Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1833: Composer Alexander Porfirievich Borodin was born.
1967: Jerry Lee Lewis records “To Make Love Sweeter for You.”
1979: Marty Balin’s, of Jefferson Starship, rock opera “Rock Justice” opens a four-day run at San Francisco’s Old Waldorf night club.
1987: Sly Stone is arrested for nonpayment of child support when he arrives an hour late for his “comeback” concert in LA.
1990: Ron Wood, of the Rolling Stones, was injured when he was struck by a car near London.
1996: The album “Evita: The Complete Motion Picture Music Soundtrack” was released.
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