\u00a0"BORN TODAY" \tJeremy Davis (32) \tBrooke Adams (33) \tCecily Strong (33) \tJim Verraros (34) \tPooch Hall (40) \tAbi Titmuss (41) \tSeth Green (43) \tJoshua Morrow (43) \tKimbo Slice (43) \tBig Show (45) \tStephanie Courtney (47) \tMary McCormack (48) \tShiva Rose (48) \tTrinny Woodall (53) \tVince Neil (56) \tJohn Grisham (62) \tMary Steenburgen (64) \tCreed Bratton (74) \tNick Nolte (76) \tTed Koppel (77) \tJohn Williams (85) \tDan Seals (RIP) \tJames Dean (RIP) \tJack Lemmon (RIP) \tLana Turner (RIP) \tJules Verne (RIP) \tGary Coleman (RIP) "DIED TODAY" \tDel Shannon (Born:\u00a0December 30, 1934\/ Died:\u00a0February 8, 1990) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1952 -\u00a0Lambert, the Sheepish Lion \t1968 -\u00a0Blackbeard's Ghost\u00a0 \t1980 -\u00a0American Gigolo \t1980 -\u00a0Midnight\u00a0Madness \t1985 -\u00a0Heaven Help Us (also known as Catholic Boys) \t1985 - Mischief\u00a0 \t1985 -\u00a0Witness \t1991\u00a0 -\u00a0L.A. Story \t1990\u00a0-\u00a0The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter \t1991\u00a0- Sleeping with the Enemy\u00a0 "MUSIC TODAY" \t1956 - The Teen Queens' "Eddie, My Love" enters the R&B charts \t1956 - Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers' Why Do Fools Fall In Love? enters the R&B charts \t1958 - The Diamonds had the best selling record in the United States with their version of "The Stroll". \t1960 - Jim Reeves collects a #1 country single in Billboard magazine with "He'll Have To Go" \t1960 - Mark Dinning's Teen Angel hits #1 \t1964 - The Beatles had the #1 song for a second week with "I Want To Hold Your Hand". \t\u00a01965 -\u00a0The Supremes released the single "Stop!\u00a0In the Name of Love". \t1967 -\u00a0Peter & Gordon ("A World Without Love") went their separate ways. \t1969 - TCB by Diana Ross & the Supremes with the Temptations moved to #1 on the Album chart \t1969 - Three Dog Night first appeared on the radio and on the chart on this date with their first single--"Try A Little Tenderness". \t1973 - Carly Simon's You're So Vain is certified gold \t1975 -\u00a0John Denver had the #1 Adult song with "Sweet Surrender". \t1975 - The Ohio Players top the Billboard singles chart with "Fire" and the Hot 200 album chart with an LP of the same name. \t1986 -\u00a0Billy Ocean rose to the #1 position in the U.K. with "When the Going Gets Tough (The Tough Get Going)". \t1986 -\u00a0Sade scored a #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart with "The Sweetest Taboo". \t1986 -\u00a0Barbra Streisand owned the top album with The Broadway Album. \t1988 -\u00a0Billy Ocean was on a roll and he released the single "Get Outta' My Dreams, Get Into My Car". \t1992 -\u00a0Jodeci had the new #1 on the R&B chart with "Stay". \t1992 -\u00a0Garth Brooks accomplished the rare feat of returning to #1 for a fourth time with the same album. \t1993 - The Metallica single "Sad But True" was released. \t1997 - Erykah Badu topped the R&B charts with her single \u2018On and On\u2019 on this day. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1959 - Johnny Cash performs his #1 Billboard Country chart hit, "Don't Take Your Guns To Town" on The Ed Sullivan Show. \t1953 - Walt Disney appears as a guest on a one-hour special tribute of Ed Sullivan's hit TV show The Toast of the Town. \t1956 - The Disneyland television series airs "Survival in Nature," narrated by Winston Hibler. \t1985 - "The Dukes of Hazzard" ended its 6-1\/2 year run on CBS television. \t1987 - The TV series The Wonderful World of Disney airs "The Liberators." \t1993 - Tom Jones guest starred on NBC-TV's "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air." "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1952 - Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the British throne. Her father, George VI, had died on\u00a0February 6. \t1960 - Walt Disney receives two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for television and one for movies. \t1965 - Julie Andrews receives a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical\/Comedy for her role in Disney's Mary Poppins. \t1971 -\u00a0Bob Dylan's documentary Eat the Document premiered at the Academy of Music in New York City.\u00a0 Proceeds went towards ending strip mining in Pike County, Kentucky. \t1974 - The three-man crew of the Skylab space station returned to Earth after 84 days. \t1982 - Cher makes her Broadway debut in Come Back To The Five And Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean. \t2001 - Disney's second Anaheim park (and 8th theme park in the world), Disney's California Adventure Park officially opens along with its new Grand Californian hotel.