Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1893: Composer Sir Eugene Goossens was born.
1965: The Rolling Stones appeared on “Shindig!” along with Jackie De Shannon, Sonny and Cher and Jimmy Rodgers.
1974: In London, 1,000 people needed medical treatment and a 14 year old girl died when a crowd lost control at a David Cassidy concert.
1987: Jill Jones’ self-titled debut album was released.
1994: Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley were married in the Dominican Republic. They were divorced in January of 1996.
1998: The Coca-Cola jingle by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy was aired.
1999: It was announced that the Backstreet Boys album “Millennium” had sold 1.13 million units in its first week of release.
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