"BORN TODAY" \tHank Aaron (83) \tCory Wells (RIP) \tMichael Mann (74) \tBarbara Hershey (68) \tJonathan Freeman (67) \tTim Meadows (56) \tJennifer Jason Leigh (55) \tDuff McKagan (53) \tBobby Brown (48) \tMichael Sheen (48) \tKevin Gates (31) \tJamie Brewer (32) \tVanessa Rousso (34) \tChris Parnell (50) \tLaura Linney (53) \tChristopher Guest (69) \tCharlotte Rampling (71) \tMichael Mann (74) \tDon Cherry (83) \tSara Evans (46) "DIED TODAY" \tAnne Moody (Born: September 15, 1940 / Died: February 5, 2015) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1953 - Peter Pan (based on James M. Barrie's 1904 story) \t1964 - The Misadventures of Merlin Jones \t1964 - Man in the Middle \t1976 - No Deposit, No Return \t1982 - Night Crossing \t1982 - Butterfly \t1988 - She's Having a Baby \t1988 - The Unbearable Lightness of Being \t1993 - Loaded Weapon 1 \t1993 - Sommersby \t1993 – The Vanishing \t1999 – Payback "MUSIC TODAY" \t1966 - Petula Clark had her second No.1 in the US singles chart with 'My Love', making her the first British female to have two US No.1 hits. 'My Love' became a No. 4 in the UK. \t1966 - Sgt Barry Sadler's "The Ballad of the Green Berets" enters the pop charts \t1966 - The Marketts' "Batman Theme" enters the pop charts \t1966 - Frank Sinatra moved to #1 on the Easy Listening chart with the great song "It Was A Very Good Year". \t1972 - Neil Young released, "Heart Of Gold" \t1972 - "Gee, I hope it ain't twins again": Loretta Lynn has a #1 country single in Billboard with "One's On The Way" \t1972 - Paul Simon released his first new song without Art Garfunkel, 'Mother and Child Reunion', which peaked at No.4 in the US. \t1973 - Vicki Lawrence released her landmark single "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia". \t1977 - Mary MacGregor's "Torn Between Two Lovers" hits #1 \t1977 - The Eagles returned to #1 on the Album chart with Hotel California. \t1979 - The Pointer Sisters' "Fire" is certified gold \t1983 - Def Leppard's album 'Pyromania', started a 92 week run on the US charts, it never reached No.1 but sold over 6 million copies in the US alone. \t1983 - Toto went to No.1 on the US singles with 'Africa'; a No.3 hit in the UK. \t1983 - DeBarge first appeared on the chart with their first hit--"I Like It". \t1983 - Patti Austin and James Ingram combined for the #1 Adult Contemporary song for a third week with "Baby, Come To Me". \t1986 - Prince released the song "Kiss." \t1994 - "Cry for You" by Jodeci was the #1 R&B song for a fourth week.". \t1994 - John Michael Montgomery's "I Swear" begins a four-week stay at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart . \t1994 - The trio of Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting remained at #1 for a third week with "All For Love". \t1994 - Mariah Carey remained at #1 on the Album chart for a sixth week with Music Box. "TV/RADIO TODAY" \t1979 - Sears Radio Theater premieres on CBS \t1987 - This day's issue of Walt Disney World Eyes & Ears ("Prepared By And For The Walt Disney World Cast") announces that the 6th annual Village Wine Festival will be held at the Conference Center February 5-8. \t2000 - The Disney Channel Original Movie The Color of Friendship, based on a true story about the friendship between two girls from different worlds who learn to overcome their differences, debuts. (It will earn an Emmy Award.) "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1971 - Apollo 14 commander Alan B. Shepard Jr. became the fifth human to walk on the moon with astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell . \t1972 - Bob Douglas became the first black man elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA. \t1992 - Disney's Beauty and the Beast is nominated for six Academy Awards. Among the nominations is one for Best Picture. It is the first time in the history of the Motion Picture Academy that an animated feature is nominated in this category. Winners were announced March 30, 1992 \t1998 - Elton John and Stevie Wonder perform at the White House for US President Bill Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair.