What happened in April 29?
The controversial musical Hair, a product of the hippie counter-culture and sexual revolution of the 1960s, opened at the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway on this day in 1968.
Less hair and more tennis; we bring a toast to tennis ace Andre Agassi (*1970).
Uma Thurman (*1970) flies right into the toast, as she was born on that exact same day and can’t miss this party, of course.
But that’s not all, our dear friends!
We have one more duo that celebrates their birthday on the same day and year. Comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld (*1954) and Jake Burton Carpenter (*1954), who founded Burton Snowboards.
Jazz maestro Duke Ellington (*1899) plays a sweet melody with country king Willie Nelson (*1933). With actors Daniel Day-Lewis (*1957) and Michelle Pfeiffer (*1958) dancing to the rhythm all night long.
Tomorrow, all the newspapers owned by media mogul William Randolph Hearst (*1863) will share the details of these magnificent events.
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What happened on April 29?
Birthdays April 29
|Jake Burton Carpenter|
|William Randolph Hearst|
Events April 29
|The musical Hair opened at the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway|