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Music Calendar...

In 1925 "Tea For Two" by Marion Harris is #1 on the charts. In 1930 Ted Lewis & his Orchestra recorded "On the Sunny Side of the Street." In 1945 Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie registered together for the first time. In 1958 Chuck Berry records "Johnny B. Goode." In 1959 Cash Box magazine uses a red "bullet" on its record charts to indicate the most muscular upward movement. In 1963 Paul McCartney & John Lennon composed "From Me To You" in the car on their way from York to Shrewsbury during the Helen Shapiro tour. In 1966 Liverpool's Cavern Club, an early Beatles stomping ground, closes when its owners go bankrupt. In 1968 Frankie Lymon ("Why Do Fools Fall In Love") dies of a heroin overdose at age 25. In 1970 "Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)" by John Lennon, "Spirit In The Sky" by Norman Greenbaum, and "Celebrate" by Three Dog Night all entered the U.S. Top 40 chart. In 1970 &q

Today In History...

In 1827 The first U.S. railroad chartered to carry passengers and freight, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, was incorporated. In 1844 U.S. Secretary of State Abel P. Upshur, U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas W. Gilmer, and several others are killed when a 12-inch gun aboard the USS Princeton explodes. In 1849 The ship California arrives in San Francisco with the first gold seekers. In 1854 Some 50 opponents to slavery meet at a schoolhouse in Ripon, Wisconsin, to call for a new political group. The organization would later become known as the Republican Party. In 1861 The Territory of Colorado is organized. In 1883 The first vaudeville theater opens. In 1902 A Colorado mine disaster kills over a thousand. In 1933 Leftist playwright Bertolt Brecht leaves Germany. In 1934 "Palooka" opens and introduces Jimmy Durante and "Inka Dinka Do." In 1940 The British ship "Queen Elizabeth" is launched. In 1940 The first college basketball game is televised on W2XBS/Ne

Born On This Day...

In 1516 England's Queen Mary I (1553-58) In 1533 French essayist, Michel de Montaigne In 1820 Illustrator, Sir John Tenniel (Alice in Wonderland) In 1824 French acrobat Charles Blondin (crossed Niagra Falls on a tightrope) In 1890 Russian dancer Vaslav Nijinsky In 1893 Novelist/playwright Ben Hecht (The Front Page) In 1901 Chemist, Linus Pauling (Nobel-1954, 1962) [d: 8-19-94] In 1906 Gangster, Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel [d: 6-20-47] In 1907 Cartoonist, Milton Caniff (Steve Canyon) [d: 4-3-88] In 1908 Actress Billie Bird (Benson, Dear John) [d: 11-27-02] In 1909 Actor, Olan Soule (Mr. Pfeiffer-My Three Sons) [d: 2-1-94] In 1909 English poet Sir Stephen Spender [d: 7-16-95] In 1910 Film director Vincente Minnelli (American In Paris) [d: 7-25-86] In 1914 Actor, Jim Boles (One Man's Family) [d: 5-26-77] In 1915 Zoologist, Sir Peter Medawar (Nobel-1953) [d: 10-2-87] In 1915 Actor, Zero Mostel (Fiddler on the Roof) [d: 9-8-77] In 1923 Actor, Charles Durning (The Sting, Tootsi

Music Calendar...

In 1942 "Deep In The Heart Of Texas" by Bing Crosby entered the U.S. singles chart. In 1955 Billboard magazine reports that sales of 45 rpm singles had surpassed 78 rpm rivals for the first time. In 1956 Little Richard's single "Long Tall Sally" is released. In 1960 Smokey Robinson and the Miracles make their first TV appearance on ABC-TV's "American Bandstand." In 1961 "Pony Time" by Chubby Checker hit #1 on the U.S. Top 40 chart and stayed there for 3 weeks. In 1967 Pink Floyd's first single, "Arnold Layne," is released. In 1969 "Stormy" by the Classics IV is certified gold. In 1970 Simon & Garfunkel's single "Bridge Over Troubled Water" goes gold. In 1970 Jefferson Airplane is fined $1000 for profanity on stage at a concert in Oklahoma City. In 1971 "What Is Life" by George Harrison entered the U.S. Top 40 chart. In 1974 Joni Mitchell's album "Court And Spark" is certifi

Today In History...

In 1801 Washington, DC, is placed under the jurisdiction of Congress. In 1813 Congress authorizes the use of steamboats to transport mail. In 1827 The first Mardi Gras is celebrated in New Orleans. In 1844 The Dominican Republic gained its independence. In 1861 In Warsaw, Russian troops fire on a crowd protesting Russian rule over Poland, killing five. In 1879 The artificial sweetener saccharin is discovered. In 1883 The first practical cigar-rolling machine is patented. In 1890 Boxers Danny Needham and Patsy Kerrigan fight 100 rounds in San Francisco before the match is declared a draw. In 1908 The design of the U.S. 46-star flag (adding Oklahoma) is officially released. In 1919 The American Association for the Hard of Hearing is formed in New York City. In 1922 The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously upheld the 19th Amendment to the Constitution that guaranteed a woman's right to vote. In 1922 Reader's Digest begins publication. In 1932 Physicist James Chadwick proposes the existe

Born On This Day...

In 1807 American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow In 1850 Philanthropist/railroad builder Henry E. Huntington In 1877 Sports owner Walter Briggs (Detroit Tigers) In 1888 Historian, Arthur Meier Schlesinger In 1889 Physiologist Charles Herbert (discovered insulin) In 1891 Inventor David Sarnoff (founded RCA, NBC) In 1892 Actor William Demarest (Uncle Charley-My Three Sons) In 1895 Actor Edward Brophy (The Last Hurrah) In 1902 Golf Hall-of-Famer Gene Sarazen (invented sand wedge) [d: 3-13-99] In 1902 Author, John Steinbeck (The Grapes Of Wrath) [d: 12-20-68] In 1903 Actor, Reginald Gardiner (The Pruitts of Southhampton) [d: 4-25-90] In 1904 American author James Thomas Farrell (Studs Lonigan) [d: 8-22-79] In 1904 Singer/actress Elisabeth Welch (Stormy Weather) [d: 7-15-03] In 1905 Actor, Franchot Tone (Dr. Freeland-Ben Casey) [d: 9-18-68] In 1910 Actress Joan Bennett (Little Women, Dark Shadows) [d: 12-7-90] In 1910 Auto racer Ted Horn (most consecutive national titles 1946-48) [d: 10-10-

Music Calendar...

In 1957 "Teen-Age Crush" by Tommy Sands, "Walkin' After Midnight" by Patsy Cline, and "Party Doll" by Buddy Knox all enter the U.S. top 40 In 1957 Porter Wagoner joins the Grand Ole Opry. In 1959 3 weeks after he was killed in a plane crash with Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper's album "Chantilly Lace" was released. In 1959 "Never Be Anyone Else But You" by Ricky Nelson enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1963 "He's So Fine" by the Chiffons enters the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1964 Newsweek features a front-page article about the Beatles. In 1964 The Beatles appear for the third time on "The Ed Sullivan Show," becoming the first group to perform 3 times on the program. In 1965 Shooting begins in the Bahamas on the Beatles' second film, "Help!" In 1966 The Rolling Stones begin the second leg of their South Pacific tour with a concert in St. Kilda, New Zealand. In 1970 In his first solo appearance on U.S

Today In History...

In 1822 Boston is granted a charter to incorporate as a city. In 1836 The siege of "The Alamo" begins in San Antonio, Texas. In 1847 U.S. troops under General Zachary Taylor defeated Mexican General Santa Anna at the Battle of Buena Vista in Mexico. In 1848 The sixth U.S. president, John Quincy Adams, dies of a stroke at the age of 80. In 1861 President Lincoln arrives secretly in Washington, DC, to take office. In 1870 Mississippi is readmitted to the union. In 1886 The aluminum manufacturing process is discovered. In 1887 America bans the import of opium from China. In 1904 The U.S. buys control of the Panama Canal Zone from Panama for $10 million. In 1905 The Rotary Club is founded. In 1917 The Smith Hughes Act funds states to begin Vocational Education activities for trade and agriculture. In 1917 The Russian Revolution begins in St. Petersburg (Leningrad). In 1927 President Coolidge signs a bill creating the Federal Radio Commission, now the Federal Communications Commis

Born On This Day...

In 1400 Printer, Johannes Gutenberg (invented moveable type print) In 1417 Religious leader, Pope Paul II (1464-71) In 1685 Baroque composer George Frideric Handel In 1744 Mayer Amschel Rothschild, founder of the House of Rothschild In 1787 Emma Hart Willard pioneered higher education for women In 1823 Businessman James Batterson (founded Travelers Insurance Co.) In 1846 British manufacturer William Horlick (founded Malted Milk &Company) In 1868 Civil rights leader Wiliam Edward DuBois (NAACP founding member) In 1883 Director Victor Fleming (Wizard of Oz, Gone With the Wind) In 1884 Scientist Casimir Funk (coined the term Vitamin) In 1894 Astronomer Jan Schilt (measured the distance of stars from Earth) In 1904 Author, William L. Shirer (Rise & Fall of Third Reich) [d: 12-28-93] In 1913 U.S. pentathlete, Charles Leonard (Olypmics-1936) [d: 2-18-06] In 1919 Actor Kenneth Tobey (Chuck Martin-The Whirlybirds) [d: 12-22-02] In 1929 Baseball player Elston Howard (Yankees, 1963 AL MV

Music Calendar...

In 1946 Dizzy Gillespie first records what would become his best-known composition, "A Night in Tunisia." In 1960 "Puppy Love" by Paul Anka enters the U.S. Top 40 chart. In 1960 "Theme From A Summer Place" by Percy Faith hits #1 on the U.S. Top 40 chart and stayed there for 9 weeks. In 1963 The Beatles form Northern Songs, their own music publishing company. In 1964 The Beatles arrive back in England after their first U.S. visit. In 1967 The Beatles wrap up recording on "A Day In The Life" with their roadie Mal Evans striking the famous final e-major chord on three grand pianos. In 1968 Jefferson Airplane performs on "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson." In 1968 Genesis' first single, "The Silent Sun," is released. In 1969 David Bowie opens for T-Rex in England at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester. He didn't perform a musical act but a silent 1-man mime telling the story of a young Tibetan Buddhist monk. In 1972 &

Today In History...

In 1630 Popcorn is introduced by an Indian named Quadequina to the English colonists at their first Thanksgiving dinner in America. In 1784 A U.S. clipper, the "Empress of China," leaves New York City for the Far East. In 1819 Spain ceded Florida to the United States. In 1856 The first national meeting of the Republican Party takes place in Pittsburgh. In 1865 Tennessee adopts a new constitution abolishing slavery. In 1879 F.W. Woolworth opens his five-cent store in Utica, New York. In 1889 President Cleveland signed a bill to admit South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, and Washington states to the Union. In 1892 The Oscar Wilde play "Lady Windermere's Fan" was first performed at London's St. James Theatre. In 1900 Hawaii becomes a U.S. Territory. In 1902 Major Walter Reed shows that mosquitoes carry yellow fever. In 1920 The Emeryville, California, dog track introduces the first mechanical rabbit. In 1924 Calvin Coolidge delivered the first presidential radi

Born On This Day...

In 1403 King Charles VII of France (1422-61) In 1732 George Washington, first U.S. president (1789-1796) In 1749 Johann Nikolaus Forkel, the first biographer of Bach In 1778 Historical painter Rembrandt Peale In 1788 German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer In 1810 Composer/pianist Frederic Chopin In 1819 American essayist/poet, James Russell Lowell In 1857 Philanthropist Lord Robert Baden-Powell (founded Boy Scouts) In 1857 Physicist Heinrich Hertz (first radio broadcaster) In 1874 Baseball Hall-of-Famer Bill Klem (first umpire elected) In 1876 Pauline Musters became the shortest adult known (58.9 cm, 1' 11.2") In 1896 Actress Enid Markey (first Jane in Tarzan movies) In 1899 Actor Dwight Frye (Dracula, Frankenstein) In 1900 German engineer Paul Kollsman (altimeter) [d: 9-26-05] In 1900 Greek poet, Giorgios Seferis (Nobel-1963) [d: 9-20-71] In 1901 Supreme Court Justice Charles E. Whittaker (1957-62) [d: 11-26-73] In 1903 Cartoonist, Bill Holman (Smokey Stover) [d: 2-27-87] In

Music Calendar...

In 1816 Rossini's opera "The Barber of Seville" premieres in Rome. In 1939 Harry James records "Ciribiribin." In 1959 The Platters debut on ABC-TV's "American Bandstand," performing "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes." In 1959 Tennessee Ernie Ford's album "Hymns" is certified gold. In 1960 Bill Haley & The Comets perform "Shake, Rattle & Roll" on Dick Clark's Saturday Night TV show. In 1961 "Surrender" by Elvis Presley enters the U.S. Top 40 chart. In 1965 The Moody Blues' first single, "Go Now," joins the U.S. Top 40 chart. In 1965 "Eight Days A Week" by the Beatles and "Stop! In the Name of Love" by the Supremes enter the U.S. Top 40 chart. In 1965 "This Diamond Ring" by Gary Lewis and the Playboys hit #1 on the U.S. Top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks. In 1965 Al Hirt's album "Sugar Lips" is certified gold. In 1967 Ringo Starr and John L

Today In History...

In 1790 Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II dies. In 1792 President Washington signs an act creating the U.S. postal service. In 1809 The U.S. Supreme Court rules that the federal government's power is greater than that of any individual state. In 1839 Congress prohibits dueling in the District of Columbia. In 1872 The Metropolitan Museum Of Art has officially opened in New York City. In 1895 American abolitionist Frederick Douglass dies in Washington. In 1905 The U.S. Supreme Court rules that states may require vaccinations. In 1907 America passes the "Immigration Act," allowing the President to keep out people from other countries. In 1933 The 21st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (to repeal Prohibition) goes to the states for ratification. In 1938 Anthony Eden resigns as British foreign secretary in a dispute with Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. In 1944 During World War II, U.S. bombers began raiding German aircraft manufacturing centers in a series of attacks known as

Born On This Day...

In 1726 American Revolutionary soldier, William Prescott In 1829 American actor, Joseph Jefferson In 1844 Author, Joshua Slocum (first to sail around the world alone) In 1898 Italian auto manufacturer, Enzo Ferrari In 1898 Blues singer/pianist, Jimmy Yancey (boogie-woogie) In 1899 Sportsman, Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney (founded Pan Am Airways) In 1902 Photographer, Ansel Adams (landscapes) [d: 4-22-84] In 1904 Soviet premier, Aleksei Kosygin (1964-80) [d: 12-18-80] In 1910 Carl Stotz (founded Little League Baseball) [d: 6-4-92] In 1912 French novelist, Pierre Boulle (Bridge on River Kwai) [d: 1-30-94] In 1914 Newscaster/TV host, John Daly (What's My Line) [d: 2-24-91] In 1915 Golf Hall-of-Famer, Chick Harbert [d: 9-1-92] In 1916 Children's author Paul Tripp (Tubby the Tuba) [d: 8-29-02] In 1924 Fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt (Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans) [d: 6-17-19] In 1925 Film director Robert Altman (The Player, Short Cuts) [d: 11-20-06] In 1925 Actress, Whitney Blake (Doro

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Valentine's Day is on 14th February every year Valentine's Day falls on 14th February every year. It is also known as Saint Valentine's Day! It is thought that Valentine's Day is on this day because a priest called Valentine was performing secret marriages behind the back of Emperor Claudius II of Rome. He banned marriage because he thought that unmarried soldiers fought much better. Valentine unfortunately got caught on 14th February in the year 270AD. It's a day to show your love Valentine's Day is a day to show your love. This can be to a girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, or wife. Or why not show your love to the important people to you? Such as your family and friends! Valentine's Day comes from Saint Valentine As you learned above, Valentine's Day comes from the man Valentine from the Roman times. He was a priest and was actually made a Saint after his death! The first ever Valentine's Day was in 496 Previously, there was a Roman festival called L

LEAST APPRECIATED VALENTINE'S DAY GIFTS

A 5-pound chub of ground round A set of his and her Roadside Emergency Flare Kits Writing "I'll love you forever my darling" in the snow A gift certificate to "Colonoscopies and Beyond" A box of Cupid-brand diapers

REJECTED VALENTINE'S DAY CARD SAYINGS

"I will love you through life and even through death... But one thing I will always hate is your stinky morning breath." "Roses are Red, Violets are Blue; The Clinic just called and your tests were negative too." "You were mean when we met and when we were apart... So today I have come to rip out your heart!" "As we travel the winding mysterious road of life, I realize there's no way in hell I want you as my wife." "Cupid drew and arrow and made a little notch; He aimed a little low, and it hit me in the... Ooooh!"

LEAST ROMANTIC THINGS TO SAY ON VALENTINE'S DAY

"Yeah, love you, too... but there's no football on!" "Candy hearts give me farts!" "Inside seating or drive-through?" "Wanna do it now?" "So, what did you get me?," followed quickly with, "That's it?"

SIGNS YOU CAN'T DRIVE

You refer to the windshield as the exit The community college filmmaking class paid you $10 to drive around the parking lot. It seems they can't afford a stunt driver. As a safety measure, you removed the rear and side view mirrors because they were "distracting." You keep hearing "Where did you get your license?" from that nosy guy on your hood. Your name becomes a traffic fatality verb, as in "Look out honey, you almost Bob-Smithed that guy!" You use the pedals like on a bicycle: left, right, left, right... Instead of "wash me," people write "kill me" on the back of your car. You have even managed to roll a bumper car. Hitch-hikers see you coming and pretend not to be hitch-hiking. Your insurance company only agreed to continue your coverage if your car is fitted with the landing balloons from the Mars lander.

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Music Calendar...

In 1931 "Just A Gigolo" by Ted Lewis is #1 on the U.S. charts. In 1961 "Calcutta" by Lawrence Welk is certified gold. In 1965 The Dave Clark Five performs on CBS-TV's the "Ed Sullivan Show." In 1966 Simon & Garfunkel receive their first gold record for "Sounds Of Silence." In 1967 Aretha Franklin records "Respect" at the Atlantic Studios. In 1970 The Who record the "Live At Leeds" album at a concert at Leeds University in Yorkshire, England. In 1970 "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" by Sly & Family Stone hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks. In 1971 Albert Grossman, Janis Joplin's manager, goes to court to prove her death was not a suicide to collect a $200,000 life insurance policy. In 1972 "Grease" begins its 10-year Broadway theatrical run. In 1972 John Lennon & Yoko Ono host "The Mike Douglas Show" while Douglas was on vacation. In 1973 Davi

Today In History...

In 1778 The American ship Ranger carries the recently adopted Stars and Stripes to a foreign port for the first time as it arrived in France. In 1848 President Polk is the first U.S. President to be photographed while in office as he posed for Matthew Brady in New York. In 1859 Oregon becomes the 33rd U.S. state. In 1876 Inventors Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray apply separately for patents related to the telephone. (The U.S. Supreme Court eventually ruled Bell the rightful inventor.) In 1895 Oscar Wilde's final and possibly most enduring play, "The Importance of Being Earnest," opens at the St. James's Theatre in London. In 1903 The U.S. Department of Commerce And Labor is established. In 1912 Arizona becomes the 48th U.S. state. In 1918 Leon Forrest Douglass displays his color-movie device. In 1920 The League of Women Voters is founded in Chicago. In 1929 Seven rivals of Al Capone's gang are gunned down in a Chicago garage in what becomes known as the &quo

Born On This Day...

In 1760 Richard Allen, first black ordained by Methodist-Episcopal church In 1817 Publisher/author, Frederick A. Douglass In 1856 English writer, Frank Harris (My Life & Loves) In 1859 Engineer, George Washington Ferris (invented Ferris Wheel) In 1894 Comedian, Jack Benny (Jack Benny Show) [d: 12-26-74] In 1901 Actress, Sylvia Truex (Mrs. Wilson-Dennis The Menace) [d: 7-31-98] In 1902 Actor, Stuart Erwin (Stu Erwin Show) [d: 12-21-67] In 1902 Country singer/actor, Fred Scott [d: 12-16-91] In 1905 Actress, Thelma Ritter (Miracle on 34th Street) [d: 2-4-69] In 1907 Cowboy actor, Ray "Crash" Corrigan [d: 8-10-76] In 1913 Sportscaster, Mel Allen (voice of the Yankees) [d: 6-16-96] In 1913 College football coach, "Woody" Hayes (Ohio State) [d: 3-12-87] In 1913 Teamsters leader, Jimmy Hoffa [d: 7-30-75] In 1916 Actor, Edward Platt (The Chief-Get Smart, Cape Fear) [d: 3-20-74] In 1921 Broadcast journalist, Hugh Downs (Today Show, 20/20) [d: 7-1-20] In 1922 Disc Jockey,

Music Calendar...

In 1867 The "Blue Danube Waltz" is first performed by composer Johann Strauss in Vienna. In 1914 The American Society of Composers And Publishers (ASCAP) is formed. In 1961 Frank Sinatra forms Reprise Records. In 1965 Andy Williams appears on the cover of TV Guide. In 1965 Gary Lewis & the Playboys record "Count Me In." In 1965 "Shotgun" by Jr. Walker & the All Stars enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1966 The Rolling Stones appear on the CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show." In 1967 The Beatles's single "Strawberry Fields Forever" b/w "Penny Lane" is released. In 1969 "Touch Me" by the Doors and "Everyday People" by Sly & the Family Stone are both certified gold. In 1971 "One Toke Over The Line" by Brewer & Shipley enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1971 "One Bad Apple" by the Osmonds hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 5 weeks. In 1972 Led Zeppelin cancels

Today In History...

In 1542 Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII, is executed for adultery. In 1633 Italian astronomer Galileo goes on trial before the Inquisition for contradicting the idea that the sun goes around the earth. In 1635 America's first public school, the Boston Latin School, opens. In 1741 Andrew Bradford of Pennsylvania publishes the first magazine in the U.S. entitled The American Magazine. In 1784 Ice jams the Mississippi River in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1795 The University of North Carolina becomes the first U.S. state university to open its doors to students. In 1866 Outlaws Jesse James and Cole Younger pull their first bank job. In 1920 The League of Nations recognizes the perpetual neutrality of Switzerland. In 1933 Comic strip characters Blondie and Dagwood Bumstead are married. In 1935 Bruno Hauptmann is convicted of first-degree murder in the kidnap-death of the infant son of aviator Charles Lindbergh. (Hauptmann is later executed.) In 1936 The first Social Securi

Born On This Day...

In 1559 Pope Alexander VII (1655-67) In 1862 Painter, Giovanni Battista Piazzetta In 1805 Attorney, David Dudley Field (advocated law codification) In 1849 English politician, Randolph Churchill (father of Winston) In 1885 Bess Truman, wife of U.S. president Harry Truman In 1892 American Gothic painter, Grant Wood In 1903 Mystery noveilist, Georges Simenon [d: 9-4-89] In 1908 TV hostess/journalist, Pauline Frederick II [d: 5-9-90] In 1910 Scientist/inventor, William B. Shockley (transistors) [d: 8-12-89] In 1911 Actress, Jean Muir (Lone Wolf Meets A Lady) [d: 7-23-96] In 1912 Saxophonist, Arthur Rollini (Benny Goodman) [d: 12-20-93] In 1918 Golf Hall-of-Famer, Patty Berg (57 career pro wins) [d: 9-10-06] In 1918 Stage producer/designer, Oliver Smith (Guys & Dolls) [d: 1-23-94] In 1919 Singer/songwriter, Tennessee Ernie Ford (Sixteen Tons) [d: 10-17-91] In 1920 Songwriter, Boudleaux Bryant (Everly Brothers hits) [d: 6-25-87] In 1920 Opera singer, Eileen Farrell [d: 3-23-02] In 1923