Today in History: August 1st Music 01/08/2016 1/7 1968: The movie Performance starring Mick Jagger premiered in theaters. 2/7 1971: George Harrison set a shining example by hosting the Concert for Bangladesh at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston and Ravi Shankar joined him. 3/7 1954: Fats Domino, Muddy Waters, the Clovers, the Orioles and Little Walter performed at the "Moondog Jubilee of Stars Under the Stars" at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York. 4/7 1960: Aretha Franklin recorded her first non-gospel songs "Today I Sing The Blues", "Over The Rainbow", "Love Is The Only Thing" and "Right Now" at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City. 5/7 1960: Elvis Presley was named Public Enemy #1 by the East German newspaper Young World. Advertisement 6/7 1963: Beatles Monthly, a magazine devoted to the group, was first published on this date. 7/7 1964: Ringo Starr was a panelist on the British television show Juke Box Jury.