\u201cBorn Today\u201d \tHallie Eisenberg (23) \tCharli XCX (23) \tNadia Bjorlin (35) \tAaron Staton (35) \tDonna Air (36) \tEdward Furlong (38) \tSam Worthington (39) \tJacinda Barrett (43) \tKevin Smith (45) \tAlice Evans (47) \tMary-Louise Parker (51) \tCynthia Stevenson (53) \tVictoria Jackson (56) \tApollonia (56) \tButch Vig (58) \tAnthony Crivello (60) \tButch Patrick (62) \tJoanna Cassidy (70) \tBetsy Bloomingdale (93) \tWes Craven (RIP) \tPeter O'Toole (RIP) \tCarroll O'Connor (RIP) \tMyrna Loy (RIP) \u201cDied Today\u201d \tShari Lewis (Born: January 17, 1933 \/ Died: August 2, 1998) \tWarren G. Harding (Born: November 2, 1865 \/ Died: August 2, 1923) \u201cMovies\u201d \t1967 - In the Heat of the Night \t1974 - The Black Windmill \t1975 - Dersu Uzala (U.S.S.R\/Japan) \t1978 - Eyes of Laura Mars \t1984 - The Bostonians \t1985 - Fright Night \t1985 - Follow That Bird \t1985 - Weird Science \t1989 - Parenthood \t1991 - Doc Hollywood \t1991 - Rover Dangerfield \t1996 - Chain Reaction \t1996 - Matilda \t1996 - Phat Beach \u201cMusic\u201d \t1960 - Johnny Kidd and The Pirates became No. 1 on the UK singles chart for their song \u201cShakin\u2019 All Over.\u201d This was their only No. 1 hit, since Kidd died in a car crash in 1966. Many artists covered the song including The Who, Led Zeppelin, Iggy Pop, and others. https:\/\/youtu.be\/f2lCDQ8j9bE \t1961 - The Beatles began as regular headliners at Liverpool\u2019s Cavern Club. They performed about 300 shows over the next two years. \t1962 - Robert Allen Zimmerman legally changed his name to Bob Dylan. According to Daniel Mark Epstein in his biography, The Ballad of Bob Dylan, he changed his name at around the age 18. In CBS interview in 2004, Dylan explained, \u201cYou\u2019re born, you know, the wrong name, wrong parents. I mean, that happens. You Call yourself what you want to call yourself. This is the land of the free.\u201d \t1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience played the first of five night at the Salvation Club in New York City. The Setlist included Foxy Lady, Hey Joe, The Wind Cries Mary, Purple Haze, and the Burning of the Midnight Amp. \t1969 - Three Dog Night released the single \u201cEasy To Be Hard.\u201d The song was ranked #33 on Billboard Magazine\u2019s Top Hot 11 songs of 1969. https:\/\/youtu.be\/SrD14jqTtAE \t1969 - Blood, Sweat, & Tears song \u201cSpinning Wheel\u201d reached the top of the Easy Listening chart. In an interview with songfacts.com, Clayton-Thomas explained the reasoning of the song: \u201cI came up with the song just picking it away on a guitar when I found some chord changes I liked. As for the lyrics, everybody was getting so serious about \u2018The Revolution\u2019 and everything else in those days. It was just kind of a way to say, \u2018Lighten up, people. Take it easy. It\u2019s all going to come full circle.\u201d https:\/\/youtu.be\/kK62tfoCmuQ \t1969 - Zager & Evans remained at #1 with their everlasting classic \u201cIn the Year 2525.\u201d Tommy James & the Shondell\u2019s summer hit \u201cCrystal Blue Persuasion\u201d followed at #2. Both are members of The Top 500 Songs of the Rock Era. \t1975 - \u201cFight the Power, Part 1\u201d became #1 for the Isley Brothers on the R&B chart. \t1975 - Glen Campbell held the top spot for Adult Contemporary with the song \u201cRhinestone Cowboy\u201d https:\/\/youtu.be\/8kAU3B9Pi_U \t1980 - Deep Purple hit #1 in the United Kingdom with their album Deepest Purple. The album was a compilation of their original hits before their 1984 reunion. \t1976 - Pink Floyd\u2019s road manager, Peter Watts, was found dead in Notting Hill, England from a heroin overdose. Watts supplied the wild laughter on the groups, The Dark Side of the Moon album. \t1980 - Rolling Stones album, Emotional Rescue, became #1, holding of Billy Joel\u2019s Glass Houses. \t1980 - Olivia Newton-John\u2019s song \u201cMagic\u201d stole the #1 spot from Billy Joel\u2019s \u201cIt\u2019s Still Rock and Roll To Me.\u201d This was Olivia\u2019s fourth #1 song. https:\/\/youtu.be\/DnkHf069fvA \t1983 - Popular Motown bass guitarist, James Jamerson, died in Los Angeles, California of alcoholism at the age of 47. Jamerson played on Marvin Gaye\u2019s \u201cI Heard It Through The Grapevine,\u201d The Temptations \u201cMy Girl,\u201d Stevie Wonder\u2019s \u201cFor Once in My Life,\u201d and many more elite artists. \t1986 - George Strait hit #1 on Billboard\u2019s country chart with \u201cNobody In His Right Mind Would\u2019ve Left Her.\u201d The track was originally written by Dean Dillon, whose version made it #25 on Billboard\u2019s Hot Country Singles & Tracks in 1980. \t1998 - Beastie Boys began a three week run at No. 1 on the US album chart with \u201cHello Nasty.\u201d \t2000- Madonna\u2019s video \u201cMusic\u201d premiered. https:\/\/youtu.be\/Sdz2oW0NMFk \u201cTV\/Radio\u201d \t1964 - Radio stations reported that the bodies of Jim Reeves and Dean Manuel were found in an aircraft wreckage. Reeves\u2019 was controlling the single-engine Beechcraft Debonair aircraft when it had crashed during a thunderstorm. Thousands of fans travelled to pay their respects at their funeral days later. \t1962 - Aretha Franklin performed on American Bandstand. \t1969 - Johnny Cash ABC television music variety show included special guests O.C. Smith, Merle Haggard, Merrilee Rush, and Carl Perkins. Haggard performed \u2018The Fugitive\/The Highway Is My Home\u2019 and Cash joined in for a duet on \u2018Sing Me Back Home.\u2019 pinterest.com \u201cOther Important Events\u2026\u201d \t1977 - The Who bought Shepperton film studios in London for half a million dollars \t1991 - Funk singer, Rick James, was arrested on sexual torture charges. It was reported by police that him and his 21-year-old girlfriend allegedly imprisoned and tortured a 24-year-old woman with a hot cocaine pipe for over three days at James\u2019 Hollywood Hills home.