Time Rewind is your pop culture time machine—an online portal to amazing and sometimes forgotten events, fads, music, people and places through the decades.
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The Drifters enter a studio to record their classic “On Broadway.”
"The Sounds of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel is the No. 1 single.
Frank Sinatra’s daughter, Nancy, hits the Billboard Hot 100 with “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’.” The track marches its way to No. 1 a month later.
Stevie Wonder is on top of the Billboard Hot 100 with "I Wish."
"Down Under" by Australian band Men At Work is mid-way through a three-week reign over the Billboard singles chart.
"All For Love" by Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting is the No. 1 single. The track is from the movie "The Three Musketeers."
Christina Aguilera has the No. 1 single with "What a Girl Wants."
"Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" premieres on NBC and helps launch the acting careers of Goldie Hawn, Lily Tomlin and many others.
Former President Lyndon Johnson dies at his Texas ranch at the age of 64.
George Foreman is crowned World Heavyweight Boxing Champion after knocking out Joe Frazier in two rounds during "The Sunshine Showdown" in Kingston, Jamaica.
The U.S. Supreme Court delivers its landmark decision in Roe v. Wade, legalizing elective abortion in all 50 states.
Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actor Heath Ledger, best known for his roles in the movies "Brokeback Mountain" and "The Dark Knight," dies from accidental intoxication by prescription drugs at the age of 28.
Restaurateur and TV host Guy Fieri ("Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives") (50)
Actress Diane Lane ("Unfaithful," "The Perfect Storm," "Under the Tuscan Sun") (53)
Actress Linda Blair, best known for her portrayal of the demonically possessed girl in the horror movie "The Exorcist" (59)
Journey front man Steve Perry (69)
Actor John Hurt ("Alien," "The Elephant Man") (78)
INXS founding member and front man Michael Hutchence (1960 - 1997)
Actor Bill Bixby ("My Favorite Martian," "The Incredible Hulk") (1934 - 1993)
Soul singing sensation Sam Cooke, best known for his hits "You Send Me" and "Chain Gang." (1931 - 1964)