Almanac: November 14, 2015
- 1905 - John Henry Barbee (born William Tucker) (d. 1964)
- 1914 - Ken Carson (Sons of the Pioneers) (d. 1994)
- 1919 - Johnny Desmond (d. 1985)
- 1936 - Freddie Garrity (Freddie and the Dreamers) (d. 2006)
- 1936 - Cornell Gunter (Platters, Coasters, Flairs) (d. 1990)
- 1939 - Wendy Carlos (born Walter Carlos) (76)
- 1944 - Scherrie Payne (Supremes) (71)
- 1947 - Buckwheat Zydeco (68)
- 1949 - James Young (Styx) (66)
- 1951 - Stephen Bishop (64)
- 1951 - Frankie Banali (Quiet Riot, W.A.S.P.) (64)
- 1951 - Barry Brandt (Angel) (64)
- 1952 - Alec John Such (Bon Jovi) (63)
- 1953 - Alexander O'Neill (Time) (62)
- 1954 - Yanni (born Yiannis Hrysomallis) (61)
- 1954 - Kim Clarke (Defunkt) (61)
- 1957 - Gretchen Peters (58)
- 1962 - Josh Silver (Type O Negative) (53)
- 1964 - Rev. Run (born Joseph Simmons) (Run-DMC) (51)
- 1964 - Andrew Banfield (Pasadenas) (51)
- 1967 - Nina Gordon (Veruca Salt) (48)
- 1968 - Brian Yale (Matchbox 20) (47)
- 1969 - Butch Walker (46)
- 1972 - Dougie Payne (Travis) (43)
- 1974 - Adina Howard (41)
- 1975 - Travis Barker (Blink-182) (40)
- 1975 - Faye Tozer (Steps) (40)
- 1977 - Obie Trice (38)
- 1979 - Tobin Esperance (Papa Roach) (36)
- 1982 - Lil Bossie (born Terrence Hatch) (33)
- 1992 - John Cascella (John Mellencamp) - Heart attack
- 2000 - Cecil Blackwood (Blackwood Brothers) (66)
- 1960 - The term “Nashville Sound” was first used in Time magazine.
- 1961 - Elvis Presley's film Blue Hawaii premiered.
- 1977 - KISS opened their Alive II Tour in Oklahoma City, OK.
- 1981 - On the U.S. Singles chart, four of the the top ten songs were by Australian artists (Olivia Newton-John, Little River Band, Air Supply, Rick Springfield).
- 1990 - Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan were fired from Milli Vanilli by producer Frank Farin after they insisted on singing on their record.
- 1990 - Pete Townshend stated in Newsweek magazine that he is bi-sexual.
- 1991 - A riot at a New Kids on the Block concert in Berlin, Germany injurred over 1,000 people.
- 1996 - Mel McDaniels touring days ended when he fell into an orchestra pit during a show in Lafayette, LA. He was severely injured and required a number of surgeries.
- 2000 - The trial of Michael Abram, the man who attacked George and Patti Harrison in their home, began.
- 2000 - The retail chain HMV in the U.K. refused to stock the new single by the Offspring after the group gave it away as a free download on their site.
- 2004 - The Rolling Stones were told they would have to go to arbitration instead of court in a dispute with Decca in the U.K. over unpaid royalties for the early tracks on their Forty Licks CD.
- 2004 - A new version of Do They Know It's Christmas? was recorded by a group of artists including Bono, Paul McCartney, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Robbie Williams, Keane, Snow Patrol, Travis and the Darkness.
- 1951 - Louis Jordan and Vicky Hayes
- 1996 - Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe
- 2009 - Nate Followill (Kings of Leon) and Jessie Baylen
- 1983 - Andrew Lloyd Webber and Sarah Hugill
- 1951 - Marty Robbins' first recording session for Columbia Records.
- 1962 - Mixed-Up Confusion - Bob Dylan
- 1969 - Led Zeppelin III - Led Zeppelin (first day of recording)
- 1970 - Black Magic Woman - Santana (single)
- 1978 - The Gambler - Kenny Rogers
- 1989 - When I Call Your Name - Vince Gill
- 1995 - Stripped - Rolling Stones
- 2000 - Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death) - Marilyn Manson
- 2003 - The Black Album - Jay-Z
- 1951 - The Perry Como Show (CBS) - Hank Williams (First national TV appearance)
- 2001 - Garth Brooks: Coast to Coast Live (CBS) - Garth Brooks, Keb' Mo', Trisha Yearwood