This Day In Music History
1966 – The Supremes record ‘You Keep Me Hangin’ On’. This song would become their 8th number-one single later in the year when it topped the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart for two weeks in November.
1975 – The Jackson Five announces that they are leaving Motown Records for Epic Records. They were forced to change their name to The Jacksons since Motown owned the rights to other name.
1983 – The ever-feuding Everly Brothers announce they have made up. They also announce they will play London’s Royal Albert Hall as a duo for the first time since 1973.
2000 – Michael “Cub” Koda of Brownsville Station and ‘Smokin’ in the Boys’ Room’ fame, dies after a battle with kidney disease.