Yung Joc – 27 (Young urban troubadour who likes to call himself ATL's Most Wanted. His biggest hit is "It's Goin' Down" but he was also featured on T-Pain's "Buy U a Drink (Shawty Snappin')".)
Jesse Carmichael – 31 (Maroon 5's keyboardist.)
Aiden Turner – 33 ("All My Children" stud who's now partnered with sexy Polish minx Edyta Sliwinska on "Dancing with the Stars"
Rodriguez 35 (Hilda's mantastic man Bobby on "Ugly Betty" but to me he'll always be en fuego Latino heartthrob Eric on "CSI: Miami")
Keren Woodward – 49 (Bananarama's lead singer. Biggest hit: "Venus". Second biggest hit: ROCK BOTTOM. APB on Bananarama!!! Someone look under Exposé AND the Cover Girls!!!)
Christopher Meloni 49 ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Oz". He also played racist Detective Mark Fuhrman in the movie "Murder in Greenwich".)
"Horshack" Palillo 61 ARNOLD HORSHACK ON "WELCOME BACK, KOTTER"!!! He lost horribly to Dustin "Screech" Diamond on "Celebrity Boxing 2". Also lost horribly to Jason Voorhees in "Friday the 13th Part 6: Jason Lives".)
Emmylou Harris 63 (Country legend.)
Leon Wilkeson – Would have been 58 – (1952 – 2001) (Lynyrd Skynyrd bassist. He survived the 1977 plane crash that killed Ronnie Van Zant and two other Skynyrd members . . . but abused his body so much, he died in his sleep by age 49.)
MARVIN GAYE – Would have been 71 – (1939 – 1984) (Shot by his own father, the day before his 45th birthday. His dad pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and got PROBATION.)
1964 – The Beach Boys recorded "I Get Around."
1967 - Steve Winwood left the Spencer Davis
Group to form Traffic.
1967 - The Beatles finished recording the album
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
1972 – John Lennon and Yoko Ono held a news
conference in New
York to discuss their appeal of the Immigration Department's decision
to deport John.
1977 - Stevie Wonder’s tribute to Duke
Ellington, "Sir Duke," was released.
1987 - The Prince
album "Sign O' The Times" was released worldwide.
1993 – Roberta Flack appeared on the ABC-TV soap
1997 – Joni Mitchell was reunited with Kilauren
Gibb. Gibb was
the daughter that Mitchell had given up for adoption 32 years before.
1998 – Rob Pilatus (Milli Vanilli) died in a hotel room in
1999 – The Black Crowes performed in Knoxvilled, TN. One of the
concergoers later sued the band for $385,000 in a claim that he had
suffered significant hearing loss at the show.
2002 – Lee Anderson Minnelli sued her stepdaughter Liza
Minnelli for elder abuse and breach of contract. The claim was filed
based on the will of Vincente Minnelli