The Temptations

This Day In Music History
October 5th
1967 - The Doors play the final show of a five night run at Steve Paul's "The Scene" in New York City. Steve Paul, owner of The Scene, and notable as the one-time manager of Johnny Winter, refused to pay protection money to the Mafia.
This Day In Music History
June 1st
1964 - The Rolling Stones land at Kennedy Airport for their debut US tour.  They are met by over 500 fans as they exited the airplane.
This Day In Music History
May 12th
1962 - The Temptations make the charts with their first notable single "Dream Come True." It was written by Berry Gordy Jr. the founder of Motown.