Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1851: Composer Paul-Marie-Theodore-Vincent D’Indy was born.
1927: Composer Mstislav Leopold Rostropovich was born.
1950: Jazz pianist, Erroll Garner became one of the first jazz instrumentalists to give a solo concert. In 1954, he wrote the song “Misty.”
1967: The Young Rascals recorded “Groovin’.”
1973: “Rolling Stone” reported that Carlos Santana had changed his name to “Devadip.”
1981: AC/DC released “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” in the U.S. It had been released in Australia in 1976.
1986: Sammy Hagar played his first show as lead singer of Van Halen.
1991: Donnie Wahlberg of The New Kids on the Block was arrested in Louisville, KY, for first-degree arson. He allegedly poured vodka on a hotel carpet and set it on fire.
1998: Construction began on Alice Cooper’s new Coopers’town Restaurant in Phoenix, AZ.
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