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Hits on this day in 1964
Everybody Loves Somebody – Dean Martin
Where Did Our Love Go – The Supremes
Rag Doll – The 4 Seasons
Vancouver-born actress Carrie-Anne Moss (FX: The Series, Models Inc, Matrix) is 50.
BC-raised actress Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City, Sensitive Skin) is 61.
Actor Clarence Williams the Third (The Mod Squad) is 78. Singer Harold Reid of the Statler Brothers is 78.
Singer Kenny Rogers is 79. Guitarist James Burton (with Elvis Presley) is 78.
In 2015, Bon Jovi released “Burning Bridges, their 13th studio album and the first without guitarist Richie Sambora.
In 2012, “Last Of A Dying Breed,” Lynyrd Skynyrd’s first studio album since ‘09’s “Gods & Guns” was released.
In 2011, Kings Of Leon‘s documentary ‘Talihina Sky’ made its television premiere on US cable channel Showtime.
Also in 2010, Nancy Dolman, for 30 years the wife of Martin Short, and who played Annie on TV’s quirky ‘Soap,’ passed away at age 58.
In 2010, CBS newsman Harold Dow, a longtime correspondent on the weekly ’48 Hours,’ died from complications of asthma at age 62.
Also in 2005, Staind were at No.1 on the Billboard album chart with ‘Chapter V.’
In 2005, the inventor of the Moog Synthesizer, Robert Moog passed away at age 71, four months after being diagnosed with brain cancer.
2003, Johnny Cash had his final recording session at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee, just three weeks before his death
In 2003, longtime voice of the Boston Red Sox Ken Coleman died of bacterial meningitis at age 78.
In 1997, actress Cicely Tyson was on hand to help unveil her new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1995, Seal‘s single “Kiss From A Rose” topped the Billboard Hot 100. The “Batman Forever” tune was the 2nd Batman single to top the charts.
In 1994, John Denver was charged with drunk driving after crashing his car into a tree in Aspen Colorado. It was his second DUI charge.
In 1993, the soundtrack from Sleepless in Seattle hit number one on the Billboard LP chart.
In 1992, NBC News fired their Canadian-born TV reporter Arthur Kent, nicknamed ‘the scud stud’ for his reporting during the first Iraq war.
Also in 1984, Tina Turner‘s “Private Dancer,” was certified Platinum, while the single from it, “What’s Love Got To Do With It,” went gold.