"March 6" "BORN TODAY" photo: sethdavid.com \tBubba Sparxxx (39) \tTyler, The Creator (25) \tAlaska 5000 (31) \tYael Stone (31) \tBeanie Sigel (42) \tShaquille O’Neal (44) \tJaret Reddick (44) \tAmy Pietz (47) \tMoira Kelly (48) \tConnie Britton (49) \tMadonna Wayne Gacy (52) \tD.L. Hughley (53) \tTom Arnold (57) \tJacklyn Zeman (63) \tStedman Graham (65) \tAnna Maria Horsford (68) \tStephen Schwartz (68) \tRob Reiner (69) \tKiki Dee (69) \tMary Wilson (72) \tValentina Tereshkova (79) "DIED TODAY" Ivor Novello (Born: January 15, 1893, Cardiff / Died: March 6, 1951) "MOVIES TODAY" -Check out the clips in the links below - 1964 - Kissin' Cousins 1981 - All Night Long 1981 - On the Right Track 1982 - The Black Hole 1986 - Miracles 1987 - Lethal Weapon https://youtu.be/GUorM4nTX7k 1987 - Raising Arizona 1987 - Tin Men 1992 - Blame It on the Bellboy 1992 - Gladiator 1992 - Once Upon a Crime https://youtu.be/5b9osYbPtEc 1998 - Hush 1998 - The Big Lebowski 1998 - Twilight 1998 - U.S. Marshals "MUSIC TODAY" 1955 - Country music makes its first major inroads in the UK when Tennessee Ernie Ford's "Give Me Your Word" climbs to the top of the charts. 1957 - The vocal group The Diamonds becomes the first Canadian outfit of the rock era to have a hit in the US when "Little Darlin'," a cover of a song by American doo wop group the Gladiolas, reaches Number 2. 1958 - The Everly Brothers recorded "All I Have to Do is Dream". https://youtu.be/qxWZT0PXkGg 1961 - "Shop Around" by the Miracles was the #1 song on the R&B chart for the eighth week. 1962 - Frank Sinatra recorded his final session with Capitol Records in Hollywood, California. He then recorded exclusively for his own Reprise label. 1965 - The Rolling Stones Number 2 was the top album in the U.K. 1965 - Beatles '65 was the #1 album for the ninth week in the United States with the "Goldfinger" Soundtrack and the "Mary Poppins" Soundtrack the next best. 1965 - Roger Miller ruled the Easy Listening chart for the fourth week with "King Of The Road". 1965 - "My Girl" by the Temptations took the top spot on the R&B chart for the sixth week. 1965 - After four releases, the Temptations had not only their first Top 10 but also their first #1 song--"My Girl". Gary Lewis & the Playboys relinquished with "This Diamond Ring" and the former #1 "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" by the Righteous Brothers was third. photo: iwilldare.com 1966 - The Rolling Stones began recording "Paint It Black" at RCA Studios in Hollywood, California. 1967 - The Beatles recorded sound effects for the song "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" at Abbey Road studios in London. 1970 - The Beatles released the single "Let It Be". https://youtu.be/rsxUDjfhj5Y 1971 - The Temptations had not only their 10th #1 song on the R&B chart but incredibly the 19th song to make the Top 3 in that genre with "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)". 1971 - George Harrison had one of the hottest new songs as "What Is Life" moved from 66 to 27. photo: wikipedia.com 1971 - The Osmonds remained at #1 for the third week with "One Bad Apple", holding off "Mama's Pearl" from the Jackson 5 1973 - John Lennon's visa extension was canceled by the Office of the Immigration Department in New York State. The extension had been approved just five days previous. 1976 - EMI Records re-released all 22 British Beatles singles and "Yesterday" was released for the first time in the U.K. as a 45. 1976 - The Sylvers grabbed the top spot on the R&B chart with "Boogie Fever". 1976 - Although Smokey Robinson had left for a solo career, the Miracles rose to #1 with "Love Machine". 1982 - Dick Clark donated the podium he used for decades on American Bandstand to the Smithsonian Museum. 1982 - The Go-Go's had themselves a #1 album as Beauty and the Beat topped all challengers. Escape from Journey was second. 1982 - "Through The Years" by Kenny Rogers was the new #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. https://youtu.be/B5hfydAfh4w 1993 - Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle had the new #1 song with "A Whole New World", ending one of the most spectacular runs of the Rock Era. 1993 - For the 13th week, "The Bodyguard" Soundtrack was #1 on the album chart. Breathless from Kenny G was second. Pearl Jam (Ten from #9) and Michael Jackson's Dangerous both entered the Top 10. 1995 - Real McCoy released the single "Run Away". 1999 - Monica owned the #1 song with "Angel Of Mine". "TV/RADIO TODAY" 1957 - The Disneyland television series airs "Man in Flight." Disney takes viewers through the history of aviation and entertains them with an insider's look at the Disneyland attractions that send guests soaring over the park. 1959 - The TV series Walt Disney Presents airs "Texas John Slaughter - The Man from Bitter Creek," starring Tom Tryon. It is the 5th of a 17 episode mini-series. 1977 - An Evening With Diana Ross was televised by ABC. 1980 - CBS-TV airs an hour long program titled, Disneyland's 25th Anniversary. The special (sponsored by Kraft) features an all-star line-up including Danny Kaye, Annette Funicello, and Buddy Ebsen. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS" 1888 - The City of Marceline, Missouri (the future boyhood home of Walt Disney) is incorporated. Located 6 miles south of US Highway 36 on Missouri Highway 5, the Disneys will arrive in Marceline in 1906 and stay for about 4 years. 1886 - "The Nightingale" was first published. It was the first magazine for nurses. 1948 - Musical theater lyricist and composer Stephen Schwartz is born in New York City. He collaborated with composer Alan Menken for Disney's Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Enchanted. He also wrote music and lyrics for the original television musical, Geppetto, broadcast on The Wonderful World of Disney in 2000. (Schwartz has written such hit musicals as Godspell, Pippin and Wicked.) https://youtu.be/IuBOvzXqPoY 1955 - The Los Angeles Examiner runs the story "Giant Disneyland Hotel Gets Under Way." 1963 - Various versions of the song "There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow," written by Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman, are recorded for a Disney attraction that will be featured in the upcoming New York World's Fair. Disney staff composer Buddy Baker has arranged the tune in different musical styles to fit the Carousel of Progress (an attraction to be featured in the General Electric Pavilion) 1964 - After rumors swirl of a torrid off-screen romance with co-star Richard Burton on the set of her latest movie, Cleopatra, Elizabeth Taylor is divorced by her fourth husband, Eddie Fisher. 1970 - On trial for his role in the infamous Tate-LaBianca murders, Charles Manson assembles a collection of home recordings to help pay for legal expenses. 1982 - National Basketball Association history was made when San Antonio beat Milwaukee 171-166 in three overtime periods to set the record for most points by two teams in a game. The record was beaten on December 13, 1983 by the Pistons and the Nuggets when they played to a final score of 186-184 1983 - The United States Football League began its first season of pro football competition. 1985 - Yul Brynner played his his 4,500th performance in the musical "The King and I." https://youtu.be/Z9L_lilJKQQ 1989 - Smokey Robinson's autobiography Inside My Life was released.