Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1983: Composer Charles Lecocq was born.
1952: Frank Sinatra recorded “Birth of the Blues.”
1967: The Doors “Light My Fire” was released.
1972: The Eagles’ “Take It Easy” was released.
1987: George Michael’s “I Want Your Sex” was banned by the BBC.
1990: Michael Jackson was admitted to St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica after complaining of chest pains. Test showed that he had bruised ribs from dance practice.
1998: Van Halen cancelled a show at the Docks club in Hamburg, Germany, after a piece of ceiling plaster fell and hit Alex Van Halen. He suffered a bruised arm.
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