"March 12" "BORN TODAY" \tEdward Albee (1928) - RIP \tBarbara Feldon (1933) \tAl Jarreau (1940) - RIP \tLiza Minnelli (1946) \tMitt Romney (1947) \tJames Taylor (1948) \tRon Jeremy (1953) \tLesley Manville (1956) \tMarlon Jackson (1957) \tCourtney B. Vance (1960) \tJulia Campbell (1962) \tDarryl Strawberry (1962) \tAaron Eckhart (1968) \tPete Doherty (1979) \tHolly Williams (1981) \tJaimie Alexander (1984) \tDanny Jones (1986) "DIED TODAY" Mike Gibbins (Born:\u00a0March 12, 1949 \/ Died:\u00a0October 4, 2005) "MOVIES TODAY" 1938 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs\u00a0 1943 - Disney's Donald Duck 1954 - Stormy the Thoroughbred 1955 - Merrie Melodies short: Lighthouse Mouse 1964 - A Tiger Walks 1971 - Plaza Suite \u00a0 \u00a0 1971 - The Andromeda Strain\u00a0 1982 - Missing\u00a0 1993 - CB4 1993 - A Far Off Place 1993 - Fire in the Sky \u00a0 1999 - Wing Commander 1999 - The Deep End of the Ocean\u00a0 1999 - Baby Geniuses "MUSIC TODAY" 1957 -\u00a0Buddy Holly & the Crickets recorded "Maybe Baby". at Norman Petty's studio in Clovis, New Mexico. photo: rateyourmusic.com 1966 - Wilson Pickett latched onto #1 on the R&B chart with "634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)". 1966 -There were three new songs in the Top 10 -\u00a0 The Rolling Stones moved to #6 with "19th Nervous Breakdown". 1973 - Stevie Wonder released the single "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life". 1977 -\u00a0Olivia Newton-John rose to #1 on the Adult chart with "Sam", her ninth #1 on the Adult chart. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v7W1wWNFL4Sg 1977 -\u00a0 The Soundtrack to "A Star Is Born" was the #1 album for the fifth week with former #1 Hotel California by the Eagles still at #2. 1977 -\u00a0 For the third week, Natalie Cole owned the top R&B song with "I've Got Love On My Mind". 1979 -\u00a0 Peaches & Herb released the single "Reunited". 1980 -\u00a0 Billy Joel released the album Glass Houses. 1983 -\u00a0 Def Leppard first appeared on the chart on this date with their first single release--"Photograph". photo: inthestudiowithredbeard.com 1983 -\u00a0 U2 had the #1 U.K. album with War. 1983 -\u00a0 Bonnie Tyler moved to #1 in the U.K. with "Total Eclipse Of The Heart". 1983 - Thriller by Michael Jackson was the top album for the third straight week. Frontiers by Journey moved up to #2 with H2O from Hall & Oates next. 1983 - "Billie Jean" was the #1 R&B song for the fifth straight week for Michael Jackson. 1988 - Rick Astley unseated George Michael at #1 with "Never Gonna' Give You Up" with "Father Figure" falling to 2. https:\/\/youtu.be\/dQw4w9WgXcQ 1988 - Randy Travis' "Too Gone Too Long" goes to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart 1988 -\u00a0 "Never Gonna' Give You Up" by Rick Astley was the new #1 song on the Adult Contemporary chart. 1990 - Sinead O'Connor released the single "Nothing Compares 2(sic) U(sic)". 1991 -\u00a0 R.E.M. released the album Out of Time. 1991 - Alan Jackson scored his first #1 on Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, with "I'd Love You All Over Again.\u201d The song was written by Alan for his wife, Denise in a hotel room in Pine Bluff, Arkansas on a rainy evening. 1994 -\u00a0 Mariah Carey logged an eighth week at #1 with the album Music Box. 1994 - After three weeks at #2, Ace of Base finally moved to #1 with "The Sign". https:\/\/youtu.be\/iqu132vTl5Y 1997 - Trace Adkins picks up his first gold album with his debut, "Dreamin' Out Loud" "TV\/RADIO TODAY" 1937 - Walt Disney is interviewed on radio by NBC radio veteran, Elza Schallert (an entertainment correspondent). 1961 - The TV series Walt Disney Presents airs "Daniel Boone: The Wilderness Road." photo: barbwiredesign.ca 1965 -\u00a0 James Darren was a guest voice (as "Jimmy Darrock") on the season finale of The Flintstones on ABC-TV. 1977 -\u00a0 Lynn Anderson ("Rose Garden") was a guest on Starsky & Hutch on ABC-TV. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS" 1894 - Coca-Cola is sold in bottles for the first time in Vicksburg, Mississippi 1912 - The Girl Scout organization was founded. The original name was Girl Guides. 1969 -\u00a0 Elvis begins filming his thirty-first and last fictional film, Change Of Habit, in which, as a ghetto doctor, he accidentally seduces a nun played by Mary Tyler Moore. https:\/\/youtu.be\/KGtxHEXiTQ0 1969 - At tonight's Grammy Awards ceremonies, the big winners are Simon and Garfunkel, who win Record of the Year for "Mrs. Robinson," and Glen Campbell, who wins Album of the Year for By The Time I Get To Phoenix. 1971 -\u00a0 Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, married Bianca Perez Morena de Macias. 1971 -\u00a0 The Allman Brothers performed March 12-13\u00a0at the Fillmore East in New York City, shows that were recorded and later released as a live album. 1971 -\u00a0 A High Court judge in London ruled in favor of Paul McCartney to dissolve the Beatles' partnership. 1975 - The divorce of George Jones and Tammy Wynette is finalized. Wynette takes custody of their only child, Tamala, and keeps their home on Franklin Road in Nashville 1987 - "Les Miserables" opened on Broadway. 1993 - The Cleveland radio station WMMS-FM\/101.7 is purchased by Disney. 1994 -\u00a0 Pat Benatar and husband Neil Geraldo celebrated the birth of daughter Hana Juliana. 1996 -\u00a0 Nancy Sinatra ("These Boots Are Made For Walkin'") donated her white go-go boots to the Hard Rock Cafe of Beverly Hills, California. 1998 -\u00a0 Cathay Pacific Airways announced the banning of Liam Gallagher of Oasis following an incident on a flight from Hong Kong to Australia.