March 5 2010 Today in History Newsletter
A true icon of country music, Patsy Cline inspired many of today's and yesterday's country music stars. She died in a plane crash today, March 5, 1963 at the age of thirty but her country music legacy will always live on.
Here are some other events that happened in March of 1963:
The Beatles' released their first album, "Please Please Me"
The American Football League's NY Titans become the NY Jets
Alcatraz Federal Prison closes its doors
Los Angeles ends its streetcar service after 90 years.
People born in March of 1963 include:
Quentin Tarantino, Suzanne Crough of Partridge Family fame, Jasmine Guy, Kathy Ireland,
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