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John Denver reaches No1 on the Billboard US Albums Chart with Windsong. On the same day, The Spinners reach No1 on the Billboard R'n'B Singles Chart in the USA with They Just Can't Stop It.
When Little Feat play at The Auditorium Theater, Rochester, New York State, USA, the band's co-founder Lowell George, introduces their song Willin', by saying that in 1969 he had been asked to leave the Mothers Of Invention for "writing a song about dope".
John Fogerty, former leader of Creedence Clearwater Revival, is interviewed on KSAN radio in San Francisco, California, USA.
Paul McCartney's post-Beatles band Wings enters the UK singles chart with Letting Go, which will peak at No41 during a three-week run.
Blues singer and guitarist K.C. Douglas dies of a heart attack, aged 61, in Berkeley, California, USA. His 1948 composition Mercury Blues was recorded by numerous artists including Steve Miller, David Lindley, Meat Loaf and Dwight Yoakam.
Lionel Richie marries his college sweetheart, Brenda Harvey.
George Harrison enters the UK albums chart with Extra Texture (Read All About It), which will peak at No16 during a four-week run.
John Fogerty, former leader of Creedence Clearwater Revival, is interviewed on KSAN radio in San Francisco, California, USA.