This Day In Music History
1969 – Crosby Stills Nash & Young played the first of four nights at Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, California.
1973 – Jerry Lee Lewis’ 19-year-old son, Jerry Lee, dies in a car accident outside Hernando, Miss. Jerry Lee Lewis Jr. drummed in his father’s band.
1987 – No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: “I Think We’re Alone Now,” Tiffany. Tiffany Darwish was born Oct. 2, 1971, making her the first artist with a No. 1 hit to be born in the 1970s.
1992 – Elton John performs his first gig in Mexico before an audience of 90,000.