Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1843: Composer Heinrich von Herzogenberg was born.
1964: Capitol Records released the Beatles’ single “A Hard Days Night” and the album of the same name.
1967: Stevie Wonder’s “I Was Made To Love Her” was released.
1977: Joe Strummer and Topper Headon of The Clash were arrested for painting the band’s name on a wall in London.
1981: Andy Gibb opened in the role of Frederic in a Los Angeles production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance.”
1990: Two members of 2 Live Crew were arrested in Hollywood, FL, on obscenity charges. The album had been judged as obscene by a federal judge.
1998: Steve Sanders (Oak Ridge Boys) was found dead at the age of 45. He had apparently died of a self-inflicted gun shot wound.
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