

1954-05-25

John Strysik, The Music of Erich Zann

1954-12-02

Danielle Alexander, Fort Worth Tx, country music pianist

1954-12-16

Ivana Spagna, Music Farm 3

1954-12-25

Robin Campbell, Urgh! A Music War

1955-01-13

Freddie White, The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song

1955-04-18

Nino Jacusso, Shana: The Wolf's Music

1955-04-20

Chris Balton, When the Music's Over

1955-04-23

György Emõd, Music Box

1955-04-28

Eddie Jobson, rock violinist (Zappa, UK, Roxy Music-For Your Pleasure)

1955-05-12

Kix Brooks, 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards

1955-06-03

Alberto Fortis, Music Farm 3

1955-08-18

Georg Olesen, Danish Music Awards 2003

1955-12-08

D.J. Bonebrake, X: The Unheard Music

1956-02-28

Guy Maddin, The Saddest Music in the World

1956-03-26

Charly McClain, 14th Annual Music City News Awards

1956-05-10

Fred Plotkin, Reneé Fleming & Bryn Terfel: Music Under the Stars

1956-05-25

David P. Sartor, American music composer

1956-06-05

Mindy Jostyn, Can You Hear the Music

1956-10-30

Jerry L. Buxbaum, Music Within

1956-9-05

Debbie Turner, The Sound of Music

1957-03-13

David Peaston, The 4th Annual Soul Train Music Awards

1957-05-11

Marco Sisi, Ennio Morricone: Music for the Eyes

1957-05-14

Dan Gallagher, Mr. Music

1957-06-07

Aleksandr Marshal, MTV Russia Music Awards 2008

1957-06-17

Tracy Gershon, Hairdos and Heartache: The Women of Country Music

1957-10-07

Jayne Torvill, Facing the Music: The Return of Torvill and Dean

1957-11-20

Jim Brown, Urgh! A Music War

1957-11-23

John "Jellybean" Benitez, music producer

1958-01-25

Gary Brian Tibbs, London, rock bassist (Adam & The Ants, Roxy Music)

1958-01-26

Anita Baker, The 17th Annual American Music Awards

1958-03-10

Reza Bagher, Popular Music

1958-03-16

Mark Maine, Music High

1958-04-23

Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson, Icelandic music composer

1958-06-04

Selwyn Brown, Urgh! A Music War

1958-06-27

Baygali Serkebaev, MTV Russia Music Awards 2008

1958-07-10

Bela Fleck, Obstinato: Making Music for Two

1958-07-24

Pam Tills, Country music artist

1958-07-27

Christopher Dean, Facing the Music: The Return of Torvill and Dean

1958-08-04

Kym Karath, The Sound of Music

1959-02-19

Rusty Weaver, Let Me Hear the Music

1959-06-01

Alan "Wild"er, English rock vocalist/music (Depeche Mode-Wild!)

1959-06-22

Nicola Sirkis, Sex & Music

1960-01-20

Scott Thunes, Does Humor Belong in Music?

1960-04-28

Peter Pistanek, Music

1960-05-07

Adam Bernstein, American music video/television director

1960-07-12

Jean Petitclerc, Music Hall

1960-08-06

Anne Roussel, The Music Teacher

1960-10-04

Francesco Baccini, Music Farm 2

1961-08-05

Mark O'Connor, Music of the Heart

1961-08-08

Daniel House, American music executive

1961-08-13

Stuart Maconie, English music writer and broadcaster

1961-11-17

Anastasia Geras, The Saddest Music in the World

1961-9-02

Paula Leggett Chase, The Sound of Music Live!

1962-01-31

Sophie Muller, Music video director

1962-02-10

Paul Gallagher, Behind the Music

1962-02-17

Samuel Bayer, American music video director

1962-05-02

Ty Herndon, Music City USA

1962-05-05

Martin Birney, Behind the Music

1962-05-29

Semino Rossi, Amadeus - Austrian Music Awards

1962-07-22

Steve Albini, Dude! Where's My Music?

1962-08-28

David Fincher, American music video and film director

1963-06-11

Gioia Bruno, The 17th Annual American Music Awards

1963-08-15

Billy Griffith, Music and Lyrics

1963-08-27

Downtown Julie Brown, MTV Video Music Awards 1991

1963-09-10

Bill Stevenson, American music producer and musician

1963-12-31

Bret McKinney, Music Within

1964-02-25

Jon Rutherford, On Music Row

1964-05-09

Kevin Saunderson, American music producer and disc jockey

1964-05-26

Lasse Beischer, Popular Music

1964-05-28

Phil Vassar, American country music singer

1964-07-07

Dominik Henzel, Dance Music Now

1964-07-20

Kool G. Rap, Music of the Heart

1964-08-09

Hoda Kotb, 2012 CMT Music Awards

1964-08-14

Keith Howland, Chicago Presents an Evening of Holiday Music and Greatest Hits

1964-08-17

Carrie Grant, Facing the Music

1964-10-08

Trisha Cole, Music to Fuck to: Once, Twice, Three Times a Labia

1964-12-18

Cledus T. Judd, CMT Flame Worthy Video Music Awards Pre-Party

1964-12-25

Tim Royes - Music Video Director and Editor

1965-03-20

William Dalrymple, Sufi Soul: The Mystic Music of Islam

1965-04-08

Danny Losito, Music Farm 2

1965-04-15

James Clow, First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb

1965-05-07

Gene Hardy, Whale Music

1965-05-13

Lari White, American country music singer

1965-05-24

Zita Zenda, Where's the Music At?

1965-06-05

John R. Cuti, Music of the Heart

1965-06-08

Rob Pilatus, The 17th Annual American Music Awards

1965-10-01

Michaele Salahi, Neal and Michaele: The Winter Wonderland Wedding and Music Event

1965-11-11

Kim Stockwood, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

1965-9-24

Dale, I Love Music

1966-02-13

Freedom Williams, rock vocalist (C&C Music Factory-Everbody Dance Now)

1966-04-15

Samantha Fox, Samantha Fox: Making Music

1966-05-13

Kamen Vodenicharov, Balkan Music Awards

1966-05-18

Olivier Podesta, J'aime le music-hall

1966-08-19

Lee Ann Womack, Race to the Red Carpet: 2006 Country Music Awards

1966-10-12

Brian Kennedy, The Music of Northern Ireland

1966-12-03

Vince Pesce, The Music Man

1966-12-15

Peter Lashway, T-Time TV: Manila Luzon and Latrice Royale 'Da Chop' Music Video Review

1966-12-30

Andrew Shapter, Before the Music Dies

1967-04-07

Artemis Gounaki, composer, writer and music producer

1967-04-22

Silvia Mezzanotte, Music Farm 3

1967-04-30

Filipp Kirkorov, MTV Russia Music Awards 2008

1967-05-07

Doni, Music Idol

1967-05-27

Gerardina Trovato, Music Farm 2

1967-08-08

Erik Norberg, Popular Music

1967-12-11

DJ Yella, American DJ and music producer (N.W.A)

1967-9-23

Garner Haines, Mega Music Maker

1968-02-18

Don Rigsby, The Rhythm of My Soul: Kentucky Roots Music

1968-02-25

Evridiki, The Music School

1968-05-04

Sofia Arvaniti, MAD Video Music Awards '14 by Airfasttickets: Happy Music Nation

1968-07-08

Catrice Joseph-Hart, Shapes of Rhythm: The Music of Galt MacDermot

1968-08-01

Jill Trenary, Facing the Music: The Return of Torvill and Dean

1968-08-19

Mark McGuinn, country music singer

1968-10-17

Baglan Sadvakasov, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1968-10-22

Roma Roth, The Music in Me

1968-10-29

Tsunku, Japanese music producer

1968-11-16

Oleg Pungin, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1968-11-18

Romany Malco, American actor and music producer

1968-11-25

Erick Sermon, American rap music artist

1968-12-05

Joe Alary, 2000 Much Music Video Music Awards

1968-12-11

Evgeniy Zvidennyy, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1968-12-27

Lanette Ware, Music and Lyrics

1968-9-28

Sean Levert, The 15th Annual American Music Awards

1969-03-28

Rodney Atkins, American country music singer-songwriter

1969-07-05

Esil Duran, Music Idol

1969-09-24

Donald DeGrate, Jr., American music producer

1969-11-03

Robert Miles, Swiss record producer, composer and musician in trance and ambient music.

1970-01-05

Rick Campanelli, 2004 Much Music Video Music Awards

1970-01-11

Stephen Oetjen, 2012 CMT Music Awards

1970-06-08

Kwame Kilpatrick, High Tech Soul: The Creation of Techno Music

1970-06-16

Alan Nash, Juice Music

1970-07-02

Marcelo Cabrera, FM 2004: The Freedom of Music

1970-07-12

Mattias Paulsson, Popular Music

1970-07-24

Elli Kokkinou, Mad Video Music Awards 2009

1970-08-13

Lisa Nilsson, Velkommen til danish music awards 2003

1970-08-16

Daniel Stewart Sherman, Music and Lyrics

1970-08-25

Jo Dee Messina, American country music singer

1970-12-12

Colette Desjardins, The Saddest Music in the World

1970-12-22

Peter Menzies, MTV Video Music Awards 2001

1970-9-03

Haydain Neale, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

1970-9-09

Shaun Axton, Mama Mae: The Life and Music of Mae Boren Axton

1970-9-11

Michael Sylvester, Hope City Music Video

1970-9-17

Jun Chuma, Bravo Music

1971-02-19

Mattias Lindblom, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1971-02-24

Leda Battisti, Music Farm 3

1971-02-28

Brian Comerford, Ink Music: In the Land of the Hundred-Tongued Lyricist

1971-03-31

Veronica Bozza, 2009 CMT Music Awards

1971-04-30

Carolyn Dawn Johnson, The 30th Annual American Music Awards

1971-04-30

Micah McGurk, The 30th Annual American Music Awards

1971-06-17

Paulina Rubio, 2004 MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamerica

1971-07-25

Roger Creager, American country music singer-songwriter

1971-10-16

Craig Phillips, TV's Funniest Music Moments

1971-12-25

Dido, Kensington, London, pop singer and rap/dance music vocalist (Eminem's 'Stan', 'No Angel')

1972-01-15

Tod Modisett, Behind the Music

1972-02-13

Ely Guerra, MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2002

1972-02-25

Vesna Pocuca-Sana, Little Night Music

1972-03-25

Todd Calvert, The CMT Music Awards

1972-06-07

Christopher Pitbladdo, MTV Europe Music Awards 2003

1972-07-20

Jenny B., Music Farm 3

1972-08-03

Patrik Isaksson, Velkommen til danish music awards 2003

1972-10-03

Lajon Witherspoon, Dude! Where's My Music?

1972-11-18

Jessi Alexander, American country music singer/songwriter

1972-9-01

Pete Hentrich, Behind the Music

1973-04-05

Pharrell, American music producer (The Neptunes)

1973-04-30

Aliyah Silverstein, Behind the Music

1973-05-14

Clare Teal, The Andrews Sisters: Queens of the Music Machines

1973-05-22

Yuriy Tsaler, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1973-06-28

Gloria, Music Idol

1973-07-14

Ulla Glud, Danish Music Awards 2008

1973-08-06

Bryen Shannon, The Sound of Music Live!

1973-08-15

Atom Willard, The Offspring Complete Music Video Collection

1973-08-24

Cory Parella, Witness Protection: Filmed Music Video & Two Commentaries Edition

1973-12-24

William Cooper, Music Store Massacre

1974-01-05

Fredrik Broman, Popular Music

1974-05-11

Simone Tomassini, Music Farm 2

1974-05-24

Mariela Mastrangelo, MTV Video Music Awards 2004

1974-08-01

Chris McDaniel, Music City USA

1974-10-18

Maureen Egan, Playback Director's Series: The Music Videos of Maureen Egan & Matthew Barry

1974-10-28

Ryan E. Heppe, The Magic Was in the Music

1974-11-01

Dave Rentauskas, Inventing: Music

1974-11-24

Machel Montano, COTT Music Awards 2008

1974-12-23

Benjamin D. Kuchera, Steal Away: Music of the Underground Railroad

1974-12-31

Véronique Cloutier, Music Hall

1974-9-19

Roque, Music Day

1975-01-08

Harris Jayaraj, Indian music composer

1975-02-08

Peggy Zina, Mad Video Music Awards 2009

1975-02-25

Chelsea Handler, MTV Video Music Awards 2010

1975-03-02

Aleksey Tagantsev, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1975-03-03

Albert Fields, Music Day

1975-04-04

Matthew Cason, Behind the Confessions: The Life, the Music and the Revival of Radney Foster

1975-04-06

Damon Pampolina, Music Day

1975-04-17

Trifun Zivanovic, Reflections on Ice: Michelle Kwan Skates to the Music of Disney's 'Mulan'

1975-05-02

Kate Baldwin, First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb

1975-05-14

Mathias Rozpendowski, Sex & Music

1975-05-23

Brent Miller, "The Festival" - Ultra Music

1975-05-25

David Kater, Music Day

1975-07-13

Braden Danner, Music Day

1975-07-30

Tiffini Hale, Music Day

1975-08-05

Dan Hipgrave, UK Music Hall of Fame: Biggest Selling Artists of the 21st Century

1975-08-20

Rob Beckley, 35th Annual GMA Music Awards

1975-10-06

Beth Joy Knutsen, MTV Video Music Awards 1999

1975-11-18

Shawn Camp, 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards

1975-12-09

Damhnait Doyle, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

1975-12-20

Tors Grantham, Music and Monsters

1975-9-20

Christopher Obal, We Walk the Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash

1976-03-12

Simon Young, English music journalist

1976-04-10

Jamie Eason, Streetfighter Music Video

1976-04-16

Lukas Haas, actor (Music Box, Witness, Testament, Leap of Faith)

1976-04-18

Noah Henson, 35th Annual GMA Music Awards

1976-05-25

John P. Holstein, 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards

1976-06-06

Lukas Hass, actor (Mars Attacks, Lady in White, Witness, Music Box)

1976-06-22

Terra McNair, Music Day

1976-07-01

Andrea Elisabeth Rudolph, Nordic Music Awards 2005

1976-07-22

Nina Moric, Music Star

1976-07-26

Jorge Santos, Music and Lyrics

1976-08-21

Kalel, 35th Annual GMA Music Awards

1976-11-03

Trevi Sawalich, Music Within

1976-12-23

Nayan Gauba, BBC Music Awards 2014

1976-9-07

Blain Carson, Music Day

1977-01-17

Steven Sawalich, Music Within

1977-02-28

Jason Aldean, CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock

1977-04-23

Larry 'Jazz' Anthony, The 25th Annual American Music Awards

1977-05-16

Alex J. Johnson, Music Beat

1977-06-10

Nergal, Dude! Where's My Music?

1977-06-16

Kelly Jerusha DeBoer, It Happened in Country Music

1977-06-17

Jason Minor, Music Day

1977-07-01

Keigo Hayashi, Japanese music artist

1977-07-02

Jennifer McGill, Music Day

1977-10-01

Christel Takigawa, 3D Music Studio

1977-12-24

Theresa Algots, 2005 American Music Awards

1977-9-15

Adam Holz, Follow My Voice: With the Music of Hedwig

1978-04-26

Brooke Tansley, Music and Lyrics

1978-05-04

Erin Andrews, 2015 CMT Music Awards

1978-05-23

Ryan Karels, The Music Never Stopped

1978-05-25

Christophe Murdock, Breaker One Niner/The Herpees/Civic Minded Five/Jag Offs: Live at Music Dimensions 1/25/00

1978-05-29

Howlin' Pelle Almqvist, MTV Video Music Awards 2002

1978-06-28

Simone Patrizi, Music Farm 3

1978-08-17

Andrea Kimmey Baca, 35th Annual GMA Music Awards

1978-09-14

Danielle Peck, country music singer

1978-10-16

Abel Talamantez, Music of the Heart

1978-11-06

Daniella Cicarelli, MTV Video Music Brasil 2007

1978-9-10

'Woody' Green, The 25th Annual American Music Awards

1978-9-17

Li Zeng, The Music Box

1978-9-21

Joshua Alvarez, The 31st Annual American Music Awards

1978-9-22

Rachel Mordecai, MTV Video Music Awards 2001

1979-01-14

Laura Bono, Music Farm 3

1979-01-21

Ilana Miller, Music Day

1979-04-09

Albina Dzhanabaeva, MTV Russia Music Awards 2008

1979-04-12

Lloyd D'Souza, The Music of You

1979-07-14

Scott Porter, Music and Lyrics

1979-08-02

Emma Hallin, Popular Music

1979-08-29

Jack Marchetti, The Evolution of a Gen-X Music Purchaser

1979-10-08

Dante LaTreche, MTV Video Music Awards 1998

1979-10-27

Wezley Morris, The Charlie Horse Music Pizza

1979-11-21

Katerina Kristelová, T-music

1979-12-28

Vyacheslav Zarubov, MTV Russia Music Awards 2008

1979-9-05

Edward Coakley, American Music Makers

1979-9-07

Matej Krajcovic, Music

1979-9-24

Aleksey Lyubchik, MTV Russia Music Awards 2008

1979-9-27

Dustin Harris, Old Man Music

1980-01-20

Jeff Reece, Ink Music: In the Land of the Hundred-Tongued Lyricist

1980-02-24

Anton Gustafsson, Swedish rock music fan (d. 2003)

1980-02-25

Jennifer Ortega, 2012 CMT Music Awards

1980-03-01

Anna Semenovich, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1980-08-18

Scott Slone, Old Man Music

1980-08-29

Jason Clay, MTV Video Music Awards 2000

1980-10-24

Monica Arnold, MTV Video Music Awards 1998

1980-9-09

Katie Stevens, 2015 MTV Video Music Awards

1980-9-23

Bianca Schwarzjirg, Amadeus Austrian Music Awards 2012

1981-02-02

Michelle Bass, TV's Funniest Music Moments

1981-02-12

Zorana Becic, Little Night Music

1981-05-02

Amanda Murphy, 2012 CMT Music Awards

1981-05-29

Rachel Tucker, The Music of Northern Ireland

1981-07-04

Thomas James Scott, My Kind of Music

1981-07-07

Paula Meronek, MTV Video Music Awards 2008

1981-07-21

Claudette Ortiz, MTV Video Music Awards 2001

1981-08-04

Sarah Mitchell, Mr. Music

1981-10-09

Peter Hill, British Music Photographer

1981-10-20

Danielle Kimmey, 35th Annual GMA Music Awards

1981-11-02

Lennaire Manigault, American Music Makers

1981-12-24

Dima Bilan, MTV Russia Music Awards 2008

1982-02-13

Lanisha Cole, Music Video Beauties: Superstars!

1982-03-12

Jacky Elastic, The 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards

1982-04-05

Milidrag Milidrag, Mr. Music

1982-04-07

Kenny Santucci, MTV Video Music Awards 2008

1982-04-21

Jimmy McAndrew, Dewey McCloud: Music & Your Melody Within

1982-08-04

Emil Kieri, Popular Music

1982-08-23

Eilfie Music, The Devil in Syracuse

1982-08-25

Leon Shepard, Let You Go: Official Junkyard Groove Music Video

1982-10-22

Daniel M. Johnson "The Untouchable DJ Drastic", American DJ, music industry professional, and radio presenter

1982-11-07

Pascal Leclaire, 2004 Much Music Video Music Awards

1983-02-19

Lindzi Scharf, What You Don't Hear: The Music Industry

1983-03-11

Jade Harlow, Old Man Music

1983-03-24

Anthony De La Cruz, MTV Video Music Awards 2007

1983-04-30

Aaron Johnson, 2004 Much Music Video Music Awards

1983-07-19

Lindsay Edwards, 2008 CMT Music Awards

1983-07-26

Jordan Bloch, Passion for Music

1983-10-09

Alex Moseley, The Legion of Supervillains the Official Music Video

1983-10-23

Samantha Hale, Map the Music

1983-10-31

Annika Marklund, Popular Music

1983-11-22

Jessica Honeycutt, MTV Video Music Awards 2010

1983-9-16

Katerine Avgoustakis, MAD V1deo Music Aw@rds 2010

1983-9-17

Mark Kanemura, MTV Video Music Awards 2009

1984-03-29

Valentine Rei, MTV Europe Music Awards 2001

1984-03-30

Justin Moore, CMA Music Fest 2010

1984-04-01

Olga Rei, MTV Europe Music Awards 2001

1984-04-20

Dustin Reid, The Rocketboys: Marching to the Palace - Music Video

1984-04-30

Tyler Wilkinson, The 25th Annual American Music Awards

1984-05-25

Kostas Martakis, MadWalk by Vodafone: The Fashion Music Project

1984-07-18

Liv Boeree, Dude! Where's My Music?

1984-10-08

Matthew Sakimoto, MTV Video Music Awards 2008

1984-10-28

Joshua Miller, 2010 American Music Awards

1984-11-12

Kristen Gandy, Sex Machine: Official Glamoure Music Video

1984-9-28

Brittany Flickinger, MTV Video Music Awards 2008

1985-03-07

Andre Fluellen, 2007 Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl

1985-04-09

Markéta Jakslová, T-music

1985-06-24

Bethany Carkhuff, MTV Video Music Awards 2008

1985-10-21

Christopher Katrandjian, Music of the Heart

1985-11-24

Julia Alexandratou, Music Bee

1985-12-11

Samantha Ponder, 2011 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl

1985-9-17

Jimmy Jansson, Nordic Music Awards 2004

1986-01-22

Olga Koryagina, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1986-02-01

Jessica Weber, MTV Video Music Awards 2010

1986-03-03

Ryan Jin, The Music Mac

1986-03-24

Marcelle Dias, MTV Video Music Awards 2008

1986-04-21

Natalya Friske, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

1986-07-18

Ryan Rey Tackett, Live Music

1986-10-10

Andrew McCutchen, American Music Awards 2013

1987-05-07

Rob LeDonne, MTV Video Music Awards 2010

1987-06-01

Eamonn McCrystal, The Music of Northern Ireland

1987-08-07

Matthew Cressey, London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony: A Symphony of British Music

1987-08-26

Cammy Dana, The Day the Music Died

1987-08-30

Andreas af Enehjelm, Popular Music

1987-10-25

Webstar, 21st Annual Soul Train Music Awards

1987-11-02

Guy Kent, The Day the Music Died

1988-03-30

Danica Thrall, The Big Dirty List Show: 50 Years of Sex and Music

1988-12-06

Michael Seaman, The Music Mac

1988-12-15

Anders de Vos Lassen, Danish Music Awards 2002

1988-12-28

Emilia Mendieta Córdova, Marching to the Music

1989-01-10

Zoe Sternbach-Taubman, Music of the Heart

1989-02-22

Larry Smith, 2008 Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl

1990-03-27

Jeff Sutton, The Saddest Music in the World

1990-9-08

Mychal Rivera, 2010 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl

1991-02-07

Julia Monk, Red Cups - Making a Music Video

1991-07-10

María Chacón, Music School

1992-06-26

Tre C. Roberts, Music of the Spheres

1992-10-30

Lydia Hale, Music, Music, Music

1992-11-13

Jake McNeil, Touch the Ground - Music Video

1992-12-10

Nicolette Torres, Music High

1993-03-04

Bobbi Kristina Brown, The 2012 Billboard Music Awards

1993-08-12

Liza Stephanian, Anton Music Television

1994-11-01

Rocky Lynch, American Music Awards 2014

1994-11-17

Cody Dobbins, Music High

1995-01-08

Kid Kyle, My Music: Doo Wop Love Songs

1995-07-12

Jordyn Wieber, 2012 MTV Video Music Awards

1995-12-14

Kerry Paige, Music Store Massacre

1996-04-29

Shelby Howe, Music Box

1996-10-24

Kyla Ross, 2012 MTV Video Music Awards

1998-08-06

Anton Mlodik, Apocrypha: Music for Peter and Paul

2000-04-09

Jackie Evancho, Jackie Evancho 'Music of the Movies'

2000-12-24

Ethan Bortnick, Ethan Bortnick Live in Concert: The Power of Music

Music - Notable Weddings

Benjamin HarrisonOct 20, 1853

Hank WilliamsDec 15, 1944

Patsy ClineSep 15, 1957

CharoAug 7, 1966

Johnny CashMar 1, 1968

Julie AndrewsNov 12, 1969

Mariah CareyJun 5, 1993

Christina AguileraNov 19, 2005

Garth BrooksDec 10, 2005

Nicole KidmanJun 25, 2006

Neil DiamondApr 21, 2012

Tina TurnerJul 4, 2013

Music - Weddings
Date Event
1853-10-20

23rd US President Benjamin Harrison (20) weds music teacher Caroline Scott (21)

1944-12-15

Country music star Hank Williams (21) weds Audrey Sheppard. It was her second marriage and his first.

1952-10-17

Country music legend Hank Williams (29) weds Billie Jean Jones in Minden, Louisiana

1957-09-15

Country music legend Patsy Cline (25) weds linotype operator Charles Dick (23) in Winchester, England

1966-08-07

Latin music king Xavier Cugat (60) weds singer Charo (20) at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas

1968-03-01

Country singer June Carter Cash (38) weds music icon Johnny Cash (36) in Franklin, Kentucky

1969-11-12

Director Blake Edwards (47) weds "The Sound of Music" actress Julie Andrews (34) in Beverly Hills

1993-06-05

Singer Mariah Carey weds Tommy Mottola, CEO (Sony Music)

2005-05-07

Country music singer Billy Dean (43) weds Stephanie Paisley at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens in Nashville, Tennessee

2005-05-09

Oscar-winning actress Renee Zellweger (36) weds country-music heartthrob singer Kenny Chesney (37) on the island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands

2005-09-17

Country music singer Terri Clark (37) weds her tour manager Greg Kaczor at a resort on Lake Louise in Calgary, Canada

2005-09-26

Country music singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver (66) weds Wanda Lynn Canady in Corsicana, Texas

2005-11-19

Singer and actress Christina Aguilera (28) weds music executive Jordan Bratman (32) under a mountainside tent at the Staglin Family Vineyards in Rutherford, California

2005-12-10

Country music artist Garth Brooks (43) weds singer Trisha Yearwood (41) in Claremore, Oklahoma

2005-12-12

Oscar-winning actress Renee Zellweger (36) weds country-music heartthrob singer Kenny Chesney (37) for the reason of fraud after 4 months of marriage

2006-06-25

Actress Nicole Kidman (45) weds country music singer-songwriter Keith Urban (44) at Cardinal Ceretti Memorial Chapel in Manly, Australia

2007-09-09

Country music artist Joe Nichols (30) weds Heather Singleton (30) at Whitfield Chapel in Savannah, Georgia

2007-11-09

"Grey's Anatomy" actress Ellen Pompeo (38) weds music producer Chris Ivery (38) in New York, New York

2009-01-31

"Stay" singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb (40) weds Late Night with Conan O'Brien music supervisor Roey Hershkovitz (30) at Manhattan restaurant in New York City

2011-01-01

Singer-songwriter Kellie Pickler (25) weds country music songwriter Kyle Jacobs (34) at the Jumby Bay Resort in Antigua

2012-01-04

Roxy Music singer Bryan Ferry (66) weds PR executive Amanda Sheppard (29) in Turks and Caicos Island

2012-04-21

Music legend Neil Diamond (71) weds music manager Katie McNeil (42) at the Beverly Hills Hotel

2012-06-10

Country music singer Wynonna Judd (48) weds "Highway 101" drummer Cactus Moser in Leiper's Fork, Tennessee

2013-07-04

Singer Tina Turner (73) weds music executive Erwin Bach (57) in Kusnacht, Switzerland

2013-10-24

Country music singer-songwriter Ashley Monroe (27) weds MLB pitcher John Danks (28) at Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee

Music - Notable Divorces

Hank WilliamsMay 29, 1952

Shania TwainMay 29, 2010

Christina AguileraApr 15, 2011

Stevie WonderAug 3, 2012

Music - Divorces
Date Event
1952-05-29

Country music legend Hank Williams and Audrey Sheppard granted divorce for the second and final time after seven years of marriage. Their first divorce was in 1948.

2010-05-29

Five-time Grammy Award singer Shania Twain (42) divorces music producer Robert John Lange (59) after 14 years of marriage

2010-10-29

Country singer Randy Travis (51) divorces manager Lib Hatcher due to state of incompatibility exists between the two parties after 19 long years of marriage. One of country music's longest-lasting couples

2011-04-15

Grammy-winning pop singer Christina Aguilera (29) divorces music executive Jordan Bratman (33) due to irreconcilable differences after 5 years of marriage

2012-08-03

Music legend Stevie Wonder (63) divorces fashion designer Kai Millard Morris due to irreconcilable differences after 11 years of marriage

Music - Notable Deaths

HandelApr 14, 1759

John DenverOct 12, 1997

Michael JacksonJun 25, 2009

Music - Deaths
Date Event
1050-05-17

Guido van Arezzo, Italian music theorist, dies

1548-08-06

Georg Rhau/Rhaw, German cantor/composer/music publisher, dies

1563-03-28

Heinrich Glarean, Swiss music theorist (b. 1488)

1655-10-16

Joseph Solomon Delmedigo, Italian physician, mathematician, and music theorist (b. 1591)

1673-03-15

Salvatore Rosa, Italian painter (Baroque)/poet/music/actor, dies at 57

1704-02-24

Marc-Antoine Charpentier, French composer (church music), dies

1741-02-13

Johann Joseph Fux, Austrian composer/music theorist, dies at about 80

1759-04-14

George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer and organist (Water Music), dies at 74

1776-04-22

Johann Adolph Scheibe, German music theroist/composer, dies at 67

1779-02-16

William Boyce, English organist/composer (Cathedral Music), dies

1783-07-27

Johann Philipp Kirnberger, German music theroist/violist, dies at 62

1791-05-09

Francis Hopkinson, US writer/music/lawyer, dies at 53

1814-04-12

Charles Burney, English music historian (b. 1726)

1831-09-08

John Aitken, Scottish-born music publisher (b. 1745)

1860-11-28

Heinrich FL Rellstab, German music theorist, dies

1866-07-25

Aloys Schmitt, German music theory/composer/royal pianist, dies

1885-06-22

Mahdi, [Muhammad Ahmed], Sudanese music reviewer, dies

1901-11-25

Josef Gabriel Rheinberger, German composer/music theorist, dies at 62

1903-02-22

Hugo Wolf, The Music Teacher

1904-08-06

Eduard Hanslick, Austrian music critic (b. 1825)

1907-08-05

Gentil T Antheunis, Flemish poet/music/composer, dies at 66

1930-01-16

Art Hickman, Music and Lyrics

1932-10-15

Frank Lawlor, Shave It with Music

1933-02-17

Henri[cus A] Viotta, Dutch composer (Handbook of Music), dies at 84

1935-02-21

James Greene, The Music Box

1937-04-08

William Henry Hadow, composer (Studies in Modern Music), dies at 77

1939-05-10

James Parrott, The Music Box

1939-10-29

David Percy, Words and Music

1940-04-18

Florrie Forde, music hall artist, dies

1942-05-25

Emanuel Feuermann, Adventure in Music

1942-07-20

Sable Fern, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1943-09-14

Richard Norris, Music Hall Parade

1944-08-19

Henry J Wood, English conductor (My Life of Music, Proms), dies at 75

1944-12-25

Gwen Farrar, She Shall Have Music

1945-10-25

Rupert Dell, The Music Swindlers

1947-05-30

Georg Johannes, Ritter von Trapp World War I Austrian submarine commander (b. 1880); inspiration for "The Sound of Music"

1947-09-13

Daisy Dormer, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1951-06-04

Serge Koussevitzky, Tanglewood Music School and Music Festival

1951-08-15

Artur Schnabel, Austria/US pianist (Reflections on Music), dies at 69

1952-02-24

Howard Irving Young, Music in the Air

1954-08-07

Fred Rath, Paramount Headliner: The Magic of Music

1954-12-01

Fred Rose, American songwriter and music publishing executive (b. 1897)

1955-07-14

Frances McCardell, Music Is Magic

1955-12-20

Jerome Hester, Words and Music

1956-02-27

Frank Dailey, orchestra leader (Music at Meadowbrook), dies at 54

1956-04-20

Lieven Duvosel, Flemish music composer (Levensschets), dies at 78

1956-10-06

Walter Herlihy, announcer (Music at Meadowbrook), dies at 42

1957-04-23

William Orlamond, actor (Flesh & Devil, Words & Music), dies at 89

1961-02-28

Joris Vriamont, Flemish writer/music publisher, dies at 64

1962-06-11

Chhabi Biswas, The Music Room

1963-06-22

Maria Tănase, Romanian singer of traditional and popular music (b. 1913)

1964-08-31

Carole Coleman, singer (Make Mine Music), dies at 42

1964-09-26

Ida Moore, actress (Mr Music, Johnny Belinda), dies at 82

1965-06-27

Vyvyan Donner, Music of Manhattan

1965-10-15

Carl Hoff, orchestra leader (Music Hall), dies at 60

1966-04-03

Russel Crouse, The Sound of Music

1966-06-12

Hermann Scherchen, German conductor/music publisher, dies at 74

1966-07-02

Peter Meremblum, They Shall Have Music

1967-03-18

Jimmy Blaine, singer (Stop the Music), dies at 42

1967-08-07

Max Branch, music/radio commentator, dies at 75

1967-12-07

Cora Baird, The Sound of Music

1968-05-21

Doris Lloyd, The Sound of Music

1971-09-15

James Trittipo, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

1972-06-28

David Lichine, Make Mine Music

1973-03-05

Michael Jeffery, British music manager (b. 1933)

1973-11-01

Catherine Drinker Bowen, The Music Lovers

1975-01-26

Lubov Orlova, actress (Moscow Laughs, Man of Music, Tanya), dies at 72

1975-07-14

Madan Mohan, Hindi Film's Melodious Music director (b. 1924)

1975-07-19

Lefty Frizzell, American country music singer and songwriter (b. 1928)

1976-10-04

Alexander Gray, singer (This is Music), dies at 74

1977-03-04

Timmy Everett, The Music Man

1977-05-26

Jim Boles, actor (Kraft Music Hall, One Man's Family), dies at 63

1977-07-18

Harry Adams, Music Fiends

1977-07-20

Gary Kellgren, American music producer (b. 1939)

1978-10-21

Louis S. Kaye, Flying with Music

1978-11-20

Jens August Schade, People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart

1979-03-03

Jirí Stuchal, Music from Mars

1979-04-01

Bruno Coquatrix, French music impresario (b. 1910)

1979-06-16

Ben Weber, US composer (Thorne Music Award 1965), dies at 62

1979-08-25

Stan Kenton, orchestra leader (Music 55), dies at 67

1980-04-04

Red Sovine, American country music singer (b. 1917)

1980-06-15

George Hurdalek, The Sound of Music

1981-02-06

Hugo Montenegro, American film music composer (b. 1925)

1981-02-23

Shep Fields, Shep Fields and His New Music with Ken Curtis

1981-08-05

Ridgeway Callow, The Sound of Music

1982-04-30

Lester Bangs, American music journalist, author, and musician (b. 1949)

1982-09-01

Clifford Curzon, Music!

1982-09-24

Stany Cordier, Paris Music Hall

1982-09-28

Larry Breeding, Street Music

1982-12-30

Mildred Dilling, Adventure in Music

1983-07-04

Helen Conway, Music for Millions

1984-02-19

Ina Ray Hutton, Thrills of Music: Ina Ray Hutton and Orchestra

1984-03-05

Harry Salter, orchestra leader (Stop the Music), dies at 85

1984-06-15

Ned Glass, actor (Charade, Street Music), dies of heart failure at 78

1984-08-19

Eleanor Warner, The Music Show

1984-11-19

Saul Wurtzel, The Sound of Music

1984-12-14

Richard C. Currier, The Music Box

1985-04-25

Richard Haydn, The Sound of Music

1985-09-17

Laura Ashley, Music of the Heart

1985-09-25

Herbert Greene, The Music Man

1985-09-28

L.B. Abbott, The Sound of Music

1986-02-01

Dick James, Beatles' music publisher (1962-70), dies in London at 58

1986-02-09

Ben Nye, The Sound of Music

1986-02-19

William Brockway, Music for Millions

1986-06-27

Joe Maphis, American country music guitarist dies aged 65

1986-07-16

Al Fisher, Country Music Holiday

1986-10-11

Boris Leven, The Sound of Music

1986-12-03

Bob Howard, Murder with Music

1987-01-15

Dolores Hawkins, Thrills of Music: Gene Krupa and His Orchestra

1987-03-21

Robert Preston, actor (Harold Hill-Music Man), dies at 68

1987-03-21

Robert Preston, The Music Man

1987-03-28

Maria von Trapp, The Sound of Music

1987-04-26

Shankar, Of Noted Bollywood Music Director Duo Shankar-Jaikishan (b. 1922)

1987-05-24

Hermione Ferdinanda Gingold, actress (Gigi, Music Man), dies at 89

1987-08-10

Conrad Thibault, The Jacques Fray Music Room

1987-08-29

Archie Campbell, American country music comedian (b. 1914)

1988-06-24

Irene Taylor, Everybody Likes Music

1988-06-25

Walter Fitchman, The Sound of Music

1988-10-30

T. Hee, Make Mine Music

1989-01-19

Norma Varden, The Sound of Music

1989-01-20

Michael Lland, Holiday in Music

1989-01-21

Roberta Hyson, Music Hath Harms

1989-01-29

Morton DaCosta, The Music Man

1989-02-02

Walter M. Scott, The Sound of Music

1989-02-06

Osbourne Ruddock, Jamaican Dub music performer (b. 1941)

1989-05-30

Zinka Milanov, Festival of Music

1989-06-23

Robert Patrick, From Nashville with Music

1989-10-12

Franco, [Francis Luambo/"Makiadi"], Zaire composer/music, dies at 51

1989-12-24

Clive Cazes, The Music Lovers

1990-01-03

Arthur Gold, Adventures in Music

1990-07-22

Preben Neergaard, People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart

1990-08-12

Sara Seegar, The Music Man

1991-01-21

Frank Mitchell, actor (Music is Magic, Prairie Gunsmoke), dies

1991-02-19

Peggy Mondo, The Music Man

1991-03-29

Lee Atwater, James Brown: The Man, the Music, & the Message

1991-06-11

Gregory Stone, Heavenly Music

1991-09-08

Alex North, music composer (Spartacus), dies at 80 of cancer

1991-10-17

Roy Aversa, Music Man

1991-11-06

André Vandernoot, The Music Teacher

1991-12-19

Joe Cole, American rock music roadie (b. 1961)

1992-01-25

Vern Reed, The Music Man

1992-02-10

Fred Hynes, The Sound of Music

1992-04-16

Andy Russell, Make Mine Music

1992-04-17

Hank Penny, country music singer, dies at 73 of heart failure

1992-05-01

Sharon Redd, American house music and urban contemporary singer (b. 1945)

1992-08-17

Dorothy Rodgers, Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of American Music

1992-10-05

Paul Acket, organizer (Music Express, North Sea Jazz Festival), dies

1992-11-17

Eric Gurney, Make Mine Music

1993-01-02

Lon Stucky, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

1993-02-14

Irene Shirley, Start the Music

1993-03-15

Anthony Bowles, music writer (Jesus Christ Superstar), dies at 61

1993-11-23

Orrick Barrett, The Sound of Music

1993-12-04

Frank V Zappa, US music/composer (Mothers of Invention), dies at 52

1994-03-30

Sid Weiss, Make Mine Music

1994-05-08

Murray Spivack, The Sound of Music

1994-06-03

Harry Hickox, The Music Man

1994-06-23

Alan Frank, music publisher, dies at 83

1994-07-15

Vina Gale, Words and Music

1994-10-04

Bill Challis, America's Music - Chicago and All That Jazz

1994-10-16

William Henry Swinburne, music teacher, dies at 87

1994-10-31

Lester Sill, pioneer music publisher/record producer, dies at 76

1994-11-23

Irwin Kostal, The Sound of Music

1994-11-30

Irwin Kostal, US arranger/conductor (Sound of Music), dies at 83

1994-12-10

George G F van Renesse, concert pianist/music director, dies at 85

1994-12-16

Samuel Lipman, music critic, dies at 60

1995-01-16

Bill Dillard, Murder with Music

1995-01-17

Evadne Baker, The Sound of Music

1995-02-17

Jan Bart Klaster, music editor (The Slogan), dies at 50

1995-02-18

Denny Cordel, rock music producer-Laverack, dies at 51

1995-02-28

Max Rudolf, Festival of Music

1995-03-05

Milton Williams, Murder with Music

1995-03-27

Chet Gierlach, music publisher/composer, dies at 75

1995-05-27

C W Stubblefield, music promoter, dies at 64

1995-07-22

Dave Clark, music promoter/songwriter, dies at 85

1995-08-26

Ronnie White, Music and Lyrics

1995-10-31

Louis Levy Jr, music publisher, dies at 84

1995-11-21

Dorothy Jeakins, The Sound of Music

1995-12-06

Robert Fizdale, Adventures in Music

1995-12-30

Ralph Flanagan, Music on the Double

1996-01-08

Howard Taubman, American music and theater critic (b. 1907)

1996-01-16

Marcia Davenport, American author and music critic (b. 1903)

1996-04-01

Edwin H "Buddy" Morris, music publisher, dies at 89

1996-05-07

Cliff Ferre, Make Mine Music

1996-05-10

Poul Borum, People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart

1996-05-21

Peter Fletcher, music teacher, dies at 60

1996-06-11

Alan Weeks, Facing the Music: The Return of Torvill and Dean

1996-09-09

Bill Monroe, bluegrass vocalist (created bluegrass music), dies at 84

1996-10-02

Joonas Kokkonen, Sources of Finnish Music

1996-10-16

James Wild, music teacher, dies at 68

1996-10-22

John Bauldie, music journalist/Dylanologist, dies at 47

1996-11-19

Edward Kassner, music publisher, dies at 76

1996-11-26

Stephen Schneck, When the Music Stopped

1997-09-12

Stikkan Stig Anderson, music entrepreneur (Polar), dies at 66

1997-10-12

John Denver, American country music star (Country Boy), dies in a plane crash at 53

1997-10-24

Miriam Phillips, Street Music

1997-12-24

Anthea Joseph, music producer, dies at 57

1998-01-03

Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia, Music on the Run

1998-01-26

Shinichi Suzuki, music teacher (Suzuki Method), dies at 99

1998-04-02

Rob Pilatus, The 17th Annual American Music Awards

1998-10-11

T. Tommy Cutrer, Music City U.S.A.

1998-11-28

Robin Ray, 100 Years of Russian Piano Music

1999-03-12

Yehudi Menuhin, The Music of Man

1999-04-03

Lionel Bart, English pop music composer and writer, dies of liver cancer at 68

1999-05-19

James Blades, Stories About Music: The Drummer

1999-10-26

Hoyt Axton, American actor and country music singer-songwriter (b. 1938)

1999-12-06

Sam Leve, Music for Christmas

1999-12-28

Lee R. Bobker, Isaac Stern: A Life - A Biography in Music

2000-02-28

Janet Reed, Music of Williamsburg

2000-03-05

Mary Elliott, Heavenly Music

2000-03-07

Pee Wee King, American country music songwriter and musician (b. 1914)

2000-08-23

Marjorie Woodworth, Flying with Music

2000-08-24

Tatiana Riabouchinska, Make Mine Music

2000-10-04

Neely Plumb, The Sound of Music

2000-12-28

Danniebelle Hall, Family Reunion: A Gospel Music Celebration

2001-01-20

Dan Gallagher, Mr. Music

2001-03-04

Glenn Hughes, Can't Stop the Music

2001-08-04

Lorenzo Music, American actor (b. 1937)

2001-08-04

Lorenzo Music, The Bob Newhart Show

2001-09-04

Robert Pagent, Music for Christmas

2002-03-08

Robin Anderson, Facing the Music

2002-09-09

Pearlee Toliver, Rhythm 'n' Bayous: A Road Map to Louisiana Music

2002-09-24

Pamela Matthews, The Sound of Music

2002-12-31

Lillian Drew, Man from Music Mountain

2003-06-16

Thomas Foulkes, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

2003-07-08

David Swain, The Music Man

2003-07-17

Rosalyn Tureck, Real Music

2003-08-23

Chuck Stubbs, They Shall Have Music

2003-08-23

Marion Hargrove, The Music Man

2003-10-10

Eugene Istomin, Great Conversations in Music

2003-11-15

Speedy West, Country Music Hall of Fame Steel Guitarist (b. 1924)

2003-12-14

Morris Goldsmith, Film Music Masters: Jerry Goldsmith

2004-03-13

Ustad Vilayat Khan, The Music Room

2004-04-01

Helen Ramsay, Lawrence Welk and His Champagne Music

2004-07-16

Andy Engman, Make Mine Music

2004-08-16

Melvin Endsley, From Nashville with Music

2004-09-20

Walter Scheuer, Music of the Heart

2004-10-29

Duchess Alice of Glouchester, The 1950's: Music, Memories & Milestones

2004-11-01

Terry Knight, American music promoter (b. 1943)

2004-11-02

Basil Thompson, The Music of the West

2004-12-31

Carl Marlow, Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall

2005-01-05

Danny Sugerman, American music manager (The Doors) (b. 1954)

2005-02-12

Sammi Smith, American country music singer (b. 1943)

2005-03-10

Mindy Jostyn, Can You Hear the Music

2005-04-28

Percy Heath, The Old, Weird America: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music

2005-05-29

George Rochberg, The Mind of Music

2005-08-01

Al Aronowitz, American music journalist (b. 1928)

2005-08-21

Robert Moog, American pioneer of electronic music (b. 1934)

2005-09-14

Robert Wise, The Sound of Music

2005-10-28

Phil Brito, Music Man

2005-12-31

Beryl DeBeeson Pandit, Adventures in Music

2006-01-22

Janette Carter, America's Music: The Roots of Country

2006-02-02

Louise Scruggs, The Three Pickers: Legends of American Music

2006-07-01

Frank Bouley, Mr. Music

2006-07-11

Bill Miller, Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music Part II

2006-08-02

Baglan Sadvakasov, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

2006-08-20

Claude Blanchard, Music Hall

2006-10-18

Anna Russell, English music satirist (b. 1911)

2006-11-01

Florence Klotz, A Little Night Music

2007-01-01

Tad Jones, American jazz music historian (b. 1952)

2007-01-28

Karel Svoboda, Czech composer of popular music (b. 1938)

2007-08-10

Tony Wilson, British music personality and broadcaster (b. 1950)

2007-09-08

Lou Marks, Country Music Holiday

2007-09-21

Rex Humbard, He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley

2007-10-16

Toše Proeski, Macedonian music star (b. 1981)

2008-01-08

Clyde Otis, American song writer and music producer (b. c. 1924)

2008-01-18

Frank Lewin, American composer and music theorist (b. 1925)

2008-03-15

Mikey Dread, Deep Roots Music

2008-03-30

Sean Levert, The 15th Annual American Music Awards

2008-05-08

Eddy Arnold, Country music star (b. 1918)

2008-05-21

Martin Levin, Paul Quarrington: Life in Music

2008-05-23

Kenneth Lawson, Face the Music

2008-07-16

Jo Stafford, American singer of traditional pop music (b. 1917)

2008-08-15

Jerry Wexler, music producer and coiner of the term "Rhythm & Blues"

2008-08-31

Jerry Reed, American country music singer and actor (b. 1937)

2008-11-01

Shakir Stewart, American music producer (b. 1974)

2008-12-12

Virginia Ellis, They Shall Have Music

2009-03-09

Hal Gaba, Music and Lyrics

2009-06-25

Michael Jackson, American recording artist, entertainer and King of Pop music (The Jackson 5, Thriller, Dangerous) dies of cardiac arrest at 50

2009-07-06

Johnny Collins, British folk and maritime music singer (b. 1938)

2009-07-13

Aleksey Tagantsev, MTV Russia Music Awards 2007

2009-11-22

Haydain Neale, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

2010-01-08

Otmar Suitner, A Father's Music

2010-01-21

Paul Quarrington, Whale Music

2010-03-18

David Cheshire, Rude Songs: Vaudeville & Music Hall

2010-03-28

Herb Ellis, Oscar Peterson: Music in the Key of Oscar

2010-04-07

Graciela, You Can't Stop the Music

2010-04-08

Malcolm McLaren, British music manager and musician (b. 1946)

2010-05-30

Mark Malkovich III, The 2007 Newport Music Festival: Connoisseur's Collection

2010-06-03

Eddie Pruett, Music Hall America

2010-07-11

Walter Hawkins, Gospel music singer

2010-08-06

Christopher Dedrick, The Saddest Music in the World

2010-08-29

Veronica Bozza, 2009 CMT Music Awards

2011-05-15

Bobby Flanigan, Moments to Remember: My Music

2011-06-02

Willem Duys, Dutch commentator and music producer (b. 1928)

2011-06-25

Goff Richards, British brass band music composer/arranger

2011-06-26

Edith Fellows, Music in My Heart

2011-07-08

Paul Michael, Music Within

2011-11-05

Bhupen Hazarika, Indian singer, composer, lyricist, music director, and filmmaker from Assam (b. 1926)

2011-12-31

Omus Hirshbein, classical music impresario and music director, dies at 77

2012-01-01

Fred Milano, Gotta Travel On: Remembering When the Music Died

2012-02-01

David Peaston, The 4th Annual Soul Train Music Awards

2012-02-11

Frank Knapp Jr., Music City

2012-02-14

Hazel Medina, Music of the Heart

2012-04-26

Pete Fornatale, Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation

2012-09-07

Rollin Sullivan, Country Music Caravan

2012-11-29

Susan Luckey, The Music Man

2013-02-09

Katharina Wolpe, Stationary Music

2013-03-14

Mary Louise Zeyen, They Shall Have Music

2013-03-20

Risë Stevens, We Must Have Music

2013-03-30

Phil Ramone, South-African born American music producer, dies from an aortic aneurysm at 79

2013-04-07

Andy Johns, The Cult: Music Without Fear

2013-08-18

Albert Murray, Bluesland: A Portrait in American Music

2013-08-21

Sid Bernstein, American music producer/promoter, dies at 95

2013-10-10

Cal Smith, 8th Annual Country Music Association Awards

2013-10-28

Tommy Gumina, Harry James and His Music Makers

2013-11-19

Marc Breaux, The Sound of Music

2013-12-09

Eleanor Parker, The Sound of Music

2014-01-27

Pete Seeger, American folk singer (Weaver, Goodnight Irene) and activist, helped create the modern American folk music movement, dies at 94

2014-02-18

Maria von Trapp, Climbed Every Mountain: The Story Behind the Sound of Music

2014-02-23

Aliza Sommer-Herz, The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life

2014-03-07

Joyce De Young, The Andrews Sisters: Queens of the Music Machines

2015-03-22

Peter Pistanek, Music

2015-07-01

Bruce Rowland, The Passing Show: The Life and Music of Ronnie Lane

2015-07-26

Bobbi Kristina Brown, The 2012 Billboard Music Awards

2016-03-05

Joey Feek: Country music star dies of cancer aged 40

2016-03-11

British music star Keith Emerson dies aged 71 from reported suicide

2016-04-07

Country music star Merle Haggard dies on his birthday aged 79

2016-04-10

Pioneering drone music composer and filmmaker Tony Conrad dies, aged 76

2016-04-23

Pacific music pioneer Bill Sevesi dies, aged 92

2016-04-25

Congolese music icon Papa Wemba dies on stage aged 66

2016-04-29

David Page, award-winning music director of Bangarra, dies aged 55

2016-05-18

Emilio Navaira: Tejano music legend dies from 'massive heart' attack aged 53

2016-06-24

Bluegrass music pioneer Ralph Stanley dies aged 89

2016-07-17

Country music's Bonnie Brown dies aged 78

2016-07-17

Suicide frontman and electronic music pioneer Alan Vega dies, aged 78

2016-09-19

The Sound of Music actress Charmian Carr dies aged 73

2016-11-06

Electronic music pioneer Jean-Jacques Perrey dies aged 87

2016-11-29

Kiwi music legend Ray Columbus dies aged 74

2016-12-12

'Romany music queen' Esma Redzepova dies aged 73

2016-12-22

Music Legend Leonard Cohen Dies Aged 82

2017-09-09

Don Williams, country music legend, dies aged 78

2017-10-16

Iain Shedden, music journalist and drummer for The Saints, dies aged 60

2017-10-23

AC/DC producer and Australian music pioneer George Young dies, aged 70

2017-12-26

Sound of Music actress Heather Menzies-Urich dies aged 68


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