\u00a0"BORN TODAY" \tKatharine McPhee (32) \tSean Faris (34) \tDanica Patrick (34) \tJenny Slate (34) \tLee Pace (37) \t\u00c9dgar Ram\u00edrez (39) \tWladimir Klitschko (40) \tMelanie Blatt of All Saints (41) \tJuvenile (41) \tLark Voorhies (42) \tCathy Dennis (47) \tSarah Jessica Parker (51) \tLisa Gay Hamilton (52) \tMike Henry (52) \tMarcia Cross (54) \tBrenda Strong (56) \tDaniel Boulud (61) \tBonnie Bedelia (68) \tElton John (69) \tPaul Michael Glaser (73) \tAretha Franklin (74) \tAnita Bryant (76) \tGloria Steinem (82) \tGene Shalit (90) "DIED TODAY" \tRobert Newton (Born:\u00a0June 1, 1905 \/ Died:\u00a0March 25, 1956) \tAlan Mowbray (Born:\u00a0August 18, 1896 \/ Died:\u00a0March 25, 1969) \tBill Kenny (Born:\u00a0June 12, 1914 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1978) \tNancy Walker (Born:\u00a0May 10, 1922 \/ Died:\u00a0March 25, 1992) \tLawrence M. \u201cLarry\u201d Lansburgh (Born: May 18, 1911 \/ Died: March 25, 2001) \tJoe Schermie (Born:\u00a0February 12, 1946 \/ Died:\u00a0March 25, 2002) \tBuck Owens (Born: August 12, 1929 \/ Died: March 25, 2006) \tDan Seals (born February 8, 1948 \/ Died: March 25, 2009) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1955 \u2013 The movie Blackboard Jungle \t1964 \u2013 Muscle Beach Party \t1964 \u2013 The Misadventures of Merlin Jones \t1971 \u2013 The Deserter \t1983 \u2013 The Outsiders \t1983 \u2013 Bad Boys \t1983 \u2013 The Black Stallion Returns \t1983 \u2013 Max Dugan Returns \t1983 \u2013 Spring Break \t1988 \u2013 Biloxi Blues \t1988 \u2013 The Fox and the Hound \t1988 \u2013 Johnny Be Good \t1994 \u2013 Above the Rim \t1994 \u2013 D2: The Mighty Ducks "MUSIC TODAY" \t1959 \u2013\u00a0 Bobby Darin released the single \u201cDream Lover\u201d. \t1960 \u2013\u00a0 Roy Orbison recorded \u201cOnly The Lonely\u201d at RCA Victor Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. \t1960 \u2013\u00a0 Ray Charles recorded \u201cGeorgia On My Mind\u201d. \t1963 \u2013 Johnny Cash recorded the June Carter\/Merle Kilgore song \u201cRing Of Fire.\u201d It became the biggest hit of Johnny Cash\u2019s career, staying at #1 on the charts for seven weeks. \t1964 \u2013\u00a0 The Beatles debuted on the Top of the Pops show on BBC-TV, performing \u201cCan\u2019t Buy Me Love\u201d and \u201cYou Can\u2019t Do That\u201d.\u00a0 The show had been recorded\u00a0March 19. \t1967 \u2013\u00a0 Aretha Franklin took over at #1 on the R&B chart with \u201cI Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)\u201d. \t1967 \u2013\u00a0 The Turtles moved to #1 with one of The Top 100 Songs of the Rock Era*\u2013\u201cHappy Together\u201d. \t1968 \u2013\u00a0 Spanky & Our Gang released the single \u201cLike to Get to Know You\u201d. \t1972 \u2013\u00a0 In the span of six weeks, America rose to #1 with their first single\u2013\u201cA Horse With No Name\u201d. \t1972 \u2013\u00a0 B.J. Thomas topped the Adult chart with \u201cRock And Roll Lullabye\u201d. \t1972 \u2013\u00a0 The self-titled America album took over at #1 from Harvest by Neil Young.\u00a0 Bread\u2019s Baby I\u2019m-A Want You was next with Nilsson Schmilsson from Nilsson and Paul Simon\u2019s self-titled release trailing \t1974 \u2013\u00a0 The Carpenters released the single \u201cI Won\u2019t Last A Day Without You\u201d. \t1975 \u2013\u00a0 Linda Ronstadt released her remake of the Everly Brothers hit \u201cWhen Will I Be Loved\u201d. \t1978 \u2013\u00a0 20 Golden Greats by Buddy Holly & the Crickets was the #1 album in the U.K. \t1978 \u2013\u00a0 England Dan & John Ford Coley\u2019s song \u201cWe\u2019ll Never Have To Say Goodbye Again\u201d was the new #1 on the Adult chart. \t1978 \u2013 \u201cMamas Don\u2019t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys\u201d by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson became the last song for 12 years to spend four weeks at #1 on Billboard\u2019s Hot Country Singles chart. \t1978 \u2013 \u201cNight Fever\u201d by the Bee Gees was #1 for a second week, the eighth straight week that a song written by the group had been #1.\u00a0 \u201cStayin\u2019 Alive\u201d from the Bee Gees was #2 with \u201cEmotion\u201d, another song they wrote and sang on. \t 1985 \u2013\u00a0 \u2018Til\u00a0Tuesday\u00a0released the single \u201cVoices Carry\u201d. \t 1985 \u2013\u00a0 Prince won the Oscar for Best Original Score for the \u201cPurple Rain\u201d Soundtrack. \t 1986 \u2013\u00a0 Guns N\u2019 Roses signed a worldwide recording contract with Geffen Records. \t 1989 \u2013\u00a0 Gloria Estefan had the #1 album in the U.K. with Anything for You. \t 1989 \u2013\u00a0 Madonna\u2019s \u201cLike A Prayer\u201d was the #1 song in the U.K. \t 1989 \u2013\u00a0 Roy Orbison landed one last #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart with \u201cYou Got It\u201d. \t1989 \u2013\u00a0 Mike + the Mechanics had the new #1 song with \u201cThe Living Years\u201d \t1995 \u2013\u00a0 \u201cLove Can Build A Bridge\u201d, the Comic Relief charity record from Cher, Eric Clapton, Chrissie Hynde and Neneh Cherry, was the #1 song in the U.K. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1968 \u2013 \u201cThe Frodis Caper,\u201d the 58th and last episode of The Monkees, directed by Micky Dolenz and featuring the lone band song \u201cZor and Zam,\u201d airs on NBC-TV. \t1983 \u2013\u00a0Motown Records had a big bash to celebrate their 25th anniversary (Motown 25 -Yesterday, Today, Forever).\u00a0 Stevie Wonder, the Supremes, the Temptations, the Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, the Jackson 5, the Commodores, Smokey Robinson, Martha Reeves and Jr. Walker performed at the Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, televised by NBC. \t1994 \u2013 Thunder in Paradise, a one-hour action-adventure TV series, debuts in syndication. \t1999 \u2013 Elton John appears on TV\u2019s Late Show with David Letterman promoting Elton John and Tim Rice\u2019s Aida, a concept album containing songs that will be used in next year\u2019s Broadway stage version of Aida (a Disney production). "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS" \t1939 \u2013 Billboard Magazine introduced the (country music) hillbilly music chart. The term country music did not begin to be used until the 1940\u2019s when the earlier term hillbilly music was deemed as degrading to the style of music. \t1958 \u2013\u00a0 After being sworn in as Private 53310761 the previous day, Elvis Presley received the regulation short back and sides haircut from army barber James Peterson. \t1961 \u2013\u00a0 Elvis Presley made his last stage appearance for nearly eight years at the Bloch Arena in Honolulu, Hawai\u2019i. The show was a benefit for the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial on Pearl Harbor. \t1965 - Following the end of the march by 25,000 civil rights supporters from Selma to Montgomery after four days and nights on the road under the protection of Army troops and federalized Alabama National Guardmen. \t1967 \u2013 Anti Vietnam War Demo: Martin Luther King, Jr., leads a march of 5,000 antiwar demonstrators in Chicago. \t1968 \u2013 Roy Orbison marries his second wife, Barbara Wellhonen, in Nashville. They would remain married until Orbison\u2019s death\u00a0twenty years later. \t1969 \u2013 A just-married John Lennon and Yoko Ono decide to use the press circus of their honeymoon to promote an end to the Vietnam war, and wars in general. \t1969 \u2013 U.S. President Richard Nixon presents Lillian Disney with a special Commemorative Medal (authorized by Congress) honoring her late husband Walt. \t1971 \u2013 Louis Armstrong, the famous trumpet player, had undergone a temporary tracheotomy after being admitted to a New York hospital. Armstrong had received this throat operation after receiving treatment for heart trouble. \t1985 \u2013 Stevie Wonder wins his first Oscar for his theme to the film The Woman In Red, entitled \u201cI Just Called To Say I Love You.\u201d\u00a0Sixteen years later\u00a0to the day, Bob Dylan will win his first Oscar for his Wonder Boys song \u201cThings Have Changed.\u201d \t1991 \u2013 Touchstones Pictures\u2019 Dick Tracy walks away with 3 Oscars at the 1990 Academy Awards.\u00a0 Winners include: Best Song \u2013 Sooner Or Later (I Always Get My Man), Art Direction \u2013 Set Decoration, and Make-up. \t1995 \u2013\u00a0 Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam was rescued after a riptide carried him 250 feet offshore in New Zealand.