"BORN TODAY" \tLane Garrison\u00a01980 - Actor (Prison Break) \tKelly Monaco\u00a01976 - Model, actress, and reality television personality (General Hospital) \tAdam Wylie 1984 - Actor \tJewel 1974 - Singer \tMaxwell 1973 - Singer \tEric Nies\u00a01971 - Actor \tGuinevere Turner 1968 - Actress (American Psycho) \tLorenzo 1972 - Singer \tLaurel Holloman 1968 - Actress ("The L Word") \tNoel Gallagher 1968 - Musician (Oasis) \tPhil Selway 1967 - Musician (Radiohead) \tMelissa Suzanne McBride 1965 - Actress (TV: "The Walking Dead") Tom Tykwer\u00a01965 - Director (Run Lola Run) \tKaren Duffy 1961 - Actress, model \tLinden Ashby 1960 - Actor \tLea DeLaria\u00a01958 - Comedian, actress, and jazz musician ("the first openly gay comic to break the late-night talk-show barrier" with her 1993 appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show.) \tDrew Carey 1958 - Actor, game show host \tLinda Thompson\u00a01950 - Songwriter\/lyricist, former actress and beauty pageant winner. (She was married to then Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner, and David Foster, musician, record producer, composer, songwriter, and arranger.) \tJudy Rodman 1951 - Country singer \tDanny Klein 1946 - Musician (J. Geils Band) \tMisty Morgan 1945 - Musician \tLauren Chapin 1945 - Actress ("Father Knows Best") \tGeneral Johnson 1943 - Musician (Chairman of the Board) \tCharles Kimbrough 1936 - Actor ("Murphy Brown") \tRobert Moog 1934 - Musician \tJoan Collins 1933 - Actress ("Dynasty") \tBarbara Barrie 1931 - Actress (Suddenly Susan & Barney Miller) \tJulian Euell 1929 - Jazz musician \tRosemary Clooney 1928 (RIP) - Singer, actress \tNigel Davenport 1928 (RIP) - Actor (Man for All Seasons and Chariots of Fire) \tMac Wiseman 1925 - Singer \tHelen O'Connell 1920 (RIP) - Singer, actress, dancer (Here's Hollywood) \tBetty Garrett 1919 (RIP) - Actress ("All in the Family," "Laverne and Shirley") \tJohn Payne 1912 (RIP) - Actor, singer (Miracle On 34th Street) \tScatman Crothers (Benjamin Sherman "Scatman" Crothers) 1910 (RIP) - Actor, musician, singer, dancer (Chico And The Man) \tHerbert Marshall 1890 (RIP) - Actor \tDouglas Fairbanks 1883 (RIP) - Actor See More Nostalgic News on "NEXT" page "DIED TODAY" \tClyde Barrow (Born: March 24, 1909 \/ Died: May 23, 1934) \tBonnie Parker (Born: October 1, 1910 \/ Died: May 23, 1934) \tJohn D. Rockefeller (Born: July 8, 1839 \/ Died: May 23, 1937) \tHal Jackson (Born: November 3, 1915 \/ Died: May 23, 2012) \tAnne Meara (Born: September 20, 1929 \/ Died: May 23, 2015) \tJohn Forbes Nash Jr. (Born: June 13, 1928 \/ Died: May 23, 2015) \tSir Roger George Moore KBE (October 14, 1927 \u2013 May 23, 2017) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1980 - Carny \t1980 - The Gong Show Movie \t1980 - The Shining\u00a0(Featured Above) \t1984 - Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom \t1986 - Cobra \t1986 - Poltergeist II: The Other Side \t1997 - The Lost World: Jurassic Park \t1997 - Addicted to Love Click "NEXT" to see happened in MUSIC news "MUSIC TODAY" \t1940 - "I'll Never Smile Again" was recorded by Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey and the Pied Pipers. \t1960 - The Everly Brothers recorded "Cathy's Clown." \t1960 - The Everly Brothers started a five week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Cathy's Clown'. It became the Everly Brothers' biggest hit single and their third and final US chart topper, selling eight million copies worldwide. https:\/\/youtu.be\/p_fkzaAEbQg Click "Next" to read more... \t1964 - Mary Wells was #1 for the second week in a row with "My Guy"https:\/\/youtu.be\/r1M5eEJeT38 \t1964 - Ella Fitzgerald became the first artist to have a hit with a Beatles cover when 'Can't Buy Me Love' entered the UK chart.https:\/\/youtu.be\/30_Uu8dIdgM More music news on "NEXT" page \t1969 - The Who released the album "Tommy" in the U.K. \t1970 - Paul McCartney's debut solo album, 'McCartney', started a three-week run at No.1 on the US album chart. Apart from Linda McCartney's vocal contributions, McCartney performed (and recorded) the entire album solo. The album featured 'Maybe I'm Amazed', which Rod Stewart and The Faces featured on their 1971 album Long Player. \t1970 - The Beatles 12th and final studio album 'Let It Be' started a three week run at No.1 on the UK chart, featuring 'The Long And Winding Road', 'Across The Universe' and the title track. https:\/\/youtu.be\/VcobSiJOGG8 Continued on "NEXT" page... \t1970 - The Grateful Dead played their first gig outside the US at 'The Hollywood Rock Music Festival', in Newcastle under Lyme, Staffs, England. \t1973 - Jefferson Airplane were prevented from giving a free concert in Golden Gate Park when San Francisco authorities passed a resolution banning electronic instruments. The group later wrote 'We Built this City' about the ban. \t1974 - George Harrison announced the launch of his own record label, 'Dark Horse.' \t1975 - Elton John\u2019s "Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy" album was released in the U.K. It was the first album to be certified a million-seller on its first day of release. \t1979 - KISS released the album "Dynasty." \t1978 - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band kicked off their 117 show Darkness Tour at Shea's Buffalo, in Buffalo, New York. \t1986 - AC\/DC released the album Who Made Who https:\/\/youtu.be\/PiZHNw1MtzI More Nostalgic News on "NEXT" page... \t1987 - Swing Out Sister went to No.1 on the UK album chart with their debut LP 'It's Better To Travel', their only UK No.1 album. \t1987 - Twelve former members of the Doobie Brothers reunited for a charity concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The show raised $350,000 for Vietnam veterans, about two-thousand of whom attended the show for free. \t1987- Swingout Sister had the #1 U.K. album with It's Better To Travel. \t1992 - Iron Maiden went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Fear Of The Dark' their third No.1 album. \t1999 - Shanks & Bigfoot with vocals by Sharon Woolf started a two-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Sweet Like Chocolate.https:\/\/youtu.be\/OQCQnARnKbc \t1998 - Mariah Carey had the #1 song with "My All"https:\/\/youtu.be\/mIhI23gBBPQ \t2000 - Eminem released the Marshall Mathers LP on Interscope Records. Want to see what happened in TV & Radio? Click "Next" "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t922 - "Daylight Saving Time" was debated in the first debate ever to be heard on radio in Washington, DC. \t1964 - Marvin Gaye performed "You're A Wonderful One" on the popular television show American Bandstand. \t1975 - Earth, Wind & Fire and Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes appeared on The Midnight Special. https:\/\/youtu.be\/4hbXUmd9mzs \t1976 - \u00a0Bob Dylan's concert at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado was taped by NBC-TV and later shown in the special Hard Rain. \t1987 - Roy Orbison appeared on Saturday Night Live. Click "Next" To See Other Newsworthy\u00a0Events AND National Days "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1827 - The first nursery school in the U.S. was established in New York City. \t1876 - Boston\u2019s Joe Borden pitched the very first no-hitter in the history of the National League. \t1879 - The first U.S. veterinary school was established by Iowa State University. \t1938 - "LIFE" magazine\u2019s cover pictured Errol Flynn as a glamour boy. photo: rarenewspapers.com \t1979 - Due to a record company dispute, Tom Petty was forced to file for bankruptcy owing $575,000 (\u00a3338,235). A long-running battle with his record company followed. \t1985 - It was "Aretha Franklin Appreciation Day" in the state of Michigan. \t1992 - A statement issued by Freddie Mercury's attorneys stated that Mercury had bequeathed the majority of his estate (\u00a310 million - $17 million) to his long-time friend Mary Austin. 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