"Birthdays" \tWilla Fitzgerald (26) \tCalvin Harris (33) \tDwayne Wade (35) \tRay J (36) \tZooey Deschanel (37) \tMaksim Chmerkovskiy (37) \tFreddy Rodriguez (42) \tLil Jon (46) \tKid Rock (46) \tBart Freundlich (47) \tNaveen Andrews (48) \tTiësto (48) \tShabba Ranks (51) \tMichelle Obama (53) \tJim Carrey (55) \tSusanna Hoffs (58) \tSteve Harvey (60) \tPaul Young (61) \tLarry Fortensky (65) \tMick Taylor (68) \tMuhammad Ali (75) \tMaury Povich (78) \tJames Earl Jones (86) \tBetty White (95) \tBenjamin Franklin (RIP) \tMuhammad Ali (RIP) \tEartha Kitt (RIP) "Death Anniversaries" \tBobby Fisher (Born: March 9, 1943 / Died: January 17, 2008) "Movies" \t1968 - The Biggest Bundle of Them All \t1985 - Avenging Angel \t1985 - Tuff Turf \t1992 - Freejack \t1992 - Juice \t1997 - Beverly Hills Ninja \t1997 - Metro "Music" \t1964 - The Rolling Stones released their first EP, which included, ‘You Better Move On’, ‘Poison Ivy’, ‘Bye Bye Johnny’ and ‘Money’. It peaked at No.15 on the UK chart. \t1966 - The Turtles released the single "You Baby". https://youtu.be/k0p5wB0l0BQ \t1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded a performance for Radio Luxembourg's Ready Steady Radio. \t1969 - Elton John released one of his first singles, "Lady Samantha" in England. \t1970 - B.J. Thomas remained at #1 on the adult chart for a sixth week with "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head". \t1970 - The top mover of the week was Brook Benton's "Rainy Night in Georgia", up from #100 to #70. \t1970 - The Doors played the first of four shows at the Felt Forum in New York City. The shows were recorded for the bands forthcoming 'Absolutely Live' album. \t1972 - Neil Young released the single "Heart Of Gold". https://youtu.be/Eh44QPT1mPE \t1974 - Joni Mitchell released the incredible album Court and Spark. \t1975 - Blondie and Television performed at GBGB's in New York City. \t1976 - Barry Manilow scored his second US No.1 single with 'I Write The Songs', which was written by The Beach Boys Bruce Johnson. \t1976 - "Wake Up Everybody" was the call to action by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes that reached #1 on the R&B chart. \t1981 - "I Love A Rainy Night" from Eddie Rabbitt took over at #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. \t1981 - Kool & the Gang made it five weeks at #1 on the R&B chart with "Celebration". https://youtu.be/3GwjfUFyY6M \t1987 - Kate Bush started a two-week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with 'The Whole Story'. \t1987 - Luther Vandross had himself a #1 R&B hit with the great song "Stop To Love". \t1987 - Billy Joel had the top AC song with "This Is the Time". \t1994 - Salt "N" Pepa and En Vogue combined to release the single "Whatta' Man". \t1996 - David Bowie Tom Donahue, The Jefferson Airplane, Gladys Knight And The Pips, Little Willie John, Pink Floyd, Pete Seeger, The Shirelles and The Velvet Underground were all inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. \t1998 - All Saints scored their first UK No.1 single with 'Never Ever'. https://youtu.be/nPXqkjpXZ_k "TV & Radio" \t1938 - "Stepmother" debuted on CBS radio. \t1949 - "The Goldbergs" debuted on CBS-TV. The program had been on radio since 1931. The TV version lasted for four years. \t1966 - NBC ordered 32 episodes of "The Monkees" for its upcoming fall schedule. \t1975 - The television show "Baretta" debuted on ABC. https://youtu.be/lFCK4jdkTxk \t1992 - "Michael Jackson...the Legend Continues" aired on CBS-TV. \t1994 - Donny Osmond fought the Partridge Family's Danny Bonaduce in a charity boxing match in Chicago, IL. Bonaduce won a split decision. \t1999 - Cyndi Lauper was a voice on the TV show "The Simpsons." \t2002 - Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani appeared on the "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. \t2003 - It was announced that FOX had renewed "The Simpsons" for two more seasons. The extension pushed the show past "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" as the all-time longest-running situation comedy. "Other Important Events..." \t1893 - The Kingdom of Hawaii's monarchy was overthrown when a group of businessmen and sugar planters forced Queen Liliuokalani to abdicate. \t1913 - All partner interests in 36 Golden Rule Stores were consolidated and incorporated in Utah into one company. The new corporation was the J.C. Penney Company. \t1916 - The Professional Golfers Association was formed in New York City. \t1928 - The fully automatic, film-developing machine was patented by A.M. Josepho. \t1934 - Ferdinand Porsche submitted a design for a people's car, a "Volkswagen," to the new German Reich government. \t1946 - The United Nations Security Council held its first meeting. \t1972 - A section of Bellevue Boulevard in Memphis was renamed Elvis Presley Boulevard. The remaining length of road kept its original name after protests from the Bellevue Baptist Church. \t1985 - Leonard Nimoy got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. \t1997 - A court in Ireland granted the first divorce in the Roman Catholic country's history.