November 1992 in Music History

Events in Music

Music Single

Nov 3 "I Will Always Love You" (Dolly Parton cover) single released by Whitney Houston (Billboard Song of the Year 1993)

Album Release

Nov 3 Rock band Rage Against the Machine releases their debut album "Rage Against the Machine" featuring single "Killing in the Name"

  • Nov 5 Revival of George Kelly's 1924 play "The Show Off", starring Boyd Gaines and Pat Carroll, opens at Criterion Center Stage Right, NYC; runs for 45 performances
  • Nov 8 "Solitary Confinement" opens at Nederlander Theater NYC for 25 performances
  • Nov 17 "Gypsy Passion" opens at Plymouth Theater NYC for 55 performances
  • Nov 17 "The Bodyguard" movie soundtrack is released by Arista Records (Billboard Album of the Year 1993)
  • Nov 19 "3 From Brooklyn" opens at Helen Hayes Theater NYC for 45 performances
  • Nov 23 "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me" opens at Booth NYC for 232 performances
  • Nov 29 "Sea Gull" opens at Lyceum Theater NYC for 48 performances
  • Nov 29 "Solitary Confinement" closes at Nederlander NYC after 25 performances

Birthdays in Music

  • Nov 1 Joe Donovan, British pop-indie-rock drummer (Blossoms), born in Stockport, England
  • Nov 18 Bree Runway [Brenda Mensah], English singer and rapper (ATM), born in London, England
  • Nov 19 Tove Styrke, Swedish singer-songwriter (Say My Name), born in Umeå, Sweden
  • Nov 20 Ishimura Maiha, Japanese pop singer (Berryz Kobo), born in Chiba Prefecture, Japan

DavidoDavido (30 years old)

Nov 21 Nigerian-American singer-songwriter (Fall), born in Atlanta, Georgia

Miley CyrusMiley Cyrus (30 years old)

Nov 23 American actress and singer (Hannah Montana, "The Climb"), born in Franklin, Tennessee

Deaths in Music

  • Nov 7 Henri Temianka, Scottish-born Polish composer (California Chamber Symphony), dies at 85
  • Nov 8 Keith "Red" Mitchell, American jazz double bassist, composer, and lyricist (Hampton Hawes; André Previn), dies from a stroke at 65
  • Nov 12 Charles "Honi" Coles, American actor and tap dancer (Dirty Dancing), dies of cancer at 81
  • Nov 13 Bobby McClure, American gospel (The Soul Stirrers) and soul singer ("Don't Mess Up A Good Thing"), dies from a stroke at 50
  • Nov 13 Maurice Ohana, French classical pianist and composer, dies at 79
  • Nov 13 Ronnie Bond, British drummer (Troggs - "Wild Thing"; "Love Is All Around"), dies at 52
  • Nov 14 George Adams, American jazz and R&B tenor saxophonist and flautist (Charles Mingus; Gil Evans; McCoy Tyner; Adams/Pullen Quartet), dies at 52
  • Nov 14 John J. Cascella, American rock keyboard and accordion player (John Mellencamp), dies of a heart attack at 45
  • Nov 18 Dorothy Kirsten, American operatic soprano (Time to Sing, Chevy Show), dies from stroke at 82
  • Nov 19 Bobby Russell, American songwriter ("Honey"; "Little Green Apples"), dies at 52
  • Nov 21 Severino Gazzelloni, Italian flautist, dies
  • Nov 23 Roy Acuff, American country fiddler, singer ("Wabash Cannonball"; Grand Ole Opry), and music publisher (Acuff-Rose Music), dies of congestive heart failure at 89
  • Nov 24 Henriette Puig-Roget, French pianist, organist (Oratory of the Louvre, 1935-79), and music educator (Conservatoire de Paris, 1957-79), dies at 82
  • Nov 24 Mary Smithuysen, Dutch dancer and actress (Bridge Too Far), dies at 85
  • Nov 24 Xavier Darasse, French organist and composer, dies at 58
  • Nov 29 Cary Scott Lowenstein, American dancer and singer, dies of AIDS at 30
  • Nov 30 Jorge Donn, dancer, dies after long illness at 45