- Nadine Coyle (30)
- Mary Carey (35)
- Anna Torv (37)
- Gary Lightbody (39)
- Elizabeth Reaser (40)
- Neil Patrick Harris (42)
- Andy Pettitte (43)
- Chloe Dao (43)
- Jake Busey (44)
- Bif Naked (44)
- Leah Remini (45)
- Ice Cube (46)
- Idalis DeLeon (46)
- Courteney Cox (51)
- John Varvatos (51)
- Helen Hunt (52)
- Michèle Laroque (55)
- Eileen Davidson (56)
- Julie Hagerty (60)
- Polly Draper (60)
- Jim Belushi (61) (Featured Above)
- Johnny Hallyday (72)
- Waylon Jennings (RIP)
- James Hunt (Born: August 29, 1947 / Died: June 15, 1993)
- Ella Fitzgerald (Born: April 25, 1917 / Died: June 15, 1996)
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- 1966 – Assault on a Queen
- 1966 – Duel at Diablo
- 1966 – Munster, Go Home!
- 1966 – Stagecoach
- 1967 – The Dirty Dozen
- 1970 – The Strawberry Statement
- 1979 – The In-Laws
- 1979 – Butch and Sundance: The Early Days
- 1979 – The In-Laws
- 1979 – Prophecy
- 1979 – Rocky II
- 1984 – Under the Volcano
- 1990 – Dick Tracy
- 1990 – Gremlins 2
- 1959 – Johnny Horton had the #1 song for the third week with “The Battle Of New Orleans”.
- 1961 – On this weeks UK singles chart: No.5, Clarence Frogman Henry, ‘But I Do’, No.4, Ricky Nelson, ‘Hello Marylou’, No.3, The Shadows, ‘The Frightened City’, No.2, Del Shannon, ‘Runaway’, No.1, Elvis Presley ‘Surrender.’
- 1963 – Kyu Sakamoto started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Sukiyaki’, the first-ever Japanese song to do so. It made No.6 on the UK chart in 1963 and was also a No.10 UK single for Kenny Ball in the same year.
- 1964 – The 4 Seasons released the single “Rag Doll”.
- 1965 – The Rolling Stones kicked off an 8-date mini-European tour at The Odeon Theatre in Glasgow, Scotland, supported by The Hollies.
- 1967 – Peter Green left John Mayall’s Blues Breakers to form Fleetwood Mac.
- 1968 – The classic “Mrs. Robinson” remained at #1 for a third week for Simon & Garfunkel
- 1970 – Jimi Hendrix recorded at his Electric Ladyland studio in New York City for the first time.
- 1974 – A band from Alabama saw their first hit debut on the charts on this date. The Commodores debuted with “Machine Gun”.
- 1974 – ABBA’s second album (but first UK release), ‘Waterloo’ entered the UK chart for the first time peaking at No.28. The album’s title track won ABBA the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest.
- 1974 – Paul McCartney & Wings announced the addition of Geoff Britton, who replaced Denny Seiwell.
- 1974 – Elvis Presley played the first night of an 18 date US tour by playing four shows at the Tarrant County Center, Forth Worth, Texas.
- 1974 – The album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John was still in the Top 10, 35 weeks after its release.
- 1976 – The Sex Pistols recorded their first demos in Clapham’s Majestic studios followed by a gig that night at The 100 club, London.
- 1977 – The Sex Pistols held a party on a boat as it sailed down The River Thames in London. The Pistols performed ‘Anarchy In The UK’ outside The Houses Of Parliament resulting in members from the party being arrested when the boat docked later that day.
- 1978 – During a European tour Bob Dylan played the first of six sold out nights at London’s Earl Court.
- 1985 – Dire Straits started a nine-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with, ‘Brothers In Arms’.
- 1989 – Nirvana’s album “Bleach” was released. This album was their first album.
- 1989 – Public Enemy broke up after group member Professor Griff made anti-semetic remarks. They reassembled 2 months later.
1991, Paula Abdul started a five week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Rush Rush’, her 5th US No.1, a No.6 hit in the UK.
- 1996 – US jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald died in Beverly Hills, California, aged 79.
- 1996 – The great album The Score by the Fugees was #1 for the fourth week.
- 1998 – The Spice Girls began their first North American tour in Miami.
- 1958 – The first teenage all-music TV show Oh Boy!, was broadcast for the first time in the UK. Each week Oh Boy! featured resident artists plus a selection of special guests.
- 1958 – The Platters sang “Twilight Time” on Ed Sullivan.
- 1973 – Jim Croce hosted The Midnight Special.
- 1993 – FOX-TV aired “Paul McCartney Live In The New World.” It was McCartney’s first live concert to be televised.
- 2007 – Bob Barker’s final appearance as host of “The Price Is Right” aired. The show had been taped on June 6.
“OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS…”
- 1877 – Henry O. Flipper became the first African American to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
- 1911 – The Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. was incorporated in the state of New York. The company was later renamed International Business Machines (IBM) Corp.
- 1916 – U.S. President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill incorporating the Boy Scouts of America.
- 1968 – The Beatles announced at a press conference in London that their visit with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi about transcendental meditation was a mistake.
- 1988 – During Bruce Springsteen’s stay in Rome during a world tour a photographer took a shot of Bruce in his underpants sharing an intimate moment with his backing singer Patti Scialfa. The picture confirmed the rumours that Bruce and Patti were having an affair.
- 1992 – U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle instructed a student to spell “potato” with an “e” on the end during a spelling bee. He had relied on a faulty flash card that had been written by the student’s teacher.