In 1967, The Rolling Stones made their famous “Let’s Spend the Night Together” appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Sullivan ordered the Stones to censor the lyrics of their current hit, so Mick Jagger mumbled the title lyrics as “Let’s spend some time together” while rolling his eyes.

In 1972, Don McLean’s “American Pie” reached number one in the U-S.

In 1991, Sean Lennon’s remake of his father John Lennon’s “Give Peace A Chance” was released to coincide with the United Nations’ midnight deadline for Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait.

Also in 1992, Dee Murray, who played bass for Elton John, died of cancer in Nashville.

In 1994, singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson, who won a Grammy award for singing “Everybody’s Talkin’,” the theme from the 1969 film “Midnight Cowboy,” died at his Los Angeles-area home. He was 52.

In 1995, guitarist Gilby Clarke announced he was leaving Guns N’ Roses for a solo career.

In 1999, rapper ODB of the Wu-Tang Clan was charged in New York City with attempted murder after what police said was a shootout. Officers said two shots were fired at them when they tried to pull over a vehicle driving without lights. But the charge against ODB was dismissed less than a month later when authorities failed to produce any gun or ballistics evidence. ODB died on November 13th, 2004, at a New York recording studio from an accidental drug overdose.