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Music Calendar...

In 1954 Elvis Presley holds his first commercial recording session at Sun Records recording "Big Boy," "That's All Right (Mama)" and "Blue Moon of Kentucky." In 1956 Billy Holiday's autobiography, "Lady Sings The Blues," is published. In 1958 Ray Charles makes his first appearance at Newport Jazz Festival. The performance was recorded and released "Ray Charles At Newport." In 1964 Van Morrison's band Them records "Gloria." In 1964 "Liza Jane" by David Jones and the King Bees is released. Jones later changed his name to David Bowie. In 1965 The Four Tops record "It's the Same Old Song." In 1964 President Johnson invites the Four Seasons to perform at the White House. In 1966 Ray Stevens performs "Ahab The Arab" on TV's "Where The Action Is." In 1966 The Righteous Brothers' Bill Medley has an operation to remove vocal cord nodes in Los Angeles. In 1967 The Young Ras

Born On This Day...

In 1704 Boxer, John Broughton (first boxing champion) In 1781 Singapore founder, Sir Stamford Raffles In 1794 Inventor, Sylvester Graham (Graham Crackers) In 1801 American naval hero, David G. Farragut ("Damn the Torpedoes!") In 1805 Naval officer, Robert Fitzroy (sailed with Charles Darwin) In 1810 Circus founder/showman, Phineas T. Barnum In 1857 Women's rights advocate, Clara Zetkin In 1867 Naturalist, Dr. Andrew Ellicott Douglass (studied tree rings) In 1879 Tennis Hall-of-Famer, Dwight Filley Davis (Davis Cup) In 1889 French poet/actor, Jean Cocteau In 1891 U.S. biochemist, John Northrop (crystallized enzymes) In 1902 Politician/diplomat, Henry Cabot Lodge [d: 2-27-95] In 1904 Actor, Milburn Stone (Doc Adams-Gunsmoke) [d: 6-12-80] In 1908 Boxing sportscaster, Don Dunphy [d: 7-22-98] In 1913 Harness racing driver/trainer, Del Miller (2441 wins) [d: 8-19-96] In 1914 Pianist, Annie Fischer [d: 4-10-95] In 1923 Football coach, John McKay (3 national titles with USC) [d: