Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1791: Composer Jan Vaclav Hugo Vorisek was born.
1957: Buddy Holly and the Crickets auditioned for “Arthur Godfrey’s Talend Scouts” and were rejected.
1965: Liza Minnelli opened in “Flora the Red Menace.”
1967: The ABC-TV special “Rodgers & Hart Today” aired. It starred Bobby Darin, the Supremes, Petula Clark and the Mamas & the Papas.
1972: John Lennon appeared on the “Dick Cavett” TV show and said that the FBI had tapped his phone.
1974: Robert Plant and Elvis Presley did an impromptu version of “Love Me” when they met after a concert by Presley.
1990: Ritchie Valens was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame posthumously.
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