Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen, Canadian singer-songwriter, poet, and novelist, was born on September 21, 1934.

Born 2 days apart

Notable people are born as a set of twins and registered close together.

born on September 19, 1934

Brian Epstein

British music entrepreneur who managed the Beatles from 1962 until his death

born on September 21, 1934

Leonard Cohen

Canadian singer-songwriter, poet, and novelist

Leonard Cohen
was conceived around December 15, 1933
and has 2 events

A full gestation takes 280 days. Have you ever checked what happend when you were conceived? You should, because it matters.

266 days before
(or 8 months and 23 days)


The musical comedy Flying Down to Rio, starring Dolores Del Rio, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire, is released.
It happened on 29 December, 1933

"Flying Down to Rio" is known for being the first film in which the iconic Hollywood dancing duo Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers appeared together. While they weren't the main stars of the film, their dance numbers garnered attention and marked the beginning of a legendary partnership that would go on to produce many successful musicals and dance routines in the years to come. The chemistry between Astaire and Rogers in "Flying Down to Rio" was so palpable that it set the stage for their future collaborations and cemented their status as one of the most beloved dance pairs in cinematic history.Featuring: Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Dolores del Río.

269 days before
(or 8 months and 26 days)


Edwin H. Armstrong was granted four United States patents (No. 1,941,066 through 1,941,069) for his invention of frequency modulation devices for what would become "FM radio".
It happened on 26 December, 1933

Featuring: Edwin H. Armstrong.

Xanadu Registrants

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Ginger Rogers
American actress, dancer and singer during the Golden Age of Hollywood
Leonard Cohen
September 21, 1934
Canadian singer-songwriter, poet, and novelist
Edwin H. Armstrong
December 18, 1890
American electrical engineer and inventor, who developed FM (frequency modulation) radio and the superheterodyne receiver system

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