Queen record label is formed in Cincinnati, Ohio by Syd Nathan.
Tiki Fulwood was born.
Ivory Joe Hunter hits #2 on the R&B chart with "Guess Who".
Travelin' Man (Ricky Nelson) was a hit.
The Impressions hit #14 with "I'm So Proud".
Help Me, Rhonda (The Beach Boys) was a hit.
"See Emily Play," Pink Floyd's enchanting second single, is recorded. It reaches #6 on the British charts.
El Chicano hits #28 with "Viva Tirado - Part 1".
Brown Sugar (The Rolling Stones) was a hit.
Love Hangover (Diana Ross) was a hit.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band kick off their first major arena tour in Buffalo, New York. It ends seven months and 109 cities later in Cleveland on January 1, 1979.
"You Can Call Me Al," by Paul Simon, peaks at #23. It is his last Top Forty hit to date.
Future Sound of London hits #22 in the UK with "Papua New Guinea".
Jerry Lee Lewis releases his first rock and roll album of the Nineties, Young Blood, calling it "my best album ever!"