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Sugar Babies - The Burlesque Musical, starring Ann Miller and Mickey Rooney, is presented at The Mark Hellinger Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 1208 performances.
The musical 42nd Street is presented at The Winter Garden Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA. It will subsequently move to the Majestic Theatre and then to The St. James Theatre, before finally closing in 1989, having racked up a total of 3,486 performances.
Bob Marley, suffering from terminal cancer, is undergoing treatment at the Issels Clinic in the Bavarian Alps, Germany, Europe. He will remain at the clinic until May 1981.
Tom Waits plays at The Apollo, Victoria, London, UK.
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When Queen play the first of two nights at Morumbi Stadium, Sao Paolo, Brazil, South America, they set a new world-record, 131,000 paying customers, for attendance at a live gig.
In response to a scathing review of Jefferson Starship's album Freedom At Point Zero, the band's co-founder Paul Kantner has a letter published in Rolling Stone magazine which reads, "We do what we want. Fu...uuck you."
Yoko Ono bumps into Andy Warhol at Quo Vadis, New York City, USA. Warhol notes that she’s looking remarkably well - "a whole new Yoko".
Sound engineer Michel Geiss records the sounds of trains in Marly Le Roi station in Paris, France, Europe, which will be used on the Jean Michel Jarre LP Magnetic Fields. (Geiss had collaborated with Jarre since the Oxygene lp, and had instructed Jarre on how to use synthesisers)
The Stray Cats play at The Pavilion, West Runton, England, UK, Europe.
When Queen play the first of two nights at Morumbi Stadium, Sao Paolo, Brazil, they set a new world-record, 131,000 paying customers, for attendance at a live gig.
Prince plays for 300 people at Bowen Field House, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA.