Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1656: Composer Marin Marais was born.
1941: The first issue of “Parade: The Weekly Picture Newspaper” went on sale.
1958: Dick Dale performed “Let’s Go Trippin'” at the Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa, CA.
1964: The Dave Clark Five appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show” for the first of 11 appearances.
1969: John Lennon and Yoko Ono recorded “Give Peace a Chance” during their Montreal bed-in.
1975: The Eagles released “One Of These Nights.”
1977: Emerson, Lake & Palmer began an American tour accompanied by a 70-piece orchestra.
1982: The Clash released the album “Combat Rock.”
1988: Bob Dylan released the album “Down in the Groove.”
1995: Bob Dole singled out Time Warner for “the marketing of evil” in movies and music. Dole later admitted that he had not seen or heard much of what he had been criticizing.
1997: In England, Bob Dylan left the hospital after receiving treatment for histoplasmosis.
1999: VH1’s “Behind the Music” began airing nightly. The premiere show was “The Red Hot Chili Peppers: Behind the Music.”
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