After the Monroe Brothers part ways, Bill Monroe forms his own bands: the Kentuckians (in Little Rock, Arkansas) and then the Blue Grass Boys (in Atlanta, Georgia).
Van Morrison was born.
"My Boyfriend's Back" by the Angels goes to #1.
Booker T. and the M.G.s hit #17 with "Soul Limbo".
The Band appear at the British Isle of Wight Festival, performing a set of their own before backing up Bob Dylan.
Rhinestone Cowboy (Glenn Campbell) was a hit.
Upside Down (Diana Ross) was a hit.
Yes hits #18 in the US with 'Drama'.
Kate Bush hits #30 in the US with "Running Up That Hill".
Venus (Bananarama) was a hit.
'Bad,' by Michael Jackson - the followup to Thriller and therefore the most hotly anticipated album in history - is released. It tops the charts for eight weeks and yields seven hit singles.
MTV premieres "Club MTV," a video age dance show hosted by "Downtown" Julie Brown. "Club MTV" is the first program to have a Monday through Friday time slot.
Scorpions hits #4 with "Winds of Change".
MTV Europe announces it will launch in Lichtenstein, Lebanon and Romania beginning October 1992. The launch will make MTV Europe available in 29 territories, reaching over 39 million European households.
President Clinton, in his first stop on a post convention bus tour, reaches out to young voters in a one-on-one interview with MTV News' Tabitha Soren. The interview, which takes place at Cape Girardeau, marks the first time this campaign season that the President has addressed youth issues on MTV.