1960 Everly Brothers: Cathy's Clown US 45
1970 Paul McCartney: McCartney US LP
1981 Starsound: Stars On 45 UK 45
1987 Swing Out Sister: It's Better to Travel UK 45
1992 Iron Maiden : Fear of the Dark : UK LP
1998 Garbage : Version 2.0 : UK LP
1999 Tim McGraw : A Place In The Sun : US LP
1947 Bill Hunt (E.L.O.)
1957 Terese Bazaar (Dollar)
1965 Simon Gilbert (Suede)
1967 Phil Selway (Radiohead)
1974 Richard Jones (Stereophonics)
1975 KT Tunstall
1964 Beach Boys release I Get Around in the US
1969 The Who's rock-opera album Tommy is released
1970 Elton John album takes him into UK LP chart for the first time
1970 Beatles' Let it Be LP sets a new record for initial US sales, getting 3.7 million advance orders ($26 million retail)
1970 Grateful Dead play their first UK date at the Hollywood Music Festival in Newcastle
1977 Jefferson Airplane are barred from giving a free concert at Golden Gate Park when San Francisco authorities pass a resolution banning electronic instruments. Group later write We Built this City about the ban.
1978 Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band kicked off their 117 show Darkness Tour at Shea's Buffalo in Buffalo, New York.
1979 Due to a record company dispute, Tom Petty was forced to file for bankruptcy owing $575,000 (£338,235). A long-running battle with his record company followed.