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Justin Bieber

Giovanna Carmella Babbo is born in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She will find success in the 1950s as pop singer Joni James, placing 23 hits on the Billboard Top 40 Singles chart.
Wooden Heart by Elvis Presley enters the UK pop singles chart where it will peak at No1 during a 27-week run.
Wooden Heart by Elvis Presley peaks at No2 in the Canadian pop singles chart, held off the top by The Marcels' Blue Moon.
Mama Said by The Shirelles is the highest new entry in the Cashbox magazine chart of the best-selling pop singles in the USA, entering at No68.
Pop idol Marty Wilde takes part in the recording of the original cast recording of the London production of the musical Bye Bye Birdie, for Decca Records in London, England, UK, Europe.
Ricky Gervais is born in Reading, England, UK, Europe. He will find minor success in the 1980s as one half of New Romantic teen heart-throb duo Seona Dancing, before going on to briefly manage Brit-pop combo Suede, but will eventually achieve massive international success as a comedian.
The Jarmels appear on daily tv pop show American Bandstand, recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, performing A Little Bit Of Soap
Everlovin' by Ricky Nelson peaks at No3 in the Canadian pop singles chart.
Leif Per Nervik is born in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. He will find fame as 70s teen pop star Leif Garrett, but his life and career will be blighted by heroin addiction.
Chubby Checker demonstrates the latest teenage dance craze, The Twist, in The Crescendo Club, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Beach Boys make their first television appearance, lip-synching their song Surfin' at The Olive Recreation Center, Burbank, California, USA, for the KTLA-tv show Dance Party. Also on the show are The Platters, The Olympics and Dick And Dee Dee.
The Rolling Stones play at the Ex-Servicemen's Club, Windsor, England, UK, Europe. After the show, vocalist Mick Jagger goes to a launch party for pop singer Adrienne Posta, at which he meets Marianne Faithfull for the first time. They will become a couple, and she will inspire Stones' songs including You Can't Always Get What You Want, Wild Horses, I Got the Blues and Sister Morphine.
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The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan enters the UK pop albums chart where it will peak a year later at No1.
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Cliff Richard tells UK music weekly newspaper the NME that he is retiring from pop music in order to teach religious instruction in secondary schools.
A Stop The Draft Week Defense Fund dance is held at the Fillmore, San Francisco, California, USA, with music from Phil Ochs, The Loading Zone, Blue Cheer, Mad River, Mt. Rushmore and Committee.
Pop duo Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme are starring in the musical Golden Rainbow, at The Shubert Theater in New York City, USA.
Singer-songwriter Terri Hendrix is born in San Antonio, Texas, USA.
Lady M adonna by The Beatles reaches No1 in the Canadian pop singles chart.
Fantasy-horror movie The Lost Continent is released to cinemas in the West Germany, Europe. Generally undistinguished, it is of interest to music fans for a substantial role played by English folk, pop and rock singer Dana Gillespie.
Get Back by The Beatles reaches No1 in the Australian pop singles chart.
Led Zeppelin play at The Santa Clara Pop Festival, County Fairgrounds, San Jose, California, then fly on to play the first of two nights at The Kinetic Playground, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
When Black Sabbath play at the Marquee Club, Soho, London, UK, several music biz bigwigs turn out to see them. Most important among those gents is Don Arden, a manager/entrepreneur nicknamed The Al Capone Of Pop.
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The Partridge Family, a tv series based loosely on real-life pop group The Cowsills, broadcasts its first episode in the USA. It will make a teen pop star of David Cassidy.
Avant-garde composer John Cage, whose works influenced many pop and rock artists, dies aged 79.
Singer, actress and comedienne Damita Jo DeBlanc a.k.a. Damita Jo, dies aged 68 of a respiratory illness in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She had enjoyed hits in the USA with I Don't Care [1953], I'll Save The Last Dance For You [1960] and I'll Be There [1961].
Much-admired rock journalist Greg Shaw dies of a diabetes-related heart attack, aged 55, in Los Angeles, California, USA. Among many significant achievements, Shaw founded the magazines Mojo Navigator, Who Put The Bomp and The Phonograph Record Magazine, as well as coining the terms power pop and garage rock.
Lawyers for Michael Jackson announce that they are in discussions with his creditors, the Fortress Investment Group, to keep the pop star from defaulting on $200 million in loans secured by his 50% stake in The Beatles' song catalogue.
The DVD, Congo Square, featuring Wynton Marsalis, is released in the USA. Historically, Congo Square in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, was the first place in the USA where African slaves were allowed to perform their own music and dance in the 1700s-1800s, thus establishing the roots of African-American musics including jazz and blues.
Justin Bieber, Cee Lo Green, Jennifer Hudson, The Band Perry and Victoria Justice perform for US President Obama and his family at the 30th annual Christmas in Washington concert, in the National Building Museum, Washington DC, USA.
The Trillium Gift of Life Network announces that Justin Bieber's involvement in an organ donor campaign has increased daily applications from around 50 to over 200.
Justin Bieber releases a new album, Believe, in Germany, Australia and Ireland.
Justin Bieber vomits twice on stage during a sold-out concert at the Jobing.com Arena, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. He later attributes his condition to having drunk milk before the show.
It is reported that Louis C.K., Rita Ora, the xx and Ghostface Killah are among many artists who have canceled or rescheduled live appearances as Hurricane Sandy arrives on the East Coast of the USA. Riding out the storm in a Brooklyn hotel, singer-songwriter Aimee Mann is inspired to re-write the Barry Manilow hit Mandy as Sandy. Three days later, when she plays a show in Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York State, USA, she debuts the song live, lifting the spirits of the crowd.
Justin Bieber plays at The TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Justin Bieber plays at Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France, Europe.
Justin Bieber plays at The Zenith, Strasbourg, France, Europe.
During a radio interview on The Bert Show in the USA, pop bad boy Justin Bieber claims to have changed his ways, after receiving a message from God.
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SFX Entertainment, created four years earlier to capitalize on the popularity of dance music festivals, declares itself to be bankrupt.
Hands To Myself by Selena Gomez is the biggest mover in the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart in the USA, rising from No21 to No7. The Top 5 chart positions on this day are :
  1. Justin Bieber - Love Yourself
  2. Justin Bieber - Sorry
  3. Twenty One Pilots - Stressed Out
  4. Adele - Hello
  5. Flo Rida - My House
On his Purpose World Tour Justin Bieber plays the second of two nights at The Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
On his Purpose World Tour, Justin Bieber plays the first of two nights at The Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe.
On his Purpose World Tour, Justin Bieber plays the first of three nights at SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
Singer, songwriter and pop superstar George Michael dies aged 53, at home in Goring, Oxfordshire, England, UK, Europe, according to his publicist. It is later claimed that he had been a heroin addict for some time.
It is reported that Justin Bieber has given away Todd - a chow puppy he acquired just six months earlier - claiming that he can't look after it properly because of his hectic work schedule. Bieber, who earned $56m in 2016, has given the pup to one of his dancers, C.J. Salvador, who immediately found himself faced with an $8000 vet's bill for corrective surgery and had to start a charitable fund to be able to afford it. Bieber did not contribute.
Versatile vocalist Al Jarreau, who sold millions of records and won a string of Grammys for his work in jazz, pop and R'n'B, dies aged 76 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He had been hospitalised two weeks earlier for exhaustion.
On his Purpose tour, Justin Bieber plays at Estadio Nacional, San Jose, Costa Rica, Central America.
On his Purpose tour, Justin Bieber plays at Forus Travbane, Stavanger, Norway, Europe.
On his Purpose tour, Justin Bieber plays at The Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
On his Purpose tour, Justin Bieber plays the second of two nights at Ajinomoto Stadium, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
On his Purpose tour, Justin Bieber plays at Philippine Arena, Santa Maria, Philippines, Asia.