June 13, 1988 in History
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George Harrison releases "This is Love"




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George Harrison History:
November 29, 2001 - George Harrison, musician, The Beatles, dies at 58
November 27, 1989 - George Harrison releases "Cheer Down" and "Poor Little Girl"
October 23, 1989 - George Harrison releases "Best of Dark Horse 1976 - 1989" album
January 25, 1988 - George Harrison releases "When We Was Fab"
October 12, 1987 - George Harrison releases "Got My Mind Set On You"
November 5, 1982 - George Harrison releases "Gone Troppo" album
June 5, 1981 - George Harrison releases "Somewhere in England"
May 15, 1981 - George Harrison releases "All Those Years Ago" in the United Kingdom
February 19, 1981 - George Harrison is ordered to pay ABKCO Music $587,000 for "subconscious plagiarism" "My Sweet Lord" with "He's So Fine"
July 13, 1979 - George Harrison releases "Faster"
April 27, 1979 - George Harrison releases "Love Comes to Everyone"
February 23, 1979 - George Harrison releases "George Harrison" album
February 16, 1979 - George Harrison releases "Blow Away"
September 2, 1978 - George Harrison marries Olivia
June 9, 1977 - George and Patti Harrison divorce
February 18, 1977 - George Harrison releases "True Love"
November 20, 1976 - George Harrison appears on Saturday Night Live
November 19, 1976 - George Harrison releases "This Song"
September 28, 1976 - A&M sues George Harrison who fails to meet deadline for LP completion
September 7, 1976 - U.S. courts find George Harrison guilty of plagiarism for 'He's So Fine'
August 31, 1976 - George Harrison found guilty of plagurizing "My Sweet Lord"
April 20, 1976 - George Harrison sings lumberjack song with Monty Python
February 6, 1976 - George Harrison releases "This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying)"
October 3, 1975 - George Harrison releases "Extra Texture" album in the United Kingdom
December 20, 1974 - George Harrison releases his "Dark Horse" album in the United Kingdom
December 6, 1974 - George Harrison releases "Ding Dong, Ding Dong"
March 1, 1974 - George Harrison announces his concert tour of U.S. in November
July 25, 1973 - George Harrison pays 1,000,000 pounds tax on his Bangladesh concert and album
June 22, 1973 - George Harrison releases "Living in the Material World"
June 1, 1973 - George Harrison's "Living in the Material World" goes gold
May 25, 1973 - George Harrison releases "Give Me Love" in the United Kingdom
February 28, 1972 - George Harrison is involved in a minor car accident
August 1, 1971 - George Harrison's concert for Bangladesh takes place in New York City
July 30, 1971 - George Harrison releases "Bangladesh"
February 23, 1971 - George Harrison is fined and his driving license is suspended for 1 year
January 31, 1971 - "My Sweet Lord" by George Harrison hit #1 on United Kingdom pop chart
January 15, 1971 - George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord"
November 30, 1970 - George Harrison releases his triple album set "All Things Must Pass"
November 27, 1970 - George Harrison releases 3 album set "All Things Must Pass"
September 4, 1970 - George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord" single
October 31, 1969 - George Harrison's "Something" is released in the United Kingdom
March 31, 1969 - George Harrison and Patti Boyd are fined 250 pounds each for illegal drugs
October 10, 1968 - George Harrison forms Singsong Ltd.
May 15, 1968 - "Wonderwall" with George Harrison premieres at Cannes Film Festival
February 16, 1968 - Beatles George Harrison and John Lennon and wives fly to India for transcendental meditation study with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
June 28, 1967 - George Harrison is fined 6 pounds for speeding
June 1, 1966 - George Harrison is impressed by Ravi Shankar's concert in London
January 21, 1966 - Beatle George Harrison marries model Patti Boyd
February 7, 1965 - George Harrison has his tonsils removed
December 25, 1964 - George Harrison's girlfriend Patti Boyd attacked by female Beatle fans
December 7, 1964 - George Harrison changes his company's name from Mornyork to Harrisongs
September 11, 1964 - George Harrison forms Mornyork Ltd music publishing company
May 10, 1963 - Decca signs Rolling Stones on advice of Beatle George Harrison
April 14, 1963 - George Harrison is impressed by unsigned group "Rolling Stones"
August 29, 1958 - George Harrison joins Quarrymen (Lennon-McCartney-Best-Sutcliffe)
February 25, 1943 - George Harrison, rocker, Beatle/Travelling Willberries-My Sweet Lord


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