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Popular English vocal trio the Bee Gees; from left to right, brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb
The Bee Gees by Sydney O'Meara

January 27th

1968The Bee Gees play their first American gig at California’s Anaheim Convention Center, making $50,000.

1971David Bowie arrived in the US for the first time; he couldn’t play live because of work permit restrictions, but attracted publicity when he wore a dress at a promotion event.

1984Madonna made her first appearance in the UK when she appeared on C4 TV music program The Tube performing ‘Holiday’. The show was broadcast live from the Hacienda Club in Manchester.

1990 – In honor of one of its most famous sons, Gainesville, Fla., declares today Tom Petty Day.

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