Today in Music History
Today in music history. – this is what really interesting stuff happened on today’s date in music history for October 13.
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What happened today in music history:
1903: “Babes in Toyland” debuted in New York City, NY.
1957: Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra introduced the Ford Edsel on an hour long special.
1967: Pat Boone, the owner of the Oakland Oaks, sang the national anthem at the first game of the new American Basketball Association.
1971: Bing Crosby, part owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates, threw out the first ball in Game 4 of the World Series between the Pirates and the Orioles.
1980: AC/DC’s “Back in Black” went platinum.
1992: The U.S. Supreme Court decides not to reinstate lawsuits against Ozzy Osbourne alleging that his music prompted the suicide of two teenagers.
1998: The Crossroads Centre of Antigua opened. The center was underwritten by Eric Clapton with the promise that no one will be turned away that needs treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.
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