1968: The MC5 record live tracks for their upcoming album at the Grande Ballroom in Detroit. The lyrics of the stage version of the single "Kick Out The Jams" are changed from "kick out the jams brothers and sisters" to "kick out the jams motherfuckers!", causing quite a stir among both teens and parents.
1955: Billboard reviews Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti" and calls it "cleverly styled novelty with nonsense words, rapid fire delivery." The record's hard-driving sound and wild lyrics not only became a model for future Little Richard songs, but also for Rock and Roll itself.
1972: The United States Council for World Affairs announces that it is adopting "Join Together" by The Who as its official theme.
1964: The Supremes release "Come See About Me", which would become the third of their five consecutive US number one hits. In the UK, it would reach #27.