Today In Rock: February 14

1959

Lloyd Price's version of "Stagger Lee" tops the R&B chart for the first of four weeks.

1965

This Diamond Ring (Gary Lewis & the Playboys) was a hit.

1970

King Crimson hits #28 in the US with 'In the Court of the Crimson King'.

1973

Don McLean hits #21 with "Dreidel".

1975

Roxy Music hits #37 in the US with 'Country Life'.

1976

ELO hits #10 in the US with "Evil Woman".

1976

Suzi Quatro hits #56 in the Us with "Can the Can."

1984

Guitarists-in-exile Joe Perry and Brad Whitford attend Aerosmith's show at Boston's Orpheum. Afterward, they agree to put the original quintet back together.

1986

Cinderella hits #13 with "Nobody's Fool".

1987

Paul Simon brings the Graceland tour to Zimbabwe, Africa.

1987

Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer" tops the US charts, where it will stay for three weeks.

1987

Prince hits #2 with "U Got the Look" and #3 with "Sign O the Times".

1987

Bon Jovi hits #1 with "Livin On a Prayer".

1987

Boston hits #9 with "We're Ready".

1988

Seasons Change (Expose) was a hit.

1989

Veteran Martha Quinn returns to the network to host "Classic MTV," a half hour music program featuring classic videos from the early days of MTV.

1992

MTV Europe launches in Poland and Turkey. MTV Europe's subscriptions passes 10 million mark in Germany and is not available in over 32 million European households.