Entertainment Highlights in History
Entertainment highlights during the week of July 17-23:
1953: Elvis Presley recorded ``My Happiness″ in Memphis, Tenn. It was Presley’s first recording.
1966: Mia Farrow married Frank Sinatra. They divorced in 1968.
1968: The animated Beatles’ film ``Yellow Submarine″ premiered in London.
1969: Aretha Franklin was arrested for disorderly conduct after a disturbance in a Detroit parking lot.
1975: ``Miami″ Steve Van Zandt performed for the first time in concert as part of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.
1983: Diana Ross performed a free concert in New York’s Central Park. A show the night before had been rained out.
1989: Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band began a 30-date ``Tour for All Generations,″ in Dallas.
1991: Steve Adler, ex-drummer for Guns N’ Roses, filed a lawsuit claiming members forced him to use heroin, then made him quit the band while he was trying to kick the habit.
1992: Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown were married at her mansion in New Jersey. About 150 family members and friends attended.
1995: La Toya Jackson filed for bankruptcy, blaming her financial troubles on a judgment against her after she cut short an engagement at the Moulin Rouge club in Paris.
1996: Oscar-nominated actor Robert Downey Jr. was arrested after authorities said he left a court-ordered drug rehabilitation center in California. It was his third arrest in a month.
1999: British rocker Phil Collins, 48, married 27-year-old Orianne Cevey, in a private civil ceremony in Switzerland.