Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1933: Caterina Jarboro became the first black prima donna of an opera company. She sang “Aida” at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.
1963: The Beatles’ first U.S. album, “Introducing The Beatles,” was released.
1968: The Byrds’ “Sweetheart of the Rodeo” album was released.
1972: The variety show, “The Bobby Darin Amusement Company” premiered on CBS.
1977: Elvis Costello’s first album, “My Aim Is True,” was released in Britain. It was later released in the U.S.
1979: Little Richard, known as Reverend Richard Penniman, spoke at a revival meeting in North Richmond, CA. He warned the congregation about the evils of rock & roll music.
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