"BORN TODAY" \tScott Eastwood (1986) \tSonequa Martin-Green (1985) \tDeryck Whibley (1980) \tMelissa Gorga (1979) \tKevin Federline (1978) \tAnanda Lewis (1973) \tJerry Supiran (1973) \tJaye Davidson (1968) \tJill Schoelen (1963) \tMatthew Broderick (1962) \tRosie O\u2019Donnell (1962) \tKassie DePaiva (1961) \tSabrina Le Beauf (1958) \tGary Oldman (1958) \tTimothy Dalton (1946 or 1944) "DIED TODAY" \tMichael Redgrave (Born:\u00a0March 20, 1908\u00a0\/ Died:\u00a0March 21, 1985) \tDean Martin, Jr. a\/k\/a Dino, Desi & Billy (Born:\u00a0November 17, 1951 \/ Died:\u00a0March 21, 1987) \tRobert Preston (Born:\u00a0June 8, 1918 \/ Died:\u00a0March 21, 1987) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1927 - The Alice Comedy, Alice in the Alps \t1947 - The Pluto short Rescue Dog is released. \t1952 - Disney's Chip 'n' Dale cartoon Two Chips and a Miss is released. \t1959 - Merry Melodies short: Trick Or Tweet\u00a0 \t1968 - The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band \t1971 - Making It \t1980 \u2013 Forbidden Zone \t1980 - Little Miss Marker \t1986 - GoBots: Battle Of The Rock Lords \t1986 - Just Between Friends \t1986 - Rad \t1997 - Liar Liar \t1997 - Selena "MUSIC TODAY" \t1939 - "God Bless America" was recorded by Kate Smith. \t1960 -\u00a0 Percy Faith had a lock on #1 for the fifth week with "The Theme From 'A Summer Place". \t1964 -\u00a0 Jan & Dean recorded "The Little Old Lady From Pasadena" with The Wrecking Crew (including drummer Hal Blaine, pianist Leon Russell as backing musicians). \t1964 -\u00a0 13-year-old Judy Collins made her live debut at New York City's Carnegie Hall, performing Mozart's "Concerto for Two Pianos" \t1964 -\u00a0 "She Loves You" by the Beatles hit #1, taking over from "I Want To Hold Your Hand" by the Beatles, which had spent seven weeks at the top.\u00a0 What's more, the Beatles had #3 -- "Please Please Me"\u00a0 This was the first time in the history of the Rock Era in which one artist owned the top three songs and the Beatles would continue to do this in various combinations for four straight weeks. \t1966 -\u00a0 The Beach Boys released the single "Sloop John B". \t1967 -\u00a0 The Turtles climbed to the top with "Happy Together". \t1969 -\u00a0 Simon & Garfunkel released the single "The Boxer". \t1969 -\u00a0 Tommy Roe had the #1 song with "Dizzy". \t1970 -\u00a0 Faces, featuring new lead singer Rod Stewart, released the LP First Step. \t1975 -\u00a0 Frankie Valli had a solo #1 with "My Eyes Adored You". \t1981 -\u00a0 Phil Collins debuted with his first solo single--"I Missed Again". \t1981 - "Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground" lifts Willie Nelson to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart \t1981 -\u00a0 After ten years of hard work, REO Speedwagon finally hit #1 with "Keep On Loving You\u201d. \t1981 - \u00a0"Hi Infidelity" by REO Speedwagon was #1 on the Album chart for a sixth week. \t1983 -\u00a0 Pink Floyd released "The Final Cut", the last LP with Roger Waters on board. \t1986 - "Parade" (the soundtrack for "Under the Cherry Moon") by Prince was released. \t1987 - Restless Heart's "I'll Still Be Loving You" rises to #1 on the Billboard country chart \t1987 - U2 released the LP "The Joshua Tree". \t1987 - Bruce Hornsby & the Range took over at #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart with "Mandolin Rain". \t1987 - Jody Watley had the new R&B #1 -- "Looking For A New Love". \t1987 - Club Nouveau hit #1 with their remake of the classic Bill Withers song "Lean On Me". \t1989 - Madonna released the album "Like A Prayer". \t1992 - Michael Bolton and Kenny G. remained at #1 on the AC chart for the third straight week with "Missing You Now". \t1992 - Vanessa Williams took over at #1 with "Save The Best For Last". \t1998 - Clint Black stops at #1 on the Billboard country chart with "Nothin' But The Taillights," co-written with Steve Wariner "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1989 -\u00a0 Dick Clark announced that after 33 years, he would no longer host American Bandstand. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS" \t1956 -\u00a0 Elvis Presley performed at the 4,000-seat YMCA Gymnasium in Lexington, North Carolina.\u00a0 Tickets were $1 for general admission and $1.50 for reserved. \t1956 - After performing in Norfolk, VA (with Gene Vincent opening), and en route to New York to appear on The Perry Como Show, Carl Perkins is badly injured in a Dover, DE car crash that also kills his manager and his brother Jay. \t1963 -\u00a0 Barbra Streisand and Elliot Gould were married. \t1964 - Dean Martin immortalizes his handprints in the cement of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. \t1984 - John Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono, dedicates a section of New York City's Central Park as a place of meditation called Strawberry Fields. Every\u00a0December 9, thousands of fans converge on the spot to remember her last husband, who was murdered by a deranged fan on that day in 1980. \t1988 - Randy Travis wins three times at the 23rd annual Academy Of Country Music awards, aired on NBC from Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. He earns Top Male Vocalist, and "Forever And Ever, Amen" takes Single Record and Song of the Year. \t1994 -\u00a0 Bruce Springsteen won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Streets Of Philadelphia". \t1994 - TIME magazine runs an article about Disney's plans for a $650 million American-history-and-entertainment park, called Disney's America. \t1997 - The fifth and final weekend of the very first Star Wars Weekends takes place at Disney-MGM Studios. \t1999 -\u00a0At the 71st Academy Awards ceremony, Shakespeare in Love won seven awards including Best Picture, Best Actress (Gwyneth Paltrow), Best Supporting Actress (Judi Dench as Queen Elizabeth I of England), Best Original Screenplay (Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard) and Best Art Direction. \t1999 - 71st Academy Awards - Other winners included Saving Private Ryan with five awards, Life Is Beautiful with three, and Affliction, Bunny, Election Night, Elizabeth, Gods and Monsters, The Last Days, The Personals, The Prince of Egypt, and What Dreams May Come with one.