Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1835: Composer Cesar Cui was born.
1939: Louis Armstrong and his orchestra recorded “Jeepers Creepers.”
1965: Barbra Streisand and Bobbby Darin sang for Lyndon Johnson’s presidential inauguration.
1973: Pink Floyd began recording “Dark Side Of The Moon.”
1974: Bad Company was formed by ex-members of several groups. Those groups included Free, Mott the Hoople and King Crimson.
1980: Capricorn Records filed for bankruptcy.
1991: Three people were crushed to death at an AC/DC concert in Salt Lake City by people who rushed the stage.
1995: Jerry Garcia crashed a rented BMW into a guardrail near Mill Valley, CA. He was unhurt.
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