Presty the DJ for Nov. 14

The number one single today in 1960:

The number one British single today in 1981:

The number one British album today in 1981 was “Queen Greatest Hits”:

The number one album today in 1987 was the soundtrack to “Dirty Dancing”:

Sometimes, one sentence says all you need to know: Today in 1990, record producer Frank Farin fired Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan because the members of Milli Vanilli insisted on singing their next album. Need I write more?

The number one single today in 1992:

The number one British album today in 1998 was “U2: The Best of 1980–1990 and B Sides”:

Today in 2000, Chris “Limahl” Hamel, former lead singer of Kajagoogoo, was nearly killed when his bus crashed and caught fire on the way to a concert:

The number one British single today in 2004:

Birthdays begin with Cornell Gunter of the Coasters:

James Young of Styx:

Alec John Such of Bon Jovi:

Joseph “Run” Simmons of Run DMC:

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