"Birthdays" \tDove Cameron (21) \tChris Warren, Jr. (27) \tSkrillex (29) \tKelly Kelly (30) \tMichael Seater (30) \tHowie Day (36) \tPitbull (36) \tTrent Ford (38) \tYoung Dro (38) \tEddie Cahill (39) \tJamie Clayton (39) \tRachel Roy (43) \tRegina King (46) \tChad Lowe (49) \tLisa Lisa (50) \tAdam Jones (52) \tJames Nesbitt (52) \tMario Van Peebles (60) \tAndrea Martin (70) \tPrincess Michael of Kent (72) \tMargaret O\u2019Brien (80) \tMartin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) "Death Anniversaries" \tBrad Renfro (Born: July 15, 1982 \/ Died: January 15, 2008) \tBlack Dahlia (Born: July 29, 1924 \/ Died: January 15, 1947) "Movies" \t1965 - Baby the Rain Must Fall \t1968 - More Dead Than Alive \t1988 - The Couch Trip \t1993 - Alive \t1993 - Body of Evidence \t1993 - Nowhere to Run \t1995 - Complenation \t1999 - At First Sight \t1999 - Affliction \t1999 - Hilary and Jackie \t1999 - The Thin Red Line \t1999 - Varsity Blues \t1999 - Virus "Music" \t1955 - The Penguins had the first new #1 R&B song of the Rock Era--"Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)". \t1961 - The Supremes signed a world wide recording contract with Motown Records. They are, to date, America's most successful vocal group with 12 No.1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100. \t1965 - The Who released their first single 'I Can't Explain'. With Jimmy Page on guitar and The Ivy League on backing vocals, it went on to reach No.8 on the UK chart. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vh3h--K5928M \t1967 - The Rolling Stones were forced to change the lyrics of 'Let\u2019s Spend The Night Together' to Let\u2019s Spend Some Time Together when appearing on the US TV The Ed Sullivan Show, after the producers objected to the content of the lyrics. Jagger ostentatiously rolled his eyes at the TV camera while singing the changed lyrics, resulting in host Ed Sullivan announcing that The Rolling Stones would be banned from performing on his show ever again. \t1969 - Creedence Clearwater Revival released the single "Proud Mary". \t1971 - The Carpenters released the single "For All We Know". https:\/\/youtu.be\/KuglvdPZ-JU \t1971 - David Bowie released 'Holy Holy' as a single in the UK which failed to chart. \t1972 - Don McLean's 'American Pie' started a four week run at No.1 in the US singles chart. The song is a recounting of "The Day the Music Died" (a term taken from the song) the 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper (Jiles Perry Richardson, Jr.), and the aftermath. \t1977 - "I Wish" by Stevie Wonder became the new #1 on the R&B chart. \t1977 - Leo Sayer scored his first #1 with "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing". https:\/\/youtu.be\/VDlvPD9qCao \t1977 - Barbra Streisand had the new Adult #1 with "Love Theme From 'A Star Is Born' (Evergreen)". \t1983 - Men At Work started a four week run at No.1 in the US singles chart with 'Down Under' the Australian act group's second US No.1, also a No.1 in the UK. \t1983 - Phil Collins had his first UK No.1 single with his version of 'You Can't Hurry Love,' a hit for The Supremes in 1966. \t1994 - Jodeci took over at #1 on the R&B chart with "Cry For You". "TV & Radio" \t1974 - "Happy Days" premiered on ABC-TV. https:\/\/youtu.be\/6W6y7YhHdVE \t1945 - CBS Radio debuted "House Party". The show was on the air for 22 years. "Other Important Events..." \t1844 - The University of Notre Dame received its charter from the state of Indiana. \t1870 - A cartoon by Thomas Nast titled "A Live Jackass Kicking a Dead Lion" appeared in "Harper's Weekly." The cartoon used the donkey to symbolize the Democratic Party for the first time. \u00a0 cartoons.oso.edu \t1908 - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority became America's first Greek-letter organization established by African-American college women. \t1943 - The Pentagon was dedicated as the world's largest office building just outside Washington, DC, in Arlington, VA. The structure covers 34 acres of land and has 17 miles of corridors. \t1953 - Harry S Truman became the first U.S. President to use radio and television to give his farewell as he left office. \t1967 - The first National Football League Super Bowl was played. The Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League. The final score was 35-10. \t1973 - U.S. President Nixon announced the suspension of all U.S. offensive action in North Vietnam. He cited progress in peace negotiations as the reason. \t1986 - President Reagan signed legislation making Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday a national holiday to be celebrated on the third Monday of January. \t1987 - Paramount Home Video reported that it would place a commercial at the front of one of its video releases for the first time. It was a 30-second Diet Pepsi ad at the beginning of "Top Gun." \t2001 - Wikipedia was launched.