"BORN TODAY" \tAmber Heard (1986) - Actress ("Friday Night Lights") \tAmelle Berrabah (1984) - Musician (Sugarbabes) \tMichelle Ryan (1984) - English Actress \tDaniel Johns (1979) Musician, singer, and songwriter. (Silverchair) \tWillie Robertson (1972) -\u00a0TV personality, businessman, outdoorsman, hunter, and author ("Duck Dynasty") \tEric Mabius (1971) - Actor ("Ugly Betty") Ingo Rademacher (1971) - Actor ("General Hospital") \tSherri Shepherd (1967) - Talk show host, actress \tSheryl Lee (1967) - Actress ("Twin Peaks") \tJeffrey Dan Morgan (1966) - Actor ("Grey's Anatomy") \tChris Makepiece (1964) - Actor ("My Bodyguard", "Captive Hearts") \tByron Allen (1961) - Comedian, television host, actor ("Real People") \tRyan Styles (1959) - Actor ("Whose Line is It Anyway") \tJoseph Bottoms (1954) - Actor ("Surfacing", "Inner Sanctum") \tPaul Carrack (1951) - Musician (Squeeze, Mike & the Mechanics) \tPeter Frampton (1950) - Musician (Humble Pie) \tJohn Waters (1946) Director \tMel CarterM (1939) - Singer, actor \tJason Miller (1939) - Actor ("Toy Soldiers", "The Exorcist" series) \tJack Nicholson (John Joseph) (1937) - Actor ("The Shining", "Batman", "The Witches of Eastwick", "A Few Good Men") \tGlen Campbell (1936) - Singer, actor \tMark Damon (Alan Harris) (1933) - Actor ("The Fall of the House of Usher") \tEstelle Harris (1928) - Actress ("Seinfeld") \tCharlotte Rae (1926) - Actress ("Facts of Life") \tBetty Paige (1923 - RIP 2008) \tAaron Spelling (1923 - RIP 2006) - Executive Producer ("Fantasy Island", "Beverly Hills", "Charlie's Angels", "The Love Boat", "Dynasty", and "Beverly Hills, 90210") \tHal March (Mendelson) (1920 - RIP 1970) - American comedian and actor.) - Television emcee ("The $64,000 Question"), actor ("The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show") \tRobert Wadlow Alton (1918 - RIP 1940) - At the time of his death he was the tallest man in the world according to Guinness World Records. He was 8 ft 11.1 in. \tEddie Albert (Edward Albert Heimberger) (1906 - RIP 2005) - Actor ("Green Acres") \tQueen Isabela (1451 - RIP 1504) Madrigal de las Altas Torres, Spain "DIED TODAY" \tFredrick Henry Royce (March 27, 1863 -\u00a0April 22, 1933) \tRichard Nixon (January 9, 1913 -\u00a0April 22, 1994) \tLinda Lovelace (January 10, 1949 -\u00a0April 22, 2002) \tRichie Havens (January 21, 1941 -\u00a0April 22, 2013) \tMadeleine Sherwood (November 13, 1922 -\u00a0April 23, 2016 "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1983 - Exposed\u00a0 \t1983 - The Deadly Spawn\u00a0 \t1988 - Casual Sex?\u00a0 \t1994 - Bad Girls \t1994 - Chasers "MUSIC TODAY" \t1957 - Elvis Presley had his custom built 'Music Gates' installed at Gracelands. The gates were designed by Abe Saucer and custom built by John Dillars Jr, of Memphis Doors inc. \t1956 - We were first introduced to a great new act as the first single by theCoasters--"One Kiss Led To Another" debuted on this date. \t1957 - Bobby Helms made his television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show, singing "My Special Angel". \t1958 - Connie Francis had the top U.K. song with "Carolina Moon, Stupid Cupid". https:\/\/youtu.be\/SqobNXNZk10 \t1958 - Tommy Edwards had one of the great early songs of the Rock Era with "It's All in the Game", which on this date reached #1 on the R&B chart. \t1965 - The Supremes began recording the song "I Hear a Symphony". \t1965 - The Beatles were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Ticket To Ride.' Taken from the film Help! it was the group's seventh UK No.1. \t1966 - 'Wild Thing' by The Troggs (who were originally called The Troglodytes) was released in the U.S. on both the Atco and Fontana labels. The song went on to reach No.1. Fronted by Reg Presley, 'Wild Thing' became a major influence on garage rock and punk rock. \t1969 - The Carpenters signed with A&M Records. \t1972 - Deep Purple scored their second UK No.1 album with Machine Head. The album which features 'Smoke on the Water' and 'Highway Star', is often cited as a major influence in the early development of the heavy metal music genre and commercially, it was Deep Purple's most successful album. \t1972 - David Bowie began his first tour of the United States. \t1973 - The Rolling Stones topped the album chart in the U.K. with Goat's Head Soup. \t1973 - Soul group Tavares made its debut on the chart with their first single "Check It Out". \t1973 - Brothers and Sisters by the Allman Brothers Band was the top album for a third week. \t1973 - Stevie Wonder's "Higher Ground" took over at the top of the R&B chart. https:\/\/youtu.be\/QnbdXWvmysg \t1977 - The Jam released their first single 'In The City', which peaked at No. 40 in the UK charts. The English punk rock\/New Wave\/mod revival formed in Woking, Surrey, fronted by Paul Weller, achieved 17 other Top 40 hits including four UK No.1's. \t1979 - Kenny Rogers had a hot song with "You Decorated My Life", which moved from 60 to 37. \t1985 - Prince released the album "Around The World In a Day." It was his first release after "Purple Rain." \t1989 - Guns N' Roses released "Patience." \t1989 - Madonna started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Like A Prayer', the singers seventh US No.1, also a No.1 in the UK. https:\/\/youtu.be\/79fzeNUqQbQ \t1991 - The Dave Matthews Band played their first ever-live show when they appeared at The Earth Day festival in Charlottesville, Virginia. \t2001 - Destiny's Child went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Survivor.' Their second chart topper, they were the first US female band to have more than one UK No.1. The song won the trio a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Group. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1969 - Diana Ross was a guest on the popular television show Laugh In on NBC. \t1969 - Three Dog Night, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, James Brown, Tom Jones, Janis Joplin, and Oliver \u00a0performed on the debut of the new weekly television show The Music Scene, which debuted on ABC. \t1978 - Leif Garrett dabbled in acting when he starred in dual roles on the ABC-TV show Wonder Woman. \t1978 - John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd made their first appearance as The Blues Brothers on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." https:\/\/vimeo.com\/101679400 "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1876 - The first official National League (NL) baseball game took place. Boston beat Philadelphia 6-5. \t1914 - Babe Ruth made his pitching debut with the Baltimore Orioles. \t1956 - Elvis Presley made his Las Vegas debut at the Frontier Hotel. \t1962 - Jerry Lee Lewis's 3-year-old son drowned. \t1967 - The Beatles were featured on the cover of Time Magazine. \t1969 - John Lennon legally changed his middle name from Winston to Ono. \t1970 - The first "Earth Day" was observed by millions of Americans. \t1976 - Barbara Walters became first female nightly network news anchor. \t1978 - Bob Marley and the Wailers performed at the 'One Love Peace Concert' in Jamaica. It was Marley's first public appearance in Jamaica since being wounded in an assassination attempt a year and a half earlier.