Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1786: The Mozart opera “The Marriage of Figaro” premiered in Vienna.
1931: Kate Smith began her radio career on CBS.
1965: The Supremes’ “Back In My Arms Again” was released.
1969: Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash taped a TV special at the Grand Ol’ Opry in Nashville, TN.
1970: Elton John and lyricist Bernie Taupin combined for the first time on Eltons first American album “Elton John”.
1972: Paul Simon released his self-titled solo debut album.
1973: “Marvin Gaye Day” was declared in Washington, DC.
1977: The Clash started their first tour, “White Riot,” at the U.K. at London’s Roxy Theater.
1984: Mick Fleetwood filed for bankruptcy in the U.S.
1998: Garth Brooks announced that the 4 millionth ticket had been purchased to his current world tour.
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