“Born Today” \tTyler Hoechlin (28) \tCharles Kelley (34) \tMike Comrie (35) \tAriana Richards (36) \tCameron Richardson (36) \tBen Lee (37) \tLudacris (38) \tElephant Man (40) \tBrad Fischetti (40) \tRichard Ashcroft (44) \tTed Leo (45) \tLaura Wright (45) \tTaraji P. Henson (45) \tMaria Bartiromo (48) \tHarry Connick Jr. (48) \tPaul Heyman (50) \tMoby (50) \tKristy McNichol (53) \tElizabeth “EG” Daily (54) \tVirginia Madsen (54) \tJohn Hawkes (56) \tAmy Madigan (65) \tLola Falana (73) \tBrian De Palma (75) “Died Today” \tLorne Greene (Born: February 12, 1916 / Died: September 11, 1987) \tDavid Angell (Born: April 10, 1946 / Died: September 11, 2001) \t*Angell died along with the rest of the important victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks \tJohn Ritter (Born: September 17, 1948 / Died: September 11, 2003) “Movies” \t1992 - Sneakers \t1992 - Where the Day Takes You \t1992 - Wind \t1998 - Simon Birch \t1998 - Rounders “Music” \t1958 - Lloyd Price recorded “Stagger Lee” \t1961 - Dion released “Runaround Sue” https://youtu.be/y4NUZJMCJ20 \t1962 - The Beatles recorded “Love Me Do” \t1964 - George Harrison announced his song publishing company, Harrissongs \t1964 - The Beatles performed during the Gator Bowl \t1965 - “Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones was #1 in the U.K. \t1965 - We Five’s “You Were On My Mind” were #1 on the Easy Listening chart for the second week https://youtu.be/8_f16t1JGHo \t1965 - The Beatles’ Help went from #61 to #1 \t1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience performed in Stockholm, Sweden \t1967 - The Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” became certified Gold \t1971 - Joan Baez’s “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” was #1 on the Easy Listening chart \t1971 - “Spanish Harlem” by Aretha Franklin was #1 on the R&B chart for the third week \t1971 - The Carpenters’ “Superstar” was #17 https://youtu.be/SJmmaIGiGBg \t1972 - The Faces performed in Madison Square Garden \t1976 - ELO’s A New World Record was released in the U.K. \t1976 - Elton John and Kiki Dee’s “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” reached #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart https://youtu.be/XgT196Oxptk \t1976 - Peter Frampton’s album, Frampton Comes Alive!, was the #1 album \t1977 - Bing Crosby and David Bowie recorded their own version of “The Little Drummer Boy” in London \t1978 - Foreigner released “Double Vision” https://youtu.be/vPgVmw0UBOU \t1978 - Robert Palmer performed in Birmingham, England \t1982 - Elton John’s “Blue Eyes” reached #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart https://youtu.be/cg-7sazuHIw \t1982 - John Cougar Mellencamp’s American Fool became the #1 album. The singer also had two songs in the top 10 at this time: “Jack & Diane” at #4 and “Hurts So Good” at #8. \t1982 - Chicago’s “Hard For Me To Say I’m Sorry” was #1 \t1984 - Bruce Springsteen performed the first of six sold-out shows in Philadelphia \t1987 - Paisley Park, Prince’s recording studio, officially opened in Minnesota \t1988 - Metallica began their European tour \t1990 - George Michael released Listen Without Prejudice \t1990 - Mariah Carey released “Love Takes Time” https://youtu.be/uos__9Qny34 \t1993 - Mariah Carey’s “Dreamlover” was #1 \t1999 - TLC’s “Unpretty” was #1 “TV/Radio” \t1966 - The Ed Sullivan Show hosted The Rolling Stones who performed “Paint It Black” https://youtu.be/-MZBLnk9YOk \t1971 - The Jackson Five animated television show debuted \t1980 - A 20/20 episode aired that featured an investigation of Elvis Presley’s death, and eventually caused the case on the singer’s death to be reopened “Other Important Events…” \t2001 - On this day the four airplanes were hijacked; two flew into the Twin Towers, one was crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, another crashed into the Pentagon. This senseless terrorist attack is responsible for the deaths of over 3,000 people. On this day we remember those lives.