"February 27" "BORN TODAY" \tRozonda \u201cChilli\u201d Thomas (45) \tJWoww (30) \tNicole Linkletter (31) \tKate Mara (33) \tJosh Groban (35) \tChelsea Clinton (36) \tBobby V (36) \tPeter Andre (43) \tLi Bingbing (43) \tDonal Logue (50) \tNoah Emmerich (51) \tAdam Baldwin (54) \tGrant Show (54) \tJohnny Van Zant (57) \tTimothy Spall (59) \tNeal Schon (62) \tDebra Monk (67) \tRalph Nader (82) \tJoanne Woodward (86) \tElizabeth Taylor (RIP) "DIED TODAY" \tFrankie Lymon (Born:\u00a0September 30, 1942 \/ Died:\u00a0February 27, 1968) \tJames Patrick O'Malley (Born:\u00a0March 15, 1904 \/ Died:\u00a0February 27, 1985) "MOVIES TODAY" -Check out the trailers in the links below - \t1987 - Number One with a Bullet \t1987 -Some Kind of Wonderful \t1988 - A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon \t1998 - Caught Up \t1998 - Dark City \t1998 - Krippendorf's Tribe \t1998 - Kissing A Fool\u00a0 "MUSIC TODAY" \t1961 -\u00a0Del Shannon released the single "Runaway" on Big Top Records \t1961 -\u00a0The Marcels released the single "Blue Moon". \t1961 -\u00a0This woman first entered the charts with her first career single "Won't Be Long".\u00a0 Little did we know it, but she would go on to have 77 hits and become the Queen of Soul--Aretha Franklin. \t1961 -\u00a0Chubby Checker had his second #1 with "Pony Time".https:\/\/youtu.be\/JyaxcvHSyZY \t1965 -\u00a0\u00a0 "My Girl" by the Temptations was #1 on the R&B chart for a fourth straight week. \t1965 -\u00a0\u00a0 "King Of The Road" by Roger Miller topped the Easy Listening chart for a third week. \t1965 -\u00a0The Supremes' latest ("Stop In The Name Of Love") was behaving the way several from\u00a0the trio before had--moving from 80 to 41. \t1968 - Louis Armstrong and his 7-piece band record 3 songs in a New York City studio for his upcoming LP Disney Songs the Satchmo Way. This day's session includes "Bout Time," "The Bare Necessities," and "Ten Feet Off The Ground." Produced by Tutti Camarata for Disneyland Records, the album's remaining tunes will be cut in March \t1971 -\u00a0\u00a0"One Bad Apple" by the Osmonds remained at #1 for a third week.https:\/\/youtu.be\/5yrx9pezxF8 \t1971 - Pearl moved to #1 on the Album chart by the late Janis Joplin. \t1978 -\u00a0Jefferson Starship released the single "Count on Me". \t1978 -\u00a0George Benson released his remake of the Drifters' hit "On Broadway". \t1980 -\u00a0Billy Joel had officially arrived--he won the Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards for 52nd Street. \t1980 -\u00a0The Doobie Brothers were at their career peak as "What a Fool Believes" won both Record and Song of the Year honors at the Grammys. \t1980 -\u00a0Rickie Lee Jones was named Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. photo: ultimateclassicrock.com \t1982 -\u00a0The J. Geils Band remained at #1 for a fourth week with "Centerfold" while "Open Arms" by Journey, which was #1 at many stations, moved up to #2. \t1988 -\u00a0"She's Like The Wind" by Patrick Swayze and Wendy Fraser moved to #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. \t1988 -\u00a0George Michael scored his third #1 solo hit with "Father Figure". \t1990 -\u00a0Wilson Phillips released the single "Hold On". \t1992 -\u00a0Whitney Houston set a new Rock Era record with "I Will Always Love You" as it was the #1 song for the 14th week, breaking a tie with "The End Of The Road" from Boyz II Men.\u00a0 The song still is tied as the second-longest running #1.https:\/\/youtu.be\/3JWTaaS7LdU \t1996 -\u00a0Alanis Morissette released the single "Ironic". \t1999 - Britney Spears had the #1 U.K. song with "...Baby One More Time". "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1951 - Walt Disney appears on Bob Hope's Radio Program (along with Marlon Brando, Robert Surtees, Judy Holiday, Stanley Kramer, James Stewart, Joseph Mankewitz and Bette Davis). \t1957 - The Disneyland television series airs "The Crisler Story \/ Prowlers of the Everglades\u201d. \t1959 - The TV series Walt Disney Presents airs "The Adventures of Chip 'N' Dale." When Walt leaves a message on his tape recorder explaining that he is unable to be there personally, Chip 'n' Dale fill in as hosts of this week's episode. \t1966 - The Supremes were guest stars on the television show What's My Line. \t1996 - The ABC-TV sitcom Roseanne debuts part 2 of a Disney-theme episode titled "Disney World War II." "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1935 - An Oscar (Short Subjects, Cartoons) is won for the Disney film The Tortoise and the Hare at the 7th Academy Awards, held at the\u00a0 Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles \t1941 - When You Wish Upon a Star" - written by Leigh Harline and Ned Washington - from Disney's Pinocchio, is awarded an Oscar for Best Song at the 13th Academy Awards. Leigh Harline, Paul J. Smith and Ned Washington also take home Oscar for Best Music (Original Score) for their work on Pinocchio. This is the first year that sealed envelopes are used to keep secret the names of the winners - which leads to the now famous phrase: "May I have the Envelope, please.\u201d \t1942 - Daily Variety runs the story "Walt Disney Weeps as He Gets Oscar." At last night's Academy\u00a0 Awards, Walt was given the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award. He found it difficult to speak and was only able to say with great emotion: "I want to thank everybody here. This is a vote of confidence from the whole industry." \t1961 - Nominations are announced for the 33rd Annual Academy Awards. \t1960 - Goliath II - Short Subjects, Cartoons \t1960 - Islands of the Sea - Short Subjects, Live-Action Subjects \t1960 - The Horse with the Flying Tail - Documentary, Features \t1987 - Tokyo Disneyland welcomes its 40-millionth guest \t1992 - Movie star Elizabeth Taylor takes over Disneyland for a private after-hours 60th birthday\u00a0 bash. The exclusive party, for a 1,000 of her friends, is held in Fantasyland. \t1994 - Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan skips the closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer (partly due to security concerns) so she can begin her multi-million dollar endorsement deal with Walt Disney World. \t1995 - Michael Eisner and filmmaker George Lucas are on hand at Disneyland for the official dedication of the park's newest attraction, Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye. (Although the attraction had its grand opening ceremonies the day before, Indiana Jones won't open to the public until\u00a0March 3.) \t2001 - Disney releases the straight-to-video sequel Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (featuring the voices of Alyssa Milano, Mickey Rooney, and Bronson Pinchot) on video and DVD. \t2001 - Disney releases the CDs Disney's Greatest Hits, Vol 1 and Disney's Greatest Hits, Vol 2. The collections includes performances by such recording artists as Phil Collins and Randy Newman.