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Most recent 20 results returned for keyword: Stone Roses (Search this on MAP) Rebecca Jane Lord : The Stone Roses - Made of Stone:
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Watch the video: The Stone Roses - Made of Stone
Music video by The Stone Roses performing Made Of Stone. (C) 1995 Silvertone Records Ltd.
11 hours ago - Via Google+ - View - Death of Culture : Post-punk Street-art Has Been Appearing In Manchester Featuring Song Lyrics From The Smiths, Joy Division...
Post-punk Street-art Has Been Appearing In Manchester Featuring Song Lyrics From The Smiths, Joy Division, and The Stone Roses
Death of Culture
Im not bloody Banksy am I? Hes making a mint Im making nothing. About 2 weeks ago a street artist going by only his instagram user name alshepmcr was interviewe
1 day ago - Via - View - Leonard Sultana : >> Reet Proper Music: Doing Exactly What It Says On T'Tin << REET PROPER MUSIC is a night I do on a...
>> Reet Proper Music: Doing Exactly What It Says On T'Tin <<

REET PROPER MUSIC is a night I do on a Saturday in a pub in Cleckheaton. And I'm not going to lie, I was rather chuffed with myself with the tracks we threw down last Saturday - it was a perfect example of what we're trying to do, here on Saturdays at Punchbowl Cleckheaton​.

Tonight, it could be totally different. Could be 90's Dance. Could be 70's Disco. Could be 00's R'n'B. Doesn't matter. That's the point - so long as it's a blinding track, that's our wheelhouse.

SATURDAY 15th APRIL Playlist

Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby Got Back
Run D.M.C. ft Aerosmith - Walk This Way
Run D.M.C. vs Jason Nevins - It's Like That (Jason's Battle Blaster Remix Version)
Mark Ronson ft Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk (Intro Edit Version)
Clean Bandit ft Sean Paul & Anne-Marie - Rockabye
Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock - It Takes Two
Cypress Hill - Insane In The Brain
Public Enemy - Don't Believe The Hype (Album Version)
Dexy's Midnight Runners - Geno
Cure - In Between Days
Blue Swede - Hooked On A Feeling
Redbone - Come And Get Your Love
Runaways - Cherry Bomb
Raspberries - Go All The Way
Elvin Bishop - Fooled Around And Fell In Love
David Bowie - Moonage Daydream
The Cure - Plainsong
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - Enola Gay
Eurythmics - Love Is A Stranger
Stranglers - Golden Brown
Stone Roses - I Am The Resurrection
Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky (Remastered Version)
Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son
Lost Angels - Jessica (Top Gear Theme)
Blur - Country House
AC/DC - Thunderstruck
Sia - Alive
Fleetwood Mac - Sara
Ike & Tina Turner - Proud Mary (Ike & Tina Turner Version)
Stranglers - Peaches TRACK OF THE NIGHT!!!
Birdy - Skinny Love
Imagine Dragons - Demons
Lukas Graham - 7 Years
Elton John - Rocket Man
David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust (Live Version)
Madness - In The Middle Of The Night
Tenpole Tudor - Swords Of 1000 Men
King - Love And Pride
Japan - Quiet Life
Tears For Fears - Pale Shelter
Human League - Don't You Want Me
Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
Soft Cell - Tainted Love & Where Did Our Love Go (Full Version)
Chantal Kreviazuk - Feels Like Home
Ultravox - Vienna
Jam - Going Underground
Adam & The Ants - Kings Of The Wild Frontier
Bow Wow Wow - Go Wild In The Country
Sigue Sigue Sputnik - Love Missile F1-11
Pop Will Eat Itself - Def Con One
Falco - Rock Me Amadeus (Special Salieri Club Mix)
Oingo Boingo - Weird Science (Extended Dance Version)
Prodigy - Voodoo People (Pendulum Remix Version)
Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Bronski Beat - Smalltown Boy
Daft Punk - Harder Better Faster Stronger ('Alive' Version)
Adamski ft Seal - Killer
Big Country - In A Big Country
Eagles - Desperado
Fleetwood Mac - Big Love (live acoustic version)
Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive
Gerard McMann - Cry Little Sister (Theme from 'The Lost Boys')

Think this would be an awesome Spotify playlist!! And we're doing the same thing tonight - let's do this!!

cc: Mel Shingleton​, Andrew Shingleton​
1 day ago - Via Google+ - View - Tetsuo Takahashi : The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses
1 day ago - Via Google+ - View - Leo : My Mad Fat Diary, season 2, episode 1, "Alarm," aired 17 February 2014. L to R: Archie is played by ...
My Mad Fat Diary, season 2, episode 1, "Alarm," aired 17 February 2014. L to R: Archie is played by Dan Cohen, Chloe Gemell is played by Jodie Comer, Rachel "Rae" Earl is played by Sharon Rooney, Arnold "Chop" Peters is played by Jordan Murphy, and Isabelle "Izzy" is played by Ciara Baxendale. Rae, in a voice-over: "So, I'm still here. And so's Archie -- and he's still gorgeous. Chop and Izzy are still inseparable. And Chloe's still... well, Chloe." Btw, Rae's still wearing that t-shirt of The Stone Roses' I Wanna be Adored (1989) single from season 1.
2 days ago - Via Google+ - View - radio2XS : We're playing Do You Dream In Colour by BILL NELSON: (from Duplex - The Best Of Bill Nelson 1980). A...
We're playing Do You Dream In Colour by BILL NELSON: (from Duplex - The Best Of Bill Nelson 1980). A single by the former Be-Bop Deluxe frontman, again produced by John Leckie (Stone Roses, Cast, etc)
radio2XS Rocks! Turn It Up!
radio2XS plays new music, live sessions and 60 years of rock & roll
2 days ago - Via - View - Dino Grey : The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses The Stone Roses first album Released 2 May 1989 00:00 I Wanna Be Adored...
The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses first album Released 2 May 1989 00:00 I Wanna Be Adored 04:49 She Bangs the Drums 08:39 Waterfall 13:18 Don't Stop 18:33 Bye Bye Badman 22:36 Elizabeth My Dear 23:24 (Song for My) Sugar Spun Sister 26:49 Made of Stone 31:02 Shoot You Down 35...
The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses first album Released 2 May 1989 00:00 I Wanna Be Adored 04:49 She Bangs the Drums 08:39 Waterfall 13:18 Don't Stop 18:3...
3 days ago - Via Google+ - View - lydonfergus : "We managed to make it to the Fire Station Creative without too much stress even though I was determined...
"We managed to make it to the Fire Station Creative without too much stress even though I was determined that Gary was taking us in the wrong direction as despite his Fife roots and his experience of countless nights out in Dunfermline 'teaching' him the geography of the area, I still trusted Google Maps a bit more as its primary experience with Dunfermline geography wasn't based on dozens of drunken pub crawls, dancing to the Stone Roses in slow motion, with tales of a mystery Brigadoon-style chippy that only appears to Gary and his friends after X amount of booze has been consumed and they're ready for their late-night kebabs."

Our review of the Fire Station Creative on Carnegie Drive in Dunfermline, Fife
Breakfast Nomination #20, the Fire Station Creative on Carnegie Drive in Dunfermline
Breakfast Nomination #20, the Fire Station Creative on Carnegie Drive in Dunfermline Nominated by Iain Townson Originally reviewed on the 29th of January, 2017 Gary's score: 4/6 My score: not too bad consideri...
3 days ago - Via Google+ - View - TheGrimbart : THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY: April 19th: On this Day:  1965, The film T.A.M.I. (Teen-Age Music International...

April 19th: On this Day:

1965, The film T.A.M.I. (Teen-Age Music International) Show featuring The Rolling Stones, The Supremes, Four Tops, James Brown, The Beach Boys and Smokey Robinson & The Miracles opened in London, England under the title Teenage Command Performance.

1965, The Beatles single 'Ticket to Ride' was released on Capitol records in the US. The single's label stated that the song was from the upcoming movie 'Eight Arms to Hold You' (the original name for the movie 'Help!').

1968, John Lennon, George Harrison and their wives left the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram in Rishikesh, India two weeks before their study was complete. Ringo and Paul had already left.

1968, Pink Floyd released their fourth UK single 'It Would Be So Nice', written by Richard Wright with Roger Waters' 'Julia Dream' on the B-side. Pink Floyd were on tour in Europe on this day, and played their second night at the Piper Club, in Rome, Italy.

1969, Smile (later to be known as Queen ) appeared at the Revolution Club in London, England.

1974, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band appeared at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The gig was unadvertised by its promoter, who gambled that word-of-mouth would be enough to fill the 550-seat venue, only 250 people attended. Tickets cost $4.50 and $5.50 in advance.

1980, Blondie went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Call Me', featured in the Richard Gere movie 'American Gigolo', the track was also a No.1 in the UK.

1980, 32 year old English singer Brian Johnson joined Australian group AC/DC, replacing Bon Scott who had died after a drinks binge in February 1980. Johnson's first band was the Gobi Desert Canoe Club. He was also in a band called Fresh. From 1970, Johnson played with cabaret/club band The Jasper Hart Band, performing songs from the musical Hair. He and other members of the band went on to form Geordie.

1980, For the first time ever the Top five artists on the US country chart were all female, Crystal Gayle who was at No.1, with Dottie West, Debbie Boone, Emmylou Harris and Tammy Wynette making up the rest of the Top 5.

1980, R.E.M. played their first gig as R.E.M. at the 11:11 Koffee Club, Athens, Georgia to 150 people. The show ended at 2am when police closed it down due to the venue being unlicensed.

1985, Bryan Adams was on the UK album chart with Reckelss. His fourth studio album was the first Canadian album to sell more than one million units within Canada. Six singles were released from the album: ‘Run to You,’ ‘Somebody,’ ‘Heaven,’ ‘Summer of '69,’ ‘One Night Love Affair,’ and ‘It's Only Love.’ All six singles made the top 15 on the US Billboard Hot 100, a feat that at the time had been accomplished previously only by Michael Jackson's Thriller.

1986, George Michael was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'A Different Corner', the singers second solo No.1. Michael became the first solo act in the history of the UK chart to reach No.1 with his first two releases. The song was also credited with being the second No.1 (after 'I Just Called To Say I Love You' by Stevie Wonder), which was written, sung, played, arranged and produced by the same person.

1986, Prince started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Kiss.' Prince also had the No.2 song 'Manic Monday', by The Bangles, which he wrote under the pseudonym 'Christopher.'

1995, The Stone Roses played their first gig in five years when the appeared at The Rockefeller Club, Oslo, Norway.

1997, Michael Jackson attended an unveiling of a wax statue of himself at the Grevin Museum of Wax in Paris, France. Jackson provided one of his own outfits to dress the figure.

1998, Robbie Williams started a two-week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with his debut solo album Life Thru A Lens. The album spent a total of 218 weeks on the UK chart, with sales of 2.4 million copies.

2000, Phil Collins won £250,000 in a high court case over royalties with two former members of his band. The judge ruled that they had been overpaid in error but because the two musicians had no other income they would not have to pay it back.

2002, Police were investigating how tracks from the forthcoming Oasis album 'Heathen Chemistry' had been illegally circulated on the Internet. They thought the person responsible had access to their private recording sessions.

2003, The oldest working musician in Britain, Conrad Leonard died aged 104. Composer and pianist Leonard had worked with Cole Porter, Petula Clark and at the BBC during his career. Until the age of 103 years, he played the piano every Thursday at lunchtime in the Plantation Cafe at Squire's Garden Centre in Twickenham.

2005, It was announced that two 30-second television commercials designed to attract vacationing families to Graceland to experience the "real" Elvis Presley would air nationally in the US starting in April 2006. It was the first time in the history of Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. that the company has used television advertising to promote Graceland tourism.

2010, A week after Catholic Church officials published an article in the Vatican's L'Osservatore Romano newspaper that said they forgive John Lennon's remarks about The Beatles being "bigger than Jesus", Ringo Starr rejected their forgiveness. The newspaper's editors had written, "The Beatles said they were bigger than Jesus and put out mysterious messages, that were possibly even Satanic... (but) what would Pop music be like without the Beatles?" Ringo was unimpressed and replied "Didn't the Vatican say we were Satanic or possibly Satanic? And they've still forgiven us? I think the Vatican, they've got more to talk about than the Beatles."

2012, Levon Helm, died of throat cancer aged 71. A drummer, singer and multi-instrumentalist, Helm formed his own high school band, the Jungle Bush Beaters, at 17, he later joined The Hawks (who became Bob Dylan's backing group) who then became known as The Band. He sang on Band classics like 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,' 'Up on Cripple Creek,' 'Rag Mama Rag,' and 'The Weight.'

2012, Leonard Cohen's former manager was jailed for 18 months for harassing the singer-songwriter. Kelley Lynch was found guilty by a Los Angeles court after a sending a torrent of expletive-strewn emails and letters to the star. She was also sentenced to five months probation and ordered to attend anger-management courses. Cohen thanked the court for the "even-handed and elegant manner in which these proceedings have unfolded".

2014, The White House refused to comment on a campaign to deport Justin Bieber from the US. Around 275,000 people had signed a petition on its website calling for the Canadian singer to be removed from the country. The campaign had been set up in January of this year when the 20-year-old was arrested on suspicion of drink and drug-driving and illegal drag racing.


April 19th: Born on this day:

1928, Born on this day, Alexis Korner, blues singer, musician. Major force behind the UK R&B scene, formed Blues Incorporated with Charlie Watts, had hits with CCS, (1971 UK No.5 single 'Tap Turns On The Water'). Writer and radio presenter. Korner died on January 1st 1984.

1942, Born on this day, Alan Price, keyboards, The Animals, (1964 UK & US No.1 single 'House Of The Rising Sun'). And solo, (1967 UK No.4 single 'Simon Smith and his Amazing Dancing Bear').

1943, Born on this day, Eve Graham, (Evelyn May Beatson), singer, The New Seekers, (1972 UK No.1 and US No.7 single 'I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing').

1944, Born on this day, Bernie Worrell, keyboards, Parliament, Funkadelic, (1978 US No.16 album 'One Nation Under A Groove').

1947, Born on this day, Mark Volman, The Turtles, (1967 US No.1 single 'Happy Together', 1967 UK No.4 single 'She'd Rather Be With Me'). Flo and Eddie, worked with Frank Zappa, T Rex and Bruce Springsteen.

1956, Born on this day, Gary Langan, Art Of Noise, (1988 UK No.5 single with Tom Jones 'Kiss').

1956, Born on this day, English singer Tony Martin, best known for his time fronting Black Sabbath, initially from 1987 to 1991 and again from 1993 to 1997. Martin was the band's second longest serving vocalist after Ozzy Osbourne.

1966, Born on this day, Marion Hugh "Suge" Knight Jr. American record producer, music executive. He is the co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records. Death Row Records rose to dominate the rap charts after Dr. Dre's breakthrough album The Chronic in 1992. After several years of chart successes for artists including Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Outlawz and Tha Dogg Pound, Death Row Records stagnated after Knight's incarceration on probation violation charges in September 1996 and went bankrupt in 2006. In February 2015, Knight was charged with murder and attempted murder following a fatal hit-and-run in Compton, California.

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3 days ago - Via Reshared Post - View - Leo : Skins, season 4, episode 6, "JJ," aired 4 March 2010. L to R: Jonah Jeremiah "JJ" Jones is played by...
Skins, season 4, episode 6, "JJ," aired 4 March 2010. L to R: Jonah Jeremiah "JJ" Jones is played by Ollie Barbieri and James Cook is played by Jack O'Connell. Frederick "Freddie" McClair, played by Luke Pasqualino: "Are you gonna fucking help me here, or what?" JJ: "Yes, but what's --? Freddie? Your bag's on fire." Freddie: "Just open it." As JJ opens the sports bag Cook jumps out of it smoking a cigarette and laughing. Cook: "Way-hey, hey, hey, hey!" JJ: "Cook!" Daddy's home, Jaykins. Now, hands up. Who wants to play Anne Frank?" JJ then falls down in a dead faint. Btw, Cook is wearing a t-shirt of The Stone Roses' I Wanna be Adored (1989) single.
4 days ago - Via Google+ - View - Tech News : Never say never Charlie Simpson - BustedThere are some bands...
Never say never

Charlie Simpson - BustedThere are some bands that will never get back together. Abba. The Jam. The Smiths. Then there are those that "will never get back together". Like The Stone Roses. And Busted.The group that had eight top 10 hits in the 2000s, and sent many a teenage girl all aflutter, split in 2005 when frontman Charlie Simpson left.Simpson told BBC Newsbeat "not in a million years" would they reform...
Never say never

9 days ago - Via Google+ - View - James Kobielus : RT @kexpnowplaying #kexp The Stone Roses "Fools Gold 4.15" from What the World Is Waiting For JK--1990...
RT @kexpnowplaying #kexp The Stone Roses "Fools Gold 4.15" from What the World Is Waiting For JK--1990. Great bouncy funk roll on this.
10 days ago - Via - View - Mario Solis : The Stone Roses - Fools Gold (Video) &Full Version (Audio)
The Stone Roses - Fools Gold (Video) &Full Version (Audio)
Watch the video: The Stone Roses - Fools Gold (Video) & Full Version (Audio)
The Stone Roses - Fools Gold 1989 Video 03:00 - 03:38 Audio 03:39 - 13:34 Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is mad...
12 days ago - Via Google+ - View - France : birthdays 401 Theodosius II, the Younger, Eastern Roman emperor 1512 James V, King of Scots (1513...

401 Theodosius II, the Younger, Eastern Roman emperor
1512 James V, King of Scots (1513-42)
1569 Emilia van Nassau, daughter of Willem of Orange & Anna of Saxon
1583 Hugo Grotius, Holland, jurist, father of international law
1633 Werner Fabricius, composer
1651 Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus, German mathematician (d. 1708)
1656 René Lepage de Ste-Claire, lord-founder of the town of Rimouski, in New France (d. 1718)
1695 Balthazar Huydecoper, Dutch translator/historian
1704 Benjamin Heath, English classical scholar (d. 1766)
1713 John Whitehurst, English clockmaker and scientist (d. 1788)
1737 Francois Giroust, composer
1755 Samuel Hahnemann, German physician/originator of homeopathy
1762 Giovanni Aldini, Italian physicist (d. 1834)
1778 William Hazlitt, Maidstone Kent England, essayist/critic
1783 Hortense E de Beauharnais, French queen of Netherlands (1806-10)

Person of Interest
1794 Matthew C. Perry, Commodore of the United States Navy who opened Japan to Western influence and trade, born in Newport, Rhode Island (d. 1858)

Commodore of the US Navy
Matthew C. Perry
1796 James Bowie, American pioneer and soldier (d. 1836)
1797 Claude Ambroise Seurat, Troyes France, (World's skinniest man)
1806 Leonidas Polk, Lt Gen (Confederate Army), (d. 1864)
1808 Auguste Franchomme, composer
1823 Thomas Reade Rootes Cobb, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)
1827 Lewis Wallace, Major General (Union volunteers)/author (Ben Hur)
1829 William Booth, founder (Salvation Army)
1833 David McMurtrie Gregg, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1833 James Edward Rains, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), (d. 1862)
1837 Forceythe Willson, American poet (d. 1867)
1847 Charles Swinnerton Heap, composer
1847 Joseph Pulitzer, Hungary, publisher (St Louis Post-Dispatch, NY World)
1854 Jozef M T Orelio, baritone
1857 Henry Ernest Dudeney, mathematician/puzzle maker
1864 Eugene Francis Charles D'Albert, German pianist/composer (Golem)

1864 Tully Marshall, Nevada City CA
1865 Jack Miner, Canadian conservationist (d. 1944)
1867 George William Russell, Irish nationalist (d. 1935)
Person of Interest
1868 George Arliss, actor (Devil, Green Goddess), born in London, England

George Arliss
1877 Alfred Kubin, Austrian writer and illustrator, born in Leitmeritz, Bohemia (d. 1959)
1880 Frances Perkins, American politician and 1st woman to hold cabinet-level position (Labor), (d. 1965)
1880 Montague Summers, English writer (d. 1948)
1880 Mohammed Nadir Shah, King of Afghanistan (1929-33), born in Dehra Dun, British India (d. 1933)
1882 Simon F H J Berkelbach Van der Sprenkel, theologist (Fear & Religion)
1886 Val Paul, American actor and director, born in Denver, Colorado
1887 Bernardo A Houssay, Argentine physiologist (Nobel 1947)
1887 Heinz Tiessen, Königsberg, German composer
1891 Tim McCoy, American actor (westerns) and soldier, born in Saginaw, Michigan (d. 1978)
1892 Egon Freiherr von Eickstedt, German anthropologist (Rassenkunde)
1892 Victor de Sabata, Trieste Italy, conductor/composer (Il Macigno)
1894 Ben Nicholson, English painter/sculptor (Circle)
1894 Shri Ghanshyam Das Birla, Indian industrialist (d. 1983)
1896 Edith Day, American actress (A Romance of the Air), born in Minneapolis, Minnesota (d. 1971)
1897 Ross Youngs, American baseball player (d. 1927)
1900 Jean Duvieusart, premier (Belgium 1950)
1903 Clare Boothe Luce, US ambassador (to Vatican)
1903 Nick Stuart, Romania, bandleader
1905 Jan H van Roijen, diplomat/Netherland foreign minister
1906 Fud Livingston, composer
1906 Kathleen Major, principal (St Hilda's College, England)
1906 Lili Darvas, actress (Szerelem, Cimmaron), born in Budapest, Hungary
1907 Pete Desjardins, US, platform/springboard diver (Olympic-gold-1928)
1908 Aidan Crawley, CEO (London Weekend TV)
1910 Abu-Bakr Khairat, composer
1910 David Gilroy Bevan, politician
1910 Paul Sweezy, American economist and editor (d. 2004)
1911 Maurice Schumann, French statesman/writer (La Voix du couvre-feu)
1911 Martin Denny, musician (Exotica), born in New York City (d. 2005)
1912 Clarke Hinkle, NFL fullback (Green Bay Packers)
1912 Roy Hofheinz, engineer (Houston Astrodome)
1913 Stefan Heym, German/US author (Crusaders, Family Benda)
1914 E A V "Foffie" Williams, cricketer (WI all-rounder 1939-48)
1914 Jack Badcock, cricketer (Tasmania Australian batsman of 30's)
Person of Interest
1915 Harry Morgan, actor (December Bride, M*A*S*H, Dragnet), born in Detroit, Michigan

Harry Morgan
1915 Leo Vroman, Dutch/US poet/biologist, (d. 2014)
1917 Robert Burns Woodward, organic chemist (Nobel 1965)
1918 Lee Bergere, American actor (d. 2007)
1921 Chuck Connors, American actor (Rifleman, Branded, Cowboy in Africa), born in Brooklyn, New York
1921 Peter Herbert Penwarden, priest
1921 Sheb Wooley, Erick Oklahoma, vocalist (Purple People Eater, Hee Haw)
1923 Floyd M Simmons, actor/decathlete (Olympic-bronze-1948, 52)
1923 John Watkins, cricketer (South African all-rounder in 15 Tests 49-57)
1924 Kenneth Noland, American painter
1926 "Alvin" Junior Samples, Cummings Ga, country singer (Hee Haw)
1926 Jacques Casterede, composer
1926 Johnnie Tillmon, civil rights activist (National Welfare Rights Association)
1927 Marshall Warren Nirenberg, American scientist, Nobel laureate
1929 Dusan Radic, Serbian composer, born in Sombor (d. 2010)
Person of Interest
1929 Max Von Sydow, Swedish actor (Hawaii, Exorcist, Dune, Dreamscape), born in Lund, Sweden

Max Von Sydow
1930 Lord Morton, of Shauna, senator (College of Justice, Scotland)
1930 Shuja-ud-Din, cricketer (batted in 19 Tests for Pakistan 1954-62)
1930 Norma Candal, Puerto Rican actor/comedian (d. 2006)
1930 Spede Pasanen, Finnish comedian (d. 2001)
1931 Marcel van Maele, Belgian poet
1932 Adrian Henri, poet/president (Liverpool Academy of Arts)
1932 Delphine Seyrig, Beirut Lebanon, actress (Freak Orlando, Reperages)
1932 Hari Rhodes, actor (Mike-Daktari, Roots), born in Cincinnati, Ohio
1932 Mae Heriwentha Faggs Starr, NJ, 4x100m runner (Olympic-gold-1952)
1932 Nate Nelson, American singer (Flamingos - ''I Only Have Eyes for You.''), (d. 1984)
1932 Omar Sharif, [Michael Shalhoub], Egyptian actor (Doctor Zhivago, Lawrence of Arabia), born in Alexandria (d. 2015)
1932 Kishori Amonkar, Indian classical Hindustani singer, born in Bombay (d. 2017)
1933 Philip Corner, composer
1933 Poncie Ponce, actor (Kazuo Kim-Hawaiian Eye), (d. 2013)
1933 Robert Rhodes James, historian (Gallipoli)
1933 Rokusuke Ei, Japanese lyricist and author
1933 Ron Murphy, Hamilton, ON, NHL player (New York Rangers), (d. 2014)
1934 David Halberstam, intl correspondent (NY Times/Pulitzer 1964)
1934 Zsolt Durko, Hungarian composer, born in Szeged (d. 1997)
1935 Jorge Mester, Mexico City Mexico, conductor (Louisville Orch 1967-79)
1935 Patrick Garland, director (Doll House), (d. 2013)
Person of Interest
1936 John Madden, NFL coach (Oakland Raiders) and sports commentator (CBS, FOX), born in Austin, Minnesota

Football Coach and Sportscaster
John Madden
1936 Michael Naylor, English insurance broker (Endsleigh Insurance), born in Croydon (d. 1995)
1936 Robert "Bobby" Smith, US singer (Spinners), (d. 2013)
1937 Stan Mellor, British racehorse trainer/jockey
1937 Bella Akhmadulina, Russian poet
1938 Don Meredith, NFL QB (Cowboys)/Mon Night Football, born in Mount Vernon, Texas
1939 Alan Rothenberg, US Soccer pres (1990- )
1939 Daniel Oliver, American CEO (Federal Trade Commission), born in NYC, New York
1940 Gloria Hunniford, British broadcaster/actress (Old Curiosity Shop)
1941 Paul Theroux, American travel book writer (Mosquito Coast)
1942 Ian Callaghan, English footballer
1942 Nick Auf der Maur, Canadian journalist and politician (d. 1998)
1944 Danny Woods, US musician (CEO of the Board)
1945 Vera Misevich, USSR, equestrian dressage (Olympic-gold-1980)
1946 Armand, [Herman van Loenhout], singer (Blommenkinders)
1946 Anne Boyd, Australian composer, born in Sydney
1947 Bunny Wailer, vocalist/percussionist (The Wailers with Bob Marley), born in Kingston, Jamaica
1948 Thomas Spencer, MEP (Conservative)
1949 Frank de Leeuw, Dutch rock guitarist (Bob Color)
1950 Eddie Hazel, US pop guitarist (Funkadelic-Uncle Jam Wants You)
1950 Ken Griffey, Sr., American baseball player
1950 Barry M. Riemer, American author
1951 Mark Roth, bowler (4-time PBA Player of Year)
Person of Interest
1951 Steven Seagal, actor (Above the Law, Hard to Kill), born in Detroit, Michigan

Steven Seagal
1951 David Helvarg, American journalist and environmental activist
1953 David Moorcroft, British athlete
1953 Terre Roche, rocker (Roches)
1954 Peter MacNicol, actor (Chicago Hope, Sophie's Choice), born in Dallas, Texas
1955 Cary Middlecoff, golfer (Masters)
1955 Lesley Garrett, British soprano
1957 John M. Ford, American science fiction author and poet (d. 2006)
1957 Steve Gustafson, American musician
1958 Ken Griffy, baseball player (Cincinnati Reds, NY Yanks)
1958 Bob Bell, British engineer
1958 Yefim Bronfman, Russian-born pianist
1959 Brian Setzer, American rock guitarist and vocalist (Stray Cats), born in Massapequa Park, New York
1959 Yvan Loubier, Quebec politician
1960 Julie Fulton, Evanston Ill, actress (Lime Steel)
1960 Katrina Leskanich, American musician
1961 Jeb Adams, actor (Lt Jeb Pruitt-Baa Baa Black Sheep), born in Hollywood, California
1961 Olivia Brown, Frankfurt GFR, actress (Det Trudy Joplin-Miami Vice)
1961 Joe Cole (roadie), American roadie (d. 1991)
1962 Cathy Turner, short track skater (Olympics-gold-1994, born in Rochester, New York
1962 Jukka Tammi, hockey goaltender (Team Finland Oly-Bronze-1998)
1962 Steve Tasker, wide receiver (Buffalo Bills)
1963 Claire Smith, equestrian 3 day event (Olympics-96), born in Ottawa, Ontario
1963 Kirk Lowdermilk, NFL center (Indianapolis Colts)
1963 Marvin Freeman, pitcher (Colorado Rockies), born in Chicago, Illinois
1963 Mike Devereaux, Casper WY, outfielder (Baltimore Orioles)
1963 Warren DeMartini, heavy metal musician (Ratt)
1963 Doris Leuthard, member of the Swiss Federal Council
1964 Alan "Reni" Wren, English pop drummer (Stone Roses-Fools Gold)
1964 Felicia Collins, guitarist (David Letterman), born in Albany, New York
1964 Manon Bollegraf, den Bosch Neth, tennis star (semi 1996 Aust doubles)
1965 Karen Booker, WNBA center (Utah Starzz)
1965 Tim Alexander, American funk metal drummer (Primus-Pork soda), born in Cherry Point, North Carolina
1966 Neil Smith, NFL defensive end (KC Chiefs, Den Broncos-Super Bowl 32)
1967 Donald Dufresne, Rimouski, NHL defenseman (Edmonton Oilers)
1967 Kay Whitmore, Sudbury, NHL goalie (NY Rangers)
1968 Orlando Jones, American actor and comedian
1969 Billy Jacoby, Flushing NY, actor (Brad-Silver Spoons, Maggie)
1969 Dennis Vial, Sault Ste-Marie Ca, NHL defenseman (Ottawa Senators)
1969 Wayne Lammle, WLAF kicker/punter (Scotland Claymores)
1969 William Jayne, American actor (Parker Lewis Can't Lose), born in Flushing, New York
1969 Ekaterini Koffa, Greek sprinter
1970 Enrico Ciccone, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks), born in Montreal, Quebec
1970 J J McCleskey, NFL safety (NO Saints, Arizona Cardinals)
1970 Sean Gilbert, defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)
1970 Wesley Barnett, Oly weightlifter (Pan Am-silver-1987), born in St Joseph, Missouri
1970 Matt Barlow, American musician
1970 Kenny Lattimore, American singer
1970 Mike Mushok, American musician
1970 Q-Tip, American musician
1971 Karl Williams, wide receiver (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
1971 Mihai Bagiu, Timisoara Romania, US gymnast (Olympics-96)
1971 Nana Miyagi, tennis star (1995 final Surabaya doubles), born in Seattle, Washington
1972 Maurice Harrell, NFL tight end (San Diego Chargers)
1972 Richard Wearne, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1972 Sue Merz, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)
1973 Guillaume Canet, French actor and film director
1973 Roberto Carlos, Brazilian footballer
1973 Aidan Moffat, Scottish musician
1973 Christopher Simmons, American designer
1974 Sherry Johnson, Owatonna Minnesota, Miss America-Minnesota (1996)
1974 Petros Passalis, Greek footballer
1974 Eric Greitens, American former military officer
1975 Eric Den Besten, Bettendorf Iowa, rower (Olympics-1996)
1975 Floris, Prince of Netherlands
1975 Steve Washburn, NHL center (Florida Panthers), born in Ottawa, Ontario
1975 Chris Carrabba, American singer
1976 Sara Renner, Canadian cross country skier
1977 Claudia Delpin, Miss Chile Universe (1997)
1978 Jessica Davis, Greenbrae California, rhythmic gymnast (Olympics-27th-96)
1979 Tsuyoshi Domoto, Japanese artist
1979 Shemekia Copeland, American singer
1979 Rachel Corrie, American activist (d. 2003)
1979 Sophie Ellis-Bextor, English singer
1979 Peter Kopteff, Finnish footballer
1980 Sean Avery, Canadian ice hockey player
1980 Charlie Hunnam, British actor
1980 Kasey Kahne, American race-car driver
1980 Bryce Soderberg, American musician
1981 Laura Bell Bundy, American actor
1981 Liz McClarnon, British singer
1981 Michael Pitt, American actor
1981 Alexei Semenov, Russian ice hockey player
1982 Damián Lanza, Ecuadorian footballer
1982 Chyler Leigh, American actress
1982 Andre Ethier, American baseball player
1983 Ryan Merriman, American actor
1984 Zoe, 1st frozen-embryo child, born in Melbourne Australia
1984 Mandy Moore, American singer (Candy) and actress (Rebecca Pearson-This Is Us), born in Nashua, New Hampshire
1985 Carlos Tevez, Argentine footballer
1985 Dion Phaneuf, Canadian ice hockey player
1986 Olivia Borlée, Belgian athlete
1986 Vincent Kompany, Belgian footballer
1986 Ayesha Takia, Indian actress
1987 Hayley Westenra, New Zealand soprano
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1988 Haley Joel Osment, actor ("Sixth Sense"), born in Los Angeles, California

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1990 Lulinha, Brazilian footballer
1990 Alex Pettyfer, English actor
1991 Amanda Michalka, American actress/singer
1992 Daisy Ridley, English actress (Star Wars: the Force Awakens), born in London
2007 Princess Ariane of the Netherlands, Dutch Princess

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