Music History for

November 1


1877 - Composer Roger Quilter was born.

1894 - "Billboard Advertising" was published for the first time. It later became known as "Billboard."

1934 - Composer William Mathias was born.

1964 - The Dave Clark Five performed "Glad All Over" on "The Ed Sullivan Show."

1968 - George Harrison released the soundtrack "Wonderwall." He was the first Beatle to release a solo album.

1969 - Faces was added to Warner Brothers records.

1987 - U2 opened for itself by pretending to be a country-rock group called The Dalton Brothers during a concert in Indianapolis, IN.

1991 - The Nirvana album "MTV Unplugged in New York" was released.

1993 - Fats Domino's album "Christmas Is a Special Day" was released on EMI/Right Stuff. It was his first major-label album in 25 years.

1993 - Flavor Flav (Public Enemy) was arrested for allegedly trying to shoot another man in a dispute over a woman. William Drayton (Flavor Flav's real name) was charged with attempted murder, possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment.

1994 - Nirvana's "MTV Unplugged" performance was released as "MTV Unplugged in New York."

2006 - Apple created a category for Latino and Hispanic content for iTunes.