1960: The movie “Psycho” opened in Hollywood.
1965: The Rolling Stones released “Satisfaction.”
1979: John Wayne died of cancer at 72.
1993: “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” the movie based on Tina Turner’s autobiography, was released.
1995: Jewish leaders demanded an apology from Michael Jackson over his song “They Don’t Care About Us,” which contained anti-Semitic slang words.
1995: Pearl Jam began a tour without using Ticketmaster. The band accused Ticketmaster of monopolizing the concert ticket industry.
1996: Jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald died at her home in Beverly Hills, Calif. She was 78.
2002: Paul McCartney married Heather Mills at a castle in Ireland. They have since announced their split.