Undated -- On May 30th, 1968, The Beatles began recording the "White Album."
In 1978, Swan Song Records announced that Led Zeppelin had entered the recording studio for the first time since the death of Robert Plant's son a year earlier. The sessions became the band's final album, "In Through The Out Door."
In 1987, Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz was arrested in Liverpool, England, for allegedly throwing a beer can at a fan during a concert. He was later acquitted.
In 1990, the band Midnight Oil gave a free concert on flatbed trucks outside of an Exxon building in response to the oil spill of the Exxon Valdez in Alaska.
In 1992, singer Paul Simon married singer Edie Brickell.
In 1995, Robert Dewey Hoskins was arrested for scaling the fence around Madonna's Hollywood Hills mansion. He was later convicted of stalking her.
In 1996, John Tesh made his last appearance as host of "Entertainment Tonight." He stepped down after ten years to pursue his music career.