"Born Today" \tMax Records (18) \tWilla Holland (24) \tRenee Olstead (26) \tScooter Braun (34) \tBlake Shelton (39) \tRay LaMontagne (42) \tKerry Butler (44) \tKurt Browning (49) \tRobin Christopher (50) \tKim Dickens (50) \tDizzy Reed (52) \tAlison Moyet (54) \tAndrea Evans (58) \tCarol Kane (63) \tIsabella Rossellini (63) \tRaffaella Carr\u00e0 (72) \tSir Paul McCartney (73) (Featured Above) "Died Today" \tEthel Barrymore (Born: August 15, 1879 \/ Died: June 18, 1959) \tNancy Merchand (Born: June 19, 1928 \/ Died: June 18, 2000) \tLarry Doby (Born: December 13, 1923 \/ Died: June 18, 2003) "Movies" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1965 - I'll Take Sweden \t1969 - The Wild Bunch \t1982 - Annie \t1982 - Author! Author! \t1982 - Firefox \t1986 - Legal Eagles \t1993 - Last Action Hero \t1993 - Once Upon a Forest "Music" \t1948 - Columbia Records started the first mass production of the 33-RPM long player. The new format could contain a maximum of 23 minutes of music per side versus the three minutes that could be squeezed on to a 78 RPM disc. \t1955 - Jimmy Young was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with his version of' Unchained Melody'. \t1964 - Touring Australia The Beatles played at Sydney Stadium in Sydney. This was Paul McCartney 22nd birthday and after the show his guests included 17 girls who were winners of the Daily Mirrors 'Why I would like to be a guest at a Beatles birthday party' competition. \t1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience made its debut performance at the Monterey Pop Festival in California. \t1973 - Chicago released their single "Feelin' Stronger Every Day". \t1973 - The Stories released the single "Brother Louie". https:\/\/youtu.be\/exl0oSfTSoY \t1976 - ABBA gave a special live performance in Stockholm for Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf and Silvia Sommerlath on the eve of their wedding. \t1977 - Barry Manilow remained at the top for a third week with "Looks Like We Made It" on the Easy Listening chart. \t1977 - Johnny Rotten (Sex Pistols) was slashed on his face and hands by some kids armed with knives. \t1977 - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, supported by The Boomtown Rats appeared at Friars, Aylesbury, England. \t1977 - Fleetwood Mac went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Dreams', the group's first and only US No.1, was also a No.24 in the UK. https:\/\/youtu.be\/mrZRURcb1cM \t1977 - Johnny Rotten and Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols were stabbed and beaten when they were attacked in a car park outside a London pub. They objected to the Pistols' anti-monarchist song 'God Save the Queen'. The next day, another member of the Pistols, Paul Cook, was beaten by a gang armed with iron pipes. \t1983 - Swiss band Yello released the first three- dimensional picture disc, complete with 3-D glasses. \t1983 - "Never Gonna' Let You Go" by Sergio Mendes was the new #1 song on the Adult Contemporary chart. \t1983 - Irene Cara remained at #1 for a third week with "Flashdance...What A Feeling". \t1988 - Faith was on top the Album chart for the 12th week for George Michael. \t1988 - Rick Astley had the #1 song with "Together Forever" \t1988 - 'Doctorin' The Tardis' by The Timelords was at No.1 on the UK singles chart. https:\/\/youtu.be\/PwKMH2HXQ80 \t1993 - A&M Records chairman Jerry Moss and vice-chairman Herb Alpert announced they were leaving the company they founded more than 30 years earlier. They had sold A&M in 1990 to Polygram for $500 million. Moss and Alpert started the label in the garage of Alpert's Los Angeles home in 1962. The label was the home to such acts as The Police, Bryan Adams, Joan Baez, Flying Burrito Brothers, The Carpenters,Joe Cocker, Supertramp and Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass. \t1994 - \u00a0All-4-One had the #1 song for a fifth week with "I Swear". \t1996 - Beck's fourth album "Odelay" was released. \t1998 - David Cassidy began selling a two-CD set exclusively on the cable TV shopping network QVC. "TV\/Radio" \t1939 - The CBS radio network aired "Ellery Queen" for the first time. \t1959 - The first telecast received from England was broadcast in the U.S. over NBC-TV. \t1961 - "Gunsmoke" was broadcast for the last time on CBS radio. \t1966 - BBC-TV aired "Chronicle" for the first time. \t1998 - David Cassidy began selling a two-CD set exclusively on the cable TV shopping network QVC. photo: qvc.com \t2006 - Dan Rather's final CBS News report was aired on "CBS Sunday Morning." "Other Important Events..." \t1873 - Susan B. Anthony was fined $100 for attempting to vote for a U.S. President. \t1925 - The first degree in landscape architecture was granted by Harvard University. \t1928 - Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean as she completed a flight from Newfoundland to Wales. \t1953 - Seventeen major league baseball records were tied or broken in a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers. \t1966 - Samuel Nabrit became the first African American to serve on the Atomic Energy Commission. \t1975 - Fred Lynn of the Boston Red Sox hit three home runs, a triple and a single in a game against the Detroit Tigers. \t1983 - Dr. Sally Ride became the first American woman in space aboard the space shuttle Challenger. https:\/\/youtu.be\/B49eI_IaUlM \t1977 - Johnny Rotten and Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols were stabbed and beaten when they were attacked in a car park outside a London pub. They objected to the Pistols' anti-monarchist song 'God Save the Queen'. The next day, another member of the Pistols, Paul Cook, was beaten by a gang armed with iron pipes. \t2000 - It was reported that sales of pirate music CDs had now exceeded more than 500 million a year and accounted for one in every five sold. The Phonographic Industry estimated it was costing the music industry \u00a33 billion ($5.1 billion) in lost sales.