"BORN TODAY" \tMiranda Cosgrove 1993 - Actress ("iCarly," "Drake and Josh") \tMark Zuckerberg 1984 - Founder of Facebook \tAmber Tamblyn 1983 - Actress ("General Hospital") \tKeram Malichi-Sanchez 1974 - Actor (No Contest, Catwalk, Boulevard) \tNatalie Appleton 1973 - Musician (All Saints) \tGabriel Mann 1972 - Actor (Revenge) \tShanice (Shanice Lorraine Wilson-Knox) 1973 - Singer \tSofia Coppola 1971 - Director (Lost in Translation) \tFreaky Tah 1971 - Musician (Lost Boyz) \tCate Blanchett (Catherine \u00c9lise "Cate" Blanchett) 1969 - Actress, theatre director \tDanny Wood 1969 - Singer (New Kids on the Block) \tFabrice Morvan 1966 - Singer (Milli Vanilli) \tMike Inez 1966 - Musician (Alice in Chains) \tC.C. DeVille 1962 - Musician (Poison) \tDanny Huston 1962 - Actor, writer and director \tIan Astbury 1962 - Musician (Cult) \tTim Roth 1961 - Actor ("Resovoir Dogs," "Pulp Fiction") \tTom Cochrane 1953 - Musician \tDavid Byrne 1952 - Musician (Talking Heads) \tRobert Zemeckis 1952 - Film director, producer, screenwriter \tMeg Foster (Megan Foster) 1948 - Actress \tWalter Olkewicz 1948 - Actor (Last Resort, Wizards & Warriors) \tGene Cornish 1945 - Musician (The Young Rascals) \tFrancesca Annis 1944 - Actress \tTroy Shondell 1944 - Singer \tGeorge Lucas 1944 - Film producer, screenwriter, director ("Star Wars" movie series) \tDerek Leckenby 1943 - Musician (Herman's Hermits) \tJack Bruce 1943 - Musician (Cream) \tVic Flick (Victor Harold Flick) 1937 - Musician (The John Barry Seven) \tCharlie Gracie (Charles Anthony Graci) 1936 - Musician, singer \tBobby Darin, 1936 (RIP) - Musician\/Singer (Mack the Knife) \tSi\u00e2n Phillips (1933) Actress ("I, Claudius"\u00a0and\u00a0"How Green Was My Valley") \tRichard Deacon 1921 (RIP) - Actor ("The Dick Van Dyke Show")Click "Next" To Continue \u00a0"DIED TODAY" \tRita Hayworth (Born: October 17, 1918 \/ Died: May 14, 1987) \tFrank Sinatra (Born: December 12, 1915 \/ Died: May 14, 1998) \tRobert Stack (Born: January 13, 1919 \/ Died: May 14, 2003) \tB.B. King (Born: September 16, 1925 \/ Died: May 14, 2015) (Pictured Above) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1975 - Moonrunners \t1982 - Conan the Barbarian \t1982 - The House Where Evil Dwells \t1999 - A Midsummer Night\u2019s Dream Click "Next' To Continue "MUSIC TODAY" \t1956 - The Platters released their self-titled debut album on Mercury Records.\u00a0 \t1960 - The Silver Beats (John Lennon, Paul McCartney George Harrison, Stu Sutcliffe, and Tommy Moore) performed at Lathom Hall, Seaforth, Liverpool. They played a few songs during the "interval" to audition for promoter Brian Kelly. \t1968 - The Rascals recorded "People Got to Be Free." \t1977 - During a UK tour, Talking Heads played a gig at The Rock Garden in London where Brian Eno who was in the audience saw the band, who then went on to produce them. \t1977 - \u00a0For the third week, Marvin Gaye held on to #1 on the R&B chart with "Got to Give It Up". https:\/\/youtu.be\/fp7Q1OAzITM Click "Next" To Continue \t1977 - Leo Sayer went to No.1 on the US singles chart with the song 'When I Need You', the singers second US No.1, also No.1 in the UK. \t1982 - The Clash released the album "Combat Rock." \t1983 - "Beat It" spent a third week at #1 for Michael Jackson. \t1983 - Spandau Ballet scored their first and only UK No.1 album with 'True.' \t1983 - Thriller by Michael Jackson was #1 for a 12th week on the Album chart.\u00a0 \t1984 - Tina Turner released her comeback single, "What's Love Got to Do With It". \t1988 - Al B. Sure enjoyed a third week at #1 on the R&B chart with "Nite And Day". https:\/\/youtu.be\/2IlHq3n3hy0 Click "Next" To Continue Reading \t1988 - 'Faith' by George Michael regained the #1 spot on the Album chart ten weeks after it had fallen from the top https:\/\/youtu.be\/lu3VTngm1F0 Click "Next" To Continue \t1988 - Led Zeppelin reunited for the Atlantic Records 40th anniversary party at Madison Square Garden, New York, appearing with Jason Bonham the son of John Bonham on drums. Other acts performing included Foreigner, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Genesis, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Wilson Pickett and Ben E. King. \t1992 - KISS released the album "Revenge." \t1993 - During an auction at Christies in London the acoustic guitar that Elvis Presley used to make his first recordings in 1954, 'That's All Right Mama' and 'Blue Moon of Kentucky', sold for $152,000. \t1994 - Scottish band Stiltskin were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Inside'. The song had been used on a Levi's TV Jeans commercial. The bands only No.1 and only Top 30 hit. \thttps:\/\/youtu.be\/iqu132vTl5Y \t1998 - After four weeks at #1 and four weeks at #2, "The Sign" by Ace of Base had now climbed back up to the top and remained there for another week. \t2000 - Madison Avenue went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with, 'Don't Call Me Baby'. They were the first Australian group to have a UK No.1 since Men At Work in 1983. \t2000 - Tom Jones was at No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Reload' making the singer the oldest artist to score a UK No.1 album with new material. Click "Next" To Continue Reading "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1968 - John Lennon and Paul McCartney appeared on NBC-TV's Tonight Show with guest-host Joe Garagiola sitting in for Johnny Carson. The conversation included some light hearted banter about meditation, the forming of Apple Corps. and song writing. \t1998 - The final episode of the TV series "Seinfeld" aired after nine years on NBC. Click "Next" To Continue "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1796 - The first smallpox vaccination was given by Edward Jenner. \t1853 - Gail Borden applied for a patent for condensed milk. \t1878 - The name Vaseline was registered by Robert A. Chesebrough. \t1879 - Thomas Edison incorporated the Edison Telephone Company of Europe. \u00a0 \t1956 - Buddy Holly got a prescription for contact lenses. He couldn't get used to wearing them so he continued to use his trademark glasses. \t1957 - Elvis Presley was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after swallowing a porcelain cap from one of his front teeth, which then lodged its-self in one of his lungs. \t1973 - Skylab One was launched into orbit around Earth as the first U.S. manned space station. https:\/\/youtu.be\/NsW86kNLu1k Click "Next" To Continue \t1976 - 33 year-old Keith Relf, former lead singer for The Yardbirds, was electrocuted while tuning a guitar which was not properly earthed. \t1980 - U.S. President Carter inaugurated the Department of Health and Human Services. \u00a0 \t1985 - Michael Jackson received a humanitarian award from U.S. President Ronald Reagan at the White House. \t1998 - The Associated Press marked its 150th anniversary. "NATIONAL DAYS" \tNATIONAL DANCE LIKE A CHICKEN DAY https:\/\/youtu.be\/5UmgRjgeRpM \tMOTHER\u2019S DAY \tNATIONAL BUTTERMILK BISCUIT DAY \tNATIONAL UNDERGROUND AMERICA DAY Please help us keep our daily "DYRT" (Do You Remember Today") up to date. If you have any additions, subtractions, changes or suggestions, we would appreciate your feedback! Thank you!