"Born Today" \tTyler Hubbard (29) \tMarcus Mumford (29) \tJustin Timberlake (35) \tTiffany Limos (36) \tBobby Moynihan (39) \tKerry Washington (39) \tKate Shindle (39) \tPaul Scheer (40) \tJackie O (41) \tAnna Silk (42) \tPortia de Rossi (43) \tPatricia Velasquez (45) \tMinnie Driver (46) \tKelly Lynch (57) \tAnthony LaPaglia (57) \tJohnny Rotten (60) \tNolan Ryan (69) \tJessica Walter (75) \tQueen Beatrix of the Netherlands (78) \tPhilip Glass (79) \tCarol Channing (95) \tJeff Hanneman (RIP) \tJackie Robinson (RIP) \tErnie Banks (RIP) \tJean Simmons (RIP) \tTallulah Bankhead (RIP) "Died Today" \tA.A. Milne (Born: January 18, 1882 \/\u00a0Died: January 31, 1956) \tSamuel Goldwyn (Born: August 17, 1879 \/\u00a0Died: January 31, 1974) \tGeorge Abbott (Born: June 25, 1887 \/\u00a0Died: January 31, 1995) "Movies" \t1986 - Down and Out in Beverly Hills \t1986 - Youngblood \t1992 - Shining Through \t1997 - Shadow Conspiracy "Music" \t1959 -\u00a0Just three days before their death in a plane crash, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper play the Armory in Duluth, MN. In attendance: a seventeen-year-old Robert Zimmerman, who would be inspired to become a musician by this performance. We now know him as Bob Dylan. \t1963 - A seventeen-year-old Neil Young makes his stage debut at a country club in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. \t1968 - Merle Haggard records "The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde," inspired by the Warren Beatty movie, at the Capitol Recording Studio in Hollywood \t1970 - Tom T. Hall appears at #1 on the Billboard country chart for the first time with "A Week In A Country Jail" \t1970 - The Jackson Five went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'I Want You Back'. The song was originally written for Gladys Knight & The Pips and was the first of four No.1's for the group. It made No.2 in the UK. \t1981 - Blondie went to No.1 on the US singles hart with 'The Tide Is High', the group's third US No.1, also a No.1 in the UK. \t1987 - Waylon Jennings\u2019 \u201cRose In Paradise\u201d Entered the Country Charts \u2026 The song would eventually become Waylon\u2019s last #1 record. \t1993 -\u00a0 Garth Brooks sings the national anthem during a pre-game show that also features Tanya Tucker, Billy Burnette and Fleetwood Mac at Super Bowl XXVII at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Dallas beats Buffalo, 52-17 \t1997 - Tim McGraw's "Not A Moment Too Soon" album is certified quintuple-platinum \t1998 -\u00a0 Janet Jackson\u00a0 started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Together Again'. The track was taken from her sixth studio album, The Velvet Rope. "TV & Radio" \t1949 - These Are My Children : The first daytime soap opera "These Are My Children," was broadcast by the NBC station in Chicago Soap Operas got the name because they were targeted at mothers and the soap manufacturers such as Procter and Gamble, were major sponsors (Advertisers) . \t1961- NBC airs the Bobby Darin And Friends television special, originally meant as a pilot for a weekly variety series. \t1977 -\u00a0The Mouseketeers relive the fabulous Fifties on this day's episode of The New Mickey Mouse Club. The Mouseka-Movie Special, features Pongo, Perdita and their 101 Dalmatians. Mouseketeer Angel Florez sings and dances "Fortuousity." \t1993 -\u00a0Michael Jackson performs with 3,500 local children at the Superbowl XXVII in Pasadena, CA. \t1999 -\u00a0Cher performs the national anthem at Superbowl XXXIII in Miami, FL. (Stevie Wonder performs at the halftime show.) "Other Important Events..." \t1971 - Apollo 14, is launched and piloted by astronauts Alan B. Shepard Jr., Edgar D. Mitchell, and Stuart A. Roosa, on a manned mission to the moon \t1976 - 3rd American Music Awards: Olivia Newton-John & John Denver win \t1977 - 4th American Music Awards: Olivia Newton-John & Elton John win \t1981 - 38th Golden Globes: Ordinary People, Robert De Niro, & Mary Tyler Moore win \t1987 - 44th Golden Globes: Platoon, Bob Hoskins, & Marlee Matlin win \t1987 -\u00a0It is reported that Delta Airlines will spend about $18 million over the next 10 years for a promotional tie-in with Disney World, replacing its rival, Eastern Airlines, as the official airline of the Florida resort. \t1996 - Shania Twain was names one of People Magazine's "25 Most Intriguing people of the year"