Jan. 13, 1968
Defying record executives, Johnny Cash records a live album at Folsom State Prison in California. "Live at Folsom Prison" would become one of Cash's best-selling records and would eventually be recognized as one of the greatest albums of all time.
Jan. 14, 1966
Musician David Jones changes his name to David Bowie to avoid being confused with The Monkees' Davy Jones. He later said he chose "Bowie" because he likes that "big American bear-killin' knife."
Jan. 14, 1973
With Coach Don Shula at the helm, the Miami Dolphins win Super Bowl VII, becoming the first -- and still only -- NFL team to finish with an undefeated season.
Jan. 16, 1976
Peter Frampton's "Frampton Comes Alive!" is released. Frampton told the GB Radio Show that the album, which remains the fourth-best-selling live album in music history, has allowed him still create new music today.