Active musician for over 50 years, his hits included "Okee from Muskogee," "Workin' Man Blues," "Mama Tried" and "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive" named to the Country Music Hall of Fame and as a Kennedy Center Honoree.
E.) in the '60s, sang "Windmills of Your Mind," was also a ski champ.
"Freedom" and "Motherless Child," his Woodstock opening act which ran for three hours, wrote commercial jingles like "The Fabric of Our Lives" for cotton.
Actress with an interesting career and a tendency to write about it (like her older sister, Gypsy Rose Lee), a star of Gentleman's Agreement, she played Miss Hannigan on Broadway in Annie.
Director of Care in Iraq who'd married an Iraqi and worked in country for 30 years until she was abducted.
Carpenter on Mc Hale's Navy, he was in dozens of TV shows and spent much of the later part of his career doing voicework for animation, particularly Comissioner Gordon in various incarnations of Batman, married for 66 years, older brother of Don Hastings, died same day as Paul Mazursky and Frank M.
Won a Pulitzer Prize in the '60s for reporting on the Vietnam war, wrote many non-fiction books including The Best and the Brightest, died on the same day as Paul Erdman and Boris Yeltsin.