MARCH 19: The Daily Flashback
1953: Tennessee Williams’ Camino Real premiered in New York City.
1957: Elvis Presley bought the mansion he called Graceland.
1962: Bob Dylan released his self-titled debut album.
1964: Sean Connery began shooting his role in “Goldfinger.”
1970: David Bowie married Angela Barnett.
1974: Jefferson Starship played their first gig, kicking off their tour at Auditorium Theatre in Chicago.
1975: Kiss released Dressed to Kill.
1977: The last episode of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” was broadcast.
1985: Spin magazine published its first issue.
2000: The New York Mets released Garth Brooks, who had been participating in spring training with the team. The country star was cut loose after going 0-17 at the plate.
2010: Justin Bieber’s album My World 2.0 was released.
2016: I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It by The 1975 went to No. 1 in the U.S., becoming the album with the longest title to hit the top spot.
1894: “Moms” Mabley
1928: Patrick McGoohan
1930: Ornette Coleman
1936: Ursula Andress
1937: Clarence “Frogman” Henry
1946: Ruth Pointer
1952: Chris Brubeck
1953: Ricky Wilson
1955: Derek Longmuir
1959: Terry Hall
1976: Paul Kossoff
1982: Randy Rhoads
1990: Andrew Wood
2002: Big John Patton
2007: Luther Ingram