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Wynton Marsalis plays during a Jazz At Lincoln Center concert at Ravinia Festival, Ravinia Park, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Seeker Lover Keeper, the first album by all-female super-trio Seeker Lover Keeper [Holly Throsby, Sarah Blasky and Sally Seltmann] enters the ARIA albums chart at No3 in Australia.
Suck It And See by Arctic Monkeys reaches No1 in the UK Albums Chart.
On their A Thousand Suns tour, Linkin Park play at Donington Park, Donington, UK.
Clarence Clemons, saxophonist of Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band, suffers a stroke at his home in Singer Island, Florida, USA, and is immediately hospitalised. He undergoes brain surgery soon after.
Ladysmith Black Mambazo, plus special guest Muntu Valdo, play at The Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes, England, UK, Europe.
On their Come Around Sundown tour, Kings Of Leon play at The Pinkpop Festival, Megaland Landgaaf, Landgraaf, Netherlands, Europe.
During their Progress Live tour, Take That play the last of eight nights at The City Of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, UK.
On his Doowops And Hooligans tour Bruno Mars plays the first of two nights at The Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, Los Angeles, California, USA.
On their Bon Jovi Live 2011 tour, Bon Jovi play at The Olympic Stadium, Munich, Germany, Europe.
Ed Sheeran releases his debut single, The A Team, with a video which cost £20 to make. It will debut at No.3 in the UK singles chart and make the Top 10 in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway and The Netherlands.
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Carl Gardner, a founder member of The Coasters, dies aged 83. Gardner suffered from congestive heart failure and Alzheimer's disease, when he died in hospice care in Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA. His voice can be heard on such hits as Poison Ivy, Charlie Brown and Yakety Yak.