"BORN TODAY" \tDarin Brooks 1984 - Actor (Days Of Our Lives) \tBen Feldman\u00a01980 - Actor (Mad Men) \tJamie Oliver\u00a01975 - Celebrity Chef \tEthan Dampf 1994 - Actor ("American Dreams") \tChris Colfer 1990 - Actor ("Glee") \tJadakiss 1975 - Rapper Denise Van Outen\u00a01974 - Actress (The Big Breakfast) \tAndr\u00e9 3000 (Andr\u00e9 Lauren Benjamin) 1975 - Rapper (Outkast), also known as Dre Jack McBrayer 1973 - Actor ("30 Rock") \tLeft Eye 1971 - Singer (TLC) \tPaul Bettany 1971 - Actor Joseph Fiennes 1970 - Actor (Shakespeare In Love) \tDondre Whitfield 1969 - Actor \tSean Kinney 1966 - Musician (Alice in Chains) \tMonika Schnarree 1971 - Actress (Bold And Beautiful) \tTodd Bridges 1965 - Actor ("Diff'rent Strokes") Adam Carolla 1964 - Comedian \tPeri Gilpin 1961 - Actress ("Frasier") \tCathy Silvers 1961 - Actress ("Happy Days") \tNeil Finn 1958 - Musician (Crowded House, Split Enz) \tSiouxsie Sioux 1957 - Singer (Siouxsie & the Banshees) \tEddie Harsch 1957 - Musician (The Black Crowes) \tRichard Schiff 1955 - Actor ("The West Wing") \tBruce Cockburn 1945 - Singer \tBruce Weitz 1943 - Actor ("Hill Street Blues") \tLouis Gossett, Jr. 1936 - Actor \tLee Ann Merriwether 1935 - Actress ("Barnaby Jones") \tChristopher Lee\u00a01922\u00a0(Featured Above) Actor, (Hound of Baskervilles) \tIan Fleming 1908 - Author, journalist, created character of James Bond \tVincent Price 1911 (RIP) - Actor \tLucile Watson 1879 (RIP) - Actress (Great Lie, Watch on the Rhine, Let's Dance) \tJulia Ward Howe 1819 (RIP) - Abolitionist, social activist, poet ("The Battle Hymn of the Republic") \tCornelius Vanderbilt 1794 (RIP) millionaire (B & O railroad) Click "Next" to see more nostalgic news... "DIED TODAY" \tRobert Ripley (Born: December 25, 1890 \/ Died: May 27, 1949) \tRuth McDevitt (Born: September 13, 1895 \/ Died: May 27, 1976) \tFlorida Friebus (Born: October 10, 1909 \/ Died: May 27, 1988) \tPaul Xavier Gleason (Born: May 4, 1939 \/ Died: May 27, 2006) \tGretchen Wyler (Born: February 16, 1932 \/ Died: May 27, 2007) \tJeff" Conaway\u00a0(Born: October 5, 1950 \/ Died: May 27, 2011) \tWilliam Desmond Anthony Pertwee (Born:\u00a0July 21, 1926 \/ Died: May 27, 2013) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1967 - The War Wagon \t1969 - Popi \t1970 - Watermelon Man \t1970 - Zig Zag \t1977 - Smokey and the Bandit \t1983 - Chained Heat \t1988 - Killer Klowns from Outer Space \t1994 - Beverly Hills Cop III \t1994 - Little Buddha \t1994 - The Flintstones \t1998 - I Get the Hook Up Click "NEXT" to see what happened in MUSIC today "MUSIC TODAY" \t1957 - "That'll be the Day" b\/w "I'm Looking For Someone To Love" by the Crickets was released. \t1963 - The album The Freewheelin\u2019 Bob Dylan was released by Columbia in the USA. Establishing Bob Dylan as a leader in the singer-songwriter genre and a supposed spokesman for the youth-orientated protest movement, it reached No.22 in the US charts and No.1 in the UK charts. \t1963 - Bob Dylan released album "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan." \t1963 - The Chiffons released the single "One Fine Day". \t1964 - Eleven boys were suspended from a school in Coventry, England for having Mick Jagger haircuts. \t1965 - Sandie Shaw posted her second U.K. #1 song--"Long Live Love". https:\/\/youtu.be\/At8as-jujIs Want to see what happened in 1968 on? Click "NEXT" \t1968 - The 5th Dimension released the single "Stoned Soul Picnic". \t1972 - "I'll Take You There", the great soul song from the Staple Singers, was #1 for the fourth week in a row on the R&B chart. \t1972 - David Bowie appeared at Ebbisham Hall, Epsom, England in his Ziggy Stardust tour. \t1977 - Declan McManus made his 'live' debut at the Nashville in London as Elvis Costello. \t1977 - The Sex Pistols single 'God Save The Queen' was released in the UK. Banned by TV and radio, high street shops and pressing plant workers refused to handle the record. It sold 200,000 copies in one week and peaked at No.2 on the UK charts behind Rod Stewart's 'I Don't Want to Talk About It'. \t1978 - Bob Seger released the classic album Stranger in Town. \t1978 - "Even Now" by Barry Manilow was the new #1 Adult Contemporary song. \t1978 - "Use Ta Be My Girl" by the O'Jay's took over as the #1 R&B song. https:\/\/youtu.be\/cXNOL40WxVg For news from 1978 to date, Click "NEXT" \t1978 - The Soundtrack to "Saturday Night Fever" was the #1 album for the 19th week in a row. \t1983 - The Smiths were at No.1 on the UK independent chart with their debut single 'Hand In Glove.' \t1983 - Metallica finished recording the album "Kill 'Em All." \t1988 - Van Halen's "Monster Of Rock" touring festival opened at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre in Wisconsin. \t1988 - Def Leppard kicked off the third leg of their North American Hysteria world tour at George M. Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, Alaska. \t1989 - Cliff Richard released his one hundredth single, 'The Best Of Me', which became his 26th Top 3 UK hit. https:\/\/youtu.be\/X1bjbBwpRSE \t1989 - "My First Love" by Atlantic Starr gained the #1 spot on the R&B chart. \t1989 - "Forever Your Girl" by Paula Abdul was the #1 song for a second week \t1989 - Stevie Wonder was given the Badge Of Solidarity from the Polish Labor Movement in Warsaw. \t1990 - The Stone Roses played at Spike Island, Widnes, Cheshire, England to a capacity crowd of 30,000. The event, considered a failure at the time due to sound problems and bad organization, has become legendary over the years as a "Woodstock for the baggy generation." \t1991 - Wilson Phillips released the single "The Dream Is Still Alive". \t1994 - The Eagles played their first show in fourteen years when they played a show in Burbank, California. The two-and-a-half-hour show ended with two encores, closing with 'Desperado'. \t1999 - Winners at the Ivor Novello song writing awards included Rod Stewart who won a Lifetime Achievement Award, Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers won songwriters of the year and Chrissie Hynde won outstanding contribution to British Music. \t2003 - Liza Minelli sang an a cappella version of "Liza With a Z" with Luciano Pavarotti live via satellite for a charity show on Italian television. She had been hospitalized two days early after falling and breaking her right kneecap. Check out TV & Radio News "NEXT" "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1950 - Frank Sinatra made his TV debut on NBC's "Star-Spangled Review." \t1961 - Johnny Cash appeared on NBC's "The Deputy." https:\/\/youtu.be\/AAQJ7WNn0-o \t1977 - In the U.K., the Sex Pistols single "God Save the Queen" was released. The song was banned on May 31 by the BBC and the Independent Broadcasting Authority. \t1982 - The final episode of "Bosom Buddies" aired on ABC. \t1982 - The final episode of "Mork and Mindy" aired on ABC. \t1987 - Jim and Tammy Bakker appeared on "Nightline" following the PTL scandal. https:\/\/youtu.be\/mFXJcd21r64?t3m8s \t1988 - The final episode of "Punky Brewster" aired on NBC. \t1994 - "The Arsenio Hall Show" aired for the last time. The show was revived for a single season in 2013. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1941 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed an "unlimited national emergency" amid rising world tensions. \t1969 - Construction of Walt Disney World began in Florida. \t1998 - Charlie Sheen was admitted to a hospital in Los Angeles for a drug overdose. \t2000 - Paula Yates was awarded \u00a3400,000 ($680,000) in an out-of-court settlement from her boyfriend Michael Hutchence fortune. Hutchence had died in 1997 INXS singer Hutchence was found dead in his hotel suite in Sydney in 1997 aged 37. "NATIONAL DAYS" \tNational Cellophane Tape Day \tNational Grape Popsicle Day Please let us know if we need to make any additions, subtractions, adjustments or just have comments and\/or suggestions. We appreciate your helping us keep our Daily "DYRT" up to date!