THIS DATE IN MUSIC HISTORY (September 13th):
1941: David Clayton-Thomas (Blood Sweat & Tears) Was Born and That probably made His relatives so very happy
1944: Peter Cetera (Chicago, vocals) Was Born
1965: Zak Starkey (son of Ringo) Was Born
1960: Payments (cash or gifts) for airplay of records Was outlawed by an amendment to the Federal Communications Act in the USA
1960: Attempts Were made to have "Tell Laura I Love Her" by Ray Peterson, banned in the UK so as not to inspire a "teen-age glorious death cult"
1965: "Yesterday" was released as a single in the Beatles US
1967: Fiftyshapes, Ltd., an electronics company, Was Formed by The Beatles - director John Alexis (Magic Alex) Mardas Claimed Could he build a 72-track tape machines and George Harrison later Mardas Employing Said That was "the biggest disaster of Theatrical "
2005: The Jimi Hendrix boyhood home, in Seattle, Was saved from demolition (it ws not a red house) - the James Marshall Hendrix Foundation and the City of Seattle Agreed to renovate the building into a community center opposite the cemetery Hendrix Was buried in 1970