This Day in Music History
1970 : Jefferson Airplane is fined $1,000 for onstage profanity in Oklahoma City.
1976 : Mick Jagger is hospitalized in New York with a respiratory infection.
1977 : Keith Richards is arrested for heroin possession in Toronto.
1980 : Michael Jackson wins his first Grammy for "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough", Best R&B Performance.
1980 : Donna Summer wins a Grammy for "Hot Stuff", Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. Earth, Wind & Fire wins a Grammy for After the "Love Has Gone", Best R&B Group Vocal Performance.
1980 : The Doobie Brothers' "What A Fool Believes" wins Grammys for both Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
1991 : James Brown is released on parole from a South Carolina prison after serving two years of a six-year sentence on drug and assault charges.
1998 : Motley Crue member Vince Neil, announces an agreement with Internet Entertainment Group and Vivid Video to distribute a 60-minute home video of him having sex with two adult film models while on vacation in Hawaii.
1998 : Country singer Jason Sellers gets some help entertaining a lunchtime crowd at the 29th Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, Tennessee. His former wife, Lee Ann Womack, makes a special appearance as Sellers' duet partner. Says Sellers: "Man, you look good. I want you back." Womack has no patience for her ex's plea. "Well," she says, "maybe if you'da said that a little earlier..."
1998 : A day after his wife Pamela Anderson Lee files for divorce for the second time, Tommy Lee of Motley Crue pleads innocent in court on charges that he abused her.
2001 : Carlos Santana (Santana) returns to the Mexican town Autlan De Navarro, where he grew up, for the first time in 46 years. Carlos is honored along with his father, the mariachi player Jose Santana, as a statue is unveiled of the senior Santana.
2005 : Jamie Foxx wins a Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of wins his first Grammy for Ray Charles in the movie, Ray.
Texts from calendar.songfacts.com