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resumes his Theater of Madness tour in Sunrise, Florida, USA, with Prong in support.
of The Rolling Stones
attends the premiere of his new movie, Freejack, at Mann's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
play the second of two nights at G-Mex, Manchester, England, UK.
UK indie band Kingmaker enjoy the first of eight minor hits when their Idiots At The Wheel EP enters the singles chart, on its way to No30.
Nirvana arrive in Australia, Oceania
, for live dates as part of their Nevermind world tour.
Blues singer-guitarist Thunderbird Davis
dies aged 52, of a heart attack while playing onstage at The Blues Saloon, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
While defending her support of husband/presidential candidate Bill Clinton on US tv shhow 60 Minutes, Hillary Clinton inadvertently insults The First Lady Of Country Music by stating, "I'm not sitting here some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette".
Savatage play in Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Nirvana play the first of three nights at The Palace, Melbourne, Australia, Oceania
is born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, UK, Europe. He is the son of former Fairport Convention
member Ashley Hutchings and singer Judy Dunlop
. He will find acclaim as a singer-songwriter in his own right.
begins final rehearsals for his upcoming tour of Australia at the Leeds Rehearsal Facility, Hollywood, California, USA.
play at Fryhuset, Stockholm, Sweden, Europe.
When Jerry Garcia
plays at the Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, California, USA, Bob Dylan
comes along to see the show.
plays the first of seven nights at The Pantages Theater, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
plays his first concert ever in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, at Bally's Goldwin Events Center.
, singer of glam/metal band Love/Hate
, suspends himself from a 20-foot cross attached to the letter Y in
the Hollywood Sign, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. The
stunt is designed to attract publicity which will hopefully
increase sales of the band's latest album.
Jazz pianist Nat Pierce, best known for his work in the Woody Herman Herd
, dies in Los Angeles, California, USA, of complications from a bleeding ulcer, aged 66.
plays the second of eight nights at Earls Court, London, England, UK.
plays the third of eight nights at Earls Court, London, England, UK.
plays at Les Eurockeennes Festival, in Belfort, France, Europe, he drapes himself in a Union Jack flag and uses enlarged photographs of skinheads as a stage backdrop. When he repeats this stunt later in the UK, he will be pilloried by the NME (New Musical Express
) as a fascist and a racist.
A range of ties designed by guitarist Jerry Garcia
of the Grateful Dead
goes on sale at Bloomingdales, New York City, USA, selling at $28.50 each. Garcia cheerfully announces that he won't be wearing any of them.
On the Creep tour, Radiohead
play at The Crazy House, Liverpool, UK.
file a legal suit in New York City, USA, claiming that EMI Records owes them $750,000 - an unpaid advance on their latest hits compilation.
During an eight-date tour, jazz saxophonist Tommy Smith
plays at Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Roy Budd Trio plays at The Bull's Head, London, SW13, UK.
Andy Sheppard plays at the Four Bars Inn, Cardiff, Wales.
begins two weeks at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, Birmingham, UK.
turns down a lucrative $5m soft drinks sponsorship deal for her forthcoming tour. Later, she observes, "It was only money."