MARCH 26: The Daily Flashback


1828: In Vienna, Austrian composer Franz Schubert gave his only public concert.
1964: Funny Girl opened on Broadway starring Barbra Streisand.
1965: It was announced that Jeff Beck would take Eric Clapton’s place in The Yardbirds.
1969: John Lennon & Yoko Ono began their bed-in for peace in Amsterdam.
1970: Peter Yarrow pled guilty to “taking immoral liberties” with a 14-year-old girl in Washington, DC.
1971: The Rolling Stones’ now iconic lips-and-tongue logo appears for the first time when it is used on VIP passes for their show at the Marquee Club in London.
1975: The film “Tommy” – based on The Who’s rock opera – premiered in London.
1977: The debut singles by Elvis Costello (“Less Than Zero”) and The Clash (“White Riot”) were released.
1986: Guns N’ Roses signed to Geffen Records.
1987: During “The Cosby Show,” Nike debuts a commercial using The Beatles song “Revolution,” marking the first time that an original Beatles recording was used in an ad.

1874: Robert Frost
1886: Al Jolson
1911: Tennessee Williams
1917: Rufus Thomas
1925: James Moody
1931: Leonard Nimoy
1934: Alan Arkin
1939: James Caan
1944: Diana Ross
1946: Johnny Crawford
1948: Steven Tyler
1950: Martin Short
1968: Kenny Chesney

1827: Ludwig van Beethoven
1973: Noel Coward
1976: Duster Bennett
1995: Eazy-E
2002: Randy Castillo
2004: Jan Berry
2005: Paul Hester
2006: Nikki Sudden

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