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Entertainment History

September 04, 2015 07:08 GMT

On September fourth, 1959, a New York radio station banned the song "Mack The Knife" in response to a wave of stabbings.

In 1964, The Animals made their American debut in Brooklyn, New York.

Also in 1964, "Gilligan's Island" premiered on CBS.

In 1965, The Who had their equipment van stolen in England while they were inside an animal shelter buying a guard dog.

In 1968, radio stations in several U.S. cities banned the Rolling Stones song "Street Fighting Man" because of fears it might incite violence.

In 1977, the rock musical "Godspell" closed on Broadway.

In 1986, musician Gregg Allman was arrested for drunk driving in Florida. He had just gotten his driver's license back after a five-year suspension.

In 1991, singer Dottie West died during surgery in Nashville. She had been injured in a car accident a few days earlier. West was 58.

In 1993, actor Herve Villechaize died at the age of 50. He's probably best known for playing Tattoo on "Fantasy Island."

In 1996, Yusaf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, emerged from retirement in London to sign copies of his first album in 18 years. Music fans were disappointed, because the album "Life of the Last Prophet" was 80 percent talk.

In 2002, Kelly Clarkson was named the winner on "American Idol," beating out Justin Guarini and winning a recording contract. Nearly 22.5 million people tuned in to watch.

In 2006, Steve Irwin of the TV show "Crocodile Hunter" was killed when a stingray's barb hit him in the heart while Irwin was filming an underwater documentary. Irwin was 44.

In 2014, comedian Joan Rivers died of complications from a minor throat procedure in New York. She was 81.

Today's Birthdays: Actress Mitzi Gaynor is 84. Actor Kenneth Kimmins ("Coach") is 74. Singer Merald "Bubba" Knight of Gladys Knight and the Pips is 73. Actress Jennifer Salt ("Soap") is 71. Bassist Ronald LaPread (The Commodores) is 65. Actress Judith Ivey is 64. Drummer Martin Chambers of The Pretenders is 64. Actress Khandi Alexander ("ER," "NewsRadio") is 58. Actor-comedian Damon Wayans is 55. Guitarist Kim Thayil of Soundgarden is 55. Actress Ione (eye-OH'-nee) Skye is 45. DJ/music producer Mark Ronson is 40. Singer Richard Wingo of Jagged Edge is 40. Bassist Ian Grushka of New Found Glory is 38. Actor Wes Bentley ("American Beauty") is 37. Actor Max Greenfield ("New Girl") is 36. Singer Dan Miller of O-Town is 35. Singer Beyonce' (bee-YON'-say) Knowles (Destiny's Child) is 34. Singer-guitarist Tom Gossin of Gloriana is 34. Actress Whitney Cummings ("Whitney") is 33. Comedian Kyle Mooney ("Saturday Night Live") is 31. Multi-instrumentalist Neyla Pekarek (NEE'-lah peh-KAYR'-ehk) of The Lumineers is 29. Actor Trevor Gagnon ("The New Adventures of Old Christine") is 20.

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