LOOK: This Day In History (June 5)

For today's Flashback Friday special, here's a list of important things that happened in history on June 5th!

1959 - Bob Zimmerman graduated from high school in Hibbing, Minnesota. He later changed his name to Bob Dylan, the legandary singer-songwriter we know today.

1965 - The Sound of Music soundtrack started a 10-week run at No.1 on the UK chart.

1968 - The Beatles began recording "Don't Pass Me By".

1969 - "Back At One" singer Brian McKnight was born.

1971 - James Taylor's "You've Got A Friend" was released.

1993 - Mariah Carey married Tommy Mottola who was president of Sony Music then!

2001 - Alicia Key's debut album Songs in A Minor was released.

2003 - Metallica unleashed their album St. Anger.

2005 - Oasis reached No.1 on the UK album chart with Don't Believe The Truth.

2007 Chicosci’s “Chicosci Vampire Social Club” reigned in the MYX charts!

2008 - James Taylor sang the US National Anthem at Game 1 of the NBA Finals in Boston.

2014 - "Vertical Horizon Live in Manila" transpired at the Newport Performing Arts Theater!

2015 - Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors Game 1 became the first NBA Finals opener that went to overtime since 2001 (Los Angeles Lakers vs. Philadelphia 76ers)

Can you share other notable happenings on this date? Let us know in the comments section!