\u201cBorn Today\u201d \tSummer Bishil (27) \tTom Fletcher (30) \tSarah Jones (32) \tMike Vogel (36) \tPanda Bear (37) \tKatharine Towne (37) \tLuke Bryan (39) \tCarey Hart (40) \tTony Dovolani (42) \tBeth Littleford (47) \tHeather Langenkamp (51) \tMark Burnett (55) \tFern Britton (58) \tAngela Merkel (61) \tDavid Hasselhoff (63) \tLucie Arnaz (64) \tCamilla, Duchess of Cornwall (68) \tDiahann Carroll (80) \tDonald Sutherland (80) \tPhyllis Diller (RIP) \u201cDied Today\u201d \tBillie Holiday (Born: April 7, 1915 \/ Died: July 17, 1959) \tDizzy Dean (Born: January 16, 1910 \/ Died: July 17, 1974) \tKatherine Graham (Born: June 16, 1917 \/ Died: July 17, 2001) \tGeraldine Fitzgerald (Born: November 24, 1913 \/ Died: July 17, 2005) \tWalter Cronkite (Born: November 4, 1916 \/ Died: July 17, 2009) \tElaine Stritch (Born: February 2, 1925 \/ Died: July 17, 2014) \u201cMovies\u201d Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1968 - For Love of Ivy \t1968 - Yellow Submarine \t1974 - The Education of Sonny Carson \t1981 - Arthur \t1981 - Endless Love \t1981 - Zorro, The Gay Blade \t1987 - Jaws: The Revenge \t1987 - Nowhere to Hide \t1987 - RoboCop \t1987 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film) (re-release) \t1992 - Man Trouble \t1992 - Honey, I Blew Up the Kid \t1992 - A Stranger Among Us \u201cMusic\u201d \t1939 - Charlie Barnet and his orchestra recorded "Cherokee." \t1946 - Petula Clark made her UK television debut appearing on the Cabaret TV series at the age of 13. \u2018Put Your Shoes On Lucy\u2019 was released as her debut release in 1949, her \u2018The Little Shoemaker\u2019 became her first U.K. hit in 1954. \t1959 - Billie Holiday died in a New York City hospital from cirrhosis of the liver after years of alcohol abuse, aged 43. \t1961 - Motown Records released The Supremes' first single, "Buttered Popcorn." https:\/\/youtu.be\/xLfwo8luyZk \t1961 - Brook Benton had the top Easy Listening song with "The Boll Weevil Song". \t1961 - Bobby Lewis had the top R&B song for the third straight week with "Tossin' And Turnin'". \t1965 - The Four Tops were spinning right as "I Can't Help Myself" was the #1 R&B song for the seventh consecutive week. \t1965 - King Records released 'Papa's Got a Brand New Bag' by James Brown, which went on to sell over 2 million copies and receive the Grammy Award for best for Best Rhythm & Blues Recording. https:\/\/youtu.be\/rnDEr9R0snU \t1967 - The Beatles single 'All You Need Is Love \/ Baby You're A Rich Man' (originally called 'One Of The Beautiful People') was released in the US. It became The Beatles 14th US No.1. \t1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience opened for The Monkees at The Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in New York. \t1967 - "I Heard it Through the Grapevine" was recorded by Gladys Knight & the Pips. https:\/\/youtu.be\/6FODXN6LnzA \t1968 - The animated film Yellow Submarine, premiered at The London Pavilion.The Beatles made a cameo appearance in the film but didn't supply their own voices for the characters. \t1971 - John Lennon and Yoko Ono appeared on the BBC late night talk show, Parkinson, where John chastised the British media for calling Yoko "ugly" and for saying that she broke up The Beatles. \t1971 - Rod Stewart's first song "Maggie May" entered the music charts \t1971 - Bill Withers released his first single--"Ain't No Sunshine". \t1971 - Carole King had the top Adult Contemporary song for the fourth straight week with "It's Too Late". \t1972 - Bread released the single "Guitar Man". https:\/\/youtu.be\/CpOjQvADLG4 \t1974 - The Moody Blues opened what they claimed was the first 'Quadraphonic' recording studio in the world. \t1975 - Bob Marley and the Wailers played the first of two nights at The Lyceum, London, and both nights were recorded for the November released 'live' album, featuring the single 'No Woman No Cry.' \t1976, Demis Roussos was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'The Roussos Phenomenon EP'. It was the Greek singers only UK chart topper and the only No.1 EP to top the charts in the 1970's. \t1976 - Heart's "Magic Man" was released. https:\/\/youtu.be\/Ps7tVvQHLyo \t1976 - Neil Diamond achieved his fourth #1 Adult Contemporary song with "If You Know What I Mean". \t1976 - "Afternoon Delight" by Starland Vocal Band was #1 for the second week \t1978 - Simple Minds made their live debut at The Satellite Club, Glasgow. \t1979 - The Little River Band released the single "Reminiscing". \t1979 - Gary Moore left Thin Lizzy and was replaced by Midge Ure. \t1982 - Irene Cara was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Fame', which was based on the hit TV series about a New York drama school. https:\/\/youtu.be\/nqMmquNLnHg \t1982 - The Human League held on to #1 for a third week with "Don't You Want Me" \t1987 - The Ozzy Osbourne Band started a 16-week tour of US prisons. \t1987 - Keith Richards (Rolling Stones) signed a solo deal with Virgin Records. \t1991 - Color Me Badd released "I Adore Mi Amor". \t1992 - The first night of a North American tour by Guns N' Roses, Metallica and Faith No More tour opened at the RFK Stadium in Washington DC. \t1993 - Take That had their first UK No.1 single with 'Pray'. Their first of 8 No.1's, they went on to be the most successful British boy band of the 1990s. https:\/\/youtu.be\/QbsAqs3YHyg \t1993 - Expose rose to #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart with their great song "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)". \t1993 - Guns N\u2019 Roses appeared at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in front of 80,000 people, the final show on their Use Your Illusion Tour. \t1995 - Robbie Williams left Take That. The group had scored six UK No.1 singles and two No.1 albums with Robbie in the group. \u201cTV\/Radio\u201d \t1961\u00a0- John Chancellor became the on-air host of the "Today" show on NBC-TV. Chancellor replaced Dave Garroway. \u201cOther Important Events\u2026\u201d \t1917 - The British royal family adopted the Windsor name. \t1920 - Sinclair Lewis finished his novel "Main Street." discussions.mnhs.org \t1941 - The longest hitting streak in baseball history ended when the Cleveland Indians pitchers held New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio hitless for the first time in 57 games. \t1941 - Brigadier General Soervell directed Architect G. Edwin Bergstrom to have basic plans and architectural perspectives for an office building that could house 40,000 War Department employees on his desk by the following Monday morning. The building became known as the Pentagon. \t1954 - The Brooklyn Dodgers made history as the first team with a majority of black players. \t1955 - Disneyland opened in Anaheim, CA. anythingdiz.livejournal.com \t1975 - Ringo Starr and Maureen Cox were divorced. \t1975 - An Apollo spaceship docked with a Soyuz spacecraft in orbit. It was the first link up between the U.S. and Soviet Union. \t1995 - The Nasdaq composite stock index rose above 1,000 for the first time. \t1997 - After 117 years, the Woolworth Corp. closed its last 400 stores.