Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1957: American Bandstand made its network debut on ABC-TV. The show was hosted by Dick Clark. Until this day the show had been a local show in Philadelphia since 1952.
1975: Stevie Wonder signed a $13 million contract to cover seven years. The contract was the largest contract in the recording industry at the time.
1980: The Osmonds split up.
1986: Lionel Richie released the album “Dancing on the Ceiling.”
1992: Jeff Porcaro (Toto) died of cardiac arrest at age 38. He was spraying insecticide in his yard and developed an allergic reaction that triggered the heart attack.
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