Undated -- On April 20th, 1959, the first single by 13-year-old Dolly Parton was released on Gold Band Records. It was called "Puppy Love."
In 1960, Elvis Presley returned to Hollywood following his Army duty. He began work on the film "G.I. Blues."
In 1968, Deep Purple played its first live concert, in Denmark. The band's big hit that year in the US was "Hush."
In 1990, singer Janet Jackson received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In 1991, musician John Fogerty married Julie Lebiedzinski in Bristol, Indiana.
Also in 1991, singer-guitarist Steve Marriot of Small Faces died in a fire in his home in England. He was 44.
In 1992, the Concert For Life, a tribute to AIDS victim and Queen vocalist Freddie Mercury, was held in London. Metallica opened the show and was followed by artists George Michael and Elton John. Annie Lennox and David Bowie teamed up on the song "Under Pressure."
Also in 1992, comedian Benny Hill was found dead in his London home.
In 1994, Barbra Streisand gave her first London concert in 28 years at Wembley Stadium.