Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1672: Composer Francesco Antonio Bonporti was born.
1864: Composer, conductor and musician Richard Georg Strauss was born.
1940: The Ink Spots recorded “Maybe.”
1966: Janis Joplin debuted on stage at the Avalon ballroom in San Francisco.
1978: The Rolling Stones released “Some Girls.”
1993: The Ike and Tina Turner film biography “What’s Love Got To Do With It” opened.
1996: A Metallica concert at a small club in San Francisco was broadcast live via the Internet.
1998: Amazon.com expanded its product line from books only to compact discs as well.
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