Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1962: The Elvis Presley film “Kid Galahad” premiered.
1966: In San Francisco, CA, the Rolling Stones performed their last U.S. concert with Brian Jones.
1969: Neil Young made his first appearance with Crosby, Stills and Nash.
1971: The Beach Boys released their album “Surf’s Up.”
1980: KISS introduced their new drummer, Eric Carr, at a concert at the Paladium in New York City.
1990: Rosanne Barr sang the National Anthem in San Diego before a Padres baseball game. She was booed for her performance.
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