Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1745: Composer Johann Peter Saloman was born.
1791: Composer Carl Czerny was born.
1940: Larry Clinton and his orchestra recorded “Limehouse Blues”.
1964: The Beach Boys recorded “Don’t Worry Baby”.
1969: The X-rated film “Candy” premiered. It was Ringo Starr’s first non-musical role in a film.
1974: Cher filed for separation from husband Sonny Bono. She filed for divorce not long afterwards. They had been married for 10 years.
1982: Singer Pat Benatar married musician-producer Neil Geraldo in Hawaii. It was Benatar’s second marriage.
1996: Rapper Snoop Doggy Dogg and a bodyguard were found not guilty of first-degree murder. The jury was deadlocked on voluntary manslaughter charges resulting in a mistrial.
1998: The first of two concerts honoring the late Nicolette Larson was held.
2002: In Los Angeles, CA, a jury awarded a woman $40,000 for wrongful termination from James Brown’s company in 1999. The woman had also claimed that she had been sexually harassed.
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