This Day In Music History
1967 – The News Of The World reported that Mick Jagger had taken LSD at the Moody Blues’ home in the UK. Jagger sued the paper for libel in an on-going feud between the News Of The World and The Stones.
1970 – No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit: “Venus,” The Shocking Blue. The song is the biggest-selling single from Holland.
1983 – Toto went to No.1 on the US singles with ‘Africa’; a No.3 hit in the UK.
2004 – Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction became the most searched-for image in net history, Jackson was exposed to millions on TV after Justin Timberlake pulled at her bodice during a duet. Search engines reported a big jump in searches for Janet Jackson and Super Bowl, as people turned to the web for images of the event.