Top 10 at 10 - August 19 in Music History

Aug 19, 2014

By Valerie Massie

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In order from furthest back to the most recent, here are ten moments in music history that happened on August 19.

10. SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE – Cream (Ginger Baker born Aug 19, 1939)


9. I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW – Johnny Nash (born Aug 19, 1940)


8. LITTLE CHILDREN – Billy J Kramer (born Aug 19, 1943)


7. BRANDY (YOU’RE A FINE GIRL) – The Looking Glass (Elliot Lurie born 1948)


6. WHICH WAY YOU GOIN’ BILLY – The Poppy Family (Susan Jacks born 1948)


5. CRAZY LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE – Queen (John Deacon born 1951)


4. ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE – The Beatles (hits #1 Aug 19, 1967)


3. I’M A BELIEVER – The Monkees (last episode of their TV show airs Aug 19, 1968)


2. WOODSTOCK – Joni Mitchell (she premieres the song on Dick Cavett, 1969)


1. MIDNIGHT SPECIAL – Johnny Rivers (TV show premieres 1972)


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