Guy Fawkes is caught red-handed, Susan B. Anthony votes, George Foreman becomes the oldest heavyweight boxing champion ever, Saddam Hussein is sentenced to death, and tragedy strikes Fort Hood, all on this day.
2005: Rock 'n' roll singer-songwriter and guitarist Fred Lincoln "Link" Wray Jr., whose 1958 instrumental hit "Rumble" essentially introduced the power chord to rock music, dies of heart failure at age 76 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Wray has been credited with making both punk and hard rock possible and was named by Rolling Stone as the 45th best guitarist in history.
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