Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1818: Composer Charles Francois Gounod was born.
1902: Composer Sammy Fain was born.
1967: Moby Grape released 5 singles simultaneously on CBS Records.
1969: Charles Mingus came out of a two-year, self-imposed retirement to make a concert appearance at the Village Vanguard in New York City.
1977: Steve Winwood released his first solo album, “Steve Winwood.”
1995: Rod Stewart set an attendance record for Wembley Stadium with a concert crowd of 90,000.
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