Ray Manzarek was born.
Rock and Roll Waltz (Kay Starr) was a hit.
The Silhouettes hit #1 with "Get a Job".
The Miracles hit #11 with "Going To a Go-Go".
Pink Floyd performs at a series of Sunday afternoon multimedia happenings at London's Marquee Club, dubbed the "Spontaneous Underground."
Deejay Larry Miller debuts the first underground radio show on KMPX-FM in San Francisco.
Can releases the double LP 'Tago Mago'.
"Let's Stay Together," by Al Green, dislodges Don McLean's "American Pie" from it's month-long reign at #1.
'Eat a Peach,' by the Allman Brothers Band is released. Mixing live and studio material, it features the last studio recordings by Duane Allman.
Carly Simon hits #13 with "Anticipation".
Led Zeppelin hits #15 with "Black Dog".
MTV flies the winner of "MTV's Hawaiian Holiday with Devo" contest to Hawaii for five days of partying with Devo.
Adam & the Ants hit #12 in the US with "Goody Two Shoes".
Flock of Seagulls hit #30 in the US with "Space Age Love Song".
Spandau Ballet hits #12 in the UK with "Communication".
Depeche Mode hits #13 in the UK with "Get the Balance Right".
New MTV Europe studios are opened in Camden, London at Air TV.
Author and former 'Rolling Stone' editor Kurt Loder joins MTV as anchorperson for MTV News.
MTV Europe is launched on Astra satellite.