Historical Events In January - 14
Friday, 14 August 2020
1965 Jeanette MacDonald, soprano (When I'm Calling You), dies at 63 on January - 14.
1966 David Bowie releases his first record (Can't Help Thinking About Me) on this day in history.
1966 On January - 14 david Bowie releases his 1st record (Can't Help Thinking About Me)
1966 Sergei Korolev, Russian space station constructor, dies on January - 14.
1967 On January - 14 20,000 attend the Human Be-In, San Francisco
1967 On this day in history earthquake in Sicily kills 231
1967 On this day in history new York Times reports Army is conducting secret germ warfare experiments
1967 On this day in history sonny & Cher release "The Beat Goes On"
1967 On this day in history the birth of Emily Watson, British actress
1967 20,000 attend Human Be-In, SF on January - 14.
1967 Renato Lunelli, composer, dies at 71 on January - 14.
1969 On January - 14 25 members of US aircraft carrier Enterprise die during maneuvers
1969 On this day in history soyuz 4 launched; rendezvous with Soyuz 5 two days later
1969 On January - 14 twenty-five crewmen aboard the carrier Enterprise are killed in an explosion off the coast of Hawaii.
1970 On January - 14 the farewell concert of Diana Ross and the Supremes takes place at the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas.
1970 On January - 14 john J "Johnny" Murphy, US baseball pitcher (NY Yankees), dies at 61
1971 John Snow takes 7-40 for England to beat Australia by 299 runs on this day in history.
1971 Ethel Glenn Hier, composer, dies at 82 on January - 14.
1972 On January - 14 "Sanford & Son" starring Redd Foxx premieres on NBC TV
1972 Frederik IX, [Christiaan FFMKW], king of Denmark (1947-72), dies at 72 on January - 14.
1973 Grateful Dead bass player, Phil Lesh, busted for drugs in California on this day in history.
1973 On this day in history tap dancer Ray Castle measured at 1440 taps/minutes on BBC TV
1973 On January - 14 the Miami Dolphins become the first NFL team to have a perfect season, remaining undefeated after beating the Washington Redskins 14-7 in Super Bowl VII.
1974 On this day in history josef Smrkovsky, Czechoslovakia parliament chairman, dies at 62
1975 On January - 14 uSSR breaks trade agreement with US
1976 On January - 14 "The Bionic Woman" with Lindsay Wagner debuts on ABC (later NBC)
1976 Ted Turner becomes CEO of Atlanta Braves on January - 14.
1976 Margaret Leighton, actress (Best Man, Go-Between), dies at 53 on this day in history.
1977 Abdul Razak bin Hussain, premier of Malaysia (1970-77), dies at 53 on this day in history.
1978 Sex Pistols' final concert (Winterland, San Francisco) on this day in history.
1978 On this day in history the Sex Pistols perform their last concert, at San Francisco's Winterland Theater.
1978 On this day in history blossom Rock, actress (Grandmamma-Addams Family), dies at 81
1979 President Carter proposes Martin Luther King's birthday be a holiday on January - 14.
1980 On this day in history "Blues Brothers" movie with Dan Akroyd & John Belushi opens