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Walla Walla-born actor Adam West (Batman) is 84. Chatham Ont.-born folksinger Sylvia Tyson is 74. Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers - 74
“Inside the Actor’s Studio” host James Lipton is 88.
Toronto-born journalist/entertainer Don Harron (CBC Morningside, Hee Haw, “Charlie Farquarson”) is 90. Happy #Birthday (a genius).
On this day in 2011, former singer Dolores Hope, the widow of comedian/actor Bob Hope, died at age 102. Bob died 8 years earlier at age 100.
On this day in 2009, Arthur Ferrante of the piano playing duo of Ferrante & Teicher, died at age 88. Lou Teicher had passed the year before
Also in 2004, Canadian superstar Celine Dion extended her Las Vegas show for another year.
On this day in 2004, Skeeter Davis succumbed to breast cancer at age 72. Her big pop-crossover hit was “The End of the World.”
On this day in 1996, guitarist/singer George Benson was on hand as his new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was unveiled.
On this day in 1995, popcorn mogul Orville Redenbacher drowned after suffering a heart attack while sitting in a whirlpool. He was 88.
On this day in 1994, NBC aired the very first episode of “ER.” The hour-long medical drama was on for 331 episodes over the next 15 years.
Also this day in 1987, Michael Jackson‘s I Just Can’t Stop Loving You, from Jackson’s “Bad” LP, rose to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
On this day in 1987, Dick Clark’s American Bandstand left ABC TV after 30 years, and went into first-run syndication.
Also in 1983, the syndicated “Wheel of Fortune” began its long-running current version with Pat Sajak and Vanna White.
On this day in 1983, the final episode of “M*A*S*H” was aired on CBS-TV, attracting a record viewership.
Also in 1981, The Rolling Stones album ‘Tattoo You’ started a nine-week run at No.1 on the US chart, the band’s ninth No.1.
On this day in 1981, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel reunited for a free concert to benefit New York City parks.
Also in 1979, Frank Sinatra recorded his final Top Forty entry and future signature song, “Theme from New York, New York.”