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Alberta-born guitarist Ryan Peake of Nickelback is 42. Ontario-born singer Justin Bieber is 21.
Actor-director Ron Howard (Andy Griffith Show, Happy Days) is 61. Actor Bryan Batt (Mad Men) is 52.
Actor Dirk Benedict (A-Team, Battlestar Gallactica) is 70. Ontario-born actor Alan Thicke (Growing Pains, Alan Thicke Show) is 68.
Singer Harry Belafonte is 88. Actor Robert Conrad (Wild Wild West, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Hawaiian Eye) is 80. Singer Roger Daltrey is 71.
In 2013, actress Bonnie Franklin, star of CBS-TV’s “One Day at a Time” - died at age 69, of complications from the pancreatic cancer.
Also in 1995, Bruce Springsteen won four Grammys for “Streets of Philadelphia” from the Tom Hanks film “Philadelphia.
1995, Pete Townshend was on hand as the Canadian stage production of the Who’s rock opera “Tommy” opened at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto.
In 1989, four members of the original Jefferson Airplane announced they were getting back together.
In 1986, Mr. Mister‘s “Kyrie” rose to #1 in the U.S.
Also in 1985, entertainer Liza Minnelli entered the Betty Ford Drug Center.
In 1985, singer Billy Ocean began his first U-S tour in San Diego.
Also in 1984, singer Cyndi Lauper made her U.S. television debut on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” singing her hit “Girls Just Want to Have Fun.”
In 1984, former child actor Jackie Coogan, who played Uncle Fester on TV’s Addams Family, died after a heart attack at age 69.
In 1977, Manfred Mann‘s Earth Band’s “Blinded By The Light” was certified as a Gold Record.
In 1976, singer Claudine Longet, formerly the wife of Andy Williams, shot and killed her boyfriend, world skiing champion Spider Sabich.
In 1975, Stevie Wonder won five Grammy Awards, including album of the year for “Fulfillingness’ First Finale.
In 1974, the group Queen began their first headlining tour of England in Blackpool.
In 1973, Colonel Tom Parker, in one of his most controversial business moves, sold all of Elvis’ back catalog recordings for $5.4 million.
Still in 1972, John Lennon was granted an extension on his US work visa.
In 1972, the 100th episode of “Adam-12″ aired on NBC.
In 1970, The Beatles made their last appearance (on film) on CBS-TV’s “The Ed Sullivan Show,” with two new songs “Let It Be” and “Two Of Us.