Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1697: Composer Jean Marie I’aine Leclair was born.
1940: Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra recorded “Perfidia.”
1965: The Rolling Stones produced their very first recordings when they recorded “Come On” and “I Wanna Be Loved” from the album “Out of Our Heads.”
1969: The Turtles and the Temptations played the White House upon the request of Tricia Nixon. Mark Volman fell off the stage 5 times.
1975: Stevie Wonder and his band Wonderlove played for 125,000 people at the Washington Monument as part of Human Kindness Day.
1983: Metallica began recording the album “Kill ‘Em All” in New York. They finished on May 27, 1983.
1986: Tommy Lee (Motley Crue) and Heather Locklear were married.
1994: Tupac Shakur began serving a 15-day county jail term for attacking director Allen Hughes on a video set.
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